Greetings to the AspireBalkans blog, a one shop blog spot with information, offers, proposals, hunches and ideas about our forthcoming arts and creative education programmes across the Balkans. We’ve been working in Serbia since 2010, are building relationships in Macedonia, and looking forward to making new friends and colleagues in Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, Slovenia and across the region in the years to come.

Our work in Obrenovac, Serbia started here:

And carries on here:

Watch this space for further action!

Author: drnicko

Awarded an MBE for services to arts-based businesses, I am passionate about generating inspiring, socially engaging, creative practice within educational contexts both nationally and internationally.

2 thoughts on “AspireBalkans – MISIM ZNAŠ, TAJ RAD; BRATE!”

  1. …Misim znaš just an expression, not official, but we use it among all others to underline that we understand each other and whats going “you know, bro(ther)”…in regular spelling should be Mislim but we like to swallow some letters or even whole sentence…if you agree on working method right expression will be ” Taj rad, brate!” Lots of slang makes angry many intellectuals but finishes the job. So, for us born in “former” countries and ones born in “independent” states, still looking for identity even though our cultures are older than half of the world, priority must be to finish what we started and move on – in personal life, in business, in politics…So, if u agree, join us – MISIM ZNAŠ, TAJ RAD; BRATE!

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