GOATMILK FESTIVAL 24-27 MAY FULL PROGRAM

24-27 MAY 2018
15.FESTIVAL OF MEMORIES GOATMILK

RETHINKING THE PERSONAL STORY

Why this became our big topic:
The GOATMILK Festival started in 2004 following a very clear and simple philosophy – many peoples’ voices are not considered important and needed as part of history – which brings Bulgaria and the world into a huge imbalance. Bela Rechka was our own attempt to create a safe place to collect, share and live with the personal stories of people. At the same time, today we all face the growing role of fake news, fake stories and fake emotional narratives in Bulgaria and around the globe. To an extend the personal story is so easily produced that even looks mistrustful, manipulated and non-authentic. Today, flooded with fake news and stories we all are threatened to meet each other either with indifference or with mistrust.
We foresee two important questions in the context of such disintegration – if we live in a world which no longer believes in a universal and shared foundation and if we lose the curiosity to discover the meaning in each private world – what holds us together and what moves us as humans, as a community?
How to keep our curiosity in discovering private worlds of others?
What should we rethink, re-examine, reconsider, re-evaluate?

COME TO BELA RECHKA TO TALK AND THINK TOGETHER!

The big surprise: with a balloon over Bela Rechka
 
Goatmilk celebrates its 15th birthday with a balloon adventure. The guests of the festival will have the opportunity to “fly” over the village and the Balkan mountain with a hot air balloon. Flight, secured or free, is based on Archimedes’ principle for buoyancy force. Due to the fact that the hot air is lighter than the cold the balloon rises to height.
 
The unforgettable experience – to see Bela Rechka and the beauty of the Balkan mountains from bird’s eye is organized by Evtim Stefanov and the Agency for Regional Development and Business Center – Vidin.

PROGRAM
24 MAY, THURSDAY

11.00
WHAT REVIVES US
with Sarah Przibylla, Ludger Bönsch (Germany )
Opening a space for talks and paintings in the abandoned house on Street 1
The space will be open during the whole festival

What are our inner powers that make our life worth living? What has an effect on us from the outside and how do places work in us?
Bela Rechka has been the home of many people for generations. Over time, many residents have left the village, the places of their lives have remained. Their houses are abandoned, inside there is no life left. This also manifests itself to the outside, houses and gardens that disintegrate in loneliness.
It is the same as in human beings: inner lifelessness is also reflected to the outside, as manifested in physical symptoms such as depression.

Come to the abandoned house on Street One – take your time there and make pictures of your life on the walls of the house.

Open on all festival days from 11.00 bis 18.00h..
Thursday 24.Mai, 11.00h: Opening and Introduction
Sunday, 27.Mai, 18.00h: Conclusion and Discovery tour

Ludger Bönsch is an art therapist in Cologne, Germany and leads different workshops at the GOATMILK Festival for the last 5 years. Sarah Przibylla is an architect, she was a volunteer 2017 in Bela Rechka and now returns for a second time.

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
12.00-14.00
EMBODIED STORIES
Agnieszka Ćwieląg (Polаnd)
Physical workshop


What would happen if we took a breath, if we could find the space and time to truly look, to listen deeply to our bodies as they are in this very moment? And if we could not only listen to our own bodies, but respect and honour the stories of the bodies of others?
What stories do our very beings have to tell? (Kate M. Brunner)

(Hi)stories of lives are imprinted on our bodies. Some of those storiLISPAes leave visible scars on the body, some others are deeply hidden inside it. We might forget those stories, repress them, but our body has a memory. Our body remembers. We live this physical life through our bodies. There are no stories without embodiment.

How can we access our hidden stories though movement ?
How movement can create a story?
How a meeting of other body and it’s story influences our own story?

During this workshop we will let our bodies speak for us. We will let it to tell our story. Our human history.

No prior experience in dance or movement is required. Please, bring comfortable cloths for moving. We will work in bare feet.

Agnieszka Ćwieląg is with the GOATMILK Festival from its very beginning 15 years ago. A psychology graduate, Ćwieląg also studied cinema studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Czech Republic) and physical theatre at The London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) in Berlin. Since 2013 she has been collaborating with The Studio Matejka – a physical theatre laboratory working under the auspices of the Grotowski Institute in Wroclaw, Poland. She is also a Detlef Kappert method Instructor of Dance Improvisation and Body Symbolism at the Institute of Dance and Movement Dynamics in Essen, Germany.

Blue hall

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
15.00 – 18.00
WORKSHOP FOR HAND TECHNIQUES: MANUAL COLORING OF FABRICS
With Galina Ivanova


Hands are a tool of mind and heart. Working with hands helps us get to know the materials and grounds us. When we learn a handheld technique, naturally follows the creative and emotional connection to the products we create. Therefore, handmade products, regardless of their character, move us.
The purpose of the workshop is to recall or learn some different hand techniques that would be useful to us in everyday life:
– Manual coloring using different techniques of folding, sewing, application, tying, etc. to achieve different types of designs;
– Manual knitting of baskets and knitting with corn leaves
Everyone will leave the workshop with the product he has made.
The materials will be provided on site. For the manual coloring workshop, a 90cm x 200cm cotton fabric will be prepared to work with. The price is 5lv / piece and will be paid locally according to the number of tissues you use. The fabric could be used for a cover, scarf, pan or your choice.

Galina Ivanova’s family roots are from Bela Rechka and her presence and work for the GOATMILK festival became part of its history. She is author of the GOATMILK logo (together with Paul van Zogl, Netherlands), designer and author of the project WHITE SHIRTS FROM BELA RECHKA and many others. She works as designer in her own studio YATRI in Sofia.

In the yard of the house of Galya&Diana

17.00 – 18.30
HOSPITALITY: QUESTIONING SUSPICION
An Experiential Writing Workshop
with Eireen Nealand and Megan Lueneburg (US)

As listeners we host each other’s stories. Recently, however, we have grown more suspicious, ceasing to listen to what lies on the surface of others words and instead peering into underlying structures in order to scrutinize the interests, strategies and power structures that lie beneath the stories we hear. Our scrutiny can be helpful – exposing structures like patriarchy or colonialism. Sometimes our questions even show a story has effectively said the opposite of what its words meant. This makes us feel accomplished and clever, yet all too often we use our questions to speak angrily back to stories and receive anger in response to our questions.
How can we learn to host stories in another mode?
This experiential writing workshop uses architecture to help us think about the stoppages and openings created by questions. Encountering stories hidden and revealed by bottles, hung with questions, pushed through grates, and opened by books, we invite participants to physically engage with the process of receiving and questioning stories, learning how to create stories that are hospitable to questions and questions that encourage stories because they are asked in a curious mode.
 
Eireen Nealand and Megan Lueneburg (both former Fullbright Fellows) come for the second time to the GOATMILK Festival. Last year they published the book “The Nest. Tales from Bela Rechka” with the stories and experiences from their stay in Bela Rechka 2015. Eireen Nealand came to Bulgaria for the first time in 1994 and this love never ends. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, where she writes fiction and translates Bulgarien prose and poetry. Megan Lueneburg came for the first time to Bulgaria with the US Peace Corps in 2009 and returned 2014 for am anthropoligical and architectural research. She currently lives in italy.

Outside at the veranda

18.00
THE PERSONAL STORY BEHIND PHOTOGRAPHY – images and associations
With Valeriy Postharov

Kirkovo
Juriy and his grandson
 
The humanist photographer Valeriy Postharov comes to provoke the festival of memories guests. What is the story of the people sealed by Valeriy’s lens? Take a postcard and write your interpretation on the back. Together we will compose texts on the photographs – interpretation through a fiction. We will make an installaiton in the days of the festival, and in the last night we will talk about the images and the associations they construct in our minds.
 
Valeriy Postharov is born in Dobrich, 1986. He graduated in plastic arts at La Sorbonne. He has more than 30 solo exhibitions in Bulgaria and abroad, founder of the first online platform for artworks in Bulgaria – cavalet.bg.
 

19.00 – 20.30
FESTIVAL OPENING
VOICES FROM BELA RECHKA – PERFORMANCE
With the participation of people from the village, volunteers, friends of Bela Rechka.
With the special participation of Emma Bonnici (singer, performer and actress from UK).
Big hall

21.00
FILM SCREENING AND TALK
MY MOTHER, A WAR AND ME

Germany, 2014,75 min
Documentary by Tamara Trampe
Big Hall

directors: Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt
camera: Johann Feindt


Tamara Trampe is one of the big names of German documentary cinema. She is a special guest at the GOATMILK festival after Goethe Institut Sofia organized for the first time a panorama of her films in Bulgaria April 2018.

A spectacular birth during the winter of 1942: A young Russian nurse is surprised by labor pains and has to give birth to her daughter Tamara in a field along the Volga, alone and in icy temperatures. In their most personal film to date, Tamara Trampe and Johann Feindt tell the story of the former’s family.
Tamara Trampe never met her father, a former Russian officer for the Red Army. The directors go to Ukraine and gradually a well composed, poetically commentated picture unfolds. Trampe’s memories merge with those of her mother – who draws sarcastic conclusions at times – and with those of relatives and former Red Army nurses, becoming the story of a whole war generation.

“In her mother’s twilight years, a family history is warm-heartedly and movingly reappraised and a chronicle of the 20th century emerges. World War II left behind mental scars in the Ukraine under which more than one generation are suffering even almost 70 years after the conflict ended.” (Berlinale 2014)

Tamara Trampe was born in Voronezh, Russia, in 1942. She studied German Literature at Rostock University. Till 1990 she worked as a dramatic advisor at DEFA Studio for Feature Films in Babelsberg. Since 1990, she works as an independent filmmaker, writer and dramatic advisor and teaches at film universities.


KIDS PROGRAM GOATMILK from “Yatoto (The Flock). The Freedom To Fly “


Creative writing workshop with Dragomir Ivanov and Workshop for stop-motion animation with Plamen Dimov
10:00 – 11:30
Creating characters with the kids talking about their favorite characters and creating our own.

17.00 – 18.30
“Let’s Start With A Story” – Workshop for children with Lina
This is a meeting that starts with a book album and continues with drawing, writing, puppetry, theater and talk about life.
Classroom YATOTO


25 MAY, FRIDAY

8.00 – 10.00
DISCOVERY TOUR – 15 KEY PLACES FOR THE GOATMILK FESTIVAL
What are the places in and around Bela Rechka that play a key role in the history of the festival? And why? A discovery tour where you will meet people, animals, sacred stones, signs – and experince Bela Rechka in a new way.

10.00-12.00
EMBODIED STORIES
Agnieszka Ćwieląg (Polаnd)
Physical workshop
Blue hall

10.00 – 11.30
HOSPITALITY: QUESTIONING SUSPICION
An Experiential Writing Workshop
with Eireen Nealand and Megan Lueneburg (US)
Outside at the veranda

GOATMILK ARTISTS
10.30 -11.30
THE ATROPOS METHOD – Stamatis Efstathiou 
VOYAGE (35 min, Greece)

Film by Pavlos Cavadias
Between 2011 and 2014 the Greek theater director Stamatis Efstathiou spent regular time in Bela Rechka where he worked on different projects but mainly on Energia. That (“εν έργω” from ancient Greek) means  “being in the process of work”. In the summer of 2013 and 2014 Bela Rechka hosted Greek, Russian, Polish and Bulgarian artists. Their work included interaction, singing and cooking with the local people and final performance in the village on the topics of Waiting and Animalismus (inspired by Animal Farm by Orwel).
The film of Pavlos Cavadias explores the philosophy of Efsthatio based on his work in India.

11.30 – 12.30
ZHIVOVZI – talk and presentation
With Antina Zlatkova (Bulgaria/Austria)

Antina Zlatkova was born in Montana and now lives in Vienna. For more than 10 years she is part of the GOATMILK Festival as a volunteer and author. For more than 2 years she photografically researches the displacement of people from the villages Zhivovzi and Kalimaniza (around Montana) caused by the building of water damn Montana. In this talk she will explain her project and the special technique used – which will be exlpored in her workshop Saturday.

Big Hall

12.30 – 14.00
THE NOMAD’s JOURNEY
Video-screening and talk
with Gita Hashemi (Canada/Iran)

From February to April 2016 Gita Hashemi made a journey along the so called “refugee route” from the Balkans to Western Europe and created different artistic works. Starting from her current work, Emergent, and traveling through two other recent projects – Declarations and Grounding – she will explore the interconnections of the personal experience, the poetic/artistic practice and the political happenings. “As I tell the story of myself as a migrant artist, I invite participants to trace and voice their own journeys.”

Gita Hashemi attended the Goat Milk Festival for the first time in 2011 with the project Chronicle of Abandoned Dreams that collected voices of Bela Rechka residents and festival participants reflecting on their personal dreams and social experiences post communism. Multiple award-winning artist, her’s experimental transmedia practice spans over thirty years, and encompasses work that draws on visual, media, performance, site specific and live art strategies. Exploring social relations and the interconnections of language and culture, Hashemi’s work centers on marginalized histories and contemporary politics, often with an eye on women’s experience. Most recently, her project Grounding: States of Gender, based on the memories of an Iranian woman about sexuality and gender, was selected as the best exhibition of 2017 by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. Hashemi originated the maxim, “the personal is poetic, the poetic is political, the political is personal.”

Big Hall

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
15.00 – 18.00
WORKSHOP FOR HAND TECHNIQUES: : Manual knitting of baskets and knitting with corn leaves
With Galina Ivanova
In the house of Galia&Diana

17.00 -18.30  
POST SOZ DOT COM
Generations, memories and lost values ​​in the book of Pavel Kandilarov
 

Prof. Evelina Kelbcheva talks with the author and discusses the questions raised by the book. The development of the story raises questions identical to three generations. That of those who grew up before the Wall fall and entered life in the so called period of Transition, the second – their parents and the third – their children. Like the one we pose in our everyday life, for example: how and where so many values ​are ​lost today? Or, why our life today is like it’s, is the past guilty, and how do we stand today the signs of the absurdity of those 45 years? What is worthy and what’s not? Is there truth at all and is it healthy to look for it?
 
Pavel Kandilarov presents himself as born in a trustworthy family, accepted as “chavdarche” (official kids’ organization during communism), then a pioneer. His career began as a general worker in construction, followed by theater, cinema, private business. He has been living outside Bulgaria for years, but he still feels like “eaten by the worm of soc-a (socialism)”.
 
Evelina Kelbecheva is a professor in History and Civilizations Department at the American University in Bulgaria. Her main research topics are myths and falsifications in history. Prof. Kelbecheva is the author of the petition for changing the curricula and history textbooks in Bulgaria.

 
Big Hall

17.00 – 18.30
AS YOU LIKE IT *
 A multilingual creative workshop
Vladislav Damyanov and Laboratoria Suggestopedica Team
 
Once upon a time, somewhere over there, a hundred years ago … That’s how most of children’s fairytales begin. But what happens to magic when the child turns into a man?
Most of us adults forget that life is an adventure, a play in which each one of us acts in different roles. This creative workshop will allow us to accept a desired identity as a spontaneous psychorelaxation.
Everyone has made choices following the mind or listening his heart. Or he has not … There is always a new beginning. In order to hear again the inner “duende” that releases butterflies in the stomach. And to create a new road map for life, by using our mind and following our heart.
Co-hosts: Sylvia Stamenova, Suggestopedagog and Nadia Dragomiretzka – Manning, Aritist
* The title comes from W. Shakespeare’s play “As You Like it”.
 
White Hall

19.00
RETHINKING THE PERSONAL STORY
Reading: selected stories from the OPEN CALL for the 15th edition of the festival
Big Hall

20.00
FILM SCREENING AND TALK

DISTANCE
Switzerland,Bulgaria, 75 мин
Documentary by Albena Mihaylova
Big Hall


The Bulgarian 1968. A Plovdiv family. The father – a diplomat. The son – influenced by the events in Prague 1968 commits suicide. Albena traces her family’s story through conversations with her mother and brother’s school mates, family photografs, archive from the late 1960s, and paintings she drew to ease the pain after her brother’s death. Gradually, mother and daughter open up their hearts to talk about their family tragedy. In some very emotional scenes their feelings of guilt have begun to dissipate, clearing the way for forgiveness between mother and daughter.
Albena Mihaylova is a Bulgarian artist living in Basel, Switzerland. She was born in Plovdiv and part of the famous artistic movements at the end of the 80s. Since 2009 runs Culturinstitut BinB, art and film productions. 

21.30
CONCERT SURPRISE

Brass music, jazz, ethno, pop- improvisations

23.00
ROOTY BAR
A place for improvisation, music, degustations and other pleasures
ROOTY BAR was created 2016 by the GOATMILK Volunteers Camp and became a favorite festival place in the evenings. Street 7, at the river.

KIDS PROGRAM GOATMILK from “Yatoto (The Flock). The Freedom To Fly “

10:00-13:00
Suggestopedia for children and adults, Lead by Silvia Stamenova and Vladislav Damianov, Suggestopedica Laboratory
10:00 – 11:30
“World Fairy” – a session for pre-school children to learn new information through play
11:30-13:00
“I love to read” – a session for children, parents and teachers to apply innovative methods of teaching children aged 5 to 9. 
13.00 – 14:00
Creative writing workshop with Dragomir Ivanov and Workshop for stop-motion animation with Plamen Dimov
Writing of the story with the kid’s characters
14:00 – 16:30
“Dirty hands – clean heart” – Clay works with Atelie THE GOAT.
The tools, the aprons and the clay from us – the dangling of you! For young and grown up!
17.00 – 18.30
“Let’s Start With A Story” – Workshop for children with Lina
This is a meeting that starts with a book album and continues with drawing, writing, puppetry, theater and talk about life.
Class Room Yatoto

26 MAY, SATURDAY
10.00
DAY OF THE DEAD
Common meal
Big Hall

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
11.00 – 19.00
A ROOM WITH A PHOTO
Photo installation with guided meditation
with Babak Salari (Canada/Iran)

Photographer Babak Salari Came to Bela Rechka, for the first time, on May 2008. Upon his arrival, Babak became very interested in the landscape of Northwestern Bulgaria. It reminded him of his grandparent’s village back home in Iran. At the threshold of his journey to Bulgaria, Babak started a long collaboration with Goat Milk festival which has resulted in a very deep and long-term research project, “Traumas and Miracles: Portraits from Northwestern Bulgaria”, a collaboration with journalist, poet, and filmmaker, Diana Ivanova.
Ten years later, Babak, along with Diana, invites the local and international guests of the Goatmilk Festival to a photo installation, including objects from the people who stood in front of his camera.
“A Room With a Photo” is combined with a guided meditation; in order to connect with the memory of time and space!
White Hall

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
11.00 – 14.00
WORKSHOP BELA RECHKA BlUES
with Antina Zlatkova
Cianotipia with found objects

Personal stories and our trust in them have something common with our ability to listen, discover and share. Photography begins with the same wish to share and hold the personal and the moment.
Cianotipia or Cyanotype is an old photographic printing process from the 19th century that produces a cyan-blue print. Objects or negatives put on paper or other previously treated material get printed by direct sunlight.
This workshop is an invitation to rediscover Bela Rechka through the language of objects and forms around us – in the village and the nature.
Price for the materials: 11 BGN
Maximal number of participants: 15

Blue Hall

14.00
CONCERT
BRASS ORCHESTRA VARSHETZ


Varshetz brass band was established in 1971, in his best years it reached 32 people and has won 4 gold national medals. In the 70s the orchestra has been conducted even by the Bulgarian patriarch of brass bands Diko Iliev. They are loved by all and are at the GOATMILK every year. They play traditional horo-dances, overtures, suites. They have one horo-dance, Varshechkoto or Belorechkoto which is played left!!( See what happens in Bela Rechka as they play it.)Instruments: trumpet, flugelhorn, clarinet, saxophone, percussion.

17.00 – 19.30
SINGING STORIES THROUGH BODY AND VOICE
With Emma Bonnici (UK)
 

Photographer : John FG Stead

Our body and our voice hold hundreds of stories lived and inherited. Songs handed down through seasons and generations, likewise hold the stories of the singers and the land they come from. Sometimes those songs give us the notes to sing the stories we need to express and grope for. Polyphonic singing allows us to learn to tell our  stories and hear our voice amongst the voices of others, it allows us to be heard and requires that we hear another. Nothing in life lives in isolation, we are always in relations to something else even if that something else is our own thoughts and emotions, the movement of our heart and blood. The trick is to hear and feel it all all at once in its whole, not in its part. To not lose ourselves because of the voice of another. To sing we need our body. It houses and holds the vibrations of the voice and both are inextricably linked. To this end the work with song is also physical.
 
Needs: Please come in comfortable clothes to move. conditions allowing we will work in bare feet. Bring pen and paper to help with learning the song. We use the old methods of aural learning and record the songs in our bodies – so no telephones. No experience of singing is needed, just the willingness to jump in, say yes and  see and be seen.

Emma Bonnici is an actor, singer and teacher. Works internationally but mainly in Poland and Great Britain. She is a special guest for our 15th Goatmilk Festival. “THE SEEDS OF THE WORK I DO AS AN ACTOR, SINGER AND TEACHER ARE SOWN IN THE SOIL OF GROTOWSKI INSPIRED POLISH PHYSICAL THEATRE AND ITS APPROACHES TOWARDS INTEGRITY OF PERFORMANCE, POLYPHONIC MUSIC AND THE ANCIENT POWER AND STORIES OF MUSIC ROOTED IN PEOPLE, LANDSCAPE AND ANCIENT TRADITIONS.”
Big hall

20.00
RETHINKING THE PERSONAL STORY
Reading: selected stories from the OPEN CALL for the 15th edition of the festival
Big Hall

20.00
THE PERSONAL STORY BEHIND PHOTOGRAPHY
 Talk With Valeriy Postharov about the images and the associations they construct in our minds.

White hall

21.00
FILM SCREENING
I SEE RED PEOPLE (JE VOIS ROUGE)

Bulgaria/France,2018 /82 мин
A documentary by Bojina Panayotova

With a great reception at its world premiere at Berlinale 2018, the film of Bojina Panayotova quickly became “the talk of the town” in Bulgaria.
When the Iron Curtain fell in 1989, Bojina was eight years old. A short time after, her family moved with her from Bulgaria to live in Paris. Twenty years later, this young woman returns to Sofia on her own, intent on documenting everything. She senses that there is something unspoken in her family’s past. Were her parents privileged? Bojina digs deeper into her family history and gets into an argument with her parents that escalates into a dispute about loyalty, post-communist arrogance and the right to one’s own history. 


Born in Bulgaria in 1982, Bojina Panayotova moved to France at the age of eight. Je vois rouge (I See Red People) is her first feature-length film. Bojina Panayotova was a regular guest and author at the GOATMILK Festival. GOATMILK has shown 2012 and 2014 her fisrt artistic films – the Sound Documentary Gospel bulgare, as well the short film Cosmonauts.

Big Hall

23.00
CONCERT
VASKO THE PATCH & PODUENE BLUES BAND

 

 
Vasil Georgiev or Vasko the Patch as he is known, is a musician by heart and soul. He plays harmonica, drums and guitar. Author and blues singer. He created the first professional Bulgarian Blues Band in 1989 “ Poduene Blues Band”. Named on the bad and poor neighborhood in Sofia, where Vasko’s grown up. Till now they play Blues across the country and making own songs, telling stories of a hard life, funny life and freedom….
 The group has 17 albums in Bulgaria and one in Germany.Amongst the cult names are “The Communism Is Leaving”, “The Stray Dog” and “Let There Be Light”. 

Big Hall


KIDS PROGRAM GOATMILK from “Yatoto (The Flock). The Freedom To Fly”

09:00 – 11:00
Visit of the aviary for Griffin Vultures, next to the village of Dolno Ozirovo. Vratsa Balkan is one of the places for restoration of the population of the Griffin Vulture in Bulgaria. Georgi Stoyanov from the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds, will be the leader of the expedition and will tell about interesting facts about the dignified birds and what it was worth to come back to us. Those wishing to participate in the expedition must have appropriate footwear and mountain dresses, and wear binoculars, in case they have.
11:30 – 13:30
Creative writing workshop with Dragomir Ivanov and Workshop for stop-motion animation with Plamen Dimov – Construction of person animators and drawing of storyboard
14:00 – 16:30
“Dirty hands – clean heart” – Clay works with Atelier THE GOAT. The tools, the aprons and the clay from us – the dangling of you! For young and grown up!
17:00 – 18:30
“Let’s Start With A Story” – Workshop for children with Lina – This is a meeting that starts with a book album and continues with drawing, writing, puppetry, theater and talk about life.

the Classroom of “Yatoto”

27 MAY, SUNDAY

9.00 – 11.00
DISCOVERY TOUR – 15 KEY PLACES FOR THE GOATMILK FESTIVAL

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
11.00-13.00
EMBODIED STORIES
Agnieszka Ćwieląg (Polаnd)
Physical workshop
Blue hall

11.00 – 13.00
HOSPITALITY: QUESTIONING SUSPICION
An Experiential Writing Workshop
with Eireen Nealand and Megan Lueneburg (US)
Outside at the veranda

GOATMILK ARTISTS 15 YEARS
13.00 – 15..00
WORKSHOP FOR HAND TECHNIQUES: MANUAL COLORING OF FABRICS
With Galina Ivanova
House of Galia&Diana

18.00
WHAT REVIVES US
Sarah Przibylla, Ludger Bönsch (Germany )

Closing session and a special discovery tour
Abandoned house Street One


KIDS PROGRAM GOATMILK from “Yatoto (The Flock). The Freedom To Fly “

Creative writing workshop with Dragomir Ivanov and Workshop for stop-motion animation with Plamen Dimov
10:00 – 11:30
Shooting a stop-motion animation on created stories and characters.
17:00 – 18:30
“Let’s Start With A Story” – Workshop for children with Lina – This is a meeting that starts with a book album and continues with drawing, writing, puppetry, theater and talk about life.

Classroom of “Yatoto”

IMPORTANT! Access to all events at the festival is FREE. There are NO TICKETS. For workshops with limited number of people and taxes for materials, signing up and payments are made during the festival. The way you can support the festival is through donations online or at the festival shop.
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