INSTANT MIX THEATER LAB FOUNDING PROJECT
The aim of the project is the development of multilingualism and interculturalism in contemporary society, on the one hand, and, on the other hand, it presents an experimental approach to the translation of drama text into another language, including how to deal with the language barriers in experiencing the theatre, as well as other cultural, territorial and nationals peculiarities.
Participating countries: Serbia, France, Great Britain
Funded by: Creative Europe
Project duration: 2016 – 2017
BIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE. THE PUBLIC SCULPTURES OF NOVI SAD
The project is envisioned as an attempt of artists and students to tackle the issue of irresponsible urban planning. The case study focused on the problem of public sculptures of Novi Sad.
Participating countries: Serbia, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary
Duration of the project: 2014-2015
Funded by: International Visegrad Fund
Project website: bizarrelovetriangle.akademija.uns.ac.rs
PANNONIAN ART PATH – strengthening cooperation and networking between higher education institutions in the field of art and ecology
The project aimed at stimulating creative research in the field of land art, linking it with fundamental postulates of environment protection and healthy life style, through intensive work with students.
Participating countries: Serbia and Croatia
Duration of the project: 2013-2014
Funded by: IPA Cross border cooperation Croatia Serbia
Development of higher education and society by creating a collaborative environment in the field of arts and media through regional student partnership in production of audio/video content
The goal of the project is improvement of the educational process for the students of audiovisual art and media studies, their need to participate in professional production and to present their work to the public.
The participating countries: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Bulgaria
Funded by: TEMPUS
Duration of the project: 2013 -2016
Project website: studavp.net
Introducing interdisciplinarity in Music Studies in the Western Balkans in Line with the European Perspective
The goal of the project was development of an interdisciplinary approach in higher education in the field of music.
Participating countries: Serbia, Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244/99), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Sweden
Duration of the project: 2011-2015
Project website: inmuswb.net