Theatrical Action
The Dah Theatre, Serbia

Direction and dramaturgy: Dijana Milošević
Dramaturgy collaborators: Ivana Milenović Popović, Maja Mitić
Performers: Đorđe Dragićević, Milica Janković, Kristina Kika Jovanović, Ivana Milenović Popović, Tina Milo Milivojević, Maja Mitić, Ivan Nikolić, Anđela Popović
Musicians: Nemanja Ajdačić, Ugleša Majdevac
Composition In/Visible City: Nemanja Ajdačić, Ugleša Majdevac
Organisation: Nataša Novaković
Social networks: Aleksandra Stojanović
Blog collaborator: Marija Muždalo
Costume: The Dah Theatre
Round table: Maja Mitić

Starting from the fact that Serbian cities and towns have always been, today even more so, multiethnic cities with a large number of inhabitants from different backgrounds and cultures, and that this awareness has faded out due to the crises and wars that created multiethnic tensions rather than understanding, this project promotes different ethnic cultures that coexist today.
The main aim of the project In/Visible City is to make the multiethnic structure of the cities in Serbia and the richness of different ethnic cultures more visible, to rediscover what has become lost or hidden, and that was created by joint forces of this society, which is multinational, and that has been part of our culture for centuries.
The pilot project was created in 2005 in Belgrade. The performances that told the multiethnic history of Belgrade were staged in buses. The project was later extended to other Serbian cities, and then it was successfully realised in Norway (2008) and throughout Europe. This was followed by the realisation of the project within the EU programme Culture 2007-2013, with four partner countries: Denmark, Macedonia, Great Britain and France.     
The project won the prize for the best project in the field of social integrations awarded by the Erste Foundation.
There will be a projection of the film In/Visible City within the round table, as well as a public discussion aimed at shedding light on the cultural image of Serbia from the point of view of multiethnicity.
The project was supported by:
AP Vojovdina – The Provincial Secretariat for Culture and Public Information
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia
Erste Bank
The City of Belgrade – The City Secretariat for Culture