Call for applications: PEACE Festival ’23
The Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) and Balkan Diskurs invite young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina to participate in the second edition of Peace Festival in Vitez from February 23 to 26, 2023.
Celebrating the Ex-Yugoslav Music Scene, Hall of Fame Style
Drawing inspiration from the Musicians Hall of Fame, Will Richard, an American, started the creation of the EX-Yugo Rock Center (EYRC) in Sarajevo. The aim of EYRC is to honor and celebrate Yugoslav Rock and Roll as well as the contemporary music scene in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region.
Robert Dacešin: Award-Winning Promoter of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The short video entitled “Why Bosnia and Herzegovina Can Be the Number One Tourist Destination in the World,” created by Robert Dacešin, won the award for the world’s best tourist film which will be presented on November 24th in Valencia by the International Committee of Tourism Film Festivals (CIFFT). This is just one of the …
The Mostar Association Rezon: A Platform which Values the Artists
For the last 11 years, a team of seven young people from the association Rezon have been creating an urban platform to strengthen the art scene in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The platform provides space for the education and affirmation of artists and young people, as well as for the greater involvement of women and …
International Documentary Film Festival in Tuzla is Reborn
After 32 years, a historical gem was reborn. The International Documentary Film Festival in Tuzla was restarted this year under its traditional symbolism of the Miner and the color red, which pays tribute to the blood spilled by the working class in the building of the country.
The Tradition of Sicanje – an Enduring Trace of Catholicism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Places that you visit spontaneously for the first time really have a special aura and soul. Just like that, with these emotions, my first trip to Rama was to study the traditional custom of tattooing among Catholics in Bosnia and Herzegovina.