10 May 2018 - Club 19, Ribnita, Transnistria
Carolina Dutca — artist, media activist and documentary photographer from Transnistrian region. Most of her works connected with human rights topics: domestic violence, LGBTQ+ discrimination, ksenophoby. She've already had exhibitions in Czech Republic, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine and Moldova.

Dutca will have free documenary photography workshop in Ribnita for all who is interested in this field. See you!
Carolina Dutca and participants of workshop
Ribnita, Transnistria
25 April 2018 - BUNKER Art Gallery, Chisinau, Moldova
Carolina Dutca is an visual artist based in Trasnistria. In her practice she uses street photography, photo-journalism, installation created from a queer feminist perspective. In the most recent project she documented using a long term observational process the problem of discrimanation issue of LGBTQ+ community, in the project NO SILENCE. Her second project, The Places of Violence spoke out the problem of domestic violence. Many of her artworks are deeply personal, drawing on her feelings about discrimination, domestic violence, xenophobia, feminism, social and cultural bias and stereotypes. Sontag writes: "Who believes today that war can be abolished? No one, not even pacifists" Another thing, it is the war's caliber and the number of victims. Carolina is a fighter and a warrior and she hopes that her projects will reduce the number of victims and make society more inclusive. From this position she is interested in social projects and activism through art.
Edu-Art: Artist talk cu Carolina DUTCA (RU)
Presentations of the postmedia documentary project about the women's opinions on feminitives (gender specificity in job titles in Russian language)

13 April 2018 - iHUB Chisinau, Chisinau, Moldova,
14 April 2018 - Club #19, Tiraspol, Transnistria.
11 April 2018 - Club 19, Tiraspol, Transnistria
Vinegar.media is an online magazine about people, places and events of Transnistria, which we will create together.
On Wednesday, Carolina Dutca will tell you how to find ideas for photo projects, communicate with their participants and how to get funding for your idea. Also, you will learn how our speaker went from a beginning photographer to a professional, whose materials are published by major publications.
The trainer of the workshop will be the documentary photographer Carolina Dutca.
We will be happy to see everyone who is interested in photography.
Carolina Dutca and participants of workshop
Tiraspol, Transnistria
6-7 April 2018 - SHTO Gallery, Berlin, Germany
ЧТО? is bringing Eastern European art and design to Neukölln on April 6-7.
SHTO's set up includes a gallery – exhibiting a diverse group of artists and photographers from the region.

Works will be for sale – along with clothes from Eastern European designers, rare books, zines, and graphic posters in English, German and Russian.
In the evening there'll be a bar – serving delicious wine from Georgia, Ukraine & Romania.
We're open from 10.00 onwards both days, with events taking place fri + sat 18.00-23.30.

Participants:

TATYANA PALYGA (Russia)
ALEXANDER BONDAR (Russia)
CAROLINA DUTCA (Transnistria)
EUGENE TSYMBALYUK (Ukraine)
EKATERINA BODYAGINA (Russia)
GOLDMAN SISTERS (Russia)
NIKITA GRUZOVIK (Russia)
MONIKA KALINOWSKA (Poland)
DEEP FLOW (Russia)
LYO (Russia)
VOLNY TE (Russia)
NESKAZKI ODESSA (Ukraine)
PLANT CIRCLE (Poland)
30-31 March - Smena 2.0, Moscow, Russia
ART.WHO.DARK - an annual experimental review of the young art. The program includes young artists' installations, theatrical performances and performances by artists of the independent music scene - the winners of the Jagermeister Music Awards.

Artists:

SENSE
Futureisnown
(IN)side project
Vitalii Prostov
Martin Jurra
Roman Fedorov
Carolina Dutca
Necto Phil
Maximmixam
Alena Smolina
Evgenia Melnikova
3 March 2018 - TRANZIT.RO Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
We cordially invite you on Saturday, 3rd of March, starting with 4 PM at Carolina Dutca's artist talk, hosted by tranzit.ro Bucharest (Gazelei 44 Street)

Carolina Dutca is an visual artist based in Trasnistria. In her practice she uses street photography, photo-journalism, public art, collage, installation and sound art created from a queer feminist perspective. In the most recent project she documented using a long term observational process the problem of discrimanation issue of LGBTQ+ community, in the project NO SILENCE. Her second project, The Places of Violence spoke out the problem of domestic violence. Many of her artworks are deeply personal, drawing on her feelings about discrimination, domestic violence, xenophobia, feminism, social and cultural bias and stereotypes. Sontag writes: "Who believes today that war can be abolished? No one, not even pacifists" Another thing, it is the war's caliber and the number of victims. Carolina is a fighter and a warrior and she hopes that her projects will reduce the number of victims and make society more inclusive. From this position she is interested in social projects and activism through art.

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