Plotki Release Party! And more…


Plotki proudly invites you to join our Party track.
Plotki Number 6: Voluntary with a special feature on Romania.

RELEASE WROCLAW:
Friday, 4. June 2004
Café Kalambur
ul. Kuznicza 29

19.00 Short-Cuts from around the bloc: Best of Plotki # 6 – Reading
20.00 International Poetry Slam
Afterwards Party

RELEASE in NOWHERE:
Saturday, 5. June 2004

Train IC 240 Wroclaw 12.37 – Berlin 18.46
Plotki Travel Reading in train compartments and train stations.

RELEASE BERLIN:
Saturday, 5. June 2004
Salon Tbilisi, 20.30, 3 Euro
Torstrasse 164

Ru.Mania:
Short-Cuts from around the bloc: Best of Plotki # 6 – Reading
Plotki Photo exhibition: Romania and
‘Voluntary in Germany’ – Asylum seekers’ regards
‘Plotki goes Romania’: Summer-Films-Screening

Ru.Music:
Laura Kopecká and Jakub Snopek (shansons and songs from aroud the bloc, Praha)
Banda Ioniza (Gypsy Rock from Romania)
Broteinheit (Elektrorock from Berlin)
DJ Jonas (Electro-Music from Hamburg)

For further information: info(at)plotki.net

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and more…

International ConferenceTHE POST-COMMUNIST CONDITION
Art and Culture After the Fall of the Eastern Block

THURSDAY 10. – SATURDAY 12. JUNE 2004
Das Moskau, Karl-Marx-Allee 34, Berlin

The current state of eastern Europe is generally described as a transition from state socialism to the western brand of capitalism. How can this transition be interpreted? As a belated continuation of the bourgeois revolutions of the 19th century? As a counter-revolution that takes those countries that once overcame capitalism back to capitalist conditions?
The conference strives to offer artists and intellectuals from East and West the opportunity to become familiar with the cultural situation after the end of the Cold War by means of presentations, speeches, discussions.

Further information: www.postcommunist.de

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The 1st Prague INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL
16-22 May 2004

The Prague International Poetry Festival satisfies a long-standing need in Prague for a major literary event with an organic Prague-base, focusing on local and regional poets, as well as poets from as far afield as India, Australia, Singapore, and the United States. The Festival has an entirely Prague-based organisation, with an international orientation. The purpose of the festival is to foster cultural exchange between writers, editors, publishers and institutions beyond the mere spectacle of a “literary show”. The Festival invites a broad participation by all those concerned with the state of contemporary poetry.

Further programme details can be found at www.geocities.com/praguepoetryfestival

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