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Tania Arcimovich

Expert visit in Stockholm 14 – 19 September 2021


Tania Arcimovich is a researcher, curator, and art critic, based in Minsk, Belarus. She graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Arts in Minsk (Department History of Theatre) and received Master in Sociology (Cultural Studies) from the European Humanities University (Vilnius, Lithuania). Since 2009, she is an active member of the Belarusian cultural community. She is a member of the East European Performing Arts Platform.

In 2014 – 2015, she was awarded a fellowship from the AIR program, CCA Ujazdowski Castle (Poland) and Akademie Solitude (Germany). Since 2016, she has been teaching a course on modern theatre at the European Liberal Arts College in Minsk.

Since 2014, Arcimovich has been curating exhibitions, moderating discussions, and making cultural and educational projects (lectures, discussions, presentations) in collaboration with Goethe Institute in Minsk, Ў Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lohvinau publishing house, Month of Photography in Minsk, TEART Theatre festival, and others.

She is a founder of ziErnie Performative Arts Platform and an editor of pARTisan magazine. She is a curator of the Art Village Kaptaruny.

In collaboration with Market Art Fair, Stockholm and Project STATUS / Konstepidemin in Göteborg.

Project STATUS has since 2018 been working with artistic exchange between artists and organisations in Belarus and Sweden. Thematically, the project focuses on topics such as freedom of expression, LQBT, cultural heritage, equality and diversity. Project STATUS is supported by IASPIS and the Swedish Institute.

Artistic freedom in Belarus today
Talk with Tania Arcimovich and Aleksei Borisionok at Market Art Fair, Saturday 18 September 2021, 14:00–14:45.
Place: Liljevalchs+, Djurgårdsvägen 60, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden. Read more here >>
 

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