Project Visible data_financing culture brings up together topics on visual communication, design, technology, new media and culture politics. By using efficient tools of information design and visualization language it makes budget for culture structures more visible.
 
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Upload data and visualize!
Web site is available free of charge for use for any subject, organization or institution that is collecting data about financing, wants to make them public and needs a platform and tools to visualize them. For registration and access to upload data please contact info@opendesignstudio.net. To see how your data can look like, go to Test data in the left menu, to see what data have been till now in the project collected go to Visible Data in left menu.

Web site is available free of charge for use for any subject, organization or institution that is collecting data about financing, wants to make them public and needs a platform and tools to visualize them. For registration and access to upload data please contact info@opendesignstudio.net. To see how your data can look like, go to Test data in the left menu, to see what data have been till now in the project collected go to Visible Data in left menu. Select country, type of budget, year and choose visualization design. Then click visualize button and vie or print the image.
 

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december 06, 2011
Exhibition Visible Data, financing culture / Bratislava / 2011
Main concept of the exhibition is to reflect the lack of interest in cultural policy in Slovakia. One part of the exhibition presents individual visions and visualizations on different data showing actual problems in Bratislava and Slovakia regarding financing culture and cultural policy. Other part of exhibition is presenting visualizations of state, regional and municipal budgets for culture from 2011 from Slovakia, Serbia, Netherlands, Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic created by graphic designers and artists from these countries.

Main concept of the exhibition is to reflect the lack of interest in cultural policy in Slovakia. One part of the exhibition presents individual visions and visualizations on different data showing actual problems in Bratislava and Slovakia regarding financing culture and cultural policy. Other part of exhibition is presenting visualizations of state, regional and municipal budgets for culture from 2011 from Slovakia, Serbia, Netherlands, Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic created by graphic designers and artists from these countries. One part of the exhibition is presenting website www.visibledata.info, that is one of the main outputs of this international project where visualizations are generated by choosing specific data sets and design and can be used by the public.

Place: Gallery PF01, Bratislava, Slovakia / Date: December 13, 2011 – January 31, 2012 / Organization: Open Design Studio / Exhibiting authors: M. Armuš (RS), A. Bárdy (HU), M. Brkić (RS), E. Čániová (SK), M. Chmiel (CZ), M. Ćosović (RS),  M. Dajč (RS), Ex Lovers (CZ), A. van Gijlswijk (NL), Á. Gryllus (HU), G. Hangyás (HU), M. Hendriks (NL), H. Hudáková (SK), A. Jablonowska  (PL), M. Kacperek (PL), J. Kočár (SK), L. Kijonka (CZ), D. Korzekwa (PL), K. Lukić Balážiková (SK), R. Mackovič (SK), D.Malek (PL), J. Mašita (CZ), A. Masiukiewicz (PL), B. Matis (SK), V. Melicherová (SK), B. Meluš (SK), M. Mistrík (SK), T. Niemiec (PL), P.Nikolić (RS), I. Palečková (SK), H. Papadopulos (GR/RS), B. Pospischil (PL), I. Radmanovac (RS), M. Rusin (PL), A. Salomon (PL), L. Segečová (SK), L. Šimková (SK), J. Toman a B. Toman Tylová (CZ)

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december 06, 2011
Public discussion Public secrecy - Case of Commisions / Novi Sad / 2011
Discussion is about unwritten rule that the majority of commissions for funds from the budget for culture and the nonprofit sector is to not publish the names of the committee who determined the allocation of funds. By law, the commission should be public, but does not specify clearly the mechanisms how the public gets familiar with the Commission. The main question is how to connect the public sector and non-profit and independent scene to a more democratic, more transparent and improve the work of committees.

Discussion is about unwritten rule that the majority of commissions for funds from the budget for culture and the nonprofit sector is to not publish the names of the committee who determined the allocation of funds. By law, the commission should be public, but does not specify clearly the mechanisms how the public gets familiar with the Commission. The main question is how to connect the public sector and non-profit and independent scene to a more democratic, more transparent and improve the work of committees.

Place: Youth Center CK13, Novi Sad, Serbia / Speakers: Aleksandar Bede (RS), Cvjetan Daniela (RS), Ivana Inđin (RS), Zoran Pantelić (RS) / Moderator: Kristian Lukić (RS) / Date: December 7, 2011 / Organization: Institute for flexible cultures and technologies – Napon

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december 06, 2011
Exhibition Financialization and Culture policies / Novi Sad / 2011
The exhibition Financialization and culture policies is part of the long term project Visible Data that explore possible models of structuring the data in the field of culture financing and nonprofit sector. The exhibition presents work of designers and artists that show their views on issues of budget policies and influence on culture policies.



The exhibition Financialization and culture policies is part of the long term project Visible Data that explore possible models of structuring the data in the field of culture financing and nonprofit sector. The exhibition presents work of designers and artists that show their views on issues of budget policies and influence on culture policies.



Place: Macut Gallery (SPENS), Novi Sad, Serbia / Date: December 7, 2011 – January 15, 2012 / Organization: Institute for flexible cultures and technologies –  Napon / Exhibiting authors: Marina Armuš (RS), Marko Brkić (RS), Miloš Ćosović (RS), Miroslav Dajč (RS), Predrag Nikolić (RS), Dimitrije Pajtić (RS), Hristina Papadopulos (RS), Ivana Radmanovac (RS)

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november 16, 2011
Workshop by Catalogtree (nl) / Bratislava / 2011
During four days participants were creating series of posters on researched data with aim of reflecting actual problems in financing of culture in Slovakia. Results are exhibited in Bratislava during exhibition Visible Data and will be presented in form of guerilla campaignes for the public in the city of Bratislava during this exhibition.

During four days participants were creating series of posters on researched data with aim of reflecting actual problems in financing of culture in Slovakia. Results are exhibited in Bratislava during exhibition Visible Data and will be presented in form of guerilla campaignes for the public in the city of Bratislava during this exhibition.

Place: KC Dunaj, Bratislava, Slovakia / Mentor: Daniel Gross (NL), Joris Maltha  (NL)- Catalogtree, www.catalogtree.nl / Date: November 14 – 17, 2011 / Organization: Open Design Studio / Participants: graphic designers and students of graphic design from Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic

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