Advancing the idea of tolerance in a cultural-art way is an important part of the festival program that, aside from educating and inviting the public to act together and develop the cultural dialogue, also enriches the cultural program of the city.
Some art branches, such as photography or video, have shown themselves as the fastest and most effective way of approaching the broader public. Scenes that we are witnesses to through the media are in a way documents of reality, indicators of those truths and facts that we might not always want to see or acknowledge, but that remind us that injustice happens in all countries, on all social levels and among all age groups. Today, more then ever, we cannot allow to turn our heads away, to close our eyes to something because we feel that "it’s not our concern" - only by acting together can we make this world a better and more just place for all.
For the Festival in Podgorica we have, thanks to Mr. Mirko Ilić, prepared an interesting exhibition of original Anti-masonic posters from the 40s that you can see in KIC.
The project is co-financed from the Europe for citizens fund - EACEA European Remembrance.
"Anti-Masonic posters" is a thematic exhibition of Nazi propaganda posters in Serbia during the World War II. The posters are owned by world-renowned designer Mirko Ilic. The exhibition is being held as an additional program of the Festival of Tolerance and can be seen from May...