“Me'Ndje Hapur” is the title of the project, which accompanied us throughout the month of September. This project aimed to educate the general public and address social issues through art. The project aimed to encourage and engage in raising the discussion on social issues such as: sexuality, gender inequality, mental health and corruption.
The project offered an opportunity to experiment for artists in different disciplines, in creating works as well as bringing them to a final exhibition.
This project had several preliminary meetings, where the artists had the opportunity to hold discussions about the issues to be held.
September 1 was the opening date of the exhibition, which was held in the gallery. The exhibition encouraged reflection and debate on important social topics around us. Gender inequality, corruption, mental health and sexuality were examined through art.
The works realized by Erald Nezaj, Kristanja Çene, Albi Yzo, Besa Mustafa, Samela Balazi and Kristian Zara showed interest among the visitors.
On April 4, a meeting was held, which brought together artists and people from different fields to discuss the topic "Sexuality and Gender Inequality".
On September 6, there was also a very interesting topic entitled "Corruption".
In this meeting, talks were held, opinions and suggestions were shared, which helped to develop a qualitative and fruitful discussion for everyone present and not only.
"Mental Health" the fourth topic, which gathered a group of people, who shared thoughts and gave different opinions. The artists participating in this project discussed their creations and mine in question.
The final exhibition of this project was held on September 13. In this exhibition there was a participation of people from different fields of art.
This project was realized by Tirana Ekspres and supported by the Swiss Cultural Fund, a project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), implemented by the Center for Business, Technology and Leadership (CBTL).