Hommage à Zmago Posega: Ten Years Later

Zmago Posega, sculptor

20. August - 3. September 2019
Atrium
Free entrance

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FESTIVAL LJUBLJANA GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. SERVICE PROVIDER
1.1. FESTIVAL LJUBLJANA
Trg francoske revolucije 1
1000 Ljubljana

2. GENERAL
2.1. Upon arrival at a venue, audience members or purchasers of Festival Ljubljana events are required to switch off any mobile phones, watches or other devices that make noise and could disturb the performance.
2.2. Any audio and/or video recording or photography is strictly prohibited at all Festival Ljubljana events. Festival Ljubljana reserves the right to remove from a venue any audience member contravening this point. In this case, the audience member will not be entitled to any refunds or compensation for the ticket purchased, and will be liable to Festival Ljubljana for any damages it incurs as a result of the audience member contravening this point.
2.3. Festival Ljubljana reserves the right to change the programme, performers, venues and scheduled start times in cases including, but not limited to, performers’ illness, weather conditions preventing an event from taking place, other force majeure events and actions by audience members in contravention of these General Terms and Conditions.
2.4. Festival Ljubljana tickets are exempt from VAT (point 13 of Article 42 of the Value Added Tax Act in conjunction with Article 69 of the Rules on Implementation of the Value Added Tax Act).

3. KRIŽANKE OPEN-AIR THEATRE
3.1. The part of the Križanke Open-Air Theatre intended for the audience is not covered with a roof, which means that in the event of bad weather (rain, wind, etc.) the audience may be exposed to the elements; in such cases, Festival Ljubljana is not obligated to change the programme, venues and/or scheduled start times.
3.2. Seats in rows 9A, 14 and 15, seats in the balconies and seats located by statues and towers have a restricted view of the stage. Audience members viewing a performance from the these seats will not be entitled to a purchase price reduction, to a refund of the purchase price or to any compensation for such tickets. By purchasing such tickets, audience members shall be deemed to accept the aforementioned properties of these seats.

4. EVENTS WITH A BACK-UP LOCATION AND/OR TIME
4.1. Some events are organised by Festival Ljubljana with a back-up location and/or time, which is stated at ljubljanafestival.si and on the ticket, on which the back-up location and/or time, as well as other important information are indicated.
4.2. If an event referred to in point 4.1 is held in a back-up location and/or at a back-up time, the selected location and/or time will be announced no later than on the day of the event at www.ljubljanafestival.
4.3. If an event is held in a back-up location and/or at a back-up time, audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a purchase price reduction, a refund of the purchase price, any compensation or exchange of the ticket for a ticket to any other Festival Ljubljana event.

5. REFUND AND EXCHANGE OF TICKETS
5.1. If an event is interrupted or is not held due to a power cut, noise, adverse weather or any other external factor or force majeure (hereinafter: “reasons for interruption”), audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a refund of the purchase price, exchange of the ticket or any compensation for a purchased ticket.
5.2. If an event is cancelled other than for reasons referred to in point 5.1, in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions, audience members or purchasers will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price for a purchased ticket, or to have their purchased ticket exchanged for a ticket to any other Festival Ljubljana event.
5.3. The exchange of a ticket pursuant to point 5.2 above shall only be possible in the case of purchased tickets, and provided that there are still tickets available for the chosen event and provided further that any difference in price between the original purchased ticket and the new ticket is paid by the audience member or purchaser.
5.4. Exchange of tickets shall not be possible for events organised as co-productions with other organisers.
5.5. Audience members or purchasers may claim a refund of the purchase price for a purchased ticket at the sales point where they purchased the ticket.
5.6. If a ticket was purchased online, audience members or purchasers shall exercise their right to ticket exchange or to a refund of the purchase price at the online sales point of the vendor Eventim SI d.o.o., Celovška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. The vendor’s e-mail address: info@eventim.si.
5.7. Tickets can be exchanged or the purchase price refunded within 30 days of the cancelled event. Audience members or purchasers shall be refunded the amount that they actually paid to purchase the ticket. Where a ticket is exchanged for another ticket, the price actually paid for the ticket by the audience member or purchaser shall be taken as the basis for determining the exchange. In no case shall Festival Ljubljana refund audience members or purchasers who chose to exchange their tickets any difference in price between the original ticket purchased and the ticket to another event.
5.8. In cases referred to in point 2.3, audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a ticket exchange or a refund of the purchase price.

6. MOBILITY IMPAIRED PERSONS
6.1. Festival Ljubljana allows mobility impaired persons in wheelchairs to attend events for free.
6.2. Mobility impaired persons who wish to attend a Festival Ljubljana event must announce this in advance by telephone at +386 1 241 6026 or +386 1 241 6028.
6.3. Free attendance of events shall be offered to persons referred to in the preceding point until all available places are taken, with available places being allocated to those persons on a “first come, first served” basis.
6.4. Persons accompanying mobility impaired persons must purchase tickets.

7. GIFT VOUCHERS
7.1. Holders of gift vouchers issued by Festival Ljubljana can exchange their gift vouchers for tickets to any Festival Ljubljana event.
7.2. Gift vouchers can be exchanged for tickets to any Festival Ljubljana event chosen, subject to availability of tickets for such an event.
7.3. The value of a gift voucher is indicated thereon. If the value of the ticket is more than the value of the gift voucher, the gift voucher holder must pay the difference. If the value of the ticket is less than the value of the gift voucher, Festival Ljubljana will not be obliged to pay the difference to the gift voucher holder.
7.4. A gift voucher is transferrable and may be transferred to a third party without restrictions; it must be redeemed within five months of the date of its issue.

8. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AND STATEMENT OF CONFIDENTIALITY
8.1. Festival Ljubljana shall act as a controller and processor of personal data in the following cases:
– a complaint under the complaints procedure (point 8.1 and subsequent): the purpose of the processing is to resolve a complaint arising from a contractual relationship, and to meet regulatory standards relating to the resolution of complaints under the Consumer Protection Act.
8.2. In the case referred to in the preceding point, Festival Ljubljana shall collect and process the following information: name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.
8.3. Festival Ljubljana shall process collected personal data in accordance with applicable legislation on the protection of personal data.
8.4. Festival Ljubljana’s policy for managing and processing personal data is as follows:
– it never leases or sells data, and does not permit their processing by any third parties, except for contractual processors of personal data;
– it allows contractual processors to process personal data only provided that they ensure an adequate level of personal data protection as required by applicable legislation;
– it only retains personal data for as long as is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected;
– it undertakes to permanently protect all personal data;
– personal data are only processed by persons authorised for that purpose by Festival Ljubljana, and by contractual processors’ authorised persons;
– it amends the rules on personal data protection in line with changes to legislation on the protection of personal data.
8.5. Festival Ljubljana shall collect and process personal data (the first indent of point 8.1) on the basis of:
– point (b) of Article 6(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: “GDPR”),
– point (c) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR,
– point (e) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR,
– point (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR.
8.6. For all information concerning personal data processing or the rights of data subjects (rights to withdraw consent, to access, to rectification, to erasure, to restriction of processing, to data portability and to object), you can contact Festival Ljubljana using the contact information provided in point 1.1 of these General Terms and Conditions.
8.7. If you believe that the processing of your personal data breaches applicable legislation on the protection of personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner at the following address: Informacijski pooblaščenec, Zaloška cesta 59, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, tel.: +386 1 230 9730, e-mail: gp.ip@ip-rs.si.

9. AMENDMENTS TO THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
9.1. In the event of changes to any regulations relating to the operation of Festival Ljubljana, including regulations on personal data protection, or any other regulations, and in the event of changes to its own business policy, Festival Ljubljana shall amend these General Terms and Conditions.
9.2. All amendments to these General Terms and Conditions shall enter into force and be applied eight days after the publication of the amendments. Should amendments to these General Terms and Conditions be required owing to harmonisation with regulations, those amendments may exceptionally enter into force and be applied within a shorter period of time.

10. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
10.1. Audience members or purchasers shall submit a complaint regarding a Festival Ljubljana service in written form either via e-mail at maja.stojanov@ljubljanafestival.si or by registered mail at the following address:
Festival Ljubljana
Trg francoske revolucije 1
1000 Ljubljana – with the label: “FOR MARKETING”.
10.2. The complaint handling procedure shall be confidential.
10.3. In their complaint, audience members or purchasers must provide contact information (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address) and a detailed description of the incident and/or reasons for the complaint.
10.4. Festival Ljubljana will handle the complaint within eight days of receiving it in a written form. Within the same period, Festival Ljubljana will be obliged to send the audience member or purchaser a written reply to the complaint submitted.
10.5. Festival Ljubljana will endeavour to settle any dispute amicably.

These General Terms and Conditions shall enter into force on 25 July 2019.

Academy-trained sculptor Zmago Posega (Postojna, 1959–Šempeter pri Gorici, 2009) appeared on the art scene in Slovenia together with the rest of Generation 82 in the 1980s, a time when numerous artistic explorations were gathering pace and the prevailing opinion was that the style, symbol and structure – and also the modes of art – developed by the art of minimalism and conceptualism no longer made sense. That object and concept were key and that the end was nigh for modernist painting and figural sculpture. There was also a strong expectation of a continuation of the modernist paradigm, even though this was the time of postmodernism – something that critics and theorists defined and understood in very different ways, as did the painters who were Posega’s contemporaries, so the sculptor, blessed with a remarkable gift for feeling forms and volumes decided, right at the outset of his creative career, to follow his own instincts. His heart, his inner ambitions and his deepest desires. To follow his own path, equipped with all the knowledge he had gathered through years of schooling, and like “a dreamer whose dream got into his hands”, to borrow Rilke’s lyrical description of Rodin, realise his own visions, dreams and goals in a way that would be his alone. In harmony with his own internal search. In an environment that spoke to him and stimulated him. That is why he was happy to return home to the Goriška region once he had completed his education and, far from the pressures of the latest fashionable artistic quests, spent most of his time working without pressure and in peace in his own studio in Bilje. In a Goriška village that had been defined, ever since Roman times, by clay, which also became his favourite material for sculpting, since he had been working it ever since he was a child. In it, he expressed his first artistic ideas and realised that he had a gift. Many years later, just a few months before his premature death, he said of clay: “When embarking on new themes and ideas, I usually model them first in clay or ceramic, the material from which I shape and seek a means of expression, and then later give the newly created forms a final definition in stone or bronze.” Clay was his first material and perhaps also the one that bound him closest to itself, although he was equally sensitive and respectful towards other materials seen as traditionally “sculptural”, particularly stone and metal. It was precisely this connection and commitment to the traditional materials of sculpture that drew him to the material sculptural mass and the mastery of space in the broader and narrower senses of the word, and also to the figure and the fragment. To that sculptural way of seeing that reveals sculpture as a dialogue between artist and material, that breathes into it the life of new, living forms, full of associations, allusions, addresses. That by retreating from the rational, and also from the pure, abstract form, first addresses the figure, the human back, a fragment, and then a detail in countless visions.

Posega’s creative journey was special in many ways, since sculpture, as he saw it, demanded a great deal from him. Not only a suitable space, clay, stone, metal, wood and other traditional materials, but above all deep reflection, a clear vision and conception, an unerring sense for dimensions, volume and statics, surface and space; for the true and correct grip, touch and intervention of the hand, which with physical strength adds or takes away, smooths or cuts. Models. Composes. The roots of this journey can perhaps be found in Rodin’s famous definition of sculpture as the art of the hump and the hollow, as the art of forms in an interplay of light and shadow – words pronounced in the late nineteenth century that still had vivid significance in the 1980s, although in Posega’s case it seems that what spoke to him above all was people, and the nature and environment that offered him clay and stone. Various types of stone that encouraged both form and content, both haptic and visual effects and anthropomorphism and abstraction.

Zmago Posega was a sculptor, yet in his search for sculptural visions and messages he often turned very willingly to drawing, which became an important means of expression for him in the creative process. He did not only express himself in drawing, but also in a number of other painting techniques such as gouache, watercolours and pastels, in the exploratory tradition of the generation to which he belonged, and created an oeuvre that we might define as a search for the inner pulsions in two-dimensional expression, since as he said himself in 1998, sculpture was for him “only a part of the overall artistic space, while drawing is actually a kind of starting point with which you begin to think about sculpture. I do not mean to say, however, that every sculpture begins with a drawing; sometimes they are entirely independent and live their own life.”

He was already drawing attention to himself through his evocative sculptural language while a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana, where he developed as a sculptor, designer and artist under the aegis of remarkable sculptors and teachers – Dušan and Drago Tršar and Slavko Tihec – who were capable of drawing the best out of their students in both the human and the artistic sense, inspiring in them an interest in and love for traditional materials, forms and messages and at the same time persuading them to capture and hold in their creations their own inner, primary desire. Their sculptural vision. Their own sculptural statement, eloquent and heartfelt. Based on tradition and the innovativeness of the moment in which it is created. Posega’s sculpture is recognisably original and remains, as Brane Kovič puts it, “part of the modernist paradigm, an example of its continuity in a period to which the label of postmodernism had been applied…”

Zmago Posega was not satisfied with a statement that was attractive merely by virtue of its form, its expressive or monumental dimensions. Instead he embarked, with great sensitivity, on an exploration of the treatment of material and a search for a distinctive recognition, understanding and feeling of the artistic. Of the vital, the communicative. Captured in the beauty and expressiveness of the material, and also of space, surface and light, and above all its own inner speech. He created a series of small sculptures (Untitled, welded iron, 1990; Untitled, bronze, 1992; Untitled, fired clay, 1992; Untitled, marble, 1993), that reflect his specific artistic and sculptural approach, but also a series of public works, both commemorative sculpture, for the most part portrait busts (bust of Anton Rutar, bronze, 2003, Nova Gorica; bust of Simon Gregorčič, bronze, 2006, Gradišče nad Prvačino) but also a full-length figure (Vinko Vodopivec monument, bronze, 1992, Kromberk near Nova Gorica), and ambient sculpture, that also retain monumental dimensions (Sculpture from Forma Viva for Slovenia’s Roads Bled ’96, stone, Barje pri Ljubljani; Figure in a Circle, stone, 1998, Nova Gorica).

He worked in cycles and typically did not date his small and medium-sized works, which means that their date of creation is often defined above all by the sculptural approaches that recognisably impacted his mode of thinking and creating in a given period. Even so, it is worth underlining that he was initially fascinated by the human back, tense and arching, alive and erotic, so soft in its solid composition that it took on an existence as a complete and independent form. This was later followed by a profound statement in the form of various circular abstract compositions, like metaphors of the cycle of life-and-death, present and past, that speak through the aesthetics of derived forms and the hapticity of the surface. Both stone and bronze. A visible caesura in his sculptural work may be observed in the late 1980s, when he no longer relied so heavily on symbolic starting points, when he no longer sought only within the traditional language of sculpture defined by the modelling and treatment of volume, but instead focused on creating a pure, abstract form and turned to the expressive and technological possibilities offered by sheet metal and wood. Later on, he applied his new discoveries in a convincing manner to stone and bronze. Notable in this period are an eloquent suggestibility and subtlety reinforced by the interaction and responsivity of individual elements, although always with recognisable traces in the anthropomorphic tradition, so all-encompassing throughout his oeuvre, both in sculpture and drawing. We perceive his interest in both the visual and the haptic effect, that carry in themselves the originality of the artistic message. An insight into these sincere explorations is also provided by the selection of sculptures by his daughter Nana Posega and Nataša Benčič, a selection that touches and is forever written in the hearts of all who love sculpture and the profundity of a message captured in traditional sculptural material. In this selection, above all in stone and bronze.

Dr Nelida Nemec

Important information

FESTIVAL LJUBLJANA GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. SERVICE PROVIDER
1.1. FESTIVAL LJUBLJANA
Trg francoske revolucije 1
1000 Ljubljana

2. GENERAL
2.1. Upon arrival at a venue, audience members or purchasers of Festival Ljubljana events are required to switch off any mobile phones, watches or other devices that make noise and could disturb the performance.
2.2. Any audio and/or video recording or photography is strictly prohibited at all Festival Ljubljana events. Festival Ljubljana reserves the right to remove from a venue any audience member contravening this point. In this case, the audience member will not be entitled to any refunds or compensation for the ticket purchased, and will be liable to Festival Ljubljana for any damages it incurs as a result of the audience member contravening this point.
2.3. Festival Ljubljana reserves the right to change the programme, performers, venues and scheduled start times in cases including, but not limited to, performers’ illness, weather conditions preventing an event from taking place, other force majeure events and actions by audience members in contravention of these General Terms and Conditions.
2.4. Festival Ljubljana tickets are exempt from VAT (point 13 of Article 42 of the Value Added Tax Act in conjunction with Article 69 of the Rules on Implementation of the Value Added Tax Act).

3. KRIŽANKE OPEN-AIR THEATRE
3.1. The part of the Križanke Open-Air Theatre intended for the audience is not covered with a roof, which means that in the event of bad weather (rain, wind, etc.) the audience may be exposed to the elements; in such cases, Festival Ljubljana is not obligated to change the programme, venues and/or scheduled start times.
3.2. Seats in rows 9A, 14 and 15, seats in the balconies and seats located by statues and towers have a restricted view of the stage. Audience members viewing a performance from the these seats will not be entitled to a purchase price reduction, to a refund of the purchase price or to any compensation for such tickets. By purchasing such tickets, audience members shall be deemed to accept the aforementioned properties of these seats.

4. EVENTS WITH A BACK-UP LOCATION AND/OR TIME
4.1. Some events are organised by Festival Ljubljana with a back-up location and/or time, which is stated at ljubljanafestival.si and on the ticket, on which the back-up location and/or time, as well as other important information are indicated.
4.2. If an event referred to in point 4.1 is held in a back-up location and/or at a back-up time, the selected location and/or time will be announced no later than on the day of the event at www.ljubljanafestival.
4.3. If an event is held in a back-up location and/or at a back-up time, audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a purchase price reduction, a refund of the purchase price, any compensation or exchange of the ticket for a ticket to any other Festival Ljubljana event.

5. REFUND AND EXCHANGE OF TICKETS
5.1. If an event is interrupted or is not held due to a power cut, noise, adverse weather or any other external factor or force majeure (hereinafter: “reasons for interruption”), audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a refund of the purchase price, exchange of the ticket or any compensation for a purchased ticket.
5.2. If an event is cancelled other than for reasons referred to in point 5.1, in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions, audience members or purchasers will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price for a purchased ticket, or to have their purchased ticket exchanged for a ticket to any other Festival Ljubljana event.
5.3. The exchange of a ticket pursuant to point 5.2 above shall only be possible in the case of purchased tickets, and provided that there are still tickets available for the chosen event and provided further that any difference in price between the original purchased ticket and the new ticket is paid by the audience member or purchaser.
5.4. Exchange of tickets shall not be possible for events organised as co-productions with other organisers.
5.5. Audience members or purchasers may claim a refund of the purchase price for a purchased ticket at the sales point where they purchased the ticket.
5.6. If a ticket was purchased online, audience members or purchasers shall exercise their right to ticket exchange or to a refund of the purchase price at the online sales point of the vendor Eventim SI d.o.o., Celovška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. The vendor’s e-mail address: info@eventim.si.
5.7. Tickets can be exchanged or the purchase price refunded within 30 days of the cancelled event. Audience members or purchasers shall be refunded the amount that they actually paid to purchase the ticket. Where a ticket is exchanged for another ticket, the price actually paid for the ticket by the audience member or purchaser shall be taken as the basis for determining the exchange. In no case shall Festival Ljubljana refund audience members or purchasers who chose to exchange their tickets any difference in price between the original ticket purchased and the ticket to another event.
5.8. In cases referred to in point 2.3, audience members or purchasers will not be entitled to a ticket exchange or a refund of the purchase price.

6. MOBILITY IMPAIRED PERSONS
6.1. Festival Ljubljana allows mobility impaired persons in wheelchairs to attend events for free.
6.2. Mobility impaired persons who wish to attend a Festival Ljubljana event must announce this in advance by telephone at +386 1 241 6026 or +386 1 241 6028.
6.3. Free attendance of events shall be offered to persons referred to in the preceding point until all available places are taken, with available places being allocated to those persons on a “first come, first served” basis.
6.4. Persons accompanying mobility impaired persons must purchase tickets.

7. GIFT VOUCHERS
7.1. Holders of gift vouchers issued by Festival Ljubljana can exchange their gift vouchers for tickets to any Festival Ljubljana event.
7.2. Gift vouchers can be exchanged for tickets to any Festival Ljubljana event chosen, subject to availability of tickets for such an event.
7.3. The value of a gift voucher is indicated thereon. If the value of the ticket is more than the value of the gift voucher, the gift voucher holder must pay the difference. If the value of the ticket is less than the value of the gift voucher, Festival Ljubljana will not be obliged to pay the difference to the gift voucher holder.
7.4. A gift voucher is transferrable and may be transferred to a third party without restrictions; it must be redeemed within five months of the date of its issue.

8. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AND STATEMENT OF CONFIDENTIALITY
8.1. Festival Ljubljana shall act as a controller and processor of personal data in the following cases:
– a complaint under the complaints procedure (point 8.1 and subsequent): the purpose of the processing is to resolve a complaint arising from a contractual relationship, and to meet regulatory standards relating to the resolution of complaints under the Consumer Protection Act.
8.2. In the case referred to in the preceding point, Festival Ljubljana shall collect and process the following information: name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.
8.3. Festival Ljubljana shall process collected personal data in accordance with applicable legislation on the protection of personal data.
8.4. Festival Ljubljana’s policy for managing and processing personal data is as follows:
– it never leases or sells data, and does not permit their processing by any third parties, except for contractual processors of personal data;
– it allows contractual processors to process personal data only provided that they ensure an adequate level of personal data protection as required by applicable legislation;
– it only retains personal data for as long as is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected;
– it undertakes to permanently protect all personal data;
– personal data are only processed by persons authorised for that purpose by Festival Ljubljana, and by contractual processors’ authorised persons;
– it amends the rules on personal data protection in line with changes to legislation on the protection of personal data.
8.5. Festival Ljubljana shall collect and process personal data (the first indent of point 8.1) on the basis of:
– point (b) of Article 6(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: “GDPR”),
– point (c) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR,
– point (e) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR,
– point (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR.
8.6. For all information concerning personal data processing or the rights of data subjects (rights to withdraw consent, to access, to rectification, to erasure, to restriction of processing, to data portability and to object), you can contact Festival Ljubljana using the contact information provided in point 1.1 of these General Terms and Conditions.
8.7. If you believe that the processing of your personal data breaches applicable legislation on the protection of personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner at the following address: Informacijski pooblaščenec, Zaloška cesta 59, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, tel.: +386 1 230 9730, e-mail: gp.ip@ip-rs.si.

9. AMENDMENTS TO THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
9.1. In the event of changes to any regulations relating to the operation of Festival Ljubljana, including regulations on personal data protection, or any other regulations, and in the event of changes to its own business policy, Festival Ljubljana shall amend these General Terms and Conditions.
9.2. All amendments to these General Terms and Conditions shall enter into force and be applied eight days after the publication of the amendments. Should amendments to these General Terms and Conditions be required owing to harmonisation with regulations, those amendments may exceptionally enter into force and be applied within a shorter period of time.

10. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
10.1. Audience members or purchasers shall submit a complaint regarding a Festival Ljubljana service in written form either via e-mail at maja.stojanov@ljubljanafestival.si or by registered mail at the following address:
Festival Ljubljana
Trg francoske revolucije 1
1000 Ljubljana – with the label: “FOR MARKETING”.
10.2. The complaint handling procedure shall be confidential.
10.3. In their complaint, audience members or purchasers must provide contact information (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address) and a detailed description of the incident and/or reasons for the complaint.
10.4. Festival Ljubljana will handle the complaint within eight days of receiving it in a written form. Within the same period, Festival Ljubljana will be obliged to send the audience member or purchaser a written reply to the complaint submitted.
10.5. Festival Ljubljana will endeavour to settle any dispute amicably.

These General Terms and Conditions shall enter into force on 25 July 2019.