Magacin Kabare is the organisation in Bosnia and Herzegovina which promotes reconciliation and the sense of social responsibility through the creative engagement of agents of change in B&H who use art as a means of fighting for a better future of their communities and the whole country.
Magacin Kabare is the first organization in Bosnia and Herzegovina which promotes reconciliation and the sense of social responsibility through the creative engagement of agents of change in B&H who use art as a means of fighting for a better future of their communities and the whole country.
MALI MAGACIN KABARE
Mali Magacin Kabare is a place which encourages creativity through a 9-month program of expression for children and young people aged 6-18. By participating in acting classes, dance, stage movement, directing and design classes, the participants develop self-confidence, teamwork, and the sense of social responsibility. All the educators hold university degrees in art and are all accomplished in their fields of work.
LATE NIGHT KABARE SHOW
Late Night Cabaret Show aims to promote art through analyzing and dissecting current social issues using theatrical entertainment forms such as cabaret and stand-up comedy. Late Night Cabaret Show should represent Magacin Kabare’s “fast” reaction to current happenings in the society by using a timely artistic response.
Reconciliation and social responsibility through creative engagement as a change initiator in B&H is the thing that inspires us. By using art as a means of fighting for a better future of our communities and the whole country, we are searching for different models to promote our ideas. A society without divides is the only one capable of creating a better future.
Well, we are the problem, not you. But you become the problem because you listen to us.
– Ilijaz «Lazo» Crnjica, Army RBIH veteran
So, we’re not faced with our past, with the past of all of us. We can’t talk about my past, your past, someone else’s past; it’s our joint past. That’s inevitable and crucial and it’s something that you as future leaders have to work on in your communities and that’s worth fighting for.
– Sudbin Musić, war victim Prijedor
Bosna i Hercegovina
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