From September 1st till September 12th, students from Poland, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia were at the island of Cres. The Adriart.CE (CEEPUS) workshop explored new ways of mobility and navigation in space during and after the pandemic. What novelty can foreigners bring to the city, what can they expect in return?

At the opening, participants showcased a developing interactive map of personal stories of the islanders, and an audio-visual guide to the invisible dimensions of the Palača Moise – Moise Palace, where the workshop took place, expanding into the city, and around the island. Among the participants, UNG School of Arts is represented by Nabil Nazem, Vasily Kuzmich, and Tijana Mijušković.


Olivera Batajić Sretenović and Nikola Knežević, Faculty of Applied Arts Fakultet primenjenih umetnosti, University of the Arts Belgrade, Serbia; Sanja Bojanić, Academy of Applied Arts Akademija primijenjenih umjetnosti Sveučilišta u Rijeci – studenti , University of Rijeka, Croatia; pETER Purg, School of of Arts, University of Nova Gorica Akademija umetnosti Univerza v Novi Gorici, Slovenia

UNIRI The Moise Palace: Cres Island

An education center of the University of Rijeka. A five-hundred-year-old patrician townhouse and the largest Renaissance palace on the Croatian islands. A venue and forum for various scientific and research activities, it welcomes visiting academics, students and scholars.