RE: Think festival starts in Sisak

The first edition of the street art festival Re: Think, envisioned as a programme of public forms of art with an emphasis on street art, started in the central Croatian town of Sisak on Sunday.

The festival, which will last until July 2, will feature performances of nine well know street artists from Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.

With their work, the artists will redefine and visually renew the town and leave 11 murals behind.

Last update: Sun, 26/06/2016 - 20:06
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