The second walk within the ‘Kinoplov’ project will be implemented on 26 September at 7:30 p.m. The starting point is the Small Art Gallery of the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad (Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard no. 9), and the final point is the ‘Bulevar Books’ bookstore where the movie projection will be held. We will see how the centre of Novi Sad and the streets around the Fish Market in the late ’50s looked like and how the university centre and Limani looked like during the ’60s and ’70s in the second edition of the ‘Kinoplov’. We will take a walk along the Quay to Oficirac and the Petrovaradin Fortress through fragments from the raw material. The event is implemented by the Kino Club Novi Sad and the ‘Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture’.
‘Arhitura’ reveals stories about Novi Sad from the architecture point of view
How was Novi Sad built, what were the stories behind modern architecture, who were the architects responsible for the buildings that made Novi Sad recognisable?
The first part begins in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina at 11 a.m. The second part includes visits to Studio M and Center for Trade Youth of Novi Sad. The afternoon walk starts in front of the Rajko Mamuzić Gift Collection at 3 p.m. And the walk also includes visit to two nearby villas that are interesting from the architecture point of view. The morning part of the walk starts in front of the StartIT Centre at 11 a.m., and it includes visiting the Spens. In the afternoon, the walk starts from the Science and Technology Park at 3 p.m., while the participants will take a walk to the Faculty of Agriculture and the Faculty of Philosophy afterwards.
The second cycle of the ‘Walks through the Modern Novi Sad’
The last weekend in September brings two more walks within the second cycle of the ‘Walks through the Modern Novi Sad’. You can apply here.
The last two walks of the ‘Tell me a Story’ project
A bit different walk, in fact a bicycle ride, is brought by the ‘Tell Me a Story’ project. It is scheduled for 30 September at 4 p.m. in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Slobodan Šušnjević, photojournalist and multimedia artist, author of several solo exhibitions, the initiator of a critical mass that foster amateur cycling with the aim of raising environmental awareness, will walk you through the city’s bike lanes, drawing attention to some specific points. The cycling route goes from the Quay to the Channel, and back to the Rectorate Building, Bećarac, Czech Magazine and Uspensko Groblje.
The third walk, scheduled for the 4 October, reveals the story of Novi Sad from Nebojsa Živković point of view. Ne is one of the world’s most famous percussionists, composers and professors at the Vienna Conservatory and the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He will introduce the audience to his memories and beginnings at the ‘Isidor Bajić’ music school, current experiences and connections with Novi Sad. His story will be accompanied with fragments of his musical opus and photographs. The walk begins at 3 p.m. at the entrance of the Dunavski Park from the Dunavska Street.