Inex Film presents a benefit party called “Decentralizacija Kulture or Decentralization of Culture” on 7th of March. Entrance is free but you can give your donation. Music: dub, reggae, bands. Warm up starts from 18 h in the lounge followed by documentary screening. Location: Višnjicka 76, 11000 Belgrade. Fbook event
At only 30 minutes drive from Terazije, although practically it’s still the territory of Belgrade, alternative cultural scene is almost non-existing, not because there is not enough critical mass, but because there are not enough opportunities and available resources which enable people to participate in, and shape the local scene according to their needs.The purpose of this event is to draw public attention how each centralization of culture directly threatens the human rights of young people as well as artists who live and work in the smaller communities.
For this reason, the Association of Non-Aligned artists, launched a volunteer program in Inex Film, with the aim of collecting funds for the organization of an independent cultural center in Vinca, one of the 15 settlements of Grocka municipality which have no independent (alternative / autonomous) space for culture.
Admission is free, charitable donations are preferred, while the prices of drinks are symbolic.
Irie Revolution Sound (Novi Sad)
Superstar Hi-Fi (Novi Sad)
Natty Riddim Sound (Smederevo)
Tamara Ristic, Kezz (Kikinda)
Ital Vision Sound (Beograd)
Roots And Sound
Centralized cultural scene of Belgrade is the main example and the mirror of a wider cultural scene in Serbia, where independent festivals, squats, social centers and renowned artists almost exclusively exist and act in administrative centers, and not in every place where there are young people with a desire to gather and produce. This creates the impression that it is undesirable for young people that are professionally engaged in alternative culture in places distant from the center of Novi Sad, Belgrade, Nis and Subotica. Therefore UNU wants to draw attention to the importance of ensuring equal opportunities for the affirmation of the independent cultural scene and young people in all locations throughout Serbia.
Egzoprostor is a concept that aims to offer high-quality cultural content, encourage young artists, but also to attract well-established that a joint work and improved the situation in the field of culture in all areas of our country. Egzoprostor is located on the right bank of the Danube, in the village of Vinca.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.