All articles by: Valmir Mehmetaj
Asking the public to pay for treatment
Fundraising campaigns common for financing Kosovars’ health care.
Jeton Neziraj: What is seen as shocking today will not be in [...]
Playwright discusses his often controversial body of work.
The walls as a canvas
From slogans, to tagging, to street art, the world of graffiti is ever-evolving.
Robert Bisha: Folk Music is people telling things as they are
Pianist discusses blurring the lines of the traditional and the experimental.
Molly Kleiman: How can we take a conversation and translate [...]
Editorial Director of New York’s ‘Triple Canopy’ publication discusses the magazine in the modern world.
Life after midnight
Prishtina’s original partystarters discuss the city’s clubbing scene now and then.
Cross-legged on top of the world
First Albanian woman, and first Kosovar club expedition reach the summit of Mount Everest.
Hamed Abboud: The whole function of literature has changed [...]
Syrian poet on how his experiences as a refugee have transformed his work.
Two musical duos lighting up Kosovo’s underground
Tandem and X-Rated Self Love look beyond the wall.
Alberta Troni: “We can see how thirsty the youth of Kosovo [...]
Ahead of their duet at Prishtina’s Chopin Piano Fest, pianist Alberta Troni and cellist Karel Bredenhorst discuss the universal language of music.
Ares Shporta: “No one will just give things to us — [...]
Lumbardhi Foundation’s executive director discusses the struggle to create a cultural hub in Kosovo.
“The Dark” provides immersive musical experience
Experimental opera performance shows potential of abandoned spaces.
Odile Burluraux: Artists can contribute to thinking differently [...]
Curators Odile Burluraux and Jessica Castex discuss the exhibiting of Hayoun Kwon’s virtual reality artwork, “489 Years,” at Kosovo’s National Gallery.
Astrit Ismaili: Bodies are just bodies — free the nipple!
Conceptual artist discusses performance art, rebellion and body expressionism.
Regional project promotes reconciliation through writing
Short stories by authors from former-Yugoslavia aim to reconcile the bad blood between nations.
Uta Ibrahimi: Trekking in the Himalayas made me realize how [...]
Outdoor enthusiast on testing herself to the limit by negotiating perilous falls, altitude sickness and fearsome yetis!
Shpat Deda sings his song “Ninullë,” dedicated to his [...]
Shpat Deda’s new project, which involves a song and a music video, was published on Friday.
Conjuring the powers of art and culture
A summary of a year's work in culture: improving the image of Kosovo.
Photo campaign focuses on environment and health
#EcoKosovo to raise awareness of environment through competition.
Amy Cosper: Entrepreneurship is creating something new, innovative [...]
American entrepreneur talks about pursuing the “cool” profession.
Venera Mustafa: You express yourself with what you wear
Fashion designer discusses art and fashion in Prishtina.
Lulzim Hoti: Culture is one of the main pillars of sustainable [...]
Local artists aiming to reactive Mitrovica’s lapsed cultural scene through 7 Arte.
Shaping Mitrovica’s future, from the bottom up
Initiative aims to engage citizens in local decisions.
Fight for Prizren girl justice to continue
Demands for criminal prosecutions after death of Prizren 3-year-old.