Explore Brașov differently, connecting the medieval stories with the present city life and art scene. It’s time for a fresh perspective over the old town so let’s see what the local and international artists are expressing on the streets and walls of Brașov.
Join the free street art tour to learn more about murals, local festivals, galleries and hidden gems. You will get the chance to meet one of the street artists and learn more about her perspective. The tour includes the newest mural in town, painted by Sandi and expanded with its own soundtrack composed by Oana, being presented in the Amural Festival by the Un-hidden Romania street art programme.
Our local guide, Open Doors Travel, will not just take you to these hidden spots but will also share their story and explain the encrypted messages of current political and social situations on the ARTivism scene. Their local knowledge will help you connect the dots as you get to know Brașov from different perspectives. This is an interactive tour, so get ready to meet new friends and share your thoughts.
Join us on this unique journey to discover the authentic side of the city and take some great travel shots with stories that are not to be found in guide books!
28th of August, starting at 5:00 PM
Reserve your spot here, with a minimum of one day ahead of the tour.
Bring water, comfortable shoes and a hand sanitiser.
The tour covers only outdoor public spaces, and all guests must keep a 1.5 m distance between each other. Better safe than sorry. 🙂
Follow the Un-hidden Romania street art program:
Programme produced by Save or Cancel
Distributed by feeder.ro
Partners: National Museum of Contemporary Art (Bucharest), Faculty of Sociology and Social Work (Bucharest), Amural (Brașov), National Highschool of Arts Queen Mary (Constanța), Artipic Association (Iași)
Media Partners: Igloo, Zeppelin, The Institute, IQads, Revista Atelierul
Co-financed by AFCN
The program does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the application or the way the program results can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.