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About the BSBSA project


1 October 2023 – 1 October 2027


The project consortium partners are Udruzenje Gradjana Kruna (Kruna) from Republic of Serbia, Mnogo Deinosti Enterprice (Mnogo Deinosti) from Bulgaria, and project coordinator is Save Or Cancel Production SRL (Save or Cancel) from Romania.

The project partners are Lente, Biblioteca Metropolitană București, Romexpo, and the media partners are IQads, La pas prin Brașov, Litera 9,, Munteanu, Revista Atelierul, Revista Golan, The Institute.


Romania, Bulgaria, Republic of Serbia


The project’s objectives are:

O1. To carry out six artistic interventions in public spaces in Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia to transform them into more welcoming and accessible places.

O2. To organise ten creative art workshops for children and adults, led by visiting artists and art professionals.

O3. To organise six artist talks, providing an opportunity for participants to learn from and engage with visiting artists and art professionals.

O4. To organise eight street art guided tours in Belgrade and Sofia.

O5. To publish an urban art book that documents the artistic interventions in Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia, and provides an overview of the project’s objectives, methodologies, and outcomes.

O6. To create a map highlighting the locations of the six artistic interventions, providing a guide for visitors to explore the transformed public spaces and learn more about the artists and art professionals involved.

O7. To organize three multidisciplinary exhibitions that display works from across the three countries, facilitating the cultural mobility of the artists’ works and fostering cultural exchange.


The BSBSA project is a collaborative effort uniting three organisations from Bulgaria, Serbia, and Romania. Their goal? To amplify the creation and circulation of European art. This initiative redefines public spaces across these countries through transformative art installations.

Co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the project focuses on bolstering the capacity of European cultural and creative sectors. It aims to achieve this by promoting international engagement through cultural exchanges and showcasing artists’ works in multidisciplinary exhibitions spanning the three nations.


At its core, the BSBSA project uses art to rejuvenate public spaces in Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia. Through a variety of means like artistic interventions, workshops, talks, tours, an urban art book, a street art map and exhibitions, it collaborates with local communities, artists, and stakeholders to regenerate and celebrate public spaces.