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Five organizations from Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia have been working on representation of contemporary female art through a set of different activities, with the latest one being residency held in Zadar, Croatia. The residency program has provided space and conditions for individual and collective creation and production of artworks, exchange of knowledge among young female artists and curators.
The two-week residency has resulted in a collective exhibition where VR-All-Art team has scanned art pieces using Artec Leo 3D scanner. Furthermore, several workshops were held for female participants in order to train them how to use digital and virtual tools. This way, artists will be able to continuously present and curate their artworks through the VR-All-Art platform.
The idea of the project is mainly based on participation of women in culture, their gathering and connecting with the aim of raising awareness of the role of woman in culture in the Western Balkan.
The upcoming collective exhibition will soon be available on VR-All-Art for the broad audience.This program is co-funded by the European Union.
"The First 100" is a never-before-seen Virtual NFT Art Fair featuring the pioneers and early adopters of what has become the ever-growing SolSea ecosystem.
The All-Art Protocol, developed by the team behind VR-All-Art, won second place in the NFT track of the global hackathon. Vitomir Jevremovic, CEO of VR-All-Art, said, “We are very happy the hackathon happened. As a team, we thrive the most when faced with short deadlines because they give us the necessary focus to transform our plans and vision into viable deliverables. The real work starts now.”