The works of artist Nebojša Veselinović, aka Đura, are personalised to the extent that they represent specific personalities. Veselinović is famous for creating atypical items using world-class materials
There is no ordinary working day at Mikser House - rehearsal for a punk concert takes place at the same time as business meetings, and just a night after the premiere of Mikser’s own theatrical production, the space is being rearranged for some lecture or weekend festival. There are programmes here 365-days-a-year
Innovative and creative cooperation lies at the core of the new EUNIC Serbia approach to cultural relations and co-operation, addressing open society and youth issues with strategically focused and formatted activities in the new EUNIC GLOBAL strategy period 2016-2019
With the introduction of the traditional rakugo theatre and an exhibition of dolls, pieces of Japan have been brought to Belgrade. Culture has been proven as the most certain way for countries and peoples to come together, regardless of how far apart they are geographically. That was also the case this June, thanks to the guest appearance in Belgrade of the Japanese rakugo theatre and the exhibition “Dolls of Japan”, organised by the Embassy of Japan in Serbia
Projects based on mutual understanding and those that bring people together are the best way to strengthen cultural ties between any country and the UK, says Clare Sears, Director of the British Council for Serbia and the Western Balkans.