The Regional Reshaping Work Conference will be held in the central building of the University of Novi Sad (Rectorate). The building represents an impressive architectural solution, and is located in a beautiful park and university campus within a peaceful city district, near to the Danube river and close to the downtown area.
The University of Novi Sad, with more than 50,000 students and 5,000 employees, is one of the largest educational and research centers in Central Europe. The University offers around 400 accredited study programs at the level of Bachelor, Master, Specialist and Doctoral studies, carried out at its Faculties and within its Centers for Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies.
Especially significant for strengthening innovation is the Technology Park of the University of Novi Sad. With the support of the Faculty of Technical Sciences, around 140 start- up and spin-off companies have been founded here, mainly in the IT sector.
*In case you are coming by car, check out the available parking options.
Photo credits: University of Novi Sad
Authors: Djordje Madzarevic, Jelena Cvejin Poznic, Sanja Subotic Gantar, and Stefan Savic.
Svilara Cultural Station will host a unique art exhibition that will be an integral part of the Regional Reshaping Work Conference in Novi Sad.
The Svilara Cultural Station is a new community center in the City of Novi Sad. devoted to culture and cultural events. It’s located in completely reconstructed facilities of old silk factory, a former plant where silk was colored, and one of the most important symbols of city’s industrial heritage located in the first industrial zone and the oldest part of Novi Sad – Almas neighborhood.
Within the framework of Foundation Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture, Svilara has become a part of the cultural decentralization concept which aims to promote the participation of citizens and local community in cultural activities. Over the years Svilara has grown as a result of a committed and active local community whose energy has been recognized by the team of Foundation NS2021 ECC (European Capital of Culture) – and so the dreams of the local community inspired by Svilara’s heritage began to come true.
With the particular charm of a restored industrial building and an interior dominated by an old chimney, Svilara is a new landmark on the city’s cultural map that is open to all visitors – Novi Sad residents, as well as guests and tourists.
At the Community Center, you can flip through a good magazine or book, work on your laptop, or just relax and soak in the atmosphere that radiates with artistic and creative energy. Svilara has brought the spirit of cosmopolitanism to the oldest part of Novi Sad – the Almas neighborhood.
First time visitors often comment that “This is Berlin” or “This is the Netherlands”.
We say “This is Novi Sad – City of Culture” and we invite you to come and enrich the space with your energy!
Photo credits: Svilara