Within the campaign promoting cultural heritage, the EU Info Centre in Belgrade involved the youngest fellow citizens by organising a series of creative workshops entitled “Saturdays for Youth”. From 24 February to the end of June, workshops led by professional artists have been held in the Centre.
A selection of photos presenting European and Serbian cultural heritage is displayed in the main hall of Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment, in downtown Belgrade, which is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Serbia (1878).
„Being a Refugee“ presents 15 select objects from five East-Central European Museums. The precise culling is intended to make the experience of fleeing one’s home – a recurring reality in European societies for centuries – comprehensible.
Author: Strategic Communications
The House contains reproductions of the works of famous painter Mor Than, a Bečej native and of Hungarian origin, as well as an exhibition dedicated to his brother, Karoly Than, a famous chemist and one of the founders of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest.
Every third Saturday in a month, children have the opportunity to listen tales of writers such as Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, Charles Perrault, Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy, Hans Christian Andersen, Andrew Lang, in performance of professional actors.