Izvještaj AFŽ-a BiH o ispunjenju prvog “Petogodišnjeg plana” / Antifascists Front of Women of Bosnia and Herzegovina – report on the execution of the first “Five year plan”, lecture by Andreja Dugandžić and Adela Jušić

Adela Jušić i Andreja Dugandžić

Fourth Series of Lectures
SOMEBODY SAID FEMINISM?
March-November 2016

Sarajevo Open Centre and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina will organize 6 lectures in 2016, which will cover the following topics: Antifascist Women’s Front Archive BiH, ideology and language, challenges facing feminism today, feminist critique of political economy, the relationship between religion and feminism and reproductive rights.

Topic: The Antifascist Front of Women of Bosnia and Herzegovina – report on the execution of the first Five-year plan
15 March 2016 (Tuesday) 6 p.m.
Lecturers: Adela Jušić and Andreja Dugandžić (CRVENA)
Place: Historical Museum BiH, Zmaja od Bosne 5

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We want to invite you to the 4th series of feminist lectures and talks Somebody said feminism? In the first lecture Andreja Dugandžić and Adela Jušić (Association for Culture and Art CRVENA) will speak about the online Archive of antifascist struggle of women of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Yugoslavia (www.afzarhiv.org), which is a part of the program “What has our struggle given us?”. After looking into the Archive, with a special focus on documentation of correspondence between the local divisions of AFŽ BiH (1942-1950) they will discuss the structure and the inner-workings of the Antifascist Women’s Front, the ideology and the narrative of the organization, and the social and political circumstances that brought about its formal disbanding. Several artworks on wartime and post-war Yugoslav women’s activism will also be presented, which will furthermore serve to suggest the possibility of using the Archive to produce new content and knowledge. Finally, they will discuss the contemporary configuration of the women’s movement in BiH in relation to AFŽ and the way in which we are organized around the key socio-political questions.

Andreja Dugandžić lives and works in Sarajevo. She is a member of the Association for Culture and Art CRVENA where she coordinates the program “Šta je nama naša borba dala?” (What did our struggle bring us?), which aims to develop an online Archive of BiH and Yugoslav women’s antifascist fight. She has been a dedicated and an active advocate for feminism and she is a cultural worker, an artist and an activist. Andreja is a performer/writer in the musical duo Black Water and her Daughter.

Adela Jušić was born in 1982 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she still lives and works. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo in 2007 and in 2013 she received a Masters Degree from the Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna in Human Rights and Democracy in Eastern Europe. Her work was displayed at various international exhibitions, including: Frestas – Triennual Art, Sorocaba, Sao Paolo, Manifest 8, Murcia, Videonale Kunstmuseum Bonn; Image Counter Image, Haus der Kunst, Munich; Ja više nikada neću pričati o ratu, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, etc. She participated in several residential programs for artists (ISCP, ISCP, New York, Kulturkontakt Vienna, etc.) and she is a winner of the YVAA 2010 Award, Henkel Young Artist Price CEE 2011 and the Special Award of the October salon 2013.

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Četvrti ciklus predavanja
NEKO JE REKAO FEMINIZAM?
mart-novembar 2016. godine

Sarajevski otvoreni centar i Fondacija Friedrich Ebert u Bosni i Hercegovini u 2016. godini organizuju 6 predavanja, čije će teme biti vezane za arhiv Antifašističkog fronta žena BiH, ideologiju i jezik, izazove feminizma danas, za feminističku kritiku političke ekonomije, odnos religije i feminizma, reproduktivna prava žena.

Tema: Izvještaj AFŽ-a BiH o ispunjenju prvog Petogodišnjeg plana
15.mart 2016. godine (utorak)18h
Predavačice: Adela Jušić i Andreja Dugandžić (CRVENA)
Mjesto: Historijski muzej BiH, Zmaja od Bosne 5

Pozivamo vas na prvo predavanja, četvrtog ciklusa predavanja Neko je rekao feminizam?, na temu online Arhiva antifašističke borbe žena Bosne i Hercegovine i Jugoslavije (www.afzarhiv.org), o kojoj će govoriti Andreja Dugandžić i Adela Jušić (Udruženje za kulturu i umjetnost CRVENA), na čijem razvoju rade u okviru programa Šta je nama naša borba dala?.  Nakon uvida u sadržaj Arhiva, a kroz poseban osvrt na dokumente korespodencije različitih lokalnih organizacija AFŽ-a Bosne i Hercegovine (1942-1950), biće riječi o strukturi i načinu rada Antifašističkog fronta žena, o ideologiji i narativu pokreta, te društveno-političkim okolnostima koje su dovele do njegovog formalnog ukidanja. Također, biti će predstavljeno i nekoliko umjetničkih radova koji tematiziraju ratne i postratne aktivnosti žena Jugoslavije, prilikom čega će se govoriti o mogućnostima upotrebe Arhive za proizvodnju novih sadržaja i znanja. Na kraju, a u odnosu na rad Antifašističkog fronta žena, diskutirati će se suvremenoj konfiguraciji ženskog pokreta u Bosni i Hercegovini i načinima na koje smo organizirane oko suštinskih društveno-političkih pitanja.

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Andreja Dugandžić živi i radi u Sarajevu. Djelom je kolektiva Udruženja za kulturu i umjetnost CRVENA gdje je su-voditeljica programa „Šta je nama naša borba dala?“, koji radi na razvoju online Arhiva antifašističke borbe žena Bosne i Hercegovine i Jugoslavije. Više od deset godina predana je i aktivna u  zagovaranju i promicanju feminizma, kao kulturna radnica, umjetnica i aktivistkinja.  Andreja je izvođačica/tekstopiskinja u muzičkom duu, Black Water and her Daughter. 

Adela Jušić rođena je u Sarajevu, Bosna i Hercegovina, 1982, gdje živi i radi. Diplomirala je na Akademiji likovnih umjetnosti u Sarajevu 2007 i magistrirala Ljudska prava i demokratiju u Jugoistočnoj Evropi, Univerzitet u Sarajevi i Bologni 2013. Članica je i jedna od osnivačica Udruženja za kulturu i umjetnost CRVENA. Izlagala je na brojnim internacionalnim izložbama kao što su: Frestas – Trijenale umjetnosti, Sorocaba, Sao Paolo, Manifesta 8; Murcia, Videonale Kunstmuseum Bonn; Image Counter Image, Haus der Kunst, Munich; Ja više nikada neću pričati o ratu, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, itd. Bila je na nekoliko rezidencijalnih programa za umjetnike/ce (ISCP, New York, Kulturkontakt Vienna, itd.) i dobitnica je nagrade YVAA 2010, Henkel Young Artist Price CEE 2011 i Specijalne nagrade Oktobarskog salona 2013.