Belgrade Art Week

23. - 29. 09. 2019. Belgrade Art Week is Belgrade’s yearly art event dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. It is a celebration of the city’s diverse contemporary art scene and it is created in a fruitful collaboration between many city’s art venues and young students. Sited at the Western Balkans, we are inspired by an intellectually curious audience, while the research and study around us feeds into our program of talks, art exchange, films and debate. Combined with topics about family, workshops with schools and outreach activity, we offer ways ...

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Bejbi fest

Baby Fest which will be held for the first time on 15 and 16 June launched the group mother from Belgrade which is currently on maternity leave. Kids really know how to inspire but they are also the mother unite around one common idea and it is promotion of mothers as pillars of a healthy society.  Program Baby Fest was designed with a lot of attention and it is intended for pregnant women, mothers and children. The festival has three zones and to edu zone where they will organize lectures, workshops and panel discussions, the fair zone where visitors will present ...

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Project “Weekend movie”

Weekend movie - (this time), a picnic, a project that promotes young local artists, with a focus on short films with authentic acting achievements, in order to film culture in an affirmative way, found time to each individual.

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Project “Safe click”

As Communication on the Internet has grown over the years, risks of potential exposure to various inappropriate content, manipulations, abuse have been growing as well. Internet and Mobile Communications have become an essential part of school-aged children activities, as they use their mobile phonesalmost constantly - at home, at school, while hanging out with friends etc. In proportion to this, Internet risks have multiplied, and the unpleasant experiences and exposure of children to disturbing content are evident nowadays. On a daily basis we get informed through ...

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Project “Snimi ovo”

The name of the Project is designed to correspond with the younger population - young people between 15 and 29 years, for whom some studies show the presence of apathy and the lack of involvement in cultural events that would contribute to their spiritual maturation and cultural development. The ...

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