Creative Center Tivat Presents Works of 30 Creative Women

By , 01 Dec 2019, 13:13 PM Lifestyle
December 1, 2019 - As part of the project "Women's Social Entrepreneurship in Culture," the NGO Creative Center Tivat is organizing the second of six exhibitions planned to present to the public the creative work of about 30 women who gravitate to this society. The interactive presentation will be staged at the Regatta Cafe in Seljanovo on Sunday from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Iva Gopcevic Celanovic, President of the Organization and Project Coordinator, is emphasizing the need to share creative energy and allow creative women to present their work and share the enthusiasm with others, from which they will draw inspiration for new creative cycles. Gopcevic Celanovic reiterated that there are a large number of creatives in Tivat who need a meeting place, which is one of the goals that this project aims to achieve.
"We believe that the comfortable space for creating and exhibiting our handicrafts is the space of the former MarMar Cafe in Donja Lastva. We have launched a petition on our website, urging fellow citizens to join us in our efforts to persuade local government officials to entrust us with this public space. With such a creative hub, we would offer Tivat and Lastva new content that, in addition to artistic ones, would also have significant entrepreneurial potential, especially in the context of tourism, "Iva Gopcevic Celanovic told Radio Tivat.
The Regatta will present works in various techniques today. In addition to art paintings, handicrafts painted natural materials, and visitors will also be able to see photographs, art installations, jewelry, artwork created at the loom.
The exhibitions are just one of the segments of the Women's Social Entrepreneurship in Culture project, through which Tivcan women and Tivat guests were offered a range of free creative workshops, as well as yoga and meditation classes. The project is being implemented through the RELOAD program, sponsored by the EU, implemented by UNDP in Montenegro, and the workshops, which will last for another five months, are open to all interested.

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