Exhibition: "Creation of modern Belgrade: from 1815 to 1964 from the collection of the Belgrade City Museum"23 | 4 | 2019
Authors: Angelina Banković, senior curator of the Belgrade City Museum and Zlata Vuksanović-Macura, scientific associate of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijić" SANU
April 17th - June 2nd, 2019.
Tuesday - Sunday, from 11.00 to 19.00H
Resavska 40b, Kneza Sime Markovića 8
The exhibition "Creation of modern Belgrade: from 1815 to 1964 from the collection of the Museum of the City of Belgrade" was created on the basis of the researching materials from the Collection for Architecture and Urbanism of the Museum of the City of Belgrade. It presents the urban and architectural development of Belgrade over a period of 150 years, during which the capital has been transformed from a borderland Oriental town into a modern European city. Visitors will have the opportunity to see over 400 original exhibits from the Collection for Architecture and Urbanism of the Belgrade City Museum. The shown photographs, drawings, projects, plans, postcards, and archival documents illustrate various phenomena from the history of Belgrade's development. The exhibition is divided into three chronological units. The first part is the period of the 19th century, that is, the period from 1815 to 1914, when Serbia gradually won its independence and freedom, and Belgrade became the capital of the Kingdom of Serbia. The following continent includes decades between the two World wars, from 1918 to 1941, in which Belgrade, as the capital of the newly formed Kingdom of Yugoslavia, faced successes and contrasts on the path to Europeanisation and modernization. In the last, third part, the time of reconstruction and construction after the Second World War was presented, until 1964, from which is chronologically the youngest group of materials kept in the Collection.
From 8-12th of August 2018. in the schoolyard of OŠ “Vlada Obradović Kameni” team Škograd has organized 2nd summer school called Schoolaboratory 002. Workshops were dedicated to designing interventions in the schoolyard thorugh questioning play, music and learning. Intervention in the playground was drafted and design of the open classroom was completed. This open classroom is planned to be built as an Urban hub 2 project in cooperation with BINA and Shared cities, Creative momentum platform in a Creative Europe program.
This program is intended for children of Ledine from preschool to upper secondary school age, for those who are enrolled or those who are early school leavers. About thirty children participated in the workshops each day.
BINA AFTER BINA | MY PARK Workshop for Children / Author and coordinator: Natalija Jovanović, BINA team13 | 7 | 2018
A TABLE FOR PLATO, PLATO FOR EVERYONE exhibition opening
Friday, June 15th. at 5:30 P.M. Municipality of Vracar, Njegoševa 77
15–25. June 2018.
Municipality of Vracar, Njegoševa 77
Tatjana Vukosavljević, Coordinator of the SCCM - Shared Cities: Creative Momentum Project