Duska Vrhovac, Belgrade, Serbia 2014

Organizer: Duska Vrhovac

Contact: iduskavrhovac@beotel.rs

Francuska broj 7 – 11000 Beograd, Srbija

subota, 27. septembar 2014. u.12:00 sati

100 HILJADA PESNIKA ZA PROMENE

100 Thousand Poets for Change 2014.

Organizatori

UDRUŽENJE KNJIŽEVNIKA SRBIJE

ASSOCIATION OF WRITERSOF SERBIA

&

POKRET PESNICI SVETA

MOVIMIENTO POETAS DEL MUNDO

Scenaristi i moderatori:

DUŠKA VRHOVAC i MILJURKO VUKADINOVIĆ

I ove godine uključujemo se u planetarnu akciju 100 HILJADA PESNIKA

ZA PROMENE, kojoj se sada pridružuju i svi drugi umetnici: muzičari,

slikari, glumci, prevodioci, kantautori, performeri…

Cilj je da se na svim kontinentima i u svim zemljama, bez obzira na

društveno i političko uređenje, pokaže da se poezijom MOŽE

uticati na mnoge negativne pojave i trendove u svetu i da je PESNIČKA

REČ VELIKI MOST koji ni jedan rat i ni jedno oružje ne mogu

srušiti.

STAVITE SVOJE REČI I DELA U SLUŽBU MIRA, KULTURE I OBRAZOVANJA,

OČUVANJA PLANETE ZEMLJE, ZAŠTITU LJUDSKOG DOSTOJANSTVA, PORODICE, I

UZAJAMNOG RAZUMEVANJA I SARADNJE!

DIGNITE SVOJ GLAS I REČ PROTIV RATA, NASILJA, SIROMAŠTVA,

DISKRIMINACIJE, NEOPRAVDANOG BOGAĆENJA, KORUPCIJE I UNIŠTAVANJA

BUDUĆNOSTI…

‘100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGES 2014
at Association of Writers of Serbia
Francuska Street, No 7, Belgrade/ Serbia

Creative concept by Duška Vrhovac

Organized by the Association of Writers of Serbia and
Movimiento Poetas Del Mundo – Poets Of The World

On Saturday, September 27th 2014, at noon, in the Great Hall of the Association of Writers of Serbia, poets, musicians, actors, translators, performers and journalists from Belgrade, Smederevo, Aleksinac and Pančevo, prepared a rich and diverse poetic and artistic program, joining the planetary action 100 THOUSAND poets for Change 2014.

The creators and hosts of this program were the poet and translator Duška Vrhovac, ambassador of Movement Poets of the World, and presenter of UKS Forum, Miljurko Vukadinović, poet and translator.

It all started with visual-poetic performance “I write like I breathe – I breathe as I write” which was performed by Duška Vrhovac and artist Ljiljana Bursać in front of the artistic manuscript from Damascus.
In her “report”, pointing out what was happening and where that day in the world, Duška Vrhovac drew attention to the characteristics of the local moment in our lives. She said that the main goal is to show, on all continents and in all countries, irrespective of their social, political and every other system, that the art and poetry CAN supportively win over many negative events and trends and that the POETIC WORD, AND ART in general, can build a GREAT BRIDGE between people that no war and no weapon wouldn’t be able to destroy it.

That is the reason to raise our voice and the word against violence, poverty, discrimination, war, unjustified and excessive financial “achievements”, corruption and any other destruction of the future. Furthermore, to put our words and deeds in the service of culture, education and the arts, peace and protection of the planet, in defence of physical and mental health, the fortification of human dignity, family and mutual understanding and cooperation among individuals and nations!

On the stage, inspired and designed from nature, among the apples and roses, the compositions of the world masters from Spain, Serbia, the United States and Venezuela were performed by the famous violinist, Tatjana Olujić accompanied by pianist, Darinka Paunović.

In poetic debate and poetry reading focused on the changes for better, participated poets Duška Vrhovac, Miljurko Vukadinović, Tomislav Stevanović, Slobodanka Živković, Dušan Čolović, Jan Krasni, Mirjana Kovačević, Balša Rajčević, Vidak Maslovarić, Bogdanka Anđelković, Miroslav Kole Kostić, Milosava Pavlović, Biljana Tasić, Gordana Simeunović, Rade Đokanović and Dragan Nikolić.

To the verses of the contemporary poets, present that evening, Duška Vrhovac and Miljurko Vukadinović “countered” by reading verses of the national and world’s great poets: Stevan Raičković, Mahmoud Darwish, Bertolt Brecht, Allen Ginsberg, Pier Paolo Pasolini and others.

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