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Made in Dubrovnik – cultural factory in the pipeline

By  Nov 22, 2016

Dubrovnik could soon get a “Culture Factory.” The Mayor of Dubrovnik, Andro Vlahušić, the director of the Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA, Andrea Novakovic, the head of the Department for Culture and Heritage, Ana Hilje and the director of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Ivana Medo Bogdanović, visited the proposed site for the “Culture Factory” in Komolac yesterday.

The space, an old factory from the TUP company, has been taken on a ten-year lease by the City of Dubrovnik for the purpose of establishing a culture centre away from the centre of the city.

The space is a former industrial plant stretching over 900 m2 and with grounds of 1,500 m2. The goal is to renovate the space using funds from the European Union and to create an incubator for cultural and creative industries under the theme of “Made in Dubrovnik.” The project design of the complex will also include a club room for the social needs of the village of Komolac.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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