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How Can we Think and Practice Dialogue Today?


Dialogue is the crucial form of communication. It makes us able to communicate beyond differences and create common worlds. It puts the individual as well as the community in the centre of attention.

Dialogue is now important more than ever. But what has became of dialogue today? What influences most of the intimacy we are capable to create? What if we are witnessing a new phase of communication? And what if we could re-think how to approach dialogue today, with all it's difficulties and potentials because we still think that dialogue is the crucial form of communication and we still believe in its unmatched potential? How can we than design dialogue that would work?

Read more about the festival’s outlines here: http://tinyurl.com/pddzgsp or go directly to the category that interests you the most and check them out here:

Visual Communication practice: http://tinyurl.com/o6zg7ap ,

Critical Writing: http://tinyurl.com/m4lvo4w

and the participatory art/communication category 'Beyond...': http://tinyurl.com/khnqls3

And check our special Awards here:


Deadline for Submission of your works is September 20th 2014!


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