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Salon E09: Mladi i multikulturalizam - Galeb Nikačević i Selma Selman

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Multikulturalizam je kompleksan koncept koji je globalno prihvaćen, ali se postavlja pitanje koliko ga stvarno živimo.  ️U novom Salonu o diskriminaciji, predrasudama, različitim kulturama i etničkoj pripadnosti razgovarali smo sa sjajnim gostima - umetnicom i aktivistkinjom Selmom Selman i autorom i voditeljem podkasta Agelast Galebom Nikačevićem.   Hvala svima koji su učestvovali u realizaciji ove emisije!  Posebno zahvaljujemo prostoru Kvaka 22 i agenciji Žiška!   Novinarka: Marina Zec   Produkcija: Marija Todorović Kamera i montaža: Milena Arsenić  Ilustracije: Olga Đelošević  Zvuk: Marko Đukić, Digimedia   Podržite Oblakoder na Patreonu: https://www.patreon.com/join/oblakoder​​   Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/oblakoderbg/​... ​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oblakoderma​... ​ Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/Oblakoder/st​... ​ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3DsEtzn

1hr 1min

1 Jun 2021

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Selma Selman

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#CelebrateLifePodcast EP36 Bahtalo o Mashkarthemutno Dive e Romengoro! Today is 8-th of April, International Roma Day, I had a chance to speak with Selma Selman she’s a Roma woman coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina. She installs creativity, but also identity aspects into her artwork. As a daughter coming from a family that earns their living from collecting and selling iron, Selma uses iron and reusable materials to draw on. In her art show Mercedes Matrix she takes her family with her and they break a Mercedes in front of an audience in order to question the labor and capitalism in Roma settings and beyond. She is an active player in the media scene. From being popular in media interviews to promoting her work online, she says that as a Roma woman has been targeted by a lot of hate speech from white people. Selma’s mechanism to fight hate is actually to ignore to the point where haters become conscious of their own unhappiness. This episode of the podcast “Young and Diverse“ is produced as part of the Reporting Diversity Network 2.0 project in cooperation with the podcast Celebrate Life. The network is established with the objective to counter hateful narratives in the Western Balkans and effectively influence the representation of ethnicity, religions and gender. The Reporting Diversity Network is a project funded by the European Union, Balkan Trust for Democracy and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/indog/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indog/support

36mins

8 Apr 2021

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Young & Diverse podcast with Selma Selman- Roma artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina “I have to serve as a model and that means that I cannot fail.“

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For marking 8-th of April, International Roma Day, Reporting Diversity Network 2.0 and our podcast “Young and Diverse“ hosted international artist Selma Selman as our guest. Selma is a Roma woman coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina. She installs creativity, but also identity aspects into her artwork. As a daughter coming from a family that earns their living from collecting and selling iron, Selma uses iron and reusable materials to draw on. In her art show Mercedes Matrix she takes her family with her and they break a Mercedes in front of an audience in order to question the labor and capitalism in Roma settings and beyond. Selman family wrote on their family van “Selma Selman is Tito“ to let her know on the solidarity spirit and power she brings to their village. Selma owns her Selma Selman studio in Bosnia and helps young Roma girls to obtain their necessary education through her foundation. She is an active player in the media scene. From being popular in media interviews to promoting her work online, she says that as a Roma woman has been targeted by a lot of hate speech from white people. Selma’s mechanism to fight hate is actually to ignore to the point where haters become conscious of their own unhappiness. This episode of the podcast “Young and Diverse“ is created in cooperation with the podcast Celebrate Life and local artist from North Macedonia, Goran Kostovski- Indog.

32mins

7 Apr 2021

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#5: "They call me Tito" with Selma Selman

Romatopia - Roma talk about their Utopia for Europe

Artist Selma Selman about art, resistance, family and her foundation for education of Roma girls "Get the Heck to school" I don't present myself as a Romnia, as a European, I am part of the whole universe, says the young artist Selma Selman. She takes us into her universe of art and resistance. She explains to us how she turned her family members into performers, and how she increased the rate of Roma girls attending school in her home village in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 15 to 95%, and why they call her "Tito" there. And even if she is a realist, she reveals her utopia to us. Our guest: Selma Selman is an artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, currently living in New York and Bihac. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Banja Luka University’s Department of Painting graduated at Syracuse University New York with a Master of Fine Arts in Transmedia, Visual and Performing Arts. She has participated in many solo and group exhibitions in the USA and Europe, won prizes and is a regular artist in residence somewhere in the world. Selma is also the founder of the organization ”Get The Heck To School” which aims to empower Roma girls. www.selmanselma.com https://www.gofundme.com/f/get-the-heck-to-schoolmars-u-skolu I don’t present myself as a Romnia, as a European, I am part of the whole universe, sagt die junge Künstlerin Selma Selman. Sie nimmt uns mit in ihr Universum aus Kunst und Widerstand. Sie erklärt uns, wie sie ihre Familienmitglieder zu Performern machte und wie sie die Rate der Roma Mädchen in ihrem Heimatdorf in Bosnien-Herzegowina, die die Schule besuchen, von 15 auf 95% erhöht hat und warum man sie dort "Tito" nennt. Und auch, wenn sie Realistin ist, verrät sie uns ihre Utopie. Unser Gast: Selma Selman ist Künstlerin aus Bosnien und Herzegowina und lebt derzeit in New York und Bihac. Sie erwarb ihren Bachelor of Fine Arts an der Universität Banja Luka und schloss ihr Studium an der Syracuse University New York mit einem Master of Fine Arts in Transmedia, Visual and Performing Arts ab. Sie hat an vielen Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen in den USA und Europa teilgenommen, Preise gewonnen und ist regelmäßig Artist in Residence irgendwo auf der Welt. Selma ist auch die Gründerin der Organisation "Get The Heck To School", die sich für die Stärkung von Roma-Mädchen einsetzt. www.selmanselma.com https://www.gofundme.com/f/get-the-heck-to-schoolmars-u-skolu

1hr 17mins

27 Jan 2021

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Selma Selman o svom životu i stvaralaštvu

Milena Radić - Govori da bih te video

U današnjoj reportaži o svom životu i stvaralaštvu govori umetnica Selma Selman, koja trenutno živi i radi na relaciji SAD‒Evropa. Selma Selman, rođena 1991. godine u Bihaću u romskoj porodici, diplomirala je 2014. godine na Akademiji likovnih umetnosti u Banjaluci, na odseku za slikarstvo, a magistrirala 2018. godine na Univerzitetu Sirakuza u Njujorku, u oblasti transmedija, vizuelne umetnosti i performansa. Autor: Milena Radić

29mins

28 Oct 2020

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EP 2: Mila Panić, Selma Selman, Saša Tatić - Homewards

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U drugoj epizodi, Hana razgovara sa Selmom, Sašom i Milom o kući, domu, te bivanju tu i tamo.🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹Pratite nas naWEB 👉 https://svesutovjestice.com/INSTA 👉 https://www.instagram.com/svesutovjeshticeFB 👉 https://www.facebook.com/svesutovjeshticeYT 👉 https://www.youtube.com/svesutovjesticeRSS FEED 👉 https://bit.ly/33ZlHqDSOUNDCLOUD 👉 https://bit.ly/2UywIMFiTunes 👉 https://apple.co/2xvkmf9Spotify 👉 https://spoti.fi/2WTHkXI🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹🧹Želite podržati naš rad? OVAJ KLIP NIJE DOZVOLJENO KOPIRATI I POSTAVLJATI NA DRUGE KANALE. Hvala unaprijed, svesutovjestice.comSupport the show (https://bit.ly/2JqwUXO)

55mins

30 Apr 2020

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SB #33: Kent interviews Selma Selman, Bosnia's #1 (arguably) artist Part II of II

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Kent interviews Selma Selman.  Selma is a Bosnian artist who grew up selling scrap metal in war-torn Bosnia, then earned scholarships for several different art academies, and is now selling paintings for thousands of dollars, as well as running a charity for Romani girls.  Part II of II

52mins

10 Feb 2019

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SB #32: Kent interviews Selma Selman, Bosnia's #1 (arguably) artist Part I of II

Strained Brains

Kent interviews Selma Selman.  Selma is a Bosnian artist who grew up selling scrap metal in war-torn Bosnia, then earned scholarships for several different art academies, and is now selling paintings for thousands of dollars, as well as running a charity for Romani girls.  Part I of II

53mins

3 Feb 2019