We did not want Milan Adamčiak’s legacy to continue only in books and galleries. His work was influenced by his presence on the outskirts – artistic and in his last years also geographical and social. Recently, it was shaped by the surroundings of Banská Belá and Banská Štiavnica. Here, it can best be understood.
JAMA 2019, international /non/festival of intermedia art, commemorated Milan Adamčiak’s 73rd birthday in the places where he had been most at home in recent years, presented his work and established a continuation of Adamčiak’s work.
JAMA – 73rd year of Milan Adamčiak
October 4. – 5., 2019, Banská Štiavnica, Banská Belá
Concept and dramaturgy: Fero Király, Ivan Šiller, Eva Vozárová
In cooperation with: ISCM – Slovak Section, Banská St and nica Contempora
Performers: Mi-65, Tigris Argentum, Jonáš Gruska, Los Amargados, Marek Kundlák, Ján Šimko, Svätopluk Mikyta, Anna Čonková, Petra Fornayová, Peter Machajdík, Juraj Gábor, Cluster ensemble, Lucia G. Stach, Michal Murin, Michal Bosák, Monika Čertezni, Richard Kitta, Daniel Matej
Visual: Matej Lacko
Technical cooperation: Slavomír Šmálik
PR and production: Eva Vozárová
PR Assistant: Soňa Kúdeľová
Production assistants: Soňa Kúdeľová, Sylvia Krajčírová, Samuel Šlauka
Volunteers: Tomáš Benko, Claude Johann Čierny, Jana Ľuptáková
The project was supported as main partner using public funds by the Slovak Arts Council. With the support of the LITA Fund. With the support of SOZA. The event was part of the project Almázia: City of culture 2019.