Meanwhile in Australia…

Meanwhile in Australia…
LOVE, RISK + MONEY

Exciting design talk Down Under: on Thursday, February 27 @ 6 pm, founder of Belgrade Design Week, JOVAN JELOVAC, will take part in a discussion titled: LOVE, RISK + MONEY – Is culture work a real economic option?, facilitated by Natasha Cica. Together with Pippa Dickson, chair of Design Tasmania and CEO of Glenorchy Art + Sculpture Park, and Ryk Goddard, actor and broadcaster, Jelovac will share his design experience and insight.

The event will take place at Dechaineux Theatre, Tasmanian College of the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart, Tasmania.
As well as this public event, Mr Jelovac delivered a masterclass for Tasmanian design professionals; meetings with key stakeholders in the industry; and appearing in THINKtent at MONA market on Saturday.

Jovan Jelovac’s visit to Tasmania is assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts, Liminal Studio and Belgrade Design Week.

View more at:
http://liminalstudio.cmail2.com
http://www.themercury.com.au
http://www.media.utas.edu.au

VOICE OF SUPPORT FROM THE PRESIDENT OF REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

„Expressing my confidence that your ideas will find support from all those who can help their implementation, I wish you success in your activities and in showing Serbian potential to the world.“ reads the President’s letter.

TASTY PACKAGING

Winner of BDW Grand Prix in 2012, brilliant French designer Mathieu Lehanneur, designed the interior of Wikibar, home of an amazing new food packaging concept: WikiPearl

P.S. Click here to watch the lecture of Mathieu Lehanneur at BDW conference 2012 online.

Recommended reading:
SERGEI the ARTIST
An interview with a renowned Danish-Ukrainian artist Sergei Sviatchenko appeared in Cold North Magazine. “He spans through the known and the unimaginable, and his artwork cuts through the boundaries of traditional and contemporary visuals, and he elegantly merge pop culture with politics, personal memories, history, architecture and science with logic and dreams”.
Sergei was a dear guest of BDW2013: design professionals and enthusiasts attended his collage workshop, and their works were displayed as a giant collage at the event’s exhibition the next day. We loved it!
LIGHTS, PLEASE!
BDW’s pet project – „100% Future Serbia“ showcases creativity in a space of just 1m².

This is a lamp by Marija Josifovski and Rade Zečević, our young talents from 100% Future Serbia 2013.

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Belgrade Design Week is really good. We were extremely well looked after, and the conference was dynamic, interesting and different. The food and the parties were also very memorable! Thanks for inviting us, we had an excellent time.

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