Women and museums
Speakers: Sarita Vujković, Museum of Modern Arts of Republika Srpska
Zlatan Delić, Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of B&H
Aida Salketić, Cultural Heritage without Borders (CHwB)
Moderator: Aida Kalender, Action for culture
Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of BiH
Sime Milutinovića Sarajlije 7, Sarajevo
2 December 2015, 18:00
Sarajevo Open Centre, in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, continues with the lectures within the third cycle of lectures and feminist discussions Somebody said feminism. The eight and the last lecture within the III cycle, titled Women and Museums will be held on Wednesday, 2 December this year at the Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, starting at 6 P.M.
The speakers will be Sarita Vujković, Museum of Modern Arts of Republika Srpska; Zlatan Delić, Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Aida Salketić, Cultural Heritage without Borders (CHwB), and the moderator of the discussions will be Aida Kalender, Action for culture.
We use this occasion to, by conducting feminist discussions, open a question whether the museums are practicing systematic violence against women in Bosnia and Herzegovina; what stands behind that symbolic violence, if any of it exists, as well as to articulate the need for an on-line women’s museum.
The same day, we are promoting the second edition of the book that fights against the violence of oblivion, named – “Women Documented. Women and Public Life in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 20th Century”. It has been more than a year since the book “Women Documented” has been out. Many people, directly or indirectly associated to the book, contacted us – praising our work or benevolently criticizing it. In the meantime, the authors of certain chapters came to new data. All the participants who join this event will receive a copy of the revised edition of the book.
The implementation of this activity is supported by Swedish government through The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and Friedrich Ebert Foundation B&H.
More about the third cycle you can find here, and more about every lecture and discussion from the first and second cycle you can find following this link.
The illustrations that follow all the announcements of the lectures and the discussions are made by the young Sarajevo artist Sunita Fišić. Her works are available on the Facebook page Sunita Fisic Illustration.