Radio platform at the 20th anniversary of Performa festival
The festival of performance art in Maribor has a long tradition: the first festival with the title Sen žice (Dreamwire) took place in 1993 under Beno Artnak, followed by four editions of Multicultural Week. In 2000, Tomaž Brenk took over the management of the festival, held for the first time as Performa. Performa was conceived as a different, bold festival of contemporary performing arts that focused on addressing home audiences through the prism of unconventional, for many even shocking
multimedia and performing approaches and forms. Performa broke new ground in being different and, with its concept, provoked the emergence of similar festivals in Maribor and its immediate surroundings.
Guests: Beno Artnak, Mojca Kasjak, Jasmina Založnik
Moderated by: Simona Kopinšek
Produced by: Youth Cultural Centre Maribor and Plesna Izba Maribor in collaboration with Radio Maribor
Radio Maribor (Pohorje 93,1 MHz, Boč 90,4 MHz, Ožbalt 87,7 MHz, Trbonje 93,8 MHz)
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