Rdeči revirji! - Red Beats! Festival
|Festival Rdeči revirji!|
|Organised by||Vitkar Institute|
|Festival dates||28.5.2015 - 6.6.2015|
26.5.2016 - 4.6.2016
25.5.2017 - 3.6.2017
25.5.2018 - 10.6.2018
23.5.2019 - 2.6.2019
21.5.2020 - 24.5.2020
28.5.2020 - 31.5.2020
|Metelkova 6, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 283 8341, 386 (0) 41 905208|
|Branko Potočan, Artistic Director|
|Mojca Ulaga, Coordinator|
|Phone||386 (0) 41 380 594|
The name of the festival comes from an old name for the region, which used to be one of the strongholds of the worker's rights movement. Rdeči revirji was also the name for the famous artworks by Irwin and Laibach, who also come from that region.
Partner organisations and co-producers
Organised by Vitkar Institute and led by the dancer and choreographer , the festival is co-produced by Delavski dom Trbovlje Cultural Centre, Delavski dom Zagorje Cultural Centre, the Cultural and Recreational Center Hrastnik and the the local youth centres.
Frequently involved are producers like Strip Core, the Aksioma Institute, the Emanat Institute, the Flota Institute, the Priden Možic Cultural Association, Via Negativa and the Bunker Institute. One can mention a recent collaboration with the Lighting Guerrilla Festival, which formed some of its pre-programme as a part of Rdeči revirji! and brought artists like , Aleksandra Stratimirović (RS) and .
The festival encompasses an international cast of art practitioners of dancing, theatre and street theatre shows, contemporary circus, puppet shows, site-specific urban space interventions, story-telling evenings and concerts (of music as diverse as noise and wind orchestra marches). There are also visual arts exhibitions, art video and film screenings, workshops of all kinds and regularly also old mining shaft expeditions.
The festival has thus far hosted works by Betontanc, , Alexander Gottfarb (AT), Rozinteater, , and Ryuzo Fukuhara from the performing arts field; Konj Puppet Theatre and Ratatuya (Croatia) from the area of puppetry; the music acts Katsunori Takayama, Silence, Kombinat Choir, Fckn'Bstrds (NL) and Slon in sadež; and his spatial installations; visual artists Kiyotaka Yoshimitsu and ; and many others.