[party at the Bastion]

On July 14th, Identity.Education and HEI - House of European Initiatives invite you to the exhibitions in Bastion  1 and 3, starting at 7:00 PM, to turn art into a genuine community event.

HEI - House of European Initiatives is hosting the exhibition "Circular Catalysts," which explores the potential of traditional crafts from a contemporary perspective.

Identity.Education is hosting the exhibition "The Scorpio Snuffbox - A Visual Journey into a Queer Novel," a journey through the ideas of the novel in which the author proposes a subjective incursion formulated through the surrealist method of objective hazard into a "lesbian" universe from different times and places, expanded and updated on multiple levels with nuances from the present days.

Additionally, we are also preparing a guided queer tour led by none other than Alexandra from Timișoara Tour Guide. On any occasion, we bring queer history to light.

Therefore, we listen to music, talk, share stories, express ourselves, listen, and turn art exhibitions into a genuine community event, for real.

Music provided by:

Borusiade: A creative mind and a beautiful soul. Borusiade is a Romanian uncompromising artist whose musical spectrum is wider than the Amazon River, which you can see by listening her releases in labels such as Ostgut Ton's sublabel Unterton, Pinkman or Dark Entires. Miruna's sets are a combination of many genres and you never know where the music will lead you, but you can be sure that it will be an unforgettable adventure.


Liza Rivs: Liza Rivs is a Georgian DJ and producer. Born in post soviet Georgia and raised in Paris,

France. She has appeared on the local scene since 2016. After an year she took part on the

first Boiler Room in Georgia at Cafe Gallery. Since then she has played in several big clubs in

Paris and Tbilisi such as KHIDI where she started her residency.

Her music is characterized by a variety of musical selections from techno to electro and

industrial sounds.


The event is part of the Cultural Management Academy program and is organized with the support of the Georgian Embassy in Romania.

The project is part of the National Cultural Programme "Timisoara - European Capital of Culture in 2023" and is funded by the European Echoes programme, run by the Timisoara City Council Project Centre, with funds allocated from the state budget, through the Ministry of Culture budget. It is organized in partnership with the Municipality of Timișoara through the Project Centre.

Part of

HEI - House of European Institutes

HEI - House of European Institutes