The Centre for Architecture, Dialogue and Art ADA Mostar is launching the Summer School “Urban Synapse” MOSTAR 2015 which will take place on 29th July – 5th August in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The aim of the Summer School is to gather 25 students from Mostar, Sarajevo, Tokyo, Vienna, Zagreb and Belgrade to exchange the views, dialogue and practical work to produce architecture design for The Center – ADA. The important part of the Summer School program is Public lecture by one of the world’s most famous architects, prof. Kengo Kuma, who is going to be President of the Jury of the Summer School.

Also you can support the realization of this interesting project! With the financial contribution you can make this event more accessible for the students because there is an effort to provide participants with the scholarships to cover part of their participation costs. According to the estimated budget, 220 euros will be sufficient for one student to cover part of lodging and travel costs.

By supporting youth participation in the Summer school with the outstanding professors, you also support the whole idea of ADA Center to become an independent platform for dialogue, where art and architecture are means of articulation. You support a platform as innovative approach to deal with the issue of division of the City of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Region in whole, the issue that citizens of this wounded city struggling for two decades.

Centre for Architecture, Dialogue and Art ADA Mostar is an independent platform on which citizens, public institutions, associations and representatives of economic and social areas can meet and consume the city as a cultural expression through art and architecture beyond the theory.

Centre ADA is established within the LDA Mostar in April this year, after three years of activities focused to reach this goal. More about ADA centre please read on the new web site.

Please find here more information about the Summer School

See also the news item about LDA Mostar has opened Youth Info Point

The Centre for Architecture, Dialogue and Art ADA Mostar is launching the Summer School “Urban Synapse” MOSTAR 2015 which will take place on 29th July – 5th August in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The aim of the Summer School is to gather 25 students from Mostar, Sarajevo, Tokyo, Vienna, Zagreb and Belgrade to exchange the views, dialogue and practical work to produce architecture design for The Center – ADA. The important part of the Summer School program is Public lecture by one of the world’s most famous architects, prof. Kengo Kuma, who is going to be President of the Jury of the Summer School.

Also you can support the realization of this interesting project! With the financial contribution you can make this event more accessible for the students because there is an effort to provide participants with the scholarships to cover part of their participation costs. According to the estimated budget, 220 euros will be sufficient for one student to cover part of lodging and travel costs.

By supporting youth participation in the Summer school with the outstanding professors, you also support the whole idea of ADA Center to become an independent platform for dialogue, where art and architecture are means of articulation. You support a platform as innovative approach to deal with the issue of division of the City of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Region in whole, the issue that citizens of this wounded city struggling for two decades.

Centre for Architecture, Dialogue and Art ADA Mostar is an independent platform on which citizens, public institutions, associations and representatives of economic and social areas can meet and consume the city as a cultural expression through art and architecture beyond the theory.

Centre ADA is established within the LDA Mostar in April this year, after three years of activities focused to reach this goal. More about ADA centre please read on the new web site.

Please find here more information about the Summer School

See also the news item about LDA Mostar has opened Youth Info Point