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Student Tolerance Poster Show in Sarajevo

On October 24th 2022, Mirko Ilić gave the lecture "Design Activism" on the importance of free expression, art activism and youth engagement through design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

After the lecture, there was an opening of a tolerance poster show. The show was the result of the workshop of students from four art academies in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Trebinje and Široki Brijeg).

The show was opened by professor Bojan Hadžihalilović and Ferdinand Koenig, Head of Communications/Spokesperson, Delegation of the European Union to BiH & European Union Special Representative in BiH.

Moreover, the tolerance poster show and the Tolerance workshop with the fine art academies are realized to mark 2022 – the European Year of Youth. They are supported by the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina & the EU Info Centre in BiH.












 

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