Urban Report – conferences

This article can be found in: Exhibitions, Urban Report

May-December 2011, Belgrade, Budapest, Sofia

The first conference at the launch of the #1 Urban Report volume part of the Belgrade International Architecture Week took place on 11 May 2011. The event, hosted by Belgrade City Museum, covered a presentation of the platform and programme delivered by Constantin Goagea, a conference on the Serbian contribution and its relevance in the project delivered by Ivan Kucina and two screenings (Looking for Oktober and Balkanized Deutsche Bank).

The next event, taking place on 5 November 2011 part of Sofia Architecture Wee, was at the Peform Business Canter: a project presentation (topics, network, correspondents) and of #2 Urban Report volume, delivered by Ştefan Ghenciulescu, and “The Limits of the Balkans” round table.

The third event took place at Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest on 2 December 2011, and included the following presentations: Miklos Peterffy about the project, topics and Urban Report network, Constantin Goagea about #3 volume (“Pioneers of emerging practices”; examples of urban practice and activation in the 4 participating countries in the project), Janos Vagi – Go Vorosto, a project of community building, Samu Szemerey – about the Yona Friedman exhibition open at Ludwig Museum, in connection with Urban Report topics, and a free debate, moderated by Samu Szemerey, on the transition and its meaning in the Balkans.

Organizer: Zeppelin team
Project funded by: Romanian Cultural Institute through Cantemir Programme, Administration of National Cultural Heritage, Order of Romanian Architects through stamp tax.