Bohemian Square, the urban culture festival taking place in Brasov, will feature this year sections dedicated to Romanian design and architectural installations. The festival, at its third edition this year, takes place August 21st to August 23rd.
The event gathers over 150 artists, architects, designers and local and international musicians who gather in central Romania to explore together with the audiences fresh cultural events. The event, which includes visual arts exhibitions, alternative urban routes, film screenings, concerts and creative workshops, will take place in Piata Sfatului and in Enescu Square in Brasov and over 8,000 locals and tourists are expected to attend.
The Romanian design section will feature creators of local design brands and the concept-store Dizainăr will be present with a selection locally-designed items. The Architectural Installations Contest has his year the theme of Windows, and the six winning projects out of the 23 entering the competition will go on display during the festival. The public will also get the opportunity to discover Portuguese photographer Andre Vicente Goncalvez and US photographer Louise O’Rourke, while some of the music groups set to perform are Meszecsinka and sZempöl.
You can check the program of the festival here.
Photo source: Bohemian Square Facebook page