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19h00 – 19h30 – OPENING EXHIBITION  

Up Yours! Tokyo Punk & Japanarchy Today. A photo documentation of five years in the Tokyo underground punk scene by Chris Low

Sub-culture Club: Documenting street culture in London, Los Angeles & Tokyo by Chris Low

Artist: Chris Low

July 5th-31st August

Price: free.

Casa Comum, Porto

KISMIF WARM UP Looking for a KissMif

21h00 – 23h00 – SCREENING ‘Ama Romanta – Uma Utopia que Fazia Discos’ [Ama Romanta – A Utopia That Made Records’ by Carlos Mendes and Vasco Bação

Price: free.

Salão Nobre da Reitoria da Universidade do Porto [Main Hall of the Rectory of the University of Porto], Porto.

23h00 – 00h00 – ONLINE DJSET Looking for a KissMif

Clubbing: DJ Collective DJ’s KISSMyF

Casa Comum, Porto, Online

Price: free.

 

08h30 – 08h50 – MEDITATION ONLINE Zen Buddhist meditation practice (zazen) led by Andrea Copeliovitch

Facilitator: Andrea Copeliovitch

Online

Price: free.

From 09h30 – Opening and Registration

Rivoli Theater – Porto

10h00 – 10h30 – Summer School Official Opening and Welcome Speeches

Rivoli Theater – Porto

10h30 – 11h30 – WORKSHOP Researching and theorizing (d)evolving music spaces

Rivoli Theater – Porto

11h30 – 12h00 – Coffee-break

Rivoli Theater – Porto

12h00 – 13h00 – CREATIVE WORKSHOP What if what She said that’s all folks?

Rivoli Theater – Porto

13h00 – 14h30 – Lunch

Rivoli Theater – Porto.

14h30 – 15h30 – CINÉ-ETHNOMUSICOLOGY  WORKSHOP From ‘Waiting to Connect’ to ‘And, And, And…’: making a polydisciplinamorous research-creation film

Rivoli Theater – Porto

15h30 – 16h30 – WORKSHOP Pandemic times: urban and digital Anthropology contributions in the research of musical collectives in downtown São Paulo

Rivoli Theater – Porto

16h30 – 17h00 – Coffee-break

Rivoli Theater – Porto

17h00 – 18h00 – CREATIVE WORKSHOP Social network analysis, phenomenology and thematic analysis: using punk, DIY, the critique of religion as an example

Rivoli Theater – Porto

17h30 – 18h30 – OPENING EXHIBITION  MACKINTÓXICO: From the Edge to the Galaxy

Artist: Tó Trips

July 6th-31st July

Price: free.

Mercado Municipal de Matosinhos – Matosinhos

18h00 – 19h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES       

Hebdige and Subculture in the Twenty-First Century: Through the Subcultural Lens by Peter Webb

Rivoli Theater – Porto

20h30 – 21h30 – SCREENING ‘Um punk chamado Ribas’ [A punk called Ribas] + Q&A Session with Paulo Antunes

Price: 3€ (https://www.bol.pt/)

Pequeno Auditório [Small Auditorium], Rivoli Theater – Porto

22h30 GIG SUNFLOWERS

Price: 7€ (https://www.bol.pt/).

Subpalco [Under Stage], Rivoli Theater – Porto

 

08h30 – 08h50 – MEDITATION ONLINE Zen Buddhist meditation practice (zazen) led by Andrea Copeliovitch

Facilitator: Andrea Copeliovitch

Online

Price: free.

From 08h30 – Opening and Registration

Casa da Música, Porto

09h00 – 09h30 – Official opening and Welcome Speeches

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto.

09h30 – 10h30 – PLENARY LECTURE  John Street

‘Can a song change the world? Protest music as political action’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

10h30 – 11h00 – Pause

[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Coffee-Breaks available on 7 July 2021. However, Casa da Música has a bar/ restaurant, where all the participants can drink coffee, etc.]

Casa da Música, Porto

11h00 – 12h00 – PLENARY LECTURE Matthew Worley

‘Whip In My Valise: British Punk and the Marquis de Sade, c. 1975–85’  

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

12h00 – 13h00 Q&A SESSION Tony Drayton 

‘Ripped and Torn: 1976-79 – The Loudest Punk Fanzine in the UK’  

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

13h00 – 14h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES      

A Women’s History of the Beatles by Christine Feldman-Barrett

 ‘ZINES#2 and ZINES#3 Embodied DIY: Feminist and Queer Zines in a Transglobal World’ by Paula Guerra na Laura Lopez Casado

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

13h00 – 14h30 – Lunch

[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Lunch Bags available on 7 July 2021. However, Casa da Música has a bar/ restaurant where all participants can lunch (the purchase of lunches can be made on 7 July 2021 at Casa da Música.]

14h30 – 15h00 – PLENARY LECTURE Paulo Furtado

‘COVID and other roads to walk’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

15h00 – 15h30 – PLENARY LECTURE Stephanie Phillips, Chardine Taylor-Stone, Estella Adeueri, The Big Joanie

‘Resistance in the Sky’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

15h30 – 16h00 – Pause

[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Coffee-Breaks available on 7 July 2021. However, Casa da Música has a bar/ restaurant, where all the participants can drink coffee, etc.]

Casa da Música, Porto

16h00 – 16h45 – PLENARY LECTURE Lucy Robinson

‘We Are All Intellectuals’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

16h45 – 17h15 – Q&A SESSION Jemima Dury

‘Hallo Sausages: The lyrics of Ian Dury’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

17h15 – 17h45 – Q&A SESSION Celeste Bell

‘About Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

17h45 – 18h00 – Pause

[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Coffee-Breaks available on 7 July 2021. However, Casa da Música has a bar/ restaurant, where all the participants can drink coffee, etc.]

Casa da Música, Porto

18h00 – 19h00 – PLENARY LECTURE Mykaell Riley

‘High Art Versus Low Art’

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

19h00 – 20h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES        

Não Dá para Ficar Parado. Música Afro-Portuguesa, celebração, conflito e esperança [‘You Can’t Stand Still. Afro-Portuguese music, celebration, conflict and hope’] by Vítor Belanciano

 ‘Ripped and Torn: 1976-79 – The Loudest Punk Fanzine in the UK’ by Tony Drayton

‘Ripped, torn and cut: Pop, politics and punk fanzines from 1976’ by Matthew Worley.

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

20h30 – 22h30 – SCREENING  ‘Bass Culture’ + Q&A Session with Mykaell Riley

Price: 3€ (https://www.bol.pt/).

Pequeno Auditório [Small Auditorium], Rivoli Theater, Porto.

21h00 – 00h00 – ONLINE DJSET Make Bennett Not War

Clubbing: DJ Collective DJ’s KISSMyF

Price: free.

Casa Comum, Porto, Online

22h30 – GIG  Tó Trips

Price: 7€ (https://www.bol.pt/).

Subpalco [Under Stage], Rivoli Theater, Porto

 

From 08h20 – Registration

Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto.

08h30 – 08h50 – MEDITATION ONLINE Zen Buddhist meditation practice (zazen) led by Andrea Copeliovitch

Facilitator: Andrea Copeliovitch

Online

Price: free.

09h00 – 10h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS  

 1.1. ‘In the Flesh’: Punk, (r)eXistence and contemporaneity

Rethinking punk recording & production: Elitism, liveness and the DIY myth

Punktopia: An alternative to resistance?

Keeping the punk spirit alive: How the creation of a music collective helped the local punk scene of Xanthi thrive again

Punk, deindustrialisation and ruins

Hardcore punk and skateboard and its relationship with territory photography within contemporary arts

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

2.6. ‘Chasing Rainbows / Transglobal Modern Times’: The connection between DIY and sonic creation in the world

Battle rap DIY Culture in the Philippine context: Handog ng Pilipino sa Mundo

Strange Formations: the DIY math rock promoter as scene gatekeeper

Transforming: Istanbul`s queer music scene

Not just… ‘Angry music for angry people’: Thessaloniki’s DIY music activity and ‘The Capitalist State of Metapolitefsis’ 

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

5.1. ‘My heart’s a tart, your body’s rent’: Gender politics, femininity, feminism and the artistic and cultural scenes

The gender and sexual politics of the Swiss “alternative” music venue ‘Palace’: Reflections on ethnographic evidence

A contribution to the definition of women roles in dancehall – Stories lived through femininity

Gender in music press & punk feminism

Issues of gender in jazz cultures: Portugal and Turkey, a comparative approach

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 5.4. ‘I don’t want your money honey, I want your love’: gender constructions within the music industry

‘There was nothing else like us’: Women in Melbourne’s music scene across five decades

Performers working within the upperground and underground: The case of the MeToo movement in Sweden

Beyond gangstas, pimps and hos: construction of gender in Native American hip hop

On Queer Turf: Safe Space, Inclusion, and Separatism in US Queer Open Mics

From Riot Grrrls to Millennials: the new age of the DIY culture and feminism

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

8.1. ‘Chains of superstition all come undone’: COVID-19 challenges and artistic difficulties

The Challenges for Cultural Spaces during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Collaborative spaces and temporary uses in Berlin

The Seara – Mutual Support Center of Santa Bárbara squatting: direct action, artistic practices and urban intervention in the Portuguese Covid-19 first lockdown

‘I’ll record it… let me just try to understand how I hold the microphone on the bass’: From live performance to DIY during the COVID-19 pandemic

Control… Release: Anticipating how underground dance music scenes emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic

How can ‘Live Houses’ in Taiwan survive the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

10h30 – 11h00 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

11h00 – 12h00 – PLENARY LECTURE Hyunjoon Shin  

‘Subcultural activism, a Misnomer Made in (East) Asia?’

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h00 – 12h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES        

Music Cities: Evaluating a Global Cultural Policy Concept by Christina Ballico and Allan Watson

 ‘Towards Gender Equality in the music Industry’ by Chaterine Strong & Sarah Raine

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h30 – 13h00 – OPENING EXHIBITION ‘An Outside Look. Photographs of migrant women exiled in their own art’ by Elizângela Pinheiro

Artist: Elizângela Pinheiro.

8th-10th July 2021

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h30 – 13h30 – Lunch

Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto

13h30 – 14h30 – PLENARY LECTURE  Roberta Shapiro

‘How DIY is hip-hop dancing in France?’

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

14h30 – 16h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 2.5. ‘Work It, Make It, Do It’: the technological approach to DIY

www.sensorhythms.com: multimodal engagements with the DIY electronic music scene of São Paulo

son0_morph:01-04 ‘Immersive technological DIY environments for creative sonic practice’

‘It doesn’t matter what you do: the point is that people talk to each other’. From the pub to the concert hall: DIY in action at Chez Narcisse No Time for Drama: A Case Study of DIY in an Institutional Setting

Whatever Happens Next: The lost DIY band from nowhere Swell Maps from ‘Read about Seymour’ to ‘Jane from Occupied Europe’

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 4.3. ‘Thought I could crank up the noise’. Sounds, spaces and pleasures

The independent music scene and its importance in tensioning hegemonic knowledge: the case of the independent experimental music scene in São Paulo

The Real McKenzies and the Marginalising Discourse of highlandism

Setting Porto’s jazz scene: Culture, Spaces, and Networks

Making a scene!

Hidden histories: Music, place and the musical reimagining of New York’s East and Greenwich Villages

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 5.2. ‘She eyes me like a Pisces’: affectivity, feminism and gender equalities

It just doesn’t feel equal’: affective solidarity and feminist musical engagement in a Swedish context

Towards (trans)feminist 3D rendering practices

The politics of Brazilian dissident gender identities: urban bodygraphy, resistance and (re)existence through poetry in São Paulo

Gothic is female too. Gender equality in a musical subculture

Headless Women and Other Events: Creating feminist narratives to public art through DIY wheat-paste posters

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 6.2. ‘Who’s Generation!’: Technologies and noise spirals

Young asylum seekers’ music consumption practices: An artographic inquiry

The sonic experience of experimental electronics and hardcore techno

How will music recommendation survive in everyday? Algorithmic cultures in Spotify playlists as mediations of performances in Brazilian users

Keep it filtered, make it sound valuable!

Timbre’s affective semiosis in Brazilian indie rock

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 8.2. ‘The Story of the Clash’: Music scenes, COVID-19 and alternative culture

‘Bring back the tourists!’ The impact of Covid-19 on Lisbon’s fado music scene

‘An alternative is not possible’. The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the Italian live music industry and the resistance of the independent scene to live-streaming concerts

Black boxes in times of pandemic: The COVID-19 pandemic and the acceleration of remote-digital transmissions of theatre

Obligatory DIY in times of crisis: Covid-19 adaptations of Turkish independent music scene

What is the price of your view? PERFORMANCE

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 10.3. Panel Values in non-professional participation in cultural and artistic activities: examples from the UNCHARTED project

Values from Community-engaged artistic projects

Values from culture and community based creative tourism

Values of autonomous culture: Illegal musical events in the times of COVID-19

The Values of Remote Participation in Choirs and Cultural Initiatives during Covid-19

ll Architecture POETRY PHOTOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

15h00 – 16h00 – OPENING EXHIBITION  Materiais Inflamáveis: Culturas de resistência, média alternativos e fanzines (1982- 2021) [Inflammable Materials: Resistance cultures, alternative media and fanzines (1982- 2021)] by Paula Guerra and Pedro Quintela

Curators: Paula Guerra and Pedro Quintela.

08 July 15 August

Gabinete Gráfico, Museu da Cidade do Porto [Graphic Office, Porto City Museum], Biblioteca Municipal Almeida Garrett, Porto

Price: free.

16h00 – 16h30 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto.

16h30 – 18h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 1.4. ‘Picking up the bodies on TV’: Punk, arts and REBELlion

Stencil Art: From punk to graf and street art

Re-conceptualizing punk & avant garde cinema

Searching for ‘Raw Power’ rock: The quest for punk authenticity and ethics in Detroit from early punk to the garage revival

The Wefts of resentment and revolt in the punk art: The subterranean sensibilities in São Paulo/Brazil in the 1980’s

Doing-It-Yourself’ or ‘Doing-It-Together’? Navigating the DIY value as an ageing punk woman

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 2.1. ‘(Good) Collapse under the Empire’: Humanitarianism, collaborative production/consumption and sustainable development

New sustainable cultures: (re)humanization, political act and nostalgia. The possibilities introduced by collaborative consumption without monetary benefits

DIY culture and practice in Galicia: the non-profit cultural association ‘NAVE 1839’ (2015-2020)

DIY branding practices of slow and vintage fashion brands in Budapest

Neon vortices and COVID masks: a DIY heuristic

The empowering potential of non-organized leisure time

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 3.1. ‘Down in the basement’: Identities, objects and artefacts

This could only be happening here: local identity formation in a Gainesville Zine Archive

Non-traditional media for non-traditional skateboarders: The Skate Witches Zine as a site of cultural resistance & radical inclusion

Easterlies/Westerlies: Echoes of the Eastern Europe underground in French fanzines

Fan artefacts and doing it themselves: The home-made graphics of punk devotees

‘The least we can do is put like a flag in the ground and say that we’re here’: archival impulses in UK DIY music spaces

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

7.2. ‘Out of Step’. Alternative methodologies and emancipatory participative pedagogies

Can we live a polydisciplinamorous ethico-aesthetic paradigm after the future?

Doing Visual Ethnomusicology in 2020

From scene films to scene videos: communities documenting themselves

Bicycle resistance pedagogies

BiPEDAL – ‘The (bi)cycle and its educative potential’. Uses of (bi)cycles as forms of participation in the educating city

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

9.1. ‘I break space around my time’: New forms of right to the city and protest

“Let’s burn it all down”. Direct action as a form of protest against violence in Mexico

Political participation of the music scenes during the national strikes in Bogotá (2019-2020)

Protest without soundtrack? Social movements, music and transformations in the post-crisis period

Dimensions of Politicisation in Research on Youth Music Subcultures

Vulnerability and Resistance in Nadia Vadori-Gauthier’s Urban Interventions of Une minute de danse par jour

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

11.1. ‘Nothing Left Inside’: Towards a new protest song in defence of indigenous communication

Contemporary indigenous music from the north of Mexico: between identity and fusion

A Voice to Be Heard: Contemporary indigenous American musical responses to environmental pollution and climate change

Flores and ‘Tijeras’. Quechua’s language revindication within trap and feminist lyrics

Rapping in the Greek-Cypriot dialect: readings beyond the words

Becoming a cultural entrepreneur in marginal social contexts: tensions and practices of agencement among music entrepreneurs from linguistic minorities

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

18h00 – 18h30 – OPENING EXHIBITION ‘Transa’

Artist: Ângela Berlinde.

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

19h00 – 20h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES       

Special Issue: Cultural Sociology and Artification by Roberta Shapiro

 ‘Transa Baladas do último sol’ [‘TRANSA, Ballads of the Last Sun’] by Ângela Berlinde

21h00 – 00h00 – DJSET Make Bennett Not War

Clubbing: DJ Collective DJ’s KISSMyF

Casa Comum, Porto, Online

Price: free.

21h00 – 00h00 – DINNER This ain’t no picnic. This is a banquet! This is lust!

Clubbing: DJ SET I Wanna be your Food by Ricardo Salazar

Porto, Surprise Venue

Price: 45€

21h30 – 01h30 – DJSET A Boy Named Sue feat. KISMIF

Online SPOTIFY.

Price: free.

From 08h20 – Registration

Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto

08h30 – 08h50 – MEDITATION ONLINE Zen Buddhist meditation practice (zazen) led by Andrea Copeliovitch

Facilitator: Andrea Copeliovitch

Online

Price: free.

09h00 – 10h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 2.3. ‘Wires Under Positive Tension’: an approach to the contemporary manifestations of creativity, DIY and difference

Zapping in alternative music: an analysis about DIY radios

Becoming the song: Feral aesthetics, AV, and auto-ethnography

The commonalities between the DIY cultures of rebetiko and blues

Notes on music, persistence and the bloody-minded musician in the DIY milieu

DIY institutions by necessity: state-funded local history museums in Russian small towns (online) National Research University Higher School of Economics

Punk, psychobilly and goth rocking on Carnival: Strange music, fashion and spiky

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 4.4. ‘What the World Needs Now’: Theory and practice of contemporary music scenes

Scene & DIY vs. current social developments: Updating concepts for future research?

Rock music and rocker’s lifestyles: looking at the social representations in the Portuguese contemporary society

Welcome to the Green Repub’: Reggae, sound system and corruption in post-comunist Romania

Fractured micro undergrounds: the translational work of independent music infrastructures in the Hong Kong underground music scenes’

Case studies: the self-positioning of Chinese metal music

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 6.6. Panel Making Music Festivals: diversity, space, freedom, encounter

Devolving to unreconstructed DIYers? Rethinking the urban music festivals for tourists (TempleBar TradFest)

Music festival as space of freedom: Past and present

Rites and responsibilities. Music Festivals and the cultural public sphere

Making Space: Difference and diversity at British music festivals

Constructing Encounters: How music festival producers deal with difference

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

8.3. Panel ‘Grave New World’. Youth, Music-Making and COVID-19

Youth, music making and well-being during a public health crisis

No More ‘European Safe Home’. A preliminary approach to music making in Portugal in pandemic times

‘It’s turned me from a professional to a ‘bedroom DJ’ once again’: COVID-19 and new forms of inequality for young music-makers

an unexplained emptiness SOUND AND VISUAL PERFORMANCE

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 11.4. Panel Subcultural challenges and a discussion on interpretation and meaning making outside of the West/Global North

Subcultural challenges and challenging subcultures: A discussion on interpretation and meaning making outside of the West/Global North

No More Heroes: From post-subcultures to a critical return to the notion of subculture in the Global South

A Travel to the Point of No Return? The (Re)signification of ‘Sub’ in late-20th Century South Korea (and East Asia)

Reflecting on subcultural theories in the interpretation of Chinese punk research

To End the Judgement of God in the Toilet PERFORMANCE

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

10h30 – 11h00 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto.

11h00 – 12h00 – PLENARY LECTURE Anna Szemere

‘Do It Yourself’ As ‘Do It Your Way’: Creativity in popular music and business practices in a neoliberal regime

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h00 – 12h30 OPENING EXHIBITION ‘White Privilege’ by Jubilee Street

Artist: Jubilee Street

Domination Room [Bar dos Professores], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h30 – 13h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES        

Punk, Fanzines and DIY Cultures in a Global World. Fast, Furious and Xerox by Paula Guerra and Pedro Quintela

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

13h00 – 14h00 – Lunch

Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto

14h00 – 15h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS  

 1.2. ‘Spitting out all types of sugar’: The metamorphoses of punk afterlife

The art of slouching: Posture in punk

Against Zion: Israeli punk and radical politics in the 90s and early 00s

Against the Stream: Finnish punk’s global reach from the periphery to the core (and back again)

‘Deutschland muss sterben, damit wir leben können‘. German punk rock and DIY memory of WWII

Rampa – Exhibition PERFORMANCE EXHIBITION

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

3.2. ‘Don’t you want me baby?’ Museums, heritage and memories

Developing personas and proto personas to enhance the art museum visitor experience

Challenging the Museum Heritage: exhibiting hip hop as aboriginal culture

Performativity of the memory in site-specific sound and visual narratives

Comic violence: Humour and horror in the Brazilian allegories of the culture wars

Technological dramas of neobakala music scene

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

5.3. ‘Where wigs are manes’: Queer identities in alternative media

Re-appraising Hi-Nrg, the Queer soundtrack to the 1980s

The space in the Iberian feminist queer zines

Fragments of a Queer Feminist Rock, Pop and Electronic Subculture in Vienna

Prefiguring futures in queer punk

The Non-Binary Possibilities of Zines and DIY Media

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

6.3. ‘Pumped up kids’: Youth and digital participation

Tik-Tok and politics. Youth participation via social media

Digital Music Platforms in China: New Taste and New Control

Youth culture participation, the life course and experience of life

Games Soundtracks: Sense production, creativity, subjectivity and marketing cooptation

Social Noises: ethnomusicological reflections on lo-fi and DIY practices

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

10.1. ‘Pursuit of liberty’. Artification, projects and contemporary perspectives

The business model through an ecosystem perspective: An exploratory approach applied to a cultural card

A duo’s do-it-yourself cinema

Cartography of photographic exhibitions of the Parallel Lives Project: Image as an emancipatory device

The multidisciplinary role of cultural management; a look for communication as management tool and key-activity

The global challenge of the inevitable(?)artistic institutionalization process

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 11.3. ‘This is not Enough, Stand Up and Fucking Fight’: Global South, precariousness, decolonial artistic practices and gender

Artistic research in Brazil: a possibility to the development of decolonial musical practices

‘If 6 Was 9’: Musical remediation as intertextual play in Vietnam War-Era epistolary song

The cultural impact of Beyoncé’s Black Is King

Feminist art, intersexuality and decoloniaty in the Global South

Musicians from the Colombian Caribbean: Cultural inequality and precariousness

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

15h30 – 17h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 2.2. ‘Another Music in a Different Room’: Creative processes and Do-it-yourself praxis and ethos

From a creative process to an alternative label: the DIY experience in the case of roller derby

Voice of the music industry? The Tensions between DIY culture and the British music press, 1975- 1985

Just another Typical Day at Work. DIY Careers in the Portuguese independent music scene

DIY Soul Time: Investigating learning and participation in the Scottish Northern Soul Scene

DIY: Giving yourself more cultural, creative freedom while recording Music & how that impacts marginalized communities around the globe PERFORMANCE

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

4.1. ‘Life after Life’ Crucial changes in urban space through arts and music

Independent cultural scene as an actor of changes in the urban space: The Example of Zadar

Rio de Janeiro: A city of camouflaged cities – Cultural heritage as a resistance territory in the 21st century city

The Eternal(ly Struggling) City: A roman musical journey between the local and the global

The improvised city: contributions of informal dwelling towards an expanded paradigm of the metropolis. The case of Porto, Portugal

The Legacy VIDEO PERFORMANCE

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

5.5. ‘Hear her voice, shake my window’: sexism and resistance

Smashing sexism and colonial gender norms: Punk feminism in the Philippines

Indie rock and gender in the digital world: the Spanish band Hinds

Rebel Girl: a collective alternative to the ‘flanêuse’?

‘The Knickers’ heavy metal: Protagonism, productions of senses and representativeness in feminist narratives Sung by Them

Pack Up Your Pink Tents: Camp goes to the Gala

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

6.5. ‘We are the heroes of our time’: cultural policies, music, festivals and struggles

Micropolicies of ethnic representation through music festivals: the case of Lisbon

Music festivals and other arts as instruments of culture and local sustainability in rural territories

‘I make you a ‘cafuné’’: music and resistance on a Zoom collaborative radio

Performance as Research in Communication: dérives and sound cartography in the city of São Paulo at the Paulista Aberta event

Exploring the cassette as a medium of participatory cultures in Manila

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 7.1. ‘Let’s Start A War’. Participatory cultures, music education and punk pedagogy

Larry and the Happy Hours’ Lockdown Sessions: Embracing Amateurism and DIY Music Making to Punk American School Music

Artistic education and the approach to the world of music. The case of jazz musicians in Barcelona

Bridging Nodes: Arts Instruction, Parental Education, and Omnivorous Consumption

A DIY musical Pedagogy

Case Studies for a possible sonic lab. Hugh Davies’ DIY and hacker methodologies

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

17h00 – 17h30 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto.

18h00 – 19h30 – SCREENING  ‘Ela é uma Música’ [She is a Music] + Q&A Session with Francisca Marvão

Price: 3€ (https://www.bol.pt/).

Pequeno Auditório [Small Auditorium], Rivoli Theater, Porto.

19h00 – 20h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES      

Bea Palya’s I’ll Be Your Plaything by Anna Szemere

 ‘Made in Hungary: Studies in Popular Music’ by Emilia Barna

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

21h00 – 00h00 – DJSET Make Bennett Not War

Clubbing: DJ Collective DJ’s KISSMyF

Casa Comum, Porto, Online

Price: free.

22h30 – 23h30 – GIG Matriarca Paralítica

Subpalco [Under Stage], Rivoli Theater, Porto

Price: 7€ (https://www.bol.pt/).

From 08h20 – Registration

Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto

08h30 – 08h50 – MEDITATION ONLINE Zen Buddhist meditation practice (zazen) led by Andrea Copeliovitch

Facilitator: Andrea Copeliovitch

Online

Price: free.

09h00 – 10h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 3.4. ‘Behind the Curtain’. Archive, graffiti and the new paths of artistic documentation

Representation and reconstruction of memories on graffiti writing – case study about animation as documentary strategy

ObEMMA: Operationalizations and expectations of a pioneer observatory of electronic music and media arts in Portugal

Constellation Records: a contemporary trans-local perspective shaped on music and mixed media arts

Secret places for secret societies. The digital monuments of Northern Soul

The poetic complexity of Encontros de Graffiti in the city of São Paulo

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

6.1. ‘I dismiss everything I see in front of me’: Bands, aura, charisma and heritage

The Darkly Splendid World: Contextualizing Current 93’s visions of a troubled world

Hot Valves: Neil Young, tube amps and the complexity of simplicity

From (post)soviet thrash to global pagan metaldom: prehistory of Latvian band Skyforger

Wogs at the Cornershop: British Asian histories through an indie band

The social lives of reissues: Rethinking object biography in popular music studies

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 6.4. ‘Leave the Door Open’: Music, audiences and behaviors

‘Are you taking the plastic from the CD’? Music, audiences and behaviors in the Eurovision Song Contest I

Ouvidor 63 Resist! Festival: urban occupations, music and city

Heterotopia, liminality and everyday life: The Boom Festival as an epiphenomenon of otherness

‘Viveiro was already hardcore’: the relevance of the local scene and its territory in the constitution and development of the Resurrection Fest

Community music festivals + Green status + On-Site proenvironmental behaviours = sustainability

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 10.2. ‘Art goes to Heaven’: Challenges of cultural and creative work between projects and mediations

One last chance to save a cultural district? The future of post-COVID19 Bairro Alto

Investigations on an expanded poetic writing

Art, market and the social place of the outsider artist: a brief diagnosis of the contemporary artistic field

Transnational identities in the Instagram feed: records of Felipe Pavani’s performances at the subway station in New York City

The Meeting between Warhol and Pasolini at the 1975 ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ exhibition

Breaking the Fourth Wall: the emergence and affirmation of artistic programming as art in Portugal in the last decade

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 11.2. ‘No survivors’. Migrations, movements, transits and transglobal society of arts and music

Reframing colonial narratives: Notes about post-photography

Diaspora, perspectivism and anachronism in rock from Bahia (Brazil): experience through albums covers

Women, migrations and rock without borders

A creative hideaway: artists and migrants women at Porto

Adressing global challenges through remotivation – coverversions in the repertoire of Mano Negra

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

10h30 – 11h00 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

11h00-11h30 Q&A SESSION Paloma McLardy aka Palmolive

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

11h30 – 12h00 –Q&A SESSION Cathy Claret

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h00 – 12h30 –Q&A SESSION Reyes Torío

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

12h30 – 13h00 – OPENING EXHIBITION ‘Ondinamix’ by Ondina Pires

Artist: Ondina Pires

Online

12h30 – 13h30 – Lunch

Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto, FLUP, Porto

13h30 – 15h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 2.4. DIY. DIT. DIO. Should We Just Do It?

Demand It Yourself: A case study of the DIY techniques in the Hong Kong protests

‘Doing-it-together’ in Toronto: Queer world-making, DIY ethos and resisting erasure

Theorizing the Rebellion: Exploring DIY, culture, and praxis among grassroots climate activists in Brisbane, Australia

Let’s Do-It-Ourselves (DIO) and Do It Now: Young people’s environmental activism

Feral spaces filled with sound: the making and performing of a DIY acousmonium COMMUNITY RADIO PERFORMANCE

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

3.3.The Road Is Long, The Road Is Hard’: Hidden stories and visual arts of contemporary counterculture

The dropouts are anticipating future economic policy: Work, class and countercultural legacies

Photography and the image of the self in punk women’s memoirs

Mail art from the eternal network to temporary exhibitions and archives

Appropriating Death: the works of Theodor Kittelsen in black metal album covers

Places of revolt: Geographical references in Slovak anarchist press around the turn of the millennium

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

4.5. ‘Glory Days’: Independence, artistic freedom and resilience in the cities

What is ‘independence’ to the independent rock scene? The case of the independent rock band collectives of Fortaleza (Brazil)

Casa da Tita in Florianópolis. Contributions to the formation of an artivist music scene

Divergences, Incisions, and Promises of Glory – Origins of Portuguese indie

The culture of noise: Expressivity in independent musical production in Curitiba

Ectoplastic: A film from the future, an ethnographic B movie FICTIONAL FILM PERFORMANCE

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

9.2. ‘Melancholy kaleidoscope’: Artivisms, resistances and new politics of life

The sonic experience of experimental electronics and hardcore techno

Odin teatret: third theatre and resistance

‘Flowers in the dustbin’: Punk lyrics and the transnational politics of resistance

Denunciation of the Colombian armed conflict through the modern sonorities in the industrialized cities: the cases of I.R.A., Masacre, La Pestilencia, Aterciopelados and 1280 Almas

The Emergence of Skinheads in the CSSR

Before the Lecture: My doll and I: A double cross-dressing performance using poetry SPOKEN WORD POETRY PERFORMANCE

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

9.4. Geographies of innovation, changing contexts and imagery protests

Fat body as resistance in Visual Arts: Elisa Queiroz’s Fat Activism

Protest images, collective portraits. Ten years after the 2011’s ‘Networks of Outrage and Hope’

My doll and I: A double cross-dressing performance using poetry

Spurious communication and dissatisfying resolutions: The potential killer of counter-hegemonic culture in the ‘Age of Divide’

The use of post-rock in screamo: an aesthetic-expressive device

Without Borders, Without Center: Collective practices in cinema

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

15h00 – 16h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS

 1.3. ‘I still don’t know what’s on my mind’: Building a present punk science

Why can’t I hear Marshallese music? A critique of the study of punk through punk method

Punks, prophets and the language of the people: Three decades of Afrikaans music from the ghettos of Cape Town

Symbolic exchanges, connections and territorialities in Southern Brazil: An ethnography of punk resistance between Porto Alegre and Curitiba

‘Los Frikis’: Origins of punk in Cuba

Babykatze PERFORMANCE EXHIBITION

Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões I], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

4.2. ‘Welcome to the End of Fun’. Public space, creativity and artistic-cultural interventions

From reflexivity to transformation: Activist research at a Prairie Encampment

Exoticization and internationalization in the cultural history of the fashion district Harajuku

Creative economy, crisis and new alternative spaces in the Port Area of Rio de Janeiro

Transforming urban public space through art initiative: Darağaç Art Collective in Turkey

In between building a refuge and a stepping stone: Organisational and financial analysis of underground music production in Turkey

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

4.6. ‘Well Paid Scientist’. Documents, social representations, narratives and communities

Bone in the Throat. Documenting and video archiving the Montréal hard-core scene

People and dancefloors: Narratives of drug-taking

Beating drums, living in communities: discourse, representation, and performance of self and group identity in Brazilians community-based percussion bands

The audiovisual archeology of David Bruno

The (in)visibility of the backstage: representations in a technical environment

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

8.4. Panel: Music and cancel culture in the digital era
Fandom controversies, haterism and cancel culture on digital networks and platforms

Bigmouth Strikes Again! Morrissey´s controversies and the culture of cancellation

‘Fuck you Roger, play the songs!’: rock, politics, artist-audience conflicts and the rise of ex-fans

Shazam Tracks & Voice Notes DJ PERFORMANCE
9.3. ‘Exploding views’. Post-digital resistance and activistic narratives

Post-digital music and the subtechnology of resistance in Chilean electronic music practices

Media activism in the music industry: the resistance of working-class women in online music network projects

A digital practice within, against and beyond capitalist mode of production

Imagetic and discursive narratives of the far right: Expressions of hate and colonization of the imaginary

RADIANT: Exposing and exhibiting an irradiated vagina and a cancerous endometrium

Room for One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

16h30 – 17h00 – Pause

Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

17h00 – 18h00 – CLOSING REMARKS

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

18h00 – 19h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES        

British Progressive Pop 1970-1980 by Andy Bennett

 ‘The Canterbury Sound in Popular Music: Scene, Identity and Myth’ by Andy Bennett

‘KISMIF Book Series’ by Paula Guerra and Andy Bennett.

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

18h00 – 00h00 – (AFTER) PARTY All Tomorrow Parties with KISMIF

Clubbing: A Boy Named Sue and Victor Torpedo.

Ferro Bar, Porto.

Price: free.

21h00 – 00h00 – DJSET Make Bennett Not War

Clubbing: DJ Collective DJ’s KISSMyF

Casa Comum, Porto, Online

Price: free.

 

 

 

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