Amfiteater journal Scientific Symposium 2022

Lokacija: Slovenian Theatre Institute, Mestni trg 17, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Termin: 06. 10. 2022 – 07. 10. 2022

Amfiteater journal

Scientific Symposium

Theatrical experiment in Slovenia (1966–1986) and its resonance

6 and 7 October 2022, Slovenian Theatre Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia


Key speakers at the symposium will be Branislav Jakovljević (Stanford University) and Blaž Lukan (University of Ljubljana)



Head of symposium: Blaž Lukan

Preparatory committee: Mojca Kreft, Blaž Lukan, Barbara Orel, Tomaž Toporišič, Gašper Troha, Amadea Karin Ilic

Gasper Troha
Slovenian Theatre Institute
Mestni trg 17, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T + 386 41 369 690


Organizers of the symposium

The Slovenian Theatre Institute (SLOGI) is a national public institution founded in 2014 as the legal successor of the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia, founded in 1952. The Institute aims at the continued evolution of theatre culture at the national level and to raise the awareness of the role and importance of theatre in the development of society and individuals. The Institute is engaged in collecting, preserving, documenting, researching, examining, interpreting, promoting and presenting Slovenian theatre culture, of its heritage and as contemporary theatre arts, both at the national and international levels.

The Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television of the University of Ljubljana performs educational, artistic and research work in the fields of theatre, radio, film and television. From its founding in 1945 to 1975, it operated as an independent higher education institution with a rector, and then became a member of the University of Ljubljana.

Amfiteater – Journal of Performing Arts Theory, is a scientific journal that publishes original articles on performing arts with a broad spectrum from dramatic theatre, drama, dance, performance and hybrid art forms. Authors can analyse the forms and content of artwork and art phenomena from the field of performing arts, their history, their present, and their future, as well as their relationship to other art forms and the broader (social, cultural, political…) context.




The symposium is organized in cooperation with the University of Ljubljana, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, within the framework of the Theatre and Interart Research programme (project No. P6-0376), co-financed by the Slovenian Research Agency from the state budget.