As part of Bucharest’s candidacy to the European Capital of Culture title, ARCUB hosts a cultural event for and with children and youth throughout September 7 – 14. CUT FRAME – IN-VISIBLE BUCHAREST covers a week time’s of workshops, creative labs, research labs, performances, concerts, exhibitions and film projections. All created by children and teenagers in Bucharest and dedicated to youth who have a passion of art (of any kind). No matter whether we talk about theatre, film, photography, music or literature, CUT FRAME covers a wide array of interests in the area of arts and invites all citizens of Bucharest to experiment with new forms of artistic expression, or to reinterpret traditional ways of expression.
In CUT FRAME – IN-VISIBLE BUCHAREST’s programme:
Mon, September 5 – Wed, September 14 – Creating the City – creative workshop dedicated to children and teenagers, București 2021 pilot project
Wed, September 7 – My Bucharest – a show created by the National University of Theatre and Film students
Fri, September 9 – Sun, September 11 – Showcase of Young Talent (SYT) – an event showcasing portfolio of very young artists
Mon, September 12 – Wed, September 14 – 3 Days of Youth – 3 days of exhibitions, discussions, film projections and workshops, dedicated to teenagers
Mon, September 12 – GoBucharest – projections of the documentaries resulted in the omonymous visual education workshops
Wed, September 14 – Bucharest. Human Installation – theatre play, an ARCUB production.
Among the festival’s organizers, together with ARCUB and Bucharest 2021, are Asociația T.E.T.A (organizers of Ideo Ideis Youth Festival), teens at CNSS – ShootHigh Photography Club – at Sfantul Sava College in Bucharest, and NUTF sophomore Acting students.