POSITION (PLACE) OF THE USER / CITIZEN IN THE PUBLIC SPACE PLANNING PROCESS / Coordinators: Nataša Đurić and Milena Zindović9 | 4 | 2019
Milena Zindović and Nataša Đurić have posed the question of the position of a citizen in the process of the planning of public spaces in Belgrade by starting a project entitled “Citizen-Friendly Public Space”, wishing to instigate dialogue between the professionals (architects and planners), city institutions and citizens (end users) during the process of the planning of public spaces in Belgrade.
In the workshop, they will convey the attitudes of citizens - participants in the panel discussions held on the topic "Citizen-Friendly Public Space" - and also representatives of administration and professionals in the process of urban planning in Belgrade, whom they address with a request that the Belgrade city planning documents, namely the public urban space building regulations, should incorporate provisions binding the city authorities to have public urban spaces designed according to the rules of citizen participation and gender equality.
The aim of student workshop 100 years of Bauhaus (1919-1933) is the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the School of Architecture, Applied Arts and Design in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin known all over the world known as the Bauhaus International School. Bauhaus or "house of the building" is the name derived from the reversal of the German language, "Hausbau", "building the house" with involvment of various crafts *. The founder of the school, architect Valter Gropius (Walter Gropius), wanted to unite the tradition of German craftsmanship, the principle of modern design and the potential of industrial production.
19.00 EXHIBITION OPENING
Organization: Belgrade School of Polytechnics and BINA
→ Faculty of Fine Arts, Scandinavian Pavilion, Mila Milunovića 1, Senjak
WHAT IS A FACULTY? CCB WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS / Coordinators: Sonja Jankov i Ana Nedeljković8 | 4 | 2019
The CCB Workshop for Children and Adults is a series of creative workshops for children aged from 6 to 10 and for adults (parents, guardians, grandparents, relatives, friends...). The workshop is aimed at bringing Belgrade Cultural Centre programmes closer to the youngest audience in an entertaining and child-friendly manner and to develop their creativity, critical thinking and interest in art and culture. An important aspect is partnership between children and adults. The workshop’s themes are most often related to exhibitions currently staged at the Centre. The programme includes: an introduction, exploring the exhibition, talking with artists and/or curators and practical work - discovering various possibilities of expression through drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, video.
The CCB Workshop is a cycle of creative workshops the basic idea of which is to bring Belgrade Cultural Centre programmes closer to young people (especially high school students). The workshop’s programme consists of the presentation of the current exhibition, discussion with artists and curators and the practical application of the artistic approach characteristic of the exhibition (drawing, painting, photography, video…). The programme’s long-term goal has been defined as work on the formation of a future active audience and participants in the local art scene and the development of cooperation of cultural and educational institutions.