“The winter is coming!” said John Snow. But not really, the winter is here! Here in Belgrade! So, get properly dressed (coats, scarves, hats, boots) and go play around the city this December. We are here to guide you through several interesting events. So, let’s kick off.


The thirteenth edition of the International Queer Film Festival Merlinka will be held from December 9 to 13, 2021 at the Belgrade Youth Center, and from December 10 to 13 at the Cultural Center Novi Sad, under the slogan “Festival 13”. During the five days of the event, 80 feature, documentary, and short films will be screened.

Find programme here

And FB event here



11.12.2021.12h – 18h ▶️Belgrade Apartment Today ICT HUB, Kralja Milana 10 ▶️▶️▶️Closed type Milena Ivanović (BAB) Darko Mijatović (Wienerberger)Alen Žunić (Allbatross) – keynote speakerAleksandar Đikanović (Xella Srbija) Saša Begović (3LHD) Milan Rašković (Cube Partners) Branislav Folić (Folić Architects) Ratka Antonijević (Baumit) Milka Gnjato (Zabriskie) Anđela Karabašević Sudžum i Vladislav Sudžum (AKVS) Dušica Gaković (Deka Inženjering) Nikola Lojanica (Mara Home) Aleksandar Gušić (Gušić Architecture)Miloš Milivojević (MM Studio) Nemanja Kordić i Ema Stojković Jerinić (MART) Presentation of the magazine „KONCEPT“

19h – 21h

▶️Balkan Cinema: Balkan Brutalism – Protection and Reconstruction – Panel discussionBalkan Cinema-Prof. Maroje Mrduljaš,PhD University of Zagreb – Faculty of Architecture-Prof. Msc Zoran Abadić University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture-Irena Ilić, Traffic Institute CIPVladimir Stevanović, PhD University Union – Nikola Tesla-Bogdan Stojanović, PhD Politecnico di Milano

Balkan Cinema: 21h –23h „Slumbering Concrete/Betonski spavači“ – documentary series, HulahopThe series “Slumbering Concrete,” tells the story of modern architecture in Croatia and the former Yugoslav region – an area singular among the vast number of abandoned and dilapidated 20th-century buildings of outstanding architectural value.

Find FB page and more info here

Stanislav Tolkachev (UA), Filip Xavi, Thinker@ DRUGSTORE

Party will happen on the 10th of December at the Drugstore club, Belgrade.

(Token, Mord, Semantica) UAFILIP XAVI

Often dubbed as ‘the Ukrainian techno maestro’, Stanislav Tolkachev is an inarguable global pioneer of techno. Influenced both by the classic sound of Detroit and the minimalistic style born in Berlin, his music is an ultimate artistic output of continuous exploration and
experimentation with psychedelic as well as atonal textures and sounds – tough, twisted yet dazzling. His live and DJ sets bridge the gap between shape-shifting experimentalism, sunken abstraction, and clever mixtures of gridlocked rhythms, verbed-out melodies, and faux-organic envelopes. Through his music, Tolkachev ultimately demonstrates the unlimited breadth and scope of his talent for sculpting pared-down techno statements that transcend both space and time, mood and atmosphere, trends and patterns. Tolkachev’s music has been released on many scene-shaping labels including Semantica, Token, MORD, and Subsist.

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Warming up for the New Year’s Marathon Central Dance Event 2022 on Friday, December 10 in the Port of Belgrade will be led by Seth Troxler – one of the most recognizable figures in electronic music, Frank Wiedemann – composer, creative initiator, and one half of the popular German electronic band Ame and Jimi Jules – a musician and one of the highly regarded underground DJs. Local support will be provided by Christian Molnar – one of the favorite regional DJs and Dakissa – winner of this year’s Let’s Mix It competition.

More info is available here

Legat Colakovic

Kata Mijatović: No Awakening @ Legacy Colakovic

Time:12.11.2021. – 20.01.2022

Location: Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković
Rodoljuba Čolakovića 2

The foundation for Kata Mijatović’s exhibition No Waking Up lies in the many years the author has spent exploring the phenomena of dreams and dreaming – more precisely, thematizing and researching the relationship between our rational self, which shapes all spheres of human action and life and, on the other hand, the large and unexplored area of the unconscious that redefines the constructed images of our reality.