Wikipedia article

Thanks to young activists from Sarajevo, and especially Azra Čaušević, my biography is on Wikipedia. Adela Jusic (Adela Jušić, born October 20, 1982) is a contemporary visual artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1][2] She was born in Sarajevo. She is known for her socially engaged art on the subject of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina[3][4] and the role of partisan …

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Oslobođenje – Maja Abadžija

Glas i muzika, narativ i historija 16.08.2018. Savremena bosanskohercegovačka vizuelna umjetnica Adela Jušić nedavno je u sklopu edukativno-kulturnog programa British Councila održala predavanje u Historijskom muzeju Bosne i Hercegovine. Govorila je o narativu i zvuku u savremenoj umjetnosti i predstavila je svoj rad “Priče za laku noć”, nastao u saradnji sa Lanom Čmajčanin, koji u …

O sveopćoj entropiji značenja

Tijekom ljetnih se mjeseci mnogo događaja iz područja umjetnosti i kulture “seli” na obalu i otoke, a jedan od dugovječnijih godišnjih događanja je i Almissa Open Art festival, kojeg već devet godina organizira i vodi umjetnik Vice Tomasović. Ove je godine festival, čija je misija dovođenje najrecentnijih kulturno-umjetničkih praksi u Omiš, održan od 9. do 14. kolovoza na javnim gradskim …

Shut up, please! – Almissa Open Art Festival

Curated by Siniša Labrović August 09th - 15th Omiš, Croatia 9.8. / 21 sat / Gradski muzej Omiš (City museum) / Antun Maračić (izložba / exhibition) 10.8. / 11 - 13 sati / Trg Svetog Mihovila / Dino Bićanić (performans / performance art) / 21 sat / Stari grad / Ana Kuzmanić (umjetnička intervencija / …

An Artists Workshop: The artist in post conflict societies.

June 25th 2018 10am – 16.30pm History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo It is being undertaken as part of Art and Reconciliation, an AHRC funded research project. ‘Art and Reconciliation: Conflict, Culture and Community’ is an innovative collaboration between  King’s College London, the London School of Economics and the University of the Arts in London that …

Women‘s Antifascist Front – Kaja Kraner

In her work, Jušić has critically addressed the WAF heritage and its position; despite the fact that WAF was the largest women’s organization in SFRY and that, in the period of war mobilization, it received significant political support and promises to implement a process of systematically solving the issue of women’s inequality, life after the war …

Commission of Artwork for Art & Reconciliation: Conflict, Culture and Community

Bedtime Stories in collaboration with Lana Čmajčanin was commissioned for Art & Reconciliation: Conflict, Culture and Community research project, launched by History Museum of Bosnia Herzegovina, in collaboration with the University of Arts in London. The commission will be undertaken during the period February to May 2018, with the intention of exhibiting the final artwork in …