The CLINK project stayed active on local level implementing the Pop-up galleries in the partner countries of the Balkans. The local events gathered around twenty-five youngsters from each community and reached more than 500 citizens.

The Pop-up galleries were informal artistic representations providing a new view over well-known public spaces, by contributing to a new urban identity of the city.

The aim of the Pop-up galleries was to establish a connection among public art, cultural heritage, art markets and other cultural art activities, supported by local artists. The Pop-up galleries enhanced the social and cultural richness of the local community and encouraged the observers to interact with the artwork, thus stimulating discussion and debate on relevant social issues.

Check out the Pop-up galleries overview HERE.

The Pop-up galleries were part of “CLINK – Cultural Heritage Linking Diversities in Europe”. The CLINK project is implemented by 10 partners from Croatia, France, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, supported through the L'Europe pour les citoyens Programme of the European Union.

The CLINK project stayed active on local level implementing the Pop-up galleries in the partner countries of the Balkans. The local events gathered around twenty-five youngsters from each community and reached more than 500 citizens.

The Pop-up galleries were informal artistic representations providing a new view over well-known public spaces, by contributing to a new urban identity of the city.

The aim of the Pop-up galleries was to establish a connection among public art, cultural heritage, art markets and other cultural art activities, supported by local artists. The Pop-up galleries enhanced the social and cultural richness of the local community and encouraged the observers to interact with the artwork, thus stimulating discussion and debate on relevant social issues.

Check out the Pop-up galleries overview HERE.

The Pop-up galleries were part of “CLINK – Cultural Heritage Linking Diversities in Europe”. The CLINK project is implemented by 10 partners from Croatia, France, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, supported through the L'Europe pour les citoyens Programme of the European Union.