The Foundation for Arts Initiatives | Grant Support

Announcement | Received grant award from The Foundation for Arts Initiatives

Press to Exit Project Space is honored to announce that the program activities for 2020 will be realised with the generous support by The Foundation for Arts Initiatives. In recognition of its ongoing importance, Press To Exit has been awarded a one-time emergency grant for general operating support during this unprecedented global crisis.

Hey, what do we have to lose? The Artistic Process between Activism and Archival

Exhibition | Hey, what do we have to lose? The Artistic Process between Activism and Archival | organised by press to exit project space as part of the  European project Collective Domain of Cultural Memory (CDCM) | July, 2020

The exhibition "Hey, what do we have to lose? The Artistic Process between Activism and Archival" is the final program component of the annual curated program" (Un) Disciplined: Building an Archive ", produced by the Press to Exit Project Space in the context of the international project" Collective Domain of Cultural Memory ".

Persistent Traces from Heritage to Come

Publication | Persistent Traces from Heritage to Come | as part of European project Collective Domain of Cultural Memory (CDCM) |  Published by Suns and Stars, Amsterdam, Netherlands 20 May, 2020

Printed before completing the project Collective Domain of Cultural Memory (CDCM) the book “Persistent Traces from Heritage to Come” is not a conclusion. Instead, it is a trajectory, a dendritic trail through the artistic practices and methods that were involved in the process of its becoming.

"Persistent Traces from Heritage to Come" presents the unsettled ideas and explorations of the founders and curators of Press to Exit Project Space: Yane Calovski, Loose Associations: Natasa Bodrozic, and Suns & Stars: Marjoca de Greef and Anastasija Pandilovska, which arose in the process of the becoming of the CDCM project.

In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo

Activities | Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska | Online Symposium In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo organised by Suns & Stars, Amsterdam |  European project Collective Domain of Cultural Memory (CDCM) | 1-3 May, 2020

The three-day symposium which was due to take place from May 1 to May 3, 2020, would have examined artistic affiliations with heritage in a European context through a lively exchange of all kinds of understandings, perceptions, and experiences. The main feature of our symposium was to be interconnection and cooperation: “to allow for various practices from the cultural domain to touch each other and to move from their own fields of interests.”

ANALYSIS of the results of the survey "The effect of COVID-19 on the life and work of artists and cultural workers"

External activities | ANALYSIS of the results of the survey "The effect of COVID-19 on the life and work of artists and cultural workers" conducted by JADRO on the emergency situation regarding the effect of the pandemic on the life and work of artists and cultural workers from the independent cultural scene in the Republic of North Macedonia 
 
Analysis Introduction 
 
In order to collect data and provide insight into the damage suffered by artists and cultural workers on the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia from the period of introduction of measures for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, JADRO Association prepared the survey "The Effect of COVID-19 on the Life and Work of Artists and Cultural Workers". The survey was adapted from a questionnaire conducted by the Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia (NKSS) on the territory of the Republic of Serbia that was taken by Culture Venture and Toni Attarda (www.cultureventure.org) and adapted in accordance with the Creative Commons License.