LDA Mostar: Mananing Director
LDA Mostar, as a locally registered non-profit organization, has been around for many years , and since its inception has implemented a number of projects in the local community, in order to support the local community in the process of democratization and accession to the EU, responding to the needs and problems of the same, all using the principles of multilateral decentralized cooperation, with ulkučivanje different actors. LDA Mostar is a good cooperation between different actors at different levels, including local and regional authorities, civil society organizations, non-governmental organizations, and European institutions.
Creative Curator: Senada Demirović Habibija
Born in Mostar 30th April 1975.
Master of Science degree in architecture and urbanism acquired at the Sarajevo Faculty of Architecture. Undergraduate studying in Rabat (Morocco), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and horses (Denmark).
Currently in preparation doctoral dissertation “Urban reconstruction in continuity”.
As an expert for cultural heritage worked in the project of reconstruction of the Old Town of Mostar in the office of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the World Monuments Fund Mostar (2000-2002). As an expert for urban planning, worked in the central zone of Mostar (District). Since establishment of City of Mostar, I work as an expert consultant for Spatial Planning in Urban planning and construction department of the City of Mostar.
From 1997 until today participated in numerous, seminars, conferences, workshops as coordinator, manager, trainer and mediator.
Since 2012, the program curator of New urban topologies in Mostar. One of the founders of the Center ADA Mostar.
Fluent in English, French and Italian.
Färgfabriken, Joachim Granit, Strategic Development of International Programmes
Since 1995 Färgfabriken has been producing a rich variety of exhibitions and diverse activities in the fields of art, architecture and urban development. Furthermore Färgfabriken is a meeting place for lively debates, discussions, seminars and serves as a node for many exciting projects that occur off-site.
Färgfabriken’s work is experimental and interdisciplinary and strive to create and provide the conditions for new thinking, innovative ideas and unusual exhibition projects. These provide our audiences with memorable experiences and often start ongoing debates. Färgfabriken makes room for the unexpected by bringing together different perspectives and interests from the areas of art, architecture and social science.