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Students' City Cultural Center was founded in 1971 and opened in May 1974. SCCC is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia and is situated in New Belgrade, with in the Student City campus, the largest student complex in the Balkans. SCCC cover important areas involving creativity: Literature, Theater, Music, the Visual Arts, Film, the Humanities and Science. Programs are conducted via lectures, discussions, exhibitions, artist in residencies programs, concerts, film and music festivals, theater projects and various workshops. The basic program objectives of SCCC are: addressing the cultural needs and values of students and nurturing new ones; involving the students community in art and humanities projects that can serve as a powerful tool for understanding contemporary society; improving and fostering different forms of creativity of students through, innovative educational programs from all fields of art and humanities, research and participative art projects. SCCC is a modern and functional structure, consisting of a management building, large and small auditorium, library with reading rooms, two galleries and a floor with an amphitheater and outdoor stage. It has film and video production equipment and facilities to host concerts, as well as modern equipment allowing multimedia exhibitions and the staging of theatrical plays. SCCC promotes its own productions through self-published editions.