BRIDGE – BeRlin cultural Intervention – Differences Grow Equal

Timespan:15/04/2018 – 15/07/2018
Donor:Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Sarajevo (Small Culture Funds / ‘’Kleiner Kulturfonds’’)
Applicant:Local Democracy Agency Mostar (LDA Mostar)
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BRIDGE - BeRlin cultural Intervention - Differences Grow Equal

Timespan: 15/04/2018 – 15/07/2018

Donor: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Sarajevo (‘Small Culture Funds” / ”Kleiner Kulturfonds”)

Applicant: Local Democracy Agency Mostar (LDA Mostar)

Partner: Street Arts Festival Mostar


Bridge Concept is cultural exchange program between artists from Mostar, Sarajevo, Tuzla and Berlin trough street art and music. The idea is to bind these four cities trough the realization of cultural programs and art interventions in public space during the 7th Street Arts Festival Mostar.


  • Networking artists and musicians from Berlin and Mostar for the purpose of future
  • Promotion of Berlin’s street art and electronic scene in Mostar
  • Empowering the artistic cultural urban art platform in Mostar with artistic support
    from Berlin


The project envisaged two activities which were implemented within the frame of 7th Street
Arts Festival Mostar: mural panting and one music event. In regard to aforementioned, one of the most recognized abstract street artists from Berlin, Johannes Mudinger, painted a mural on one of the city buildings contributing to the developing street art scene in Mostar. Additionally. Mudinger visited the orphanage in Mostar and held art workshop on wall painting with the children. Another activity within the project was the performance of DJ Andre Schone from Berlin together with local DJ’s in the frame of ‘’StreetArtura Vinyl
Box’’ event of the Street Arts Festival Mostar. This event was one day conceptual program including a DJ workshop for youth. The aim of these programs and art actions was to empower relations between artist from Mostar and Berlin, and to create positive social reactions and multicultural connections.

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