“My photographs are the revived images I experienced in my childhood; now, I wander through Serbia, recognize similar images, record them with my camera, thus preserving them from oblivion", says Stanko Kostić.
The City of Kragujevac is the first capital of the new-century Serbia. In it, the first court, the first grammar school, the first theater… were established, and the Serbian industry was born in this city. The Monument to the Pupils and Teachers Executed by Firing Squad and the “Fića” automobile are its symbols.
Andrew Derry is decisive to cope with numerous challenges of the modern education system. He believes that schools cannot live in isolation but should rather reach out to the entrepreneur community in order to connect students with the real world.
Dragan Kurucić is a member of the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Vojvodina, the Visual Arts Circle Association from the Fortress of Petrovaradin, and the European Institute for Photography.
Kristine Greenlaw is an educational leader who inspires her colleagues and students to assume challenges. She worked at numerous international schools in Central America, Asia and Africa.
Miloš Pantić is a well-known Belgrade man's hairdresser, but also a man who is passionate about art. On the 24th of August, at the Center for Fine Arts, Gvarnerius he opens his second solo exhibition and the first ever seen exhibition of a new art form – digital monotypes.
Ever since he presented the Letter of Credentials in February this year, the new Ambassador of Egypt to Serbia, H.E. Amr Aljowaily, has initiated a dynamic exchange between Egypt and Serbia with uncommon dynamism and a plethora of fresh ideas.
Our collocutor, Ivan Đoković, the Vice -President of the Provincial Government and the Provincial Secretary for Economy and Tourism set himself a goal to remodel Vojvodina into one of the leading European tourism regions.
Irena Vujović is the president of Savski Venac Municipality, where currently a huge transformation, certainly the biggest, not only in Belgrade, but throughout Serbia as well, is in progress.
Stanko Kostić, a photographer, from his early days, since when he has mastered the photographic craft, is dedicated to recording the beauties of nature and exploring the ethnographic and cultural heritage of Serbia.