alternativne oblike izobraževanja
alternativni življenjski slog in odproti proti vsakdanjemu
demokratična opozicija državni nadzor
film filozofska/teoretična gibanja
gibanje za človekove pravice glasba
književnost in književna kritika kritična znanost
likovna umetnost ljudska kultura
manjšinska gibanja medijska umetnost
mirovna gibanja nacionalna gibanja
neodvisno novinarstvo partijski disidenti
samizdat in tamizdat socialna gibanja
survivors of persecutions under authoritarian/totalitarian regimes
theatre and performing arts
youth culture zaštita okoliša
pravna in/ali finančna dokumentacija
predmeti uporabne umetnosti preostala umetniška dela
publikacije rokopisi siva literatura spominki strojna opema
The Berlin Archive "Song and Social Movements" collects reports from the GDR singer- and songwriter movement from the 1960s onwards. The materials that are managed by a non-profit organization show how difficult it can be to investigate cultural opposition between the extremes of supporting and opposing the state.
As an art historian and curator, László Beke took an active role as both a participant and theoretician in the development of the Hungarian neo–avant-garde movements that had been marginalized by the cultural politics of the time in Hungary. Beke’s private archive, which is kept at the Budapest City Archives, provides a precise imprint of his activities: instead of working from the perspective of a critic, he engaged the artists as a partner. In this spirit he initiated many exhibitions and projects, the documents of which provide the backbone of the archive, complemented with the outcome of his systematic collecting activities that began in his early teens.
The archive comprises of artworks, documents and the library of Pál Deim, an outstanding representative of Hungarian neo-avantgarde art emerging in the sixties. Deim was active in a great variety of genres, was co-founder of a number of art institutions and, alongside other members of his generation, challenged the socialist realist aesthetic principles of the Kádár regime.
The Student Cultural Center (Studentski Kulturni Centar - SKC), a gathering place for Belgrade students and young Yugoslav artists, was founded and began operations in 1971. During the 1970s, it became a hub of avant-garde movements, ideas and individuals. It played an important role in youth culture of Yugoslavia in the 1970s and 1980s. The SKC archive has rich collections of written and visual materials from socialist Yugoslavia and is an essential place for the study of cultural and artistic scenes in the era of socialism.
The Alternative Theatre Archive is a research and archival project led by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw with support of the KARTA Center Foundation. Its aim is to collect, gather in one location and digitize documents, prints, recordings, photographs and all other archival materials on the alternative theatre movement in Poland in the 1970s and the 1980s.