Every Wednesday at 18:00 and Saturday at 11:30, join us at Abrašević for a series of creative workshops for kids.
An uncompromising glimpse of the absurdity of social everyday life, the radio program Onomatobleja will be bringing their show to cities around Bosnia & Hercegovina.
Some upcoming events this month!
The Public Debate Agency (LDA Mostar), the Youth Council of the City of Mostar (VMGM) and the Youth Cultural Center Abrašević (OKC Abrašević) will organize a Public Debate "Five to Twelve" at OKC Abrašević in Mostar, on September 18th. Here, young people of of Mostar will have the chance to meet and question the candidates … Continue reading A Voice for Youth: Call for Participation in Public Debate
A couple exciting events coming up at Abrašević this month. Not to be missed!
Join us on Friday at 15:00 for a day of workshops, lectures and collaborations. Entire event is free and open to the public!
We spent last weekend on Ruište where OKC Abrašević started its latest project, Narrative Bridges, which seeks to explore and encourage intercultural understanding in our immediate geographical environment.
Parnepar will be playing at OKC Abrašević on Thursday July 26th at 21:00.
Here are a couple of events going on at Abrašević this month, stay tuned for more!
Thanks Alexandro for the new splash of color!
What is new at Abrašević this month?
Thursday night's music is for dancing, nodding, and contemplation ...
Don't miss our weekly radio show Another Name for Freedom, in cooperation with Radio Otvorena Mreža (Radio Open Network).
An informal group of activists are organizing a performance which will take place at the Partisan monument in Mostar.
Refugees from Iran, Pakistan, Afganistan, and Syria, after living in Sarajevo park, started their path towards the refugee camp Salakovac on the 18th of May.
After receiving a donation of art supplies from "Daj šta Daš," people gathered at Abrašević to paint, draw, and crochet as a part of a creative art session.
In the wake of the world football championship, we will bring you a free screening of the film Two Schools by Srđan Šarenc on May 27th at 18:00, at OKC Abrašević.
Street Arts Festival Mostar, celebrating its seventh birthday this year, is an initiative promoting urban street art and culture.
Literary Group 90+, an informal group of young poets and writers born in the 1990s, was formed in Zagreb in 2015 with the aim of connecting young and non-affirmed writers and giving them a platform for their voices to be heard in the local art scene.
At Abrašević, all activities are supervised under the critical eye of Titi, our resident cat.
Check out what is happening at OKC Abrašević this month!
Come and enjoy a night of domestic brews and socializing at Abrašević every second Thursday of the month.
Join us for a day of workshops, lectures and collaborations as a continuation of last year’s “Share and Care.”
In cooperation with the Swiss Embassy, OKC Abrašević worked with students to create audio postcards that represented their home towns in Herzegovina.
Here are a couple events coming up this month at Abrašević,
The budget for green spaces is only one example of the lack of accountability in the municipality government and how the absence of elections has drawn out the situation.