A symposium toward a politics of ecology in contemporary art, departing from Guattari's concept of 'ecosophy'.
Weaving Europe / Weaving Balkans critically examines topics related to weaving, a craft associated with the history of Epirus and Balkans.
‘Sonic Minds: Mnemonic Passages’ is an immaterial, walking sound exhibition that examines the concept of memory in relation to sound.
Mekeio is hosting the interactive performance of Lotus Eaters “Resetting Homeland” (2017), in the dorm rooms of the School. Viewers wear headphones lying on the beds, where hundreds of young women where lying every night for nearly a century, finding a
Soundtrope Festival will present a set of cultural events related to the intangible cultural heritage of the Western Balkans and in particular the Polyphonic Song, one of the most interesting musical forms in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans, as
Museum Day, which will tackle the same theme as the ICOM General Conference Kyoto 2019, will kick off the global conversation on the role of museums as cultural hubs and the future of tradition.