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A Discussion panel on feminist movements. Fjolla Hajrizaj Translated by Vesa Prapashtica   FemArt always has one way or another to readdress the issue of feminism and social equity. A panel discussion on “Feminist Movements” brought together women activists (feminists) from Serbia, Albania and Kosovo to discuss and mutually support each other. Adrijana Zaharijevic, Luljeta […]

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FemArt has yet again dazzled the citizens of Prishtina with a mural showing how women face obstacles every day and continue to conquer, a true picture of a goddess. Besides the many panels, exhibitions, shows and concerts, the Femart staff decided to spice things up a little and add its own mark on the festival. […]

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The audience moved everywhere while having their attention directed in every corner of the room. A girl dressed in white was lying on the floor ripping her clothes off, and a melancholic song accompanied her actions. In the middle of the room a girl dressed in black colored sometimes with white and sometimes with red […]

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Have you ever heard of Masala Bhangra? No? Well then, prepare to be amazed. Masala Bhangra is an Indian-based dance workout which helps people of all ages to stay fit or lose weight. Not only does it promote a healthy lifestyle, it is insanely fun!  “Masala” means spicy in Hindi, and “Bhangra” is a traditional […]

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At FemArt there is always an opportunity to hear stories from the most inspirational of feminist women who decide nothing before the cause for which they have been long work for. Today’s panel gathered feminists from Germany and Kosova in Prishtina’s Oda Theatre. Erika Hugel, an African-American, talked about her experience and how it wasn’t […]

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Night of May 30 was special for FemArt for several reasons, one of them was the participation of Akua Naru hip-hop artist, also known as poet and feminist, from the US. Her concert was held at the Red Hall at the Palace of Youth, Culture and Sports, starting from 21:00. Under the accompaniment of colorful […]

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Writing: Fjolla Hajrizaj Women, girls, men, young children gathered once again by a FemArt activity. Girls raise their voices! They have decided not to keep silent. Lying on the ground and covered with a black curtain on the City Square of Pristina, 6 girls gave an awareness message. Daniela Markaj, Diana Markaj, Halime Bici, Qëndresa […]

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Fjolla Hajrizaj Translated by Vesa Prapashtica   The Kings and Queens Concert of the Sparkly in the Cloud group from England and France brought glamor, liveliness and dynamics to the Hamam Bar in Prishtina last night. Under the sound of the guitar and the harmony of the voices of the two singers the audience was […]

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“Young People for peace and activism”, held on the 30th of may was the closing panel of FemArt. Stina Manguson-Bluur from Sweden, together with Nita Zogiani moderated the discussion, part of which were Vladimir Filić – KS, Hanumshahe Dalipi – KS and Fjolla Vukshinaj. The discussion consisted of the role of the organization “Kvinna till […]

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On the last day, like almost every other day, girls were selected for the theatrical performance, among the most unique and the most restrictive of FemArt, because everything that was happening there had to remain there. The performance “Daughters” by Jillian Greenhalgh is part of the Magdalena project. The women selected to tell their stories […]

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Prishtina – Theater Dodona, May 29, time: 20:00 The “Barbara” theater play by director Elhame Kutllovci, played by the actors Qëndresa Kajtazi and Edlir Gashi, is like a call from the past that has remained at the darkest of the minds. It is about the difficult chapter of rape, of women and men during the […]

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