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Become a Member of ERIAC – 4th call for members is open!

Join ERIAC and be part of the vibrant community of the European Roma arts and culture scene by filling in the online application form.   ERIAC is a membership-based organization, bringing together Roma and non-Roma individuals and organizations, with relevant and demonstrated competencies and experience in the field of arts and culture and who are...

Conference | Roma Youth: Together for Emancipation and Empowerment

The role of history in the participation and inclusion of Roma young people In the framework of the programme of the German Presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe   Online conference and public event 7-8-9 April 2021 on the occasion of International Roma Day and the 50th anniversary of the First...

FAMILY ARCHIVES exhibition

This week, we feature the Family Archives exhibition, currently on view at ERIAC Art Space Berlin, adapted from the exhibition originally curated within Diaspora Europe at the Volksbühne Berlin in December 2020. The Family Archives exhibition is a subjective counterpoint to research into the public and institutional archives. This research is carried out with the participation of European...

ERIAC develops visual identity for the 50th Anniversary of the First World Roma Congress

ERIAC works with a broad network of Roma grassroots organizations and partner Roma-led organizations to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the First World Roma Congress. As a way of coming together, ERIAC developed a joint visual identity to brand the worldwide commemorative activities. We invite universal participation by using and sharing the identity by Roma...

Claiming the Past by Occupying Contemporary Spaces and Minds

Long gone are the times When Roma wandered around, But I still see them. They are like running water Always running away […] (Papusza: Water that always wanders)[1]  I think I became a feminist the moment I started to defend my mother and aunts from the violence they suffered. I have learned that I am...

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: “Hate speech and Antigypsyism in the Media”

    Hate speech remains a global phenomenon which disproportionately affects Sinti and Roma around Europe and the world. Both in the traditional media outlets as well as online, in particular on social media, Sinti and Roma are victims of discriminatory and hateful discourses, misinformation, misrepresentation and fake news, all considered as manifestations of antigypsyism....

OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: REF SERBIA-ERIAC INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS REF SERBIA-ERIAC INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Five fully-funded Internship positions at the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) Starting date:                          April 1 2021 End date:                                 August 15th 2021 Application deadline:              March 8th 2021   The European Roma...

Alliances and Solidarities: On the Evolution and Reception of my Naked Life Performance Series (2004-16)

Taking as its point of departure research from the United Nations Human Rights Commission’s reports on violent deportations of Roma from the European Union, my project, Naked Life (2004-16) addresses the fate of Balkan, German, Scandinavian, Scottish, Irish and British Roma, Sinti, Gypsy and Traveller populations. In this framework, I produced a number of multimedia...

International Conference “From Slavery to Movement and Policies”

International Conference “From Slavery to Movement and Policies” The Roma Education Fund, the Civic Platform Aresel, Roma Entrepreneurship Development Initiative – REDI and European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture – ERIAC are inviting you to an international conference titled „𝗙𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝗦𝗹𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗿𝘆 𝘁𝗼 𝗠𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗣𝗼𝗹𝗶𝗰𝗶𝗲𝘀”, which is scheduled to kick-off on February the 20th,...

Critical Reflection on the RomaMoMA Initiative

This critical reflection comprises a subjective questioning and mind-mapping woven into the analysis of the Sostar Collective’s video, entitled Rewritable Pictures, in which the author attempts to translate the issues raised by critical contemporary art into thinking about the institutional possibilities of a future imagined Roma museum. The following text is a succinct reflection of...