WOMCOM Exhibition at OHOHO Festival in Zagreb, Croatia

Date: September 21st to 24th, 2023
Venue: AKC Medika
Admission: Free

From September 21st to 24th, Women Power in Comics (WOMCOM) will be in Zagreb, Croatia, to participate in the 10th edition of the OHOHO Festival of Comics and Street Art. This event is organised by WOMCOM’s partner Autonomous Cultural Center Attack alongside artists Lea Kralj Jager, Marko Dješka, and Antonija Bačić. The OHOHO Festival serves as a space for creativity, creation, discussion, and the exchange of contemporary comics and street art, particularly by artists who create underground and alternative art based on DIY poetics.

The WOMCOM travelling exhibition will be featured at Infoshop Pippilotta as part of the 10th OHOHO Festival, showcasing works created during the first two residencies of the project held in Novi Sad, Serbia, and Budapest, Hungary.

Participating artists:
Anna Júlia Benczédi (RO/HU), Sara Dervanović (MNE), Silva Dervanović (MNE), Laura Érsek (HU), Ivana Geček (CRO), Dora Ivković (HR), Georgia Kalogeropoulou (GR), Dora Kaštrun (SLO), Helena Klakočar-Vukšić (CRO), Petja Kolenko (SLO), Vagelis Kolotsios (GR), Anamarija Kvas (CRO), Lenke Lamm (HU), Staša Miladinović (RS), Larisa Ackov Palić (RS), Katarina Šeme (SLO), Teodora Tintor (HR), Tamara Tóbiás (HU), Jovana Vukovic (RS).

More info about the OHOHO festival here.

Women Power in Comics (WOMCOM) is a collaborative initiative involving organisations in six Balkan countries: Students’ Cultural Center Novi Sad in Novi Sad, Serbia, as lead partner; Bakelit Multi Art Center in Budapest, Hungary; Kino Šiška in Ljubljana, Slovenia; PostScriptum in Athens, Greece; Autonomous Cultural Center Attack in Zagreb, Croatia, along with the Association for Comic Affirmation in Budva, Montenegro, as an associate partner. This two-year programme (2023-2024) aims to foster collaboration and engagement among comic artists with the goal of investigating and addressing gender issues in comics as well as empowering female comic artists through residencies, exhibitions, and conferences.

Women Power in Comics is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Commission.

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