Virdžinija Đeković

Virdžinia was born in Pančevo in 1985, where she also attended the Uroš Predić high school. She studied Serbian Literature and General Literature at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade and also graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts with a degree in Management and Production of Theatre, Radio and Culture. She is currently completing her Masters-level studies in Management in Culture and Media (at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts). Previously she has worked as a radio presenter, journalist, PR, project manager and organiser and permanent associates in the organization “Liceulice”. Significant festivals and projects on which she has worked include: The Festival of International Student Theatre (FIST); The Festival of Student Film (FSF); The BITEF Festival – BITEF Polyphony; The Palić Festival of European Cinema; and Ex Teatra Fest. Along with friends and colleagues Virginia was one of the founders of Tačka komunikacije in 2011.


Andrija Stojanović

Andrija was born in Belgrade in 1984. He is currently in the final phases of his studies in Management and Production of Theatre, Radio and Culture at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and also in Information Management at Singidunum University, Belgrade. He has gained professional experience through various cultural events (BITEF, BELEF, FIST, FSFS, Joy of Europe) and in 2011 he was a founding member of Tačka komunikacije, which has enabled him to work on the design and production of cultural heritage, social history and new media projects.


Vladimir Radinović

Vladimir was born in Belgrade in 1984. His studies included New Media at the University of Novi Sad and completed a Masters in Digital Culture Theory at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Vladimir is the Programme Editor for the independent radio station NOFM.rs and an associate at the architectural and educational platform, Scapes Lab. He has been working in music production and audio arts for over ten years and has exhibited his work at galleries and festivals around the world. Vladimir is enthusiastic about digital cartography and researching cities by blending psychological and geographical approaches.


Vladimir Dulović

Vladimir was born in Belgrade in 1977 where he completed his education as well as studies at the History Faculty on the topic of “The Naming of Belgrade Streets and Squares as a Reflection of the Ideology of the Governing Regime”. In the mean time he also received the award for the best final paper at the Belgrade Open School in 2003. In 2010 Vladimir completed his Masters-level studies in Medieval History at the Central European University, Budapest, whilst also participating in an international project on newly formed national identities in South Eastern Europe. Vladimir is also a successful writer, having authored several travel guides to Serbia and beyond as part of the “In Your Hands” guidebook project.


Nevena Desivojević

Nevena has graduated from the Management and Production of Theatre, Radio and Culture course of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade. During her studies she participated in the production of the International Cultural Cooperation: Best Practices 2009/2010 handbook. The Festival of International Student Theatre (FIST) 2009-2013 gave her firsthand experience of theatre production. Later, she collaborated with BITEF (in 2010, 2012 and 2013) as a troop manager. Through her work on the Strategy for the Cultural Development of Aranđelovac she initiated the KOLAŽ festival. She has also developed her interest in film by creating the short documentary, Cifras y Letras (Barcelona 2013) and is a student at the KVADRAT film school (2013-2014).


  • Darko Stanimirović, photographer and user experience designer
  • Miloš Malović, programmer
  • Džordžija Đeković, designer
  • Mane Radmanović, designer
  • Ivan Kovanović, translator


  • Eva Škorić -2nd year student of Cultural Management at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts
  • Marijana Stefanović – 2nd year student of Cultural Management at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts