BeFem 2015

The first weekend in December is called BeFem. Companions are gathering for the seventh time in Belgrade, ready to change themselves and the world. With our minds sharpened, bodies playful and perspectives unlimited, we are going to discuss, reflect on and celebrate feminism.

Motives of this year’s BeFem are depicted by waves – past and future ones. We’ll unpack the heritage of the past struggles, in order to prepare ourselves for the future ones. We’ll start introspectively, asking ourselves who, where, when and how has a right to feminism, and we’ll end up… who knows where!

We’ll talk to women football players, goat keepers, divas of the dance floor, politicians, theoreticians, femmes fatales, artists and all other identities you bring along.

We all fight inequality uncompromisingly and revolutionary. There is no stable ground, so bring along your surfboards that will help you cut through the waves of patriarchate and all its side-effects, of capitalist exploitation of labour and body, fascistization of political and other social practices.

We’ll focus our discussion on the refugee crisis, labour discrimination, surrogate motherhood, and feminist political parties. We’ll strengthen regional, international and intergenerational networking strategies. We’ll listen to each other, laugh and stir waves!

December 5th and 6th 2015, Cultural Centre Grad, Belgrade 

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Performers, BeFem Festival 2015

Mirjana Mirosavljević Bobić

Mirjana Mirosavljević Bobić

Mirjana Mirosavljević Bobić, a feminist. Lives, loves and drives mostly in Belgrade (as every girl coming from the countryside). One autumn day, she will move to Iceland.
Bobana Macanović

Bobana Macanović

Bobana Macanović is a phenomenal feminist and activist working in Autonomous Women’s Centre and witch-crafting on Sundays, during church masses, hoping to be/come lesbian in her next life too. Left her signature in the visual identities of feminist publications, designed numerous campaigns against male violence against women, in 90s was a guest at TV Palma sharing experiences of lesbian existence, and crossed borders on foot driven by a wish to meet her feminist friends. Has a charming scar over her right eyebrow, earned at the first Pride Parade. Straightforward with everyone and against hierarchy. Always says all the best about herself, based on the principle that she can give herself any kind of support needed.
Berina Džemailović

Berina Džemailović

Berina Džemailović is a Sociology student, co-founder of KRIVA – Feminist Media Production, an online media platform dealing with the topics of feminism, gender and sexuality. She used to be an active member of queer-feminist groups in Sarajevo, and today she is interested in feminist theory and critique, as well as in video production and journalism – the fields she is more active in for the last two years.
Andrea Jovanović

Andrea Jovanović

Andrea Jovanović is a philosopher and a member of collective Gerusia. Theoretically interested in the critique of political economy, Marxist feminism and Marxist theories of labour. Politically interested, shortly put, in designing and taking part in the struggle for egalitarian society of free individuals. From time to time, she writes a newspaper article or two.
Snežana Jakovljević

Snežana Jakovljević

Snežana Jakovljević is one of the founders of the Association of Women Sandglass (Peščanik) in Kruševac. Born in January 1961. Her parents were Marica and Mihajlo. Her sister is Lidija. Her friends are Slavica, Snežana, Irena, Gordana, Suzana... Her colleagues are Zvezdana, Milkana, Nada, Milica... and all the other great women she enjoys talking to and / or being silent with. She wrote Eve of the Cage, Ipal, En, Den, Dina and The Best of 10 In the Bar. Thanks to writing, she survived. Thanks to feminism, she discovered that she was all right and that women were all right. She is excited by challenges, journeys, creativity... and the sea. If she had to choose to be something else, she would choose to be a sea.
Kiros

Kiros

Judith Kiros is a literary scholar, culture critic, poet and a podcaster.
Iva Knežević

Iva Knežević

Iva Knežević lives in Zagreb. Fell in love with sports as a little girl, since her older brother has always had command over the remote control and she had to watch what he chose. She organizes recreational football for women in Zagreb. A member of Zbeletron, straight friendly collective that promotes LGBTIQ culture through sports games and workshops.
Kristijana Cacić

Kristijana Cacić

Kristijana Cacić is 23 years old. Lives and plays football in Zemun Polje, and has kicked ball since she was 8. She started playing football in the football club “Perspektiva” together with boys, and at the age of 14 a coach Snežana Rajačić invited her to girls' football club „Sloga“ from Zemun. It was the first time she came in touch with women's football in Serbia. Since then, she played in four clubs in Serbia and one in Austria.
Jelena Pilipović

Jelena Pilipović

Jelena Pilipovic was born in 1984 in Belgrade. Graduated Economics and Tourism. Was engaged in different amateur sports, including handball, basketball and kickboxing. Considers herself semi-talented for everything. She has played football since primary school, first with boys from the hood, and today with like-minded girls. She is an active member of the recreational sports group FemSlam, which gathers LGBT women and empowers women through sports. Most important games she played were at the Zagreb Qsport 2015 tournament and the one played against Novi Sad team during the Pride Week.
Maja Arđelan

Maja Arđelan

Maja Ardjelan, born in Sarajevo, grew up in Mokrin, lives and works in Belgrade. Tattoo artist and footballerina (a member of activist football initiative called FemSlam). Active since 2011.
Mari Carrasco & Talia Gallegos Fadda

Mari Carrasco & Talia Gallegos Fadda

Mari Carrasco is a freelance dancer and choreographer. She graduated from Ballet Academy in 2008 and has been working as a teacher, dancer and choreographer since then. In 2010 she created her own company and have done collaborations with Riksteatern and Unga Klara in Stockholm, Sweden. With her piece BARTOLOEMO she and her dancers have traveled all over the world performing for children and youth with over 100 performances in Tokyo, Okinawa, New York, Amman, Ramallah, Belfast, Madrid, Helsinki, Roskilde, Oslo and Stockholm. Last year Mari created the dance and theatre production GIRLS WILL MAKE YOU BLUSH together with actor and director Gustav Deinoff. The piece was a huge success with sold out performances and critically acclaimed reviews. In 2016 Mari will create a new piece, READY READY, which will premier on Dansens Hus in Stockholm, Sweden. Talia Gallegos Fadda has worked as a dancer, choreographer, pedagogue, producer and organizer within different feminist and art-political projects. During 2014 and 2015 Talia has worked as a dancer and performance artist for the contemporary choreographer Paloma Madrid and in different dance projects. "My body dances to confirm my worldly existence, to my soul"
Marija Savić i D. Sarzinski

Marija Savić i D. Sarzinski

Marija Savić and D. Sarzinski are a regional queer couple from Belgrade and Sarajevo. D. is a forensic anthropologist working on the identification of the remains of victims of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Marija is a queer activist who has in the previous years mostly worked on strengthening capacities of LGBT/queer activism in the region. They are currently living in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Next year they will start building a house and a stall of natural materials and will establish a goat farm in Istria.
Hela Liverić

Hela Liverić

Hela Liverić is born in Rijeka in 1976. Completed Medical School, Department of Midwifery. For many years she has been an activist in the fields of ecology and LGBT rights. Ran Eco-Centre Mavrović for 3 years. Seven years ago she established the goat farm “Driade” at the land she inherited from her family, with the purpose of developing more humane cattle breeding. At the moment, at her farm there are 80 goats, 5 cows, 3 horses, a female donkey, 4 geese, 35 hens, 7 pot-bellied (Vietnamese) pigs, 5 cats and 3 dogs.
Blaženka Beronja

Blaženka Beronja

Blaženka Beronja. Sociologist by education and a goat-keeper and a farmer in practice. More then four years ago she moved from the town of Novi Sad to the farm in Bezdan. At the farm „Nanana`s salaš“, she and her husband are engaged in agricultural and ecological tourism and produce finest goat cheeses. She is an activist of several associations in Bezdan that deal with gender equality, tourism and ecology, and a coordinator of „Open School of Education“ in Bezdan that provides education in the fields of organic production and agricultural and ecological tourism. Breaths and dreams in the shades of lavender.
Gudrun Schyman

Gudrun Schyman

Gudrun Schyman (www.schyman.se) is one of the founders of the political party Feministiskt initiative (www.feministisktinitiativ.se). She has a professional background as a social worker and has been active in both the anti-nuclear movement and the national and international peace movement. She was previously a member of the Left Party and as such also a member of the national parliament from 1988 to 2003. She was a party leader from 1993-2003, when she left the Left Party. Feminist initiative started officially in 2005 and has since then developed into a feminist and antiracist movement that in the last elections gained seats in 13 local parliaments and 1 seat in the European parliament. Since 2010, Gudrun Schyman has been a local politician in Simrishamn (her hometown), member of the national board of Feminist Initiative and one of two party leaders. Her professional work is educating and lecturing in the area of gender equality and nondiscrimination (www.maktakademin.se).
Amanda Mogensen

Amanda Mogensen

Amanda Mogensen was part of founding Feminist Initiative in 2005 and has since then worked with the party’s communication on a voluntary basis. As the person responsible for the communications in the party board she created and led the party’s voluntary based communications department and election campaign during the election year 2014, with elections to the European parliament, and to the local and national parliaments in Sweden. In her professional life Amanda is a communications strategist and has worked as a press secretary for different political organizations and as a PR-consultant in her own firm. Today she works as deputy head of operations at the cultural center Mejeriet and Folkets Bio in Lund.
Libela.org

Libela.org

Libela.org portal about gender, sex and democracy is dedicated to informing on and critical and gender aware thinking about democratic and social practices, with a special focus on raising visibility of social, political and cultural engagement of marginalized social groups. Libela.org initiates new themes and practices in advocating for human rights, especially the neglected social rights, deconstructs gender stereotypes and sexism, and promotes civil activism and social changes. Since it sees feminism as inseparable from class issues, Libela.org also examines, critically and analytically, social events and situation in Croatia, but also in the region and the whole world.
Johanna Ivarsson

Johanna Ivarsson

Johanna Ivarsson is a trained social worker and had her first book published in September 2015: Norm Creativity in Preschools - Norm Critique and Equality Tools. She has worked with children and youth within the Swedish school system for many years. The main focus of her work has been equality, democracy and human rights.
Femkanje

Femkanje

Femkanje is an independent radio show and a platform intended to contribute to the visibility, advancement and empowerment of the independent cultural and artistic scene in Serbia, while promoting gender equality and creating media space for presentation and networking of young authors from the country and the region. Authors and hosts of this show are artists Bojana S. Knežević and Katarina Petrović who, during the two years of work, mapped and interviewed over 80 authors and groups from the fields of art, culture, education, activism and science. You can follow up Femkanje via website www.femkanje.com and Facebook page www.facebook.com/femkanje, and all of the shows are available at the podcast www.mixcloud.com/FEMKANJE/.
Zoe Gudović

Zoe Gudović

ZOE GUDOVIĆ (1977) queer feministkinja, lezbejka,art-aktivistkinja. Od 1995. uključena u rad i istraživanje neformalnih i angažovanih pozorišnih formi. U svojoj praksi spaja art i aktivizam u cilju promene postojeće svesti i društvenih odnosa. Predavačica na temu Feministička umetnost u javnom prostoru, pozorišna edukatorka, performarka, Drag king transformerka, inicijatorka i organizatorka uličnih performansa u okviru 16 dana aktivizma protiv nasilja nad ženama. Suosnivačica je Act Women, i aktivističke grupe "Queer Beograd", bila članica grupe Žene na delu. Trenutno radi u Rekonstrukciji Ženski fond kao PR menadžerka.
Marina Marković

Marina Marković

MARINA MARKOVIĆ rođena 1983. godine u Beogradu, diplomirala je na Fakultetu likovnih umetnosti u Beogradu Univerziteta umetnosti, a od 2006. izlaže samostalno i na grupnim izložbama u Srbiji, SAD, Velikoj Britaniji, Japanu, Meksiku… Dobitnica je stipendije za mladog vizuelnog umetnika i nagrade “Dimitrije Bašičević Mangelos” za 2011. Suosnivačica je asocijacije Treći Beograd, a živi i radi na relaciji Beograd-Nјujork
Milica Pekić

Milica Pekić

MILICA PEKIĆ istoričarka umetnosti i kustoskinja iz Beograda. Diplomirala je na Odseku za istoriju umetnosti, Filozofski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu. Jedna od osnivačica KIOSK platforme za savremenu umetnost, Asocijacije NKSS i regionalne platforme za kulturu KOOPERATIVA. Kao kustoskinja učestvovala je u brojnim projektima na lokalnom, regionalnom i međunarodnom nivou. Od 2013. godine radi i kao kustoskinja Galerije12HUB u Beogradu.
Mireya Echeverría Quezada

Mireya Echeverría Quezada

Mireya Echeverría Quezada je novinarka, podkasterka i glavna urednica feminističkog časopica Bang.
Zayera Khan

Zayera Khan

Zayera Khan is a documentary film maker, mainly interested in body, human nature and politics. Through documentary films, Zayera wants to take a step closer to elucidate and highlight topics such as menstrual blood and the body. Zayera Khan is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden and working on new documentary film projects, with a focus on feminism, environmental issues and human nature.
S-pichka

S-pichka

S-pichka is a musical duo made up of two women who were born in Armenia and due to various socio-economic and political reasons currently live outside of Armenia. Their music and lyrics reflect on post-Soviet space, globalization, immigration/exile and of course, love. The duo makes it a point to step outside of the boundaries assigned to 'art' as a genre. Their music is both visual and performative. And un-apologetically riot.
Replicunts

Replicunts

Replicunts is a three member all female punk rock bend from Belgrade. It was created in 2012, when Katarina, Barbara and Sanja decided to transform their melodies and riffs into joint punk notes! These three authors create music under the influence of both English and American punk scene. They played at numerous concerts and festivals in the country and the region: Belgrade, Kragujevac, Kruševac, Temisoara, Oradea, Novi Sad, Subotica, and at the festivals To Be Punk, Exit, Revolution Fest etc.
Markiza de Sada

Markiza de Sada

Marquise de Sade: Fatal seductress, bastard of a Russian revolutionary and a German aristocrat. The story tells that in a surge of passion she killed her lover and now roams the cities of Europe in search of entertainment. Of dubious morality and with an insatiable sexual appetite, she is unbeatable in arm wrestling, skilled with the sword and a champion in downing an entire bottle of absinthe. Shrouded in a veil of mystery and of immaculate style, she chooses her company carefully and goes nowhere without her driver.
Katarina Majstorović

Katarina Majstorović

Katarina Majstorović is a student of the first year of the Faculty of Sociology in Belgrade. Ever since she was a teenager, she was interested in feminism and in 2011 became the youngest BeFem volunteer. Since 2011, getting to know all the charms of activism, she has started being active in NGO sector, especially in the field of human rights as her main focus of interest.
Za rad spremne

Za rad spremne

Ready to Work – The informal initiative „Ready to Work“ was created in March 2013, when the unemployment rate among young people in Croatia was the highest in the last twenty years, when every second young person with some education degree was unemployed. That fact and the expected changes of labour, social and pension legislation prompted three friends to try to do something and draw the public attention to this huge social problem of so called „lost generation“. Activists of the initiative „Ready to Work“ will present the ways of informal organization and methods they use for drawing not only public attention but also the attention of the institutions in charge to their agenda.
Carolina Hemlin

Carolina Hemlin

Carolina Hemlin is the editor-in-chief and the publisher of the magazine Ottar, a Swedish periodical on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Carolina is a journalist who used to work at the feministic magazine Bang and as a freelance journalist.
Anna Dahlqvist

Anna Dahlqvist

Anna Dahlqvist is a journalist specialized in sexual politics. She has written the book "In Silence - Journeys on the European Abortion Market" and is currently working on a book about menstruation and human rights. Together with Carolina Hemlin, she is the editor-in-chief of Ottar, a Swedish magazine on sexual politics.
Ottar

Ottar

Ottar is the biggest – and only – Swedish magazine about sexuality, politics and human rights, and has been published for over 30 years. It is owned by RFSU, the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education. Ottar produces news, reportages, opinion pieces, debate material, columns and interviews under the motto ”sex is politics”. And it is! You can read about issues like abortion, lgbtq, norm criticism, feminism, gender, sex and relationships.
Vjollca Krasniqi

Vjollca Krasniqi

Vjollca Krasniqi, sociologist. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Ljubljana. She has a M.Sc. degree in Gender, Development, and Globalization from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a BA degree in Philosophy and Sociology from the University of Prishtina. She is a lecturer in Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Prishtina. She teaches Classical and Contemporary Sociology, Philosophy of Education, Re-Education and Re-Socialization. Her research interests are: South Eastern Europe, gender, nation- building and state-building, peacekeeping / peace building, development, ethnicity, collective memory, war, post-colonial theories, feminist theories, the body, sociology of everyday life, trans-nationalism and representation, ethnography.
Venera Çoçaj

Venera Çoçaj

Venera Čočaj is a sociology student at University of Prishtina, where she joined the University Program for Gender Studies and Research as an intern. She also works at Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Kosovo. She is actively involved in memory platforms as; Memory Lab- a Trans-European Exchange Platform on History and Remembrance, Memory Mapping Kosovo and Youth Memories. She has attended Regional School of Transitional Justice in Belgrade, Young Feminist Summer school-Agora in Brussels, and finished the Summer School Comparative Studies on Gender and Sexuality at the University of Prishtina. Venera is a co-author of the short awarded film Equinox. She lives in-between her hometown Poreč, Croatia, and Prishtina, Kosova, where she’s studying and working.
Jeta Rexha

Jeta Rexha

Jeta Rexha is a sociology student at the University of Prishtina. From the beginning of her studies she has been engaged in Oral History Initiative Kosovo where she has been focused on the research methodology. Meanwhile, she got interested in themes of memory and dealing with the past, so she got involved with Memory Mapping Kosovo- the series of workshops organized by Alter Habitus and Forum ZFD. She was part of the Summer School on Transitional Justice organized by Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo. Now she’s an intern at the Gender Studies Program of the University of Prishtina.
Ana Stevanović

Ana Stevanović

Ana Stevanović. Four years ago fell in love with BeFem and stayed there as a member of BeFem team in charge of media promotion of the festival. Studied journalism and communicology at graduate studies, and gender studies at postgraduate studies. Interested in the research of language, media and performative arts. Invests her activist energy into struggle against violence against women. Proud to consider herself a feminist.
Anna Stendin i Mario Runesson

Anna Stendin i Mario Runesson

Anna Stendin is a mechanic and preschool teacher who works at an anti-discrimination NGO. Anna has personal experiences of needing verbal self-defense.
Mario Runesson works with young lgbtq persons in a feminist NGO. They also educate through workshops and seminars on lgbtq questions and human rights. Mario has personal experiences of needing verbal self-defense.
Jelena Veljić

Jelena Veljić

Jelena Veljić, an activist. During studies of Ethnology and Anthropology at the Faculty of Philosophy she was engaged in organizing students. Topics she deals with in her social engagement include struggle for education free of charge and accessible to all, feminism, workers' issues, antifascism. A journalist for the magazine „Republika“ since 2010. Takes part in the work of Social Centre „Oktobar“.
Kajsa Ekis Ekman

Kajsa Ekis Ekman

Kajsa Ekis Ekman is a Swedish author and journalist born 1980. In 2010 she published her book "Being and Being Bought - Prostitution, Surrogacy and the Split Self", which describes prostitution and surrogate motherhood from a feminist perspective. Since then she has written a book about the euro crises viewed from Greece, released in Sweden in 2013.
Mina Damnjanović

Mina Damnjanović

Mina Damnjanović was born in 1985. A feminist. Researched the representation of women in the media and education. Considers the Feminist Caravan the most important experience in her life, when she lived and traveled across Europe with 10 women, trying to resist patriarchate and capitalism through alternative practices.
Leila Šeper

Leila Šeper

Leila Šeper - activist, feminist, blogger, home beer-brewer. Economist by education, but that's what she finds the least interesting. One of initiators of Yarn Bombing Sarajevo, qSPORT Sarajevo, Država za poželit and SajFems. Interested in gender (in)equality, technology, knitting, crocheting, mountain biking, forests, nature, festivals, bass guitar...
Milica Batričević

Milica Batričević

Milica Batricević creates, records, writes, talks and every day tries to make small steps of change. Lives and hopes for the day when utopias will no longer be utopias. Sometimes she fears that capitalism and the labour market will eat her up. Lately thinks a lot about whether revolution really devours its children and prevents them from growing up.
Nataša Niškanović

Nataša Niškanović

Nataša Niškanović is a red-haired feminist from Novi Sad born in 1992. She recently graduated from the Department for Media Studies of the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, and soon she will get a degree in Economy too. What she does is marketing and PR. During her studies, she wrote articles and made radio reports on violence against women and women in politics. She is a part of BeFem since 2012, and this year will be presented as the co-author of a video work about gender identities.
Anja Koletnik

Anja Koletnik

Anja Koletnik is a transfeminist queer activist and freelance academic from Slovenia. Anja holds an MA in Gender Studies and is particularly interested in the fields of transgender studies, queer theory, fat studies, embodiments and feminist new materialisms. She has years of experience in LGBTQ+ activism and is the founder and director of Slovenia's first trans specific NGO Institute Transfeminist Initiative TransAkcija. Her current work is mostly focusing on introducing and including the topics of genders, gender identities and transgender / non-cisnormative identities to Slovenian social justice activism and academia and encompasses an array of activities, from counseling and leading support groups to dialogues with media and lobbying and advocacy at national level.
Ksenija Forca

Ksenija Forca

In Labris she was engaged in projects aiming to inform and spread knowledge of lesbian and human rights in the broadest sense (political, economic and social rights). What she loves the most is to do creative psychological and educational workshops with lesbians, bisexuals, queer and all persons interested in researching and identifying their own needs and potentials, building good quality relations and celebrating the fact of being different. Theoretically interested in concepts of queer, left queer feminism and feminist and antypsychiatrical approach to mental health. In her „free“ time, she writes short stories and poetry and, instead of napkins, collects stones and leaves she uses to make collages.
Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir

Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir

Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir is a trans and queer activist who has been very prominent and outspoken when it comes down to transgender and queer rights. She has been a spokesperson for trans people in Iceland for several years and has been very active within the community in Iceland and well known for holding lectures, writing articles and media appearances. She has also been active internationally, having worked with organizations such as IGLYO and Transgender Europe, as well as having appeared in campaigns for the Council of Europe, speaking about transgender issues. She has also hosted lectures and projects across Europe in the field. Currently, she is finishing her master's degree in gender studies within the University of Iceland. The picture is taken by Alda Villiljós and illustrations by Alda Lilja
Ksenija Joksimović

Ksenija Joksimović

Ksenija Joksimovic is a psychodrama psychotherapy student, queer feminist and activist for women’s, LGBTQIA and minority rights, advocacy and organizing, from Belgrade, Serbia. She holds a Bachelor degree in Andragogy (Adult Education) and is experienced youth worker and trainer. She is one of the founders of informal group of activists from Belgrade, called ‘’Youth Forum for Gender Equality’’, which is focused on gender equality and inclusion, and does forum theatre performances throughout the country. Ksenija believes that activism must be intersectional, inclusive, and norm critical, and must have a ‘’bottom-up’’ approach in order to be meaningful.
Magda Janjić

Magda Janjić

Magda Janjić (born in 1977) is a journalist and online editor in VICE Serbia. Previously ran her blog and wrote poetry. Every Thursday for three years already, she has been a DJ in the cult bar Idiott in Belgrade. Lives and works in Belgrade.
Olga Dimitrijević i Marija Ratković

Olga Dimitrijević i Marija Ratković

Olga Dimitrijević is an awarded playwright, theatre critic and writer who sometimes, when she is invited to, gives lectures on film, theatre and queer.
Marija Ratković is a theoretician of art and media, a patriot and co-founder of several media platforms and initiatives, who writes, struggles and mostly lives online. Marija and Olga formed a small feminist household where they live happily, listen to folk music while cooking and often dream of revolution.
Dada Selectah

Dada Selectah

Dada Selectah started selecting music in 2008. For two years, every Saturday she was in charge of music in the club Francuska sobarica. Over time, she begun mixing breakbeat & house mashed up with other electronica or pure r`n`b / hip hop with dancehall vibes. She did different events at Mixer Festival, MTV Wonder Women Weekend Fest, Filmstreet and Days of New York (UK Parobrod, Belgrade); Filmfestival and PitchWise Fest (Sarajevo). She had a performance at the Reggae Stage of the Exit Festival, at SeaDance Festival, as well as at Sziget Festival in Budapest. In 2014 she won at the international Jack Daniels London competition and was chosen to be the official festival reporter who visited 11 European countries and reported from their festivals. Fashion associate and an ambassador of Adidas in Serbia