Database organization

The database contains a contacts of organizations that have expressed an interest to participate in the Creative Europe Programme.

Approved
Serbia
Ćićevac
Theatre, Dance
Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Painting, drawing
Website: www.bibliotekacicevac.rs
Short description of your organization:

National Library Ćićevac a small multi-purpose cultural institutions and even less from the municipalities in central Serbia, but with a long and rich tradition and artistic accomplishments.Within our institution for Artistic Association (folklore ensemble) by the year 2012 full of 50 years, which brings together more than 120 active members.
For almost 10 years exists and Children’s Choir has 50 members, since 2009. The troops there and the Amateur Theatre, which was very successful and already the first season due to the Republican level of competition. We placed a large number of artwork (paintings and sculptures), which came into existence in art colonies which we are organized, among which there are very valuable, written by well-known in our country.
Our small cultural institutions are engaged in providing services to customers when it comes to the education of adults and children, through work and school computer music, through various forms of training, recreation services and logistics for all events of importance to our community and the community. Of course, we have a fund of 30 000 books available to readers, and in our institutions for the cinema.
Management and leadership of our institution with a director at the helm trying to leave the framework of our country and the region and the richness of the Serbian folklore, tradition and art displays and other nations in Europe and beyond, and for this reason is looking for partners and funds to this mission led t

Contact person Name: Mišel Radovanović
Phone Number: +381659494800
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Website: http://icomos-serbia.com
Short description of your organization:

National Committee ICOMOS Serbia is a part of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, highly respectable non-governmental organization that currently brings together app. 11700 members from more than 144 countries. Through their professional engagement they are involved in activities of conservation and preservation of cultural and natural heritage throughout the world. ICOMOS is the only global non-governmental organization of this kind. It benefits from the interdisciplinary exchange of its members dedicated to various professions (architects, archaeologists, art historians, engineers, town planners, restorers etc), by the commitment for improvement of the conservation and preservation of all types of cultural heritage, enhancement of the standards and techniques, and applying of new methodologies and procedures. ICOMOS is officially recognized as the UNESCO Advisory Body which actively contributes to the work of the World Heritage Committee as well as in implementation of the World Heritage. Nowadays, ICOMOS members represent an influential network of experts who promote the principles of the modern conservation and affirm the values of heritage. Their activity performs through the national committees, ICOMOS organizations at the national level in the UNESCO state parties.
Building on the past activities, the National Committee ICOMOS Serbia has recognized the need for an innovative and different professional journal that would respond to the demands of the conc

Contact person Name: Branka Sekaric
E-mail Address: icomos.serbia@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381 62 8828 118
Approved
Serbia
Pancevo
Music
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Painting, drawing
Translation, Publishing
Website: http://nsmakedonaca.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

The National Council of the Macedonian national minority is a republic institution established under the Law on National Councils of National Minorities and the most self-governing body of the national minorities with public authorities and representing the interests and representing the Macedonian national minority in the areas of:

- Education
- Culture,
- Information,
- And official use of language and script.

The Council also participates in the decision-making process or decide on issues in these fields and establish appropriate institutions in these areas on the basis of law, and managed.

The national councils of national minorities are partners and advisory body of state power and its representatives participate in decision-making on issues that are significant as characteristic of national minorities. Because of this, the Council is a very important institution for the national minority. National councils are financed directly from the national, provincial and municipal budgets and through donations.
Working on the informational, cultural, educational, and plan on official use of language, the National Council creating opportunities for promotion boards and in other domains. The prosperity of the community and raising its educational and cultural capacities exploiting the potential of this community will contribute to the overall economic, economic and cultural development of Serbia and especially the region where the Macedonian community living.

Contact person Name: Zorica Mitrovic
Phone Number: +381608030345
Skype ID: mitrovics
Approved
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Kicevo
Theatre, Dance, Music, Opera
Intangible culture
Painting, drawing, Sculpture, Film, Video
Creative writing, Publishing
Website: kultura-k.com
Short description of your organization:

The National Institute Cultural Center, “Koco Racin” in Kicevo, North Macedonia provides a space for locals to immerse themselves in the arts through the written word, theater performances, musical talents and more. On the first floor the large theater hosts multiple events each weekend, ranging from professional musicians to local school plays. On the second floor, the stocked library allows readers to rent the novels and texts they desire at a low cost and read in the comfort of their homes, while in the small hall locals can attend book readings and rent out for small functions. The Cultural Center is an incredible resource for all Kicevo Municipality residents to take part in and develop a strong appreciation for the arts.

Contact person Name: Emily Artner
E-mail Address: emilyartner@gmail.com
Phone Number: 38971712146
Approved
Serbia
Arandjelovac
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums
Website: www.muzejarandjelovac.rs
Short description of your organization:

The National Museum is located in Arandjelovac, a small town 80 km South of Belgrade. The Museum covers an area of 900 square meters in a bilding in the vicinity of the Bukovicka spa. The National Museum in Arandjelovac, the city museum complex, was founded in 1981.
Museum takes care of The Ethno home as well as of the Risovaca cave – Natural Monument (Protected area of I category ) and cultural heritage of great importance. The Risovaca Cave was discovered in 1953. It was the habitat of Neanderthals about 50,000 years ago. Scientists have found over 10,000 of skeletal remains of Ice Age animals in the Cave between 1953 an 1985.
The Museum takes care of the paleontological, archaeological, ethnological, historical and art history collections. Museum has a collection of over 600 works of world potters.
The professional staff of the Museum – curators and guides are engaged in the education of children through workshops for children in different filds (archeology, paleontology, ethnology, history…). Workshops are held in the exhibition hall of the museum (100 m2) as well as on the spot of Risovaca cave, natural monuments and cultural property.

Exhibitions:
- Mihailo S. Petrov; Art as gift;
- Embroidery;
- Old crafts – traditional footwear craftsmenship in Arandjelovac;
- Risovaca, paleontological treasure – the protection and conservation of the Quaternary fossil fauna;

Contact person Name: Zorica Petrovic
E-mail Address: zost68@gmail.com
Phone Number: 0691534123
Skype ID: zora.stopic
Approved
Serbia
Leskovac
Tangible culture – Museums
Digital arts, Film, Video
Graphic design
Website: muzejleskovac.rs
Short description of your organization:

From the time of its foundation, may 2, 1948, National museum of Leskovac cares of a cultural and historical heritage from wide territorial area it covers. National museum Leskovac is general type museum, and also regional museum, it covers one city (Leskovac) and three municipalities (Lebane, Bojnik, Medvedja), with more than 200.000 residents. It collects, studies, curate and exhibit artifacts of archaeological, historical, ethnographical and art value. We store more than 30.000 artifacts in our archaeology, historical, ethnographic and art, collections. Beside these basic departments (archaeology, history, ethnology and art) museum has laboratory for conservation and restoration, documentation department and library. Our collections timeline spans from 6000 BC to the present day, showing 8000 years of human civilization legacy from one of the prehistorically and historically most vibrant parts of Europe. Through professionalism and knowledge we tend to achieve highest standards in museology with aim to make museum a vibrant place of ideas, with a strong local identity, a regional focus and an international perspective. Consistent with this aim is the museums mission to inspire and excite visitors and other users of the museum, helping them to enjoy collections to the fullest extent, through well-presented and serviced public galleries and study collections, exhibitions, education programmes, publications and imaginative use of media.

Contact person Name: Suzana Randjelovic
Phone Number: +381648715443
Approved
Serbia
Kikinda
Tangible culture – Museums
Website: www.muzejkikinda.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

Museum in Kikinda is a city museum founded in 1946. The museum holds more than 20.000 objects from the field of archaeology, ethnology, history, art and natural history and currently attracts up to 25.000 visitors per year. Since 2007 the museum hosts a unique manifestation Mamutfest. The museum operates a vibrant programmes with many activities aimed to children and families promoting public participation, encouraging a greater sense of place and identity for local people.

Contact person Name: Lidija Milasinovic
E-mail Address: muzejkikinda@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381 64 8968126
Approved
Serbia
Zrenjanin
Tangible culture – Museums
Website: www.muzejzrenjanin.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

National Museum in Zrenjanin has a long and rich tradition of preserving and presenting of cultural heritage in the region more than a hundred years (it is founded in 1911). After renovations in 2005 the Museum permanent exhibition has been partially modernized. The Museum Association of Serbia in 2006 selected the National museum of Zrenjanin for the best museum in Serbia. In the year 2015 it was nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award. National Museum in Zrenjanin is situated on the main square; it is very accessible and represents an indispensable place to visit for all the tourists who are interested in the history of Zrenjanin.

Zrenjanin National Museum, which belongs to the category of complex museum establishments, is a heritage museum and its research work covers the area of Central Banat. Such organizational structure has contributed to systematic preservation and professional treatment of rich cultural heritage of this region in the fields of nature, archaeology, ethnology, art and history, performed by a specialized institution employing professionals of all necessary profiles. The Museum's five department collections contain over 33,000 artifacts. The museum also has its pedagogical-informative service, documentation center, restoration and conservation workshops, photography department, carpenters’ studio, as well as its own library with over 5,000 vocational titles.

Contact person Name: Sanja Vrzić
E-mail Address: museumzr@mts.rs
Phone Number: 00 381 23 561 841
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Theatre, Dance, Music
Tangible culture – Museums
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Film, Video
Graphic design
Creative writing
Website: https://www.facebook.com/ug.nebograd/ , www.nebograd.com
Short description of your organization:

Association Nebograd is a non-profit association based in
Belgrade (Serbia), that promotes non-formal education and different alternative approaches to
transfer of knowledge through music and various art forms.

Contact person Name: Marija Čubrilo Družijanić
E-mail Address: ug.nebograd@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381631727386
Approved
Belgium
Brussels
Theatre, Dance, Music, Circus art, Street art, Puppetry
Tangible culture – Museums, Intangible culture
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Sculpture, Digital arts, Film, Video
Graphic design
Architecture
Website: www.nefeleproject.eu
Short description of your organization:

We are the "Nefele Network", a Belgian non-profit association founded in 2017, and based in Brussels. Our full name is "Network of European Art Festivals for mEntal HeaLth Enhancement". Our organisation is a collaborative structure with a managing international Board, comprised by leading and emerging organizations, active in the field of Arts and Mental Health. The network's members run periodic collaborative art events and intend to use the knowledge, experience and wealth of information accumulated to promote dialogue, exchange, and the facilitation of all kinds of art activities connected with the field of Arts and Mental Health.

Previous EU grants received: NEFELE Network has experience with Creative Europe programs and Erasmus+ Sports (took part in 2017 and board member orgainsations have huge experience as coordinators). We are currently running a REC program as a partner (Rights, Equality & Citizenship Programme: Prevent and Combat Violence against children, young people and women) and we are intenting to join more schemes as a partner.

Contact person Name: Maritina Kontaratou
E-mail Address: nefelenetwork@gmail.com
Phone Number: 00306942056334
Approved
Serbia
Subotica
Street art
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Intangible culture
Photography
Decorative arts
Architecture
Website: www.authenticvojvodina.wordpress.com
Short description of your organization:

We are members of a civil society initiative, Association of citizens “authentic vojvodina” founded in Subotica.
Strategy toward programs, we design equally through several steps while managing a project creation: develop conscience for changes, accomplish synergy, create and share vision, overcome apathy and establish a trust between expertise and experience, motivation and innovation. Definition would be: creativity as a successful activism, as a creative energy and the creation of associations and individuals, as a true projection of the cultural heritage of the local community.

Contact person Name: Mr. Igor Halasevic
Phone Number: +381 60 534 17 80
Approved
Serbia
Kragujevac
Theatre, Music, Street art
Painting, drawing, Photography, Film, Video
Decorative arts
Creative writing, Publishing
Short description of your organization:

NGO“MillenniuM“ is civil society organization founded 25.09.1999. in Kragujevac with mission of democracy and civil society development in Serbia. Group of NGO „MillenniuM“ founders, who previously realized programme „Open club“ in Kragujevac, during 1997-1999. year wanted to initiate autochthonous programmes, based on real needs of local community and wish that democratization of society goes from „bottom“ and with active involment of citizens, not just political subjects and public sector. Main activities of organization are connected for fields of democratization, work with youth and engaged culture and users of these and other programmes were hundreds of citizens Central Serbia region, other serbian regions…
Until now the most important independent realized projects: „Know Your Rights“ / Campaign for human rights promotion(2001.); Practical workshop – communications school (2002 – 2004.); Regional festival of alternative/urban culture Kragujevac (2003 – 2014.); Cultural management school (2003.); Campaign for promotion of european integration“MY EU” (2005 – 2006.); KRAF (Kragujevac festival of antiwar and engaged movies (2007 – 2014.); Initiative for assignment of status of cultural institution of national importance to Prince-serbian theatre Joakim Vujić (2009/2010.); „Sumadia blues – documentary serie about history of Kragujevac urban culture“ (2009/2010.). Beside that, organization realized many projects and activities in cooperation with partner organization from

Contact person Name: Vladimir Paunovic
E-mail Address: ngomillennium@gmail.com
Phone Number: +38163620697
Skype ID: vlada.paun
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Street art
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Sculpture, Digital arts
Graphic design
Publishing
Short description of your organization:

The aim of our NGO is involvement in social processes, promoting non-formal education, assistance and support through creative work and initiatives in the interest of improving the position of people in society.We are organizing cultural, social and educational activities (workshops, training, seminars, tours, exhibitions, presentations) for people with disabilities, teenagers, children without parents and ethnic minorities. We organized an open art show Ada Art Festival, several artistic workshops, reorganized and redesigned playground for children without parents in Belgrade, and one of our major projects is Still in Belgrade (www.stillinbelgrade.com ).

Contact person Name: Jelena Kostica
E-mail Address: ngo.aesop@gmail.com
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Film, Video
Short description of your organization:

The NGO NeVO has been established in 2010 with the main idea of promoting integration of the Roma by using available medias and primarily by using TV media. The founder already had professional media experiences via his production group Golden Touch founded in 2007, and has realized that the Roma issues need to be addressed on another platform in order to bring them to the higher level.(Some of the produced video materials could be viewed on line on the link: https://vimeo.com/milutinjovanovic

Through the work at the video production this team has been tackling the issue of Roma in Serbia and has also established cooperation with most significant organizations in the region, such as: OSCE, UNICEF, Red Cross of Serbia, OSI/NF Serbia, Roma Education Fund – REF and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation – SDC. His serial of episodes on Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005 – 2015 was broadcasted at the national TV company, RTS, and had a significantly notable publicity. The NGO NeVO’s team has a very good cooperation with the national TV company of Serbia – RTS, that enables the visibility of the produced video contents at the national level.

In his desire to wider its range of work and also faced by many missing tools for more comprehensive social action, Milutin has decided to establish the NGO NeVO. This organization strives toward developing an action that would deal with the Roma inclusion in a more effective way, through productive, educative and activities directed to

Contact person Name: Milutin Jovanovic
Phone Number: 00381644064909
Skype ID: jmilutin70
Approved
Serbia
Novi Pazar
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Film, Video
Creative writing
Website: /
Short description of your organization:

We are an organization that engages young people in the cultural field by helping them showcase their talents by making films about cultural heritage.
We live in Novi Pazar, which is an open-air museum and has inspiration every step of the way. Also, this is a youth city because half the population is under 35 years old.

Contact person Name: Katarina Radović
E-mail Address: udruzenjereper@yahoo.com
Phone Number: +381604141611
Skype ID: katjica1
Approved
Serbia
Kragujevac
Theatre
Website: http://www.vido.org.rs/
Short description of your organization:

NGO ‘Vido‘ is a non-profit oriented association, founded on an unlimited period of time, for the purpose of achieving goals in the fields of culture, media and education. We emphasize the importance of creative expression through the creation of multimedia content and use of new media.
We specialize in organizing theater events from the comedy genre, with a focus on stand-up comedy. We believe that the creative use of humor is an ideal way to send a message to the audience.

Contact person Name: Milos Radojkovic
Phone Number: +381641124777
Skype ID: pocasni
Approved
Serbia
Leskovac
Theatre, Dance, Music, Street art, Puppetry
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums, Tangible culture – Libraries and archives, Intangible culture
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Sculpture, Digital arts, Film, Video
Decorative arts, Graphic design, Fashion design, Craftwork
Creative writing, Publishing
Architecture
Website: https://www.instagram.com/euzonaleskovac
Short description of your organization:

Our vision is to make our local society better, more informed, more aware of the problems around us and offer solutions. We believe that an individual or a group of great individuals can truly change the environment in which they live for the better. Supporting vulnerable social groups through advocacy, socio-economic solutions, respect and protection of human rights, and building a just and responsible society are all part of our vision.
Advocacy, democracy and the rule of law, social and economic policy, development of research and innovation, renewable energy implementation and sustainable development,empowerment of women and young people, especially those from vulnerable groups, education, publishing and respect for the principles of human and minority rights.

Contact person Name: Marko Đorđević
E-mail Address: euzonale@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381631038016
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Theatre, Dance, Music, Street art
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Sculpture, Digital arts, Film, Video
Graphic design
Architecture
Website: http://ngvu.me/about-us/
Short description of your organization:

NGVU, founded by the sisters Jankovic, is keenly devoted to the principles of artistic and intellectual freedom.
The gallery is distinguished by the deep relationships it develops with the artists, from emerging and mid-career to the established ones, this being done through our sustained cooperation with museums, biennials and publishing houses.
Our team continues to challenge the way things have been done in the past, whether through the reinvention within the gallery walls or troughout the artistic engagement and echo created outside of those walls; both embracing the bold expansion of existing mediums,and supporting the young, upcoming, new medium ideas, inspirations and endeavors.

We exhibit the works in the variety of art media: drawing, painting, photography, graphic, video and sculpture.
The gallery follows its own program committed to innovation and connoisseurship in the fields of contemporary arts; also aims to bring the artistic exchange, brave experimentation and daring discussion to the forefront.
NGVU fosters continued dedication to the living artists who we represent, and pursues an extensive program of exhibitions and multidisciplinary events.

Contact person Name: Jelena Janković, Sanja Janković, Aleksandra Terzić
E-mail Address: ngvujankovic@gmail.com
Approved
Serbia
Nis
Music
Website: www.nisville.com
Short description of your organization:

Nišville is an annual summer music festival in the Ancient Fortress of Niš, Serbia whic is helding at the middle of August. From the festival’s very beginning (1995), its concept has been based on presenting the ‘traditional’ jazz forms together with their fusion with the ethnic tradition from the different parts of the world. Since 2009, Nišville has moved to the large empty grass plateau in the Fortress. There are two large stages, one beside the other, which include alternating performances of the participants of the main program. In addition to the main stage, the program is located on several other free stages at different points in the Fortress or Nis (Open Stage, Welcome Stage, Midnight Jam Stage, River Stage…). One of the permanent segments of the festival is the free Nišville workshop – chat meetings, where almost all the participants of the main program, including the headliners of the festival, appeared as lecturers. Some of the participants are: Jean Luc Ponty Quartet, Osibisa, Maria Joao, Brussels Jazz Orchestra, John Patittuci, Brand New Heavies, Opus 5, Joe Bowie, Lydian Sound Orchestra, Richard Galliano, Solomon Burke, Hans and Candy Dulfer, Benny Golson, Mingus Dynasty, Sly & Robbie, Chico Freeman, Stanley Jordan, Tom Harrell, Randy Brecker, Miroslav Vitous, Incognito, Kyle Eastwood, Ginger Baker, Pee Wee Ellis, Jazzanova, Ron Carter, Nouvelle Vague, Marius Neset, Joe Bowie, Roy Hargrove, De Phazz, Brand New Heavies, Georgie Fame, Terje Rypdal, Manu Dibango

Contact person Name: Branislav Dejanovic, art producer
E-mail Address: nisville@nisville.com
Phone Number: +381 18 533 022
Skype ID: branislav.nisville
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Music
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums, Intangible culture
Graphic arts, Photography, Digital arts, Film, Video
Graphic design, Craftwork
Publishing
Website: www.novaiskra.com
Short description of your organization:

Nova Iskra is a pioneering creative hub in the Balkans, created with the idea to incite tangible connections between creative industries, technology and the people, with the goal to support critical thinking, nurture ideas, design organizations and develop businesses that are future-proof, while remaining sensible to the ever-changing present.

Nova Iskra creates SPACES, initiates COLLABORATIONS and designs EDUCATION programs for innovators, entrepreneurs, researchers, activists, students, professionals, organizations and companies who are interested in taking an active role in shaping the way we will LIVE, LEARN and WORK in the future.

Nova Iskra creates programs, projects and collaborations inspired by a variety of topics, such as social innovation, green economy, sustainable business models, commons, responsible design, sustainable architecture, team culture, crowdfunding, the gaming industry, digital communication and fabrication, information technologies, biotechnology and many others.

Contact person Name: Ivan Manojlović
E-mail Address: ivan@novaiskra.com
Phone Number: +381114051 889
Skype ID: ivan.manojlovic
Approved
Serbia
Novi Sad
Theatre
Tangible culture – Museums
Website: cpi-ns.weebly.com
Contact person Name: Hristina Mouratidou
E-mail Address: cmouratidou@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381640760522
Approved
Serbia
Novi Sad
Theatre, Music, Street art
Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Digital arts, Film, Video
Publishing
Website: www.facebook.com/novokulturnonaselje
Short description of your organization:

The organization “Novo kulturno naselje” (numbering around 20 members) has for years been working on developing and implementing cultural content in Novi Sad. The idea of the organization consists of raising awareness of the need to promote and affirm artists, raising awareness of the need for a Culture Center at Novo Naselje, as well as generally raising cultural awareness in Novo Naselje and the entire city of Novi Sad. In that way, cultural activities would be de-centralized, while the number of art and culture consumers would increase. The activities and projects, like theatre festival \\\"Aplauz fest\\\", film festival “21114” and art festival “Dobro došli na Naselje”, bicycle tour “Tour de Naselje”, workshops “Naselje protiv nasilja”, road to the Culture Center “Project NN” have been supported by the local community, government officials and major European organizations such as Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation and MitOst. The aim of all organization projects greatly contribute to cultural output to our local community and the entire city. All programs are aimed at all age groups (kids, youth, adults, and senior citizens), while the direct users are audience and artists of the festivals, as well as citizens, who will take part in all projects, discussions and workshops.

Contact person Name: Marko Jozić
Phone Number: +381642886336
Approved
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Banja Luka
Painting, drawing, Sculpture
Decorative arts
Website: www.sonjabikic.com
Short description of your organization:

Citizen Initiative is Non Gaverment Organization founded by his president Siniša Simidžija at 1996 . in Banjaluka BiH .Citizen Initiative have three main activities and goals
1. conflict resolution
2. protection of ecology
3. organizing and support cultural activity.

One of most important project was
Conflict Resolution Catalysts. Project Neighborhood Facilitator Program from July 1996. – July 1998.This project was supported by The American Institute for Peace.
Citizen Initiative organized many project in cultural feed which was supported by the
Ministry of Culture Repablic of Srpska such as exhibition of Ceramic sculptures of credited academic sculptor and ceramic artist Sonja Bikič “Birds of Peace” in Sarajevo 2009 , 4 Exhibition in Gallery Sonja Bikić 2015 and so on.

Municipalities Banjaluka supported his project School of Ceramic and Ceramic Performans – Raku Performans.2015.

Contact person Name: Sonja Bikić
Phone Number: 00387 65 761 484
Approved
Italy
Cagliari
Theatre
Intangible culture
Graphic arts, Photography, Film, Video
Graphic design
Creative writing
Website: www.artistifuoriposto.com
Short description of your organization:

Artisti Fuori Posto is a Theatre Company born in October 2011, but unofficially is active from 2008. The Company is active in Italy, and particularly in Cagliari (Sardinia) and it creates theatre shows, audiovisual and multimedia works. Besides its productions, it offers beginners and advanced courses in theatre. With their work, Artisti Fuori Posto aims to raise awareness of different topics of social interest. In particular, through its work and productions, the Company has explored the issues related to gender based violence, unemployment, environment and pollution, inclusion of groups of citizens that may be subject to emargination, on ground of their age or disability, for example. Moreover, Artisti Fuori Posto is interested in using their work to animate city districts at risk of isolation and to encourage the debate over the importance of a democratic society and the conservation of the local heritage.

Contact person Name: Filippo Salaris
Approved
Serbia
Subotica
Theatre, Puppetry
Film, Video
Website: www.openunsubotica.rs
Short description of your organization:

Open University Subotica is one of the leading institution in adult education and organization of cultural events in Serbia.
This institution is the organizer and Executive producer of 2 important festivals - European Film Festival Palic and International Festival of Children's Theatres Subotica (organized 26. editions of both festivals). Within Open university operates the cinema named Eurocinema, focused on the European cinematography, member of international network of cinemas - Europa Cinemas. Our organisation have significant experience in international cooperation and project implementation with the emphasis on cross-border projects. It has 23 employees and over 500 associates engaged in different program activities. OUS is situated in the centre of Subotica, has its own 2500 m2 building with 2 amphitheatres, 4 conference halls, cinema theater and 20 classrooms for different type of educational courses.

Contact person Name: Vladimir Perović
Phone Number: +38163597245
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Graphic arts, Film, Video
Graphic design
Website: www.optimisticfilm.com
Short description of your organization:

OPTIMISTIC FILM www.optimisticfilm.com
Optimistic Film is a production company founded in 2007.
Optimistic Film has so far won over 58 international awards for its documentaries at various festivals in the USA, Europe, and Asia.
The company has a successful collaboration with TV stations and private productions all over the world. Its documentary films and series have been successfully shown on TV stations in Europe and the USA.
Feature documentary The Second Meeting was a 2014 official Oscar runner.
Feature documentary Tesla Nation is a 2020 official Oscar runner.
Optimistic film produced documentary films and doc series

Contact person Name: Zeljko Mirkovic
E-mail Address: zeljkomirkovic@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381642284767
Skype ID: optimistic.film
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Theatre, Music, Street art
Photography, Digital arts, Film, Video
Publishing
Website: femix.info
Short description of your organization:

Femix program has been founded in 2010., within OPA (Organization for promoting activism), with the aim of providing inspiration and support for girls and women that have aspirations towards working in arts and culture and also
promoting those girls and women and their work in local arts and cultural scene. We had the need to promote women’s “voices” in arts and we have mapped the discrimination on the cultural scene as one of the main problems we want to
solve. In the last 10 years, since 2010., Femix has been improving participation and activity for women in musical scene and cultural life in Serbia through promotion,
production, advocacy, research, and networking. We have organized over 60 various events and festivals. We are publishing a compilation of female music called Femixeta and the only Girls Rock Camp in our region.

Contact person Name: Selena Simić
E-mail Address: femixinfo@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381621423969
Skype ID: selena_simic
Approved
Serbia
Novi Sad
Translation, Publishing
Short description of your organization:

Orpheus is project that started in 2001. We are mainly publishing history, poetry and prose. Our goal is to highlight multi culturality, multietnichity and multilinguality of our city and province.

Contact person Name: Andrej Radulović
Phone Number: +381691981407
Approved
Iceland
reykjavik
Theatre
Film, Video
Website: ogaefa.is
Short description of your organization:

The group Óskabörn Ógæfunnar (Children of Misfortune) consists of diverse performance artists that strives to challenge audience as well as themselves through performance weather they are fun, sad, ugly or beautiful.
They are known in Iceland for their daring and unapologetic ( and funny) shows about various subjects like the rise of rightwing populists, domestic abuse, transgender issues and Christmas. (not in the same show btw!)

Contact person Name: Vignir Rafn Valþórsson
E-mail Address: vignirrafn@gmail.com
Phone Number: +3546990913
Approved
UK
West Bromwich
Intangible culture
Publishing
Website: www.overhearbrum.com
Short description of your organization:

Overhear geotags unique creative content to specific spaces using geo coordinates through a mobile app. The app generates maps of creative content for cities and festivals organising accompanying walks.

Contact person Name: Tom Peel
E-mail Address: hello@overhearbrum.com
Phone Number: 07715570912
Skype ID: tompeel
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Painting, drawing, Graphic arts, Photography, Sculpture, Digital arts
Graphic design, Fashion design, Craftwork
Publishing
Website: www.o3one.rs
Short description of your organization:

O3ONE gallery was founded in 2004. in Belgrade. We initiate and support contemporary art projects of various media. O3ONE gallery organizes about 30 exhibitions per year. In last 10 years in O3ONE gallery had more then 300 organized exhibitions, book promotions, workshops and public debates.
We are socially engaged and we believe that artistic work can advance civil society for the better.

Contact person Name: Marijana Dujović
Phone Number: +381 11 26 36 830
Approved
Serbia
Pancevo
Theatre, Music
Tangible culture – Museums, Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Photography, Film, Video
Graphic design
Creative writing, Translation, Publishing
Website: panart.virtuelnopancevo.rs
Short description of your organization:

PanArt was founded in 2012.
We have implemented many projects with museums, cultural centers, cities, ministries, Film Center Serbia, and many others.
We are very interested in cooperation, we believe that such synergy produces excellent results.

Contact person Name: Vladimir Kaylowic
E-mail Address: kaylowic@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381 64 672 5998
Approved
Serbia
Smederevo
Theatre
Website: www.patos.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

PATOS is a youth theatre from working since 1986. It gathers young theatre practitioners (professional actors, art students, young adults and teenagers) around research and experimental theatre projects, often realized in cooperation or partnership with different theatre and performing arts companies and groups in the country and abroad. PATOS is the only theatre in Smederevo, which is constantly engaged in performing arts. Theatre has been actively involved in national and international art projects. PATOS organizes drama workshops for children and youth, and has its own productions at the end of each season. Theatre is focused on exploring cultural differences and deconstruction of the prejudices, stereotypes and discrimination through drama technics. In addition, PATOS is local support center for teachers involved in theater work with children and young people.

Contact person Name: Dusan Vulic
E-mail Address: office@patos.org.rs
Phone Number: +381 64 890 81 73
Approved
Serbia
Obrenovac
Theatre, Music, Street art
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums, Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Painting, drawing, Sculpture, Digital arts, Film, Video
Architecture
Website: www.zabrezje.com
Short description of your organization:

NGO “Perilo Zabrezje” was founded in 2010. with a goal (statut) „preserving nature and historical heritage“ at Perilo and Zabrezje old town on the river Sava in Obrenovac-Belgrade. We are using Perilo home collection with historical subjects from the house, where serbian diplomacy and euro integrations started in 1804. This collection includes subjects from avantgarda Zagreb period of Traveller and later famous urbanist Milosh Somborski, violin from 19.th century that was owned by the founder of the first Obrenovac church choir Dragoljub Vicentijevic, dr Svetozar Varićak diplomas and belongings from period while he was living with Albert and Mileva Einstein, old money, old books, pieces of art, philatelic collection etc. We had several successfull projects like “Perilo memorial picnic” with educational memorial table, sport grounds at Perilo and “Zabrezje old town-open air museum” place of former harbour, industrial, and cultural center and border customs between Kingdom of Serbia and Austro-Hungary Empire, with manifestations: “Night of museums”, “Belgrade days” and our brand festival “Oslobadjanje” (eng: freeing) www.oslobadjanje.org that is directed at contemporary art through jazz, reaggae, avantgarda and performance. In 2013, 2014, 2015 we had 79 international programs and cooperation with Austrian kultur forum, Leonardiano museum Italy, prof dr Irina Subotic, prof Misa Krstic, Koja Disciplin a Kitschme etc, and gathered artists and people through our moto: “making

Contact person Name: Milan Katic
E-mail Address: oslobadjanje@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381 63 77 0 77 41
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Painting, drawing, Photography, Digital arts, Film, Video
Website: www.klasterart.testmico.online/index.php/home/
Short description of your organization:

KLASTER ART was founded in 2016, in Belgrade, Serbia. The organization is structured as NGO focused on mini and midi projects. Members of our board are hired as cultural workers in public and private sector in order to provide a steady income, while we are devoted to our NGO and the inclusion projects that we implement not for financial reasons, but because it is our true passion. Klaster Art is in charge for implementation and management of the project cycle, including organization of all envisaged activities, carrying out logistics, administration, and implementation of the communication strategy, internal evaluation, reporting and foolow up.

Contact person Name: Nemanja Golijanin
E-mail Address: klasterart@gmail.com
Phone Number: +38162305957
Skype ID: nemanja.golijanin.
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Theatre
Website: www.plavopozoriste.org
Short description of your organization:

PLAVO theatre is a theatre laboratory founded in 1995 in Belgrade. PLAVO theatre has mounted 24 productions (toured to many festivals in Serbia and abroad), over 200 educational projects for young people and seven international festivals in Belgrade. It has collaborated with numerous institutions, organisations, donors, embassies...in Serbia and abroad.
Most important recent projects:
· International training program for young artists Two Open Weeks of Plavo Theatre in Belgrade;
· Participation with the performance Daydream – a Story from Terezin in Theatre Olympics (Eastern Line festival) during manifestation Wroclaw – European Capital of Culture 2016;
· International inclusive project Theatre – Encounter, Inclusion, Action funded within Erasmus+ program of the European Union (2017-2018) where Plavo Theatre was a leading organization;
· Participation in international co-production Café Europa - Last Days of Mankind, supported by Creative Europe program of the European Union, led by Theaterlabor Bielefeld from Germany (2018-2019);
· International inclusive project Initiative – Inclusion - Interaction, Contemporary Theatre for Active Youth, supported by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union (2019-2021), where Plavo Theatre is a leading organization;
· Participation as a partner organization in the Creative Europe funded project Inclusive Theatre(s), led by ATER (Associazione Teatrale Emilia Romagna) from Italy (2019-2022).

Contact person Name: Dubravka Vujinovic
Phone Number: +381611927909
Approved
Bulgaria
Pleven
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Painting, drawing, Sculpture
Publishing
Website: www.posredniknews.com
Short description of your organization:

PLEVEN CONTEMPORARY MEDIA FUNDATION was established in 2014. It is the successor of the newspaper \\\\\\\"Posrednik\\\\\\\" (meaning a mediator), the most influential newspaper in Pleven and the region (issued since November 1991 until March 2015), and of the digital edition posredniknews.com, which the foundation continues to publish. In order to continue to carry out the mission to which we have devoted decades, we, the newspaper owners, together with adherents, registered the „Pleven Contemporary Media Fundation”, to maintain the leading function of the newspaper as a driver of public processes.
The Foundation pursues the following goals: development and affirmation of European values, civil society principles, including freedom of expression and freedom of opinion, by issuing contemporary media in Pleven and the region.
The foundation\\\\\\\'s team has extensive journalistic and publishing experience. We are in close contact with artists from all fields of art - artists, actors, writers who, through the foundation, would participate in projects under the Creative Europe programme.
In 2017-2018, we successfully implemented a large project on the subject of cultural and historical heritage, in which more than 2,500 students participated in thematic tourist routes to get acquainted with the history of prominent families and beautiful old buildings in Pleven.

Contact person Name: Kremena Vateva
E-mail Address: cpmfound@abv.bg
Phone Number: +359894437997
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Street art
Intangible culture
Sculpture
Decorative arts, Craftwork
Website: polimorf.xyz
Short description of your organization:

Polimorf is a collective of multimedia artists, that was founded in 2013 in the municipality of New Belgrade, with a main goal of promoting art through different courses of action, focusing on urban interventions by creating socially and ecologically responsible works of art, installations and products.

Creating art within the areas of industrial and graphic design, sculpture, art installation, street art and scenography, Polimorf tends to create and act through forms of festivals and/or an exhibition space, a street artistic expression and a commercially applied aspect.

Polimorf strives to create projects that will stimulate mobility of artists, the joint work of artists and non-artists and the popularization of art, by enabling conditions for the creation of new works of art, as well as the implementation of art on public or unused surfaces and facades.

Polimorf aims to serve as a platform that helps artists who want to create and promote their art, but also seek to bring art to the public and make it more visible in everyday life in various social spheres, through hosting and organizing cultural and educational events.

Contact person Name: Nikola Rajakovic
E-mail Address: polimorfnbg@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381659900716
Approved
Serbia
Požega
Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Website: www.bibliotekapozega.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

Pozega Public Library is the oldest cultural institution in our town with 160 years of work on obtaining our citizens the best services one library could offer. With such a long tradition we make all our efforts to follow and implement modern tendencies of librarianship in our institution. We are very proud of our reading promotion project and activities for our youngsters especially on our early literacy programs and the first Festival of picturebooks in Serbia.

Contact person Name: Daniela Skokovic
Phone Number: +38131825119
Skype ID: daniela.skokovic
Approved
Croatia
Pregrada
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums
Website: https://www.pregrada.hr/muzej-grada-pregrade-zlatko-dragutin-tudjina
Short description of your organization:

Pregrada Municipal Museum was established in 2005 by the City Council of Pregrada. The permanent display with 639 exhibits was opened to the public in 2007. There are three collections at the museum: the pharmaceutical colllection, the mining collection and the numismatic collection. The pharmaceutical collection represents the pharmaceutical activities of the Thierries, the family whose work was of significant importance to Croatia, as the first Croatian production of medicines started right here in Pregrada. Adolf Alfons Thierry de Chateavieux bought the pharmacy and opened the first production facility in 1893. It is rarely known that the medicines made in Pregrada, of which are the most famous Centifolien ointment and Miraculous balm, were exported throughout Europe and northern Africa. The mining collection is of great importance to the commercial history of Pregrada, since the general development of the town was largely due to its coal mine. After more than 100 years of mining, the coal mine was closed in 1970\\\'s. The last, but not less important collection is a numismatic collection, which represents a valuable numismatic work of its donor Zlatko Dragutin Tudjina. Mr. Tudjina, born from Pregrada, produced golden and silver coins dedicated to the Croatian historic figures. The collections consists of molds for coins and medals, but there is a significant number of various European medals from Austria, Germany, France, Belgium etc.

Contact person Name: Davor Špoljar
E-mail Address: muzej@pregrada.hr
Phone Number: +385993761222
Approved
Serbia
Kragujevac
Dance, Music, Puppetry
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings
Painting, drawing, Photography, Film, Video
Decorative arts, Craftwork
Creative writing, Publishing
Architecture
Website: www.dragisalukovic.com
Short description of your organization:

Primary school Dragisa Lukovic Spanac is an educatory institucion , of public interest. It dates from 1918 and consists of three separate school facilities-one in Belosevac, second in Baljkovac and the third in Donja Sabanta. It has 437 pupils, from the 1st to 8th grade. It has about 70 employees. It works as a public school for children and aduls. It works in one shift for the pupils and in evening hours for the adults.It had an overall -stay classes in the first and second grade, to support parents who works. Our school had Annual plan and Development plan. It had partnership with many institutions in the city and around. It had projects of national and internation level, competitions, workshops, presentations throughtout the year. It has 20 classrooms , a library, an archive, administrative facility, kitchen and dining room, preschool facility, which makes 3000 square metres ,and one a gym of 500 square metres.

Contact person Name: Nevena Simsic
E-mail Address: nevena.simsic@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381642086764
Skype ID: dlspanac
Approved
Serbia
Cacak
Painting, drawing
Website: www.printbiennial.org
Contact person Name: Dragan Dobrosavljevic
E-mail Address: printbiennial@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381693004207
Approved
Serbia
Novi Sad , Petrovaradin
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums, Intangible culture
Painting, drawing, Photography, Film, Video
Website: www.tvrdjava.edu.rs
Short description of your organization:

In September 2015, private elementary school \\\"TVRĐAVA\\\", 8 Štrosmajerova Street, Petrovaradin, started to operate in the suburbs of the Petrovaradin fortress which was built in the spirit of the 17th and 18th centuries, and which has retained its authentic appearance to this day. The school is designed to provide children with an incentive environment for advancement and work. The program is implemented according to the regulations of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, but in a way that enables children to be creators of teaching, active participants and initiators, and teachers are mentors through the cultural and educational process. Through our creative work we encourage logical conclusion, abstract thinking, development of intellectual abilities and creative approach to learning and acquiring new knowledge.
The mission of the Primary School \\\"TVRĐAVA\\\" is that children retain the skills they acquire in our school and apply them in further education and life, to develop tolerance and respect for differences in people, as well as empathy and self-esteem.
Vision: Fostering individuality of students and quality of human values (honesty, openness, independence, freedom of speech, work habits, self-esteem, friendship, creativity, culture.)
Private Primary School "TVRĐAVA" 8 Štrosmajerova Street, Petrovaradin info@tvrdjava.edu.rs www.tvrdjava.edu.rs

Contact person Name: Ivana Mali Vukelic
E-mail Address: malivukelic@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381 64 430 22 11
Skype ID: ivanamali79
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Architecture
Website: www.proces.rs
Short description of your organization:

PROCES educational architecture is an independent non-governmental organization focused on educating public, especially children and youth, about space, architecture and sustainability.
We collaborate with professionals in the fields of art, architecture, design, pedagogy and culture. We initiate our own projects and team up with institutions and organizations alike to realize educational programs that aim at stimulating spatial awareness and curiosity in children, as well as developing their architectural, esthetic and technical literacy and culture.
In 2012. we also started shaping our educational concepts into learning tools for children and parents, under the archiPLAY brand of architectural toys.

Contact person Name: Biljana Brankovic
E-mail Address: office@proces.rs
Phone Number: +381638308128
Skype ID: biljana_brankovic
Approved
Serbia
Beograd
Painting, drawing
Website: www.prostor.org.rs
Short description of your organization:

The citizens association Prostor has been working towards development of community based services for persons with mental health problems and de-stigmatization of this population in Serbia since 2010, through the use of art therapy and art as a tool for social change. The purpose of the organization is to develop municipally recognized and supported services that cover most of the needs of persons with mental health problems: psychological, economic and social. Over the past 5 years, Prostor has provided services for persons with mental health problems through art programs and art therapy workshops, aiming at empowering them, support of their re-socialization and providing psychological support. We collaborate with professional artists and other organizations active in the field of culture and social issues, organizing exhibitions, questioning the term “normality”, and promoting the art of psychiatric care users. We are interested in new collaborations and exchange of knowledge and experience with similar organizations from other countries.

Contact person Name: Mina Aleksic
E-mail Address: minaleksic@gmail.com
Phone Number: +381649702362
Skype ID: twinklemim
Approved
Italy
Padova
Tangible culture – historical sites and buildings, Tangible culture – Museums
Website: www.provincia.padova.it
Short description of your organization:

The Province of Padova is a local government with responsibilities covering a wide range of topics, from environmental policies to transport, education and culture. Following the 2014 reform, the Padova provincial government has adopted a comprehensive approach to provide the municipalities with tools that help them promote the social, cultural and economic development of their
Communities. The Padova Province is populated by roughly 920.000 inhabitants.
In order to effectively target relevant issues, the provincial government works with stakeholders such as the Regional Government, the University, the Chamber of Commerce and entrepreneurs.
The provincial government is the owner of six museums which are managed directly and indirectly.

Contact person Name: Alessandra Tormene
Phone Number: 00390498201293
Skype ID: alessandra.tormene
Approved
Serbia
Novi Sad
Theatre, Dance, Music, Street art, Puppetry
Intangible culture
Painting, drawing, Digital arts, Film, Video
Decorative arts, Craftwork
Website: http://www.zdravstvo.vojvodina.gov.rs/
Short description of your organization:

Provincial Secretariat for Health is provincial authority that regulates measures in the fields of healthcare aiming to provide quality healthcare to citizens in the Province of Vojvodina. Secretariat adopts special healthcare programs and prepares acts for the Assembly of the Provincial Government with the aim to establish more favorable conditions for healthcare. Secretariat is the founder of health institutions and special hospitals for rehabilitation in Vojvodina, Secretariat is also involved in programming and preparation of planning documents and policies in the area of health, as well as in development and implementation of projects financed by international programs.

Contact person Name: Marija Fenjac
Phone Number: +381641617126
Skype ID: marija_fenjac
Approved
Serbia
Čačak
Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Photography, Digital arts, Film, Video
Creative writing, Translation, Publishing
Website: www.cacak-dis.rs
Short description of your organization:

The Public Library “Vladislav Petković Dis” is the oldest cultural institution in Čačak and one of the oldest public libraries in Serbia. Founded in 1848, during the period of one and a half century the library of Čačak was being moved from one place to another several times. Nowadays it is the main library for the district of Morava, situated in the western part of Serbia, and it is in charge of public libraries of Gornji Milanovac, Guca and Ivanjica, also responsible for three special libraries, 10 high school and 34 primary school libraries. Čačak, with 100.000 inhabitants on average, is the administrative centre of the district of Morava and it is industrial, trading and cultural centre in this part of Serbia.
Our library bears its name in honour of Vladislav Petković Dis (1880-1917), a well-known Serbian poet born in Zablaće, a village near the town of Čačak, whose hard and tragical life depicted his poetry. Vladislav Petković Dis had published only two books of poetry prior to his death during the First World War, but his poetry still has a great influence on modern Serbian poetry and literature.
Through book lending and various programmes, such as workshops, exhibitions, internet and other contents, The Public Library “Vladislav Petković Dis” aims to spread basic principles of modern library and information science: free information for everybody, anywhere and anytime, popularization of book and reading, cultural and social interchange and diversity. We are also very

Contact person Name: Bogdan Trifunović
E-mail Address: bogdan@cacak-dis.rs
Phone Number: +38132222098
Approved
Serbia
Leskovac
Tangible culture – Libraries and archives
Website: https://www.nbleskovac.rs
Short description of your organization:

Leskovac Library was founded in 1879 in Leskovac. It became a public library in 1935 and in November 1959 it got a name that still carries - The Public library "Radoje Domanovic".

THE GOAL OF THE LIBRARY is to improve its services and to have a greater impact on the citizens through professional activities in the field of librarianship.

LIBRARY MISSION - The library as the holder of the library-information system in the area of the Jablanica District should be in the function of the cultural life of the community, personal, social and professional development of citizens.

VISION OF LIBRARY - To become the main initiator and creator of the cultural ambient of the city and the cultural and information center of the local community. In order to keep pace with the ever faster development of information and communication technologies, we create an environment in which we appreciate the opinions of every employee, and our vision is to connect creativity and innovation with the best library business practice in our work.

As the Central Library, the Public library "Radoje Domanovic" works on development and improvement of the work of 52 registered libraries - 6 public libraries, 44 school libraries, 2 special libraries and 5 stationed branches (Vučje, Grdelica, Pečenjevce, Brestovac and Predejane).

Contact person Name: Vesna Ilić
E-mail Address: lebiblioteka@yahoo.com
Phone Number: +381 69 2218047
Skype ID: lebiblioteka_1
Approved
Serbia
Belgrade
Publishing
Website: strik.rs
Short description of your organization:

Our goal is to present same content trough different forms: books, theatre, music, performance, video, acting.

Štrik Publishing House: 1. publishing high quality literary works 2. creates opportunities for different voices – we publishing literature written by women and literary works, literary theory and history, biography whose themes are marginalized groups or subversive issues 3. constantly perfect our promotion methods through interactive and multimedia actions – acting, performance, street art, video production, digital promotion.

Contact person Name: Ljubica Pupezin
E-mail Address: redakcija@strik.rs
Phone Number: +381 60 4441123
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