| Arts, Activism and Social Justice Summer School
| Urban Word Collective
| Prnjavor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
We very rarely have the opportunity to visit the capital of our country - Sarajevo. But this winter, our director responded to the invitation of the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina to visit the exhibition organized in cooperation with the Embassy of Great Britain in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the artist Dobrivoje Beljkašić. Given that we come from a small town in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina that belongs to the Republika Srpska Entity called Prnjavor, many of us have never had the opportunity to visit a museum. The museum educator politely took us through the responsibilities of a museum and explained why museum collections are important for all citizens of a given country. Then we visited the "Painter of Restless Imagination" exhibition. We were impressed by the scenes of Sarajevo and the portraits of people dear to him. After the guided tour with accompanying discussion was over, the educator asked us to share with the museum illustrations of cultural and historical monuments from the city we come from.
Three colleagues from our school decided to paint different sacral buildings from Prnjavor where Catholics, Orthodox, and Muslims pray. So, they painted Catholic and Orthodox churches and a mosque, thus showing the cultural and historical wealth of our country, but also the desire among the younger generations for coexistence among different religions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.