BDW is proud to announce cooperation with the “Russian Creativity Week”. “Russian Creativity Week” is the first Russian international festival of the entire creative industries, showcasing the power of creativity that allows us to solve the most complex problems of our time, and achieve positive changes in people’s lives.
Djordje Ozbolt’s project “Regaining Memory Loss” has won this year’s fierce competition to represent Serbia at the 58th International Art Biennale in Venice, from May 11th to November 24th 2019. Belgrade Design Week has submitted this exhibition and won the nation-wide competition by The Serbian Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with the Author himself. The Curator of the selected project is Nicoletta Lambertucci from London, UK.
Founded in 2005, as a true rarity in the world of festivals – as a non-profit NGO, Belgrade Design Week is the first festival of creative industries and modern business in Serbia and the South East European region, covering an area home to more than 100 million people from Milan to Istanbul
Our vision for the “100 Creative Playgrounds for Children of Serbia” project stems from the basic vision and mission to apply design-thinking in all aspects of our daily needs as society – in this case in creating playgrounds for children which are safer and more beautiful for playing
Belgrade Design Week is proud to be one of the Partners of the Human Cities/ Project. The mission is about “Challenging the City Scale”, taking part in the (re)invention of urbanity within the focus on how citizens are (re)appropriating the contemporary and ever-changing city by experimenting in the urban space
100% FUTURE SERBIA project is devoted to the promotion of young and talented designers, whose works are presented in shop windows all over the city center. The main idea is to transfer classical museum exhibitions to the streets of the city and to present them to a wider general audience, not only to those who regularly visit galleries and exhibitions
Creative Forum Serbia gathers the best and most innovative members of the Serbian creative community – advertisers, architects, designers, photographers, fashion experts, filmmakers, IT experts, as well as businessmen, government and cultural workers – in order to create a brand new platform for people to network, meet, exchange ideas and discuss new business endeavors