People who do not know us might think that we are some kind of developer that restores historical buildings in areas hit by war and natural disaster.
We would say that we are experts in human rights, reconciliation and poverty reduction. We restore cultural heritage, but help to build futures.As we see it, there is a clear link between restoring a building and building up human relations, trust, economies, societies – and indeed nations.
We would say that we are experts in human rights, reconciliation and poverty reduction. We restore cultural heritage,Read More
The aim of the programme is to create an environment where the community will become the main administrator of change and foster a sustainable economic growth through culture and cultural heritage in Kosovo and in the region.
Heritage Space enables artists and professionals in the field of culture, creative industries, and digital humanities to work in the preservation of cultural heritage through research, documentation and interpretation.
The program will strengthen peace building and democratic development by promoting cultural heritage as a basic human right.
The Adaptive Reuse is a series of measures and actions to be undertaken for documentation, restoration and reuse of the monuments.
This documentary brings six video-portraits of filigree masters from Prizren, and through oral history and the usage of photographs, documents and video material from personal archives, follows the pathways of the protagonist silversmiths in their profession.
“Those Who Drown Cling to Foam” is an animated documentary by Urtina Hoxha, which was produced within the fourth edition of Heritage Space.
“Yanko, Albanian King” is the first english translated avant-garde drama from Ilya Zbadnevich, translation by Sezgin Boynik as part of the fourth edition of Heritage Space.