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Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love. But I fell in love ... With this magical game called Le Petit Festival du Théâtre. This Little Don Quixote of Art & Culture...would be so happy if you do the same... ...Love is the only logical and satisfactory answer to the problem of human soft sanity....So ? Vive L’Amour ! And Vive Le Petit Festival ! Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love. But I fell in love ... With this magical game called Le Petit Festival du Théâtre. This Little Don Quixote of Art & Culture...would be so happy if you do the same... Love is the only logical and satisfactory answer to the problem of human soft sanity....So ? Vive L’Amour ! And Vive Le Petit Festival !

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Sunday, May 22, 2011


Sunday, May 22, 2011


Blaženka Roth Fashion is, of course, a reflection of life. Maybe we have to improve life before we can hope to improve fashion. Talented Fashion-designer was born on October 29, 1974 in the city of Cakovec. She grew up in a family surrounded by textiles, observing her mother’s tailoring skills before perfecting her own. Her passion for quilt and sewing shows at an early age by designing and making clothing for the dolls of her friends—She was in 7th grade when she designed and made her first piece of clothing. She graduated high school in Varazdin with a major in clothing technician. Shortly after graduation, she apprenticed at her mother's studio to perfect the technique of the trade. 2003 marked the opening of her first fashion studio in Varazdin, working primarily on custom orders to satisfy individual’s client personal style. And in 2006 she launched her own fashion label called “ Broth” . The label was an immediate success, which sold in Varazdin and Rijeka market. Her collections consist of individual pieces that make up part of an inspired theme, and yet each of them distinct with a unique style of its own. Not limited to drawings on paper, but the initial idea of making elaborated designs with great detail. Her clothes are worn by women with a confident attitude who know what they want and want to be noticed.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Gilles  BAISSETTE Pianist,  accompanist,  improviser  and  arranger . A music is my dearest woman.You don’t love a woman because she is beautiful., but she is beautiful because you love her... First prizewinner at the Conservatory of Toulouse, he was appointed at the National Music School in Albi as a music teacher and in advanced classes in Toulouse to teach improvisation. He was then engaged in the BIG BAND of René Coll and in several shows directed by Roger Louret. This was the beginning of a long career on stage. Among his numerous performances: He accompanied Jean-Claude Dreyfus in his show “de Porc en Port” performed in Paris at the Théâtre des Abbesses and Théâtre du Palais Royal for which he wrote all the arrangements. He participated to a tribute to Gershwin and Bernstein at the Conservatory of Nanterre. As a pianist he intervened at the theatre in the play “une Chaîne Anglaise” by Eugene Labiche, directed by Jean-Paul Tribout. With the soprano Edwige Bourdy, he performed at the festival of Avignon and the Ranelagh Theatre in her song recital “L’Oiseau Rare” directed by Catherine Loeb. At the Festival of the Ile de Ré, he accompanies all the invited singing artists, songwriters and composers. He regularly accompanies artists such as Enzo Enzo, Ariane Dubillard, Art Mengo, Philippe Lavil, Yves Duteil… At the moment he is accompanying Laurent Soffiati in his song recital “D’un Exil mon Amour”. Sunday, May 22, 2011


Laettia de Fombelle Beauty of Art is truth's smile when she beholds her own reflection in a perfect mirror. Having studied literature and theatre at the Sorbonne, she set out to become an actress, a singer, and an acting director. She soon joined a theatre company, la Troupe des Bords de Scène, where she interpreted Ionesco, Anouilh and Tchekhov. She first appeared on the screen in a short film by Jean Rousselot that won the Golden Bear in Berlin. After spending two years in Vietnam, in 2001 she created her own studio where she teaches theatre. She directed numerous plays by authors such as Wilde and Lagarce. As an actress, she recently appeared on stage in the role of Emma in Harold Pinter's Betrayal (2010). Her most recent screen appearance was in Lights Out which was presented at Cannes in 2010. She will be appearing at the Avignon Theater Festival in 2011 as one of the voices in the ballet "Chambres d'hotels" by the choreographer Valérie Rivière. But above all, hats off to Laetitia de Fombelle! Always overpoweringly authentic, the cheeky sassy actress whom we discovered in Rose Cats at Théâtre du Renard creates a masterful mixture of subtle flaws. Beautiful and moving, impeccably put together and irresistibly coming apart, hovering between desire and respectability, she conveys through her voice and through her movements that imperceptible yet stunning shift towards the almost shattered, suggesting with toughened composure that there lurks not only tragedy in this drama, but troubling depth to her character. Laetitia de Fombelle is a subtle and nuanced actress, whose generous nature enables her to achieve what is most difficult on stage : transforming a character into a person.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Namiko Gahier-Ogawa Director, Dancer and Choreographer. Two sisters, Movement and Sound they never lie...

"Namiko, french and japanese, first graduated with a Masters Degree of Literature before dedicating herself to dance. Since then, her love for semiology and poetry support all her composition works. After studying piano in a conservatory during 15 years, she entered the Rick Odums International Institute and obtained the National Degree in Jazz dance. She deepened her contemporary and improvisation skills through Masterclasses with  the Ultima Vez/Wim Wandekeybus Company, Akram Khan C., Forsythe C., Batsheva C., DV8 C., and Damien Jalet (collaborator of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui), between others. In New York, she trained at the Alvin Ailey School and back to Paris, she founded the Yumé Arts Company in 2004. In parallel with the  pluridisciplinary productions of her company, co-directed with V. Fajnzylber, such as : KAWA-the Skin, TRA NOI, les échos de l’étranger (awarded by the PARIS YOUNG TALENTS/ 1st Prize), YUREI - Spirited or NOBIRU HIKARI - The Glowing Flow, Namiko danced for the english choreographers Amir Hosseinpour, Jonathan Lunn and Denni Sayers, in various operas such as De Vlaamse Opera of Antwerp / Gent (Belgium), De Nederlands Opera of Amsterdam (Holland), the Festspiel Haus of Baden-Baden (Germany) and the Coliseum of London (UK). She also choreographed for cinema and asked by the director Nicolas Engel, she made the choreography of the musical movie LES VOILIERS DU LUXEMBOURG, displayed in many European festivals and broadcasted on ARTE TV. In 2009, invited by Agua Sakra Company, she moved to Chile and created the trio CIMA with N. Bahna and J.P. Corro, based on the Mapuche Indian culture. She danced as well in the Festival of Santiago, and created a solo, LUNA MADRE, based on japanese traditional dance of Nihonbuyo  (studied in Tokyo with Master Sengiku). During her stay in South America, within the partnership of Theatre M100 and Centro Cultural Anandamapu - that she directed - she founded the platform CONEXION DANZA, to develop production support for chilean contemporary dance companies and international workshops. Her next project is the choreography for 12 actors and  baroque singers in an open-air production of MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Shakespeare, by J. Soori-Arachi, after a creation residency in Switzerland."

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Gilbert Peyre My creations are so endlessly fascinating because it's so accidental. It's so much like life. 'In

his own sculptur OpĂŠras as well as in his plastic art installations Gilbert Peyre makes alive his wishing, tender, fragile, affecting machines and denounces with a humour tinted with surrealism the ridiculous agitation of our society which does not stop taking itself seriously. Successively Plastic Artist, Stage Director, Visionary, this unclassable artist is mixing with grace the technology, the drama, poetry, the absurdity, and with nothing, says all to us. 'Peyre is perhaps best known outside of France due to the prominent appearance of his mechanical devices in the films 'Delicatessan', 'City of Lost Children', 'Alien: Resurrection', 'Amelie', and 'Micmacs' by the director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. French art critic Gilbert Lascault says: "The cosmos of Gilbert Peyre is at the same time a museum of Arts and MĂŠtiers, an engine room, a funfair, a music hall, an opera, a spectacle of conjurer or magician, a phantasmagoria, a ceremony, a liturgy, a cavalcade, a procession, a zoo, a circus, an orgy, a mechanical comedy, a comical apocalypse".

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Maria Tecce  Admiration of beauty is Taste.The creation of beauty is Art.

Bostonian Maria Tecce is one of the highlights of Europe's smart and adventurous cabaret scene. Her cheekbones can slice a man's ego in half, her smile could thaw Siberia, and the way she might direct her finely sculpted eyebrows at you is only frightening.” – The Times “A tour-de-force performance... Audrey Hepburn channeling Eartha Kitt.” – The Boston Herald “... the vocal grace of a ballerina... Maria's voice soared even further on her Spanish repetoire, as if the linguistic border-crossing lends it a further velveteen layer in which to luxuriate. Sheer theatrical brilliance.” – The Times "Wonderful talent! Superb ...I will be featuring more of Ms. Tecce in future programs!" Michael Parkinson, BBC Radio 2 " – Sunday Supplement" “...this latest album ['Torch Song'] seamlessly combines standards, contemporary tunes, and the self-penned 'Someday'...Tecce takes on the torch singer's mantle with an unassuming, expressive power... Torch Song will surely bolster this gifted artist's burgeoning reputation.” – Peter Quinn, Jazzwise Magazine “…Maria Tecce couldn’t do any more to evoke enduring elegance and insouciant patrician style.…her vocals move from vivacious scat to sensual purr with easily swinging jazz standards that exude effortless cool …” – Mick Heaney, The Irish Times Sunday, May 22, 2011


Anne-May Isabelle de Lijser Amsterdam, 16-11-1984

Life is full of beauty. Observe it ! Notice the butterfly, the smell of the rain, the small baby, and the smiling faces. Greet the rainbow and touch the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams...It is so wonderful to be a woman ! A Martial Arts Master (Vyayam, Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Capoeira), A Top Model, A Poet, A Writer , An Actress, A Piano PLayer A Teacher - Vyayam / Maipayat (Vedic Breath-Martial Art), A Contemporary Dancer and A Choreographer. Since her graduation at the Rotterdam Dance Academy in 2004, Anne-May has been working with several dance companies, choreographers and directors, such as Elshout/Handeler, Jakob Ahlbom, Gerard Mosterd and Meekers. As a choreographer she has created pieces such as 'Paradox of Oneness' (2003) 'Shine' (2004) and 'Naturaleza' (2009). An important part of her work are co-creations with artists from different cultures and disciplines. She collaborated with artists such as Ron Bunzl (The Netherlands), Estas Tonne (Mexico) and Pajarin Saavedra (Argentina). The last years Anne-May's work has shifted towards theatre and mime, resulting in performances that cross borders between dance and theatre.

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Sunday, May 22, 2011


Jasmine Soori-Arachi actor / director

A correct approach to the art is like an affectionate kiss.... A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Jasmine Soori-Arachi was awarded a B.A. ‘cum laude’ in Cultural Studies (specialization psycholinguistics) from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Instead of continuing her career in linguistics, however, her love of acting convinced her to pursue a life in the theater. She subsequently trained at the international theater school ITS DNA, and then at the Dutch national conservatory for acting and cabaret (Kleinkunstacademie Amsterdam). Afterwards, she continued to learn from such masters as Shusaku Takeuchi, guest choreographer of Nederlands Danstheater and Ola Mafalaani, guest director of Toneelgroep Amsterdam, and artistic director of Noord Nederlands Toneel. Interested in creating multi-disciplinary theatre, she founded her own theater company, Chrysalis and wrote, produced and acted in the play Personae as well as produced a commedia dell’arte adaptation of Shakespeare’sTwelfth Night. While acting Shakespeare in Geoff Bullen’s class during an intensive at the Royal the Academy of Dramatic Art in London, she developed a passion for theater research. This eventually led her to France where she is currently completing her Master’s in Theater History and French baroque opera at the Sorbonne in Paris. In August 2010 she organized and curated an international residency for contemporary art called Return to Walden with the participation of nine artists from around the globe. The exhibition then travelled to the gallery TPTP in Paris in September 2010 where it enjoyed continued success. From December 2010 to January 2011 Jasmine was an intern for Mariame Clément on her production of Rameau’s Castor et Pollux at Theater an der Wien in Vienna. Future projects include creating and acting in a production about Marie Antoinette for the theatre in Villeneuve, Bourgogne in February, 2011 as well as directing Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the green in Passy, Bourgogne in July, 2011.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Kenzo Kusuda choreographer/dancer For every truth there is an ear somewhere to hear it... For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it... For every beautiful movement there is a heart somewhere to receive it! “

In the days he was studying economics and business management and working part-time at the fish market in Tokyo, Kusuda discovered dance as his form of expression and gained almost immediate recognition with his very personal and intense movement language. Since moving to The Netherlands in 1999, Kusuda has worked with various choreographers and groups: Boukje Schweigman, Emio Greco/PC, DOGTROEP, Shusaku Takeuchi, Cora Bos-Kroes, Michael Schumacher, Elshout/ Handeler, Dylan Newcomb, to name only a few. As a freelance choreographer, Kusuda has created pieces including: Moisture Rocket (2001), Hypnos Loco Loco Locomotion (2003), Invisitors' vista (2005), Honey Crypto (2008), Flora (2011), mainly working with Korzo Production in The Hague. Kusuda's work stems from a highly original imagination and aims for a communication with his audience precisely by finding a connection with their imaginative powers.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


At moments of great enthusiasm it seems to me that no one in the world has ever made something this beautiful and important. La Tour Rouge...

La tour rouge is a musical project that began a year ago between 5 young award winning Croatian jazz musicians that were in love with theatre, cabaret, street art, and of course, music. After performing at a few jazz festivals, La tour rouge decided to expand their world of audience in a more intimate way. The music style can be defined like something in between tango, circus, ethno, jazz, bossanova, cabaret, swing and kletzmer. The Musicians are: Ines Trickovic –vocal Mario Miladin-accordion Goran Rukavina-double bass Robert Polgar –sax, flute, clarinet, Alan Polzer- drums, percussion

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Matej Meštrović     

Some live only to discover magnificence of music All else is a form of waiting.

At an early age, Matej took an interest in music, and started studying music at the Functional Music School (the Elly Bašić School) when he was only six years old.After completing secondary music school , he enrolled in the Music Academy in Novi Sad (Serbia) . And in 1988 he transferred to the Music Academy in Zagreb, and completed the piano course in 2000. In April 1988 he created a live music backdrop for the cycle of Buster Keaton silent films, shown in the Multimedia Centre. At the Music Biennale Zagreb in 1991 he appeared with American New Age harpist Georgia Kelly and in 1993 with the group of musicians known as In Ripples. During the same time he also he created original musical material entitled Freedom of Water. The Following year, in February 1994, he put together a concert project for the Croatian Music Institute entitled: New Age for Every Age. And in October 1994 he moved to Amsterdam, where he worked as a composer for two years. There he composed the opera Gypsy Girl for the Italian opera director and producer Giuseppe Raffa. In April 1998 he composed the music for a 360-degree projection film directed by Vinko Brešan, One Day on the Croatian Coast, which was shown at the Lisbon Expo in 1998. In 2002 at the International Tourist Film Festival in Split (SWITF CRO 2002) he won the first prize for the best national tourist film and in September in 2004 a special prize from the mayor of Karlovy Vary for the film Croatian Dream Dubrovnik, and in October a prize for direction at SWITF CRO 2002, the international tourist film festival, for the original film Croatian Dream Dubrovnik; in 2005 he won a prize for the best tourist film in all categories at The international festival Tourfilm 2005 in Poznań ( Poland ). In 2004 he had the privilege to produce for the journal of National Geographic, an exclusive record; entitled Sounds of Velebit , with 45,000 copies distributed among its readers. As composer and director, he has produced a major project promoting the Croatian monumental heritage for UNESCO in May 2007.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


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Galitta Tassa Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well. Artist and shaman on a mission to share knowledge through creative expression to energize stimulate and heal individuals and communities to go on a Quest for liberation, leadership and happiness. Galitta energizes, entertains and coaches her public in an enjoyable journey of discovery of the power of happiness. It is her mission to help people discover their powers, but also their shadows that hold them back from achieving full potential.Bio She was born in Jerusalem in the summer of 1968. She grew up in a moshav – a cooperative village - in a community of Yemenite Hebrews who came to Israel during operation 'Flying Carpet'. The old Yemeni culture, the arts and crafts of singing, poetry, dance, embroidery, precious metalwork and play are still part of her daily and spiritual life. This unique woman and musician went on a journey of self discovery that became the source of her empowerment method “Your 4 Voices”, the Fertile Ground foundation and the Goddessa projects. In her self-empowerment workshops Galitta seeks the meeting point of male and female, east and west, the physical and the astral body and of consciousness. In addition, she enquires into, and gains inspiration from, shamanism, sound healing, kabbala, psychology, mythology, Eastern philosophy, mysticism, meditation, anthropology, Commedia dell’arte, tribal stories and history.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Mirjana Šajinović But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a woman and the life she leads? Born in Slovenia 1972,in 1999 Mirjana graduated from the Academy of Theatre ,Radio,Film and Televison at the University of Ljubljana,Slovenia.Since 1996 Mirjana has been a company member of the Slovenian National Theatre in Maribor,where she has performed a wide variety of lead and supporting roles including Sofija Aleksandrovna in Uncle Vanja,PollyPeachum in The Threepenny Opera,Dorothy in Wizard of Ozz and Elektra in Orestes.Mirjana has created and performed three solo performances,two of which have been nominated for best actress awards. On february 2007 she performed Which in Macbeth in The Royal Shakespeare Company on The Complite Shakespeare works ,produced by Song of the Goat theatre from Poland. She played the female lead in a short film entitled Atorzija which won a Golden Bear at Berlin Film Festival in 2003 and was nominated for the 2004 Oscars.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


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Folle Mente

For excellent theater or festival you need three things - the play, the actors and the audience, ... and each must give something! FolleMente is principally composed by two actors-animators, Stefano Giomi and Margherita Cavalca. The company was born after the division of another company called "Rokula Purpura": with this company we've worked in many different festivals such as Mercantia (Certaldo), a street art festival; La Luna è Azzurra (S.Miniato), a festival of theatre of figures; the International Theatre of Figures Festival in Wels (Austria); Ibla Buskers Festival (Ragusa Ibla, Sicily)... and many others. Besides with this company we've worked for some shows with Claudio Cinelli. At present our company FolleMente collaborates with "Teatrombria" by Grazia Bellucci. The FolleMente Company produces theatre of figure's shows for theatres and for the street. Our own shows are shows of theatre of figure but also comic-street cabaret and are very suitable for square's and street situations and for the direct contact with the audience. So... with time our shows are today a kind of cabaret-variety shows with puppets. The style of our shows is born from the desire to twist and to distort classical technics and traditional roles. You can find puppets that act like the actors, strange creatures that sing the love, theatric text told with surrealistic ways, paranoia emotions between the puppet and its creator... for to create a game of sentiments, dreams, irony, humor, evocative power, reflection and poetry .

Sunday, May 22, 2011


A Collective Voice Of Women 06/07  to debut in June at Le Petit Festival! We are artists...We are coming to Le Petit to live out loud.Our expo? Anything becomes interesting if you look at it long enough! Ana Barage, Miha Erjavec, Stella Ivšek, Matjaz Komel,Anita Lozar, Anze Pintar, Luka Seme, Tanja Semion, Hana Stupica  9

personalities, 9 different ways, 9 unique minds, and 3 common things: Dancing, Drinking and Sex.

They met for the first time at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana in the fall of June 2007. Immediately drawn to each other by their common interests, among them drawing and visual communications. As a result they teamed up together and formed " A Collective Voice 06/07" as an outlet of expression. Collective Voice 06/07 will debut in full force at this years much awaited Le Petit Festival, where they will talk candidly about Women, Women's rights, Sexuality, Erotics, Feminism and Naked chicks. Their voice will manifest through various graphic arts, photography, drawings, illustrations and books. Their primary aim is to inspire and move other women to express their deepest desires and to talk openly about what matters most to them.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


ALEKSANDRA BLAGOJEVIĆ Only a theater has a taste for so many different truths and lies... It is a passion which spares nothing. Theater school – University of Arts /Academy of Art “BK” ; discipline: Dramatic writing, scriptwriting and theater director, Belgrade, Serbia 2002 - 2006 Faculty of Education – textile and fashion design, Maribor, Slovenia 1997 – 2001 Drama Center – courses and performances, Glasbena Matica, Maribor, Slovenia 1993 DRAMATURGY AND DIRECTING (2007- 2009) Event in the Gogi city (dramaturgy) by Aleksandre Popovski ; Slovenian National theatre Celje • Slovenian Stock Characters (dramaturgy) by Željko Vukmirica, Slovenian National theatre Celje • When the moon is increasing (dramaturgy) by Tina Valentan , Ita Burma Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Theatre of dance, Ljubljana Slovenia Barvarska street between Sao Paolo and Tirana (dramaturgy) •

TEACHING EXPERIENCE – permanent teacher: Dramatic writing, scriptwriting and acting class: Theatre school Moment in co-production with Slovenian National Theatre Maribor Slovenia 2007-2010 Dramaturgy of dance: Dancing box Maribor Slovenia 2008-2010 This unusual actress , dramaturge and director has done much more , but her power of interpretation of several characters in one play remind us on legendary Glenda Jackson.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Albert Alel Kessler There's no retirement for an artist, it's your way of living so there's no end to it.  Born in October,1978 and raised in Austria, he graduated from the "Performing Arts Studios Vienna" in 2001 with a degree in Acting, Singing, and Dancing. His Chilean (through his mothers side) and Jewish-Czech (from his father's) heritage, and his many trips to Spain had a very strong influence on his personal and artistic development. During his musical education he discovered his talent as a director, ensemble-coach, and choreography. Three years after his graduation, he wrote and produced the interactive Solo-Musical ALEL and established it to become a 30 member cast musical show "ALEL Five Stories" in a coproduction with the Public Music Schools of Vienna (Musiklehranstalten Wien), for where he also gives workshops in the classes of "Music-Interpretation" and "Performance Technique". Out of this Show-project the company ALEL's creative productions was founded in May 2005, featuring Albert Kessler as a performing artist (actor, singer etc.) as well as leading/creative artist (director, coach, author, composer). Since 2011 he has been coaching the students from State Opera of Ballett in Vienna in "mime and physical theare", and constantly keeps working on his Variety Program: Variety &Clownery with his wife Nele. ... Sunday, May 22, 2011


Nele Moser Music is an act of endless forgiveness, a tender touch which becomes a habit. 

"Already with 4 years Nele discoverd her musical talent by arranging simple childrens-songs for two hand piano accompany, befor even having studied the instrument. Her love for dance and the performing arts grew in high school. She managed to be chosen into an international Performing Arts Studio in Vienna having to take on several extra jobs to be able to support herself through these intense years. She graduated in the year 2000 and can now look back on a diverse career: Dance Cybershows (F@lcon in Ronacher), Music Cabaret (Kabarett Simpl), Musical Theatre (Jekyll & Hyde) and Operetta (Role on Inkeeper "Jette" "Der Vogelhändler", and finally "Die Fledermaus" Japan tour June 2011). As a solo artist she is coming back to her roots as a tasteful and charming arranger of songs for piano&voice, which she loves to perform in humurous singer&songerwiter-cabaretstyle. She is co-founder of "MONDIAL"-An All Stylez Show (last big concert in Wiener Musikverein Sept 2009) with her husband Alel. The couple is happily married since June 2009.Nele is working also as a coach for students of the State Theatre Vienna She has made experiences in almost every kind of entertainment and stage work. Her passion however always was in piano, voice and comedy, which she started to build up as a solo artist within the last 2 years successfully. Sunday, May 22, 2011


I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.

Ivona Posavi Pšak She is a self-taught jewelry designer who's passion for making jewelry began 10 years ago. Through the years, Ivona's creative endeavor has evolved, developing a remarkable style; working primarily with silver, precious, semi-precious stones and glass beads. Since then, she has launched  a rockin line of  statement pieces named IMNIUM, which showcases a collection of superbly handcrafted jewelry inspired mainly by her love of architecture, robotics, art nouveau, art deco and music.   Each avant-garde piece is constructed entirely by hand (down to the beading and wire-work). The resulting multi-strand pendants, bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings are  one of a kind. Ivona seeks to create fun and interesting jewelry for women of all ages. You will often find her unique creations in various group exhibitions throughout Croatia. She has collaborated with talented designer Roth and Blazenko Skoranec's Darko Evolution fashion shows in Varazdin. Also, she exhibited her stunning works of wearable art in Spancirfest 2005 and most recently at the Zagreb Fashion week in 2010.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Aleksandra Ranković A woman should be four things: classy, inteligent, modest and fabulous. Aleksandra Rankovic ‘ s wondrous fashion designs are highly sought-after by a significant number of prominent people from the Belgrade fashion and art scene. Wearing her clothes and accessories does not only mean being well dressed this season, but it also signifies being a trendsetter. Aleksandra requires her clothes to “make a statement. A strong statement.” Describing her almost cinematic aesthetic as “Sophisticated,” and “not for the faint of heart,” projecting power and poise to anyone that puts on her designs, her pieces are meant to make you stand out and you ‘re likely to be the center of attention wherever you go. At its core, Aleksandra’s fashion puts us into an interesting reflective and sensitive world that operates within post modernistic influences, but always with her recognizable peculiar signature. "Vivivan Westwood of Serbia"  is consistently inventive and creative with perfect construction and an enviable astounding technical skill. And as a result of her amazing talent and passion for design, her collections are always innovative and full of captivating details.Which not only enriches her poetic creations, but innovatively and intelligently turns them into those precious books that one always reads again and again...

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Love is a little train careless of time and distance, lazily & stubbornly waiting on each station for always new mystery and pleasant surprise to embark. Some call it... Le Petit Festival du ThÊâtre.

Sunday, May 22, 2011


Artists and performers of LPF 2011  

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