Creative hub Prostor - program in March

Creative hub Prostor - program in March


Location: Culture Hub Croatia - Prostor (Plančićeva 2, 21000 Split)

Date: March 1 – March 31, 2024



Oops! I Accidentally Entered Hogwarts / Writing Workshop for School Kids

This workshop is designed for young fans of the world's most famous wizard, Harry Potter.

We will revisit the valuable skill of letter writing and send each other magical letters straight from Hogwarts, responding to them kindly.

Participants will prepare a magical list of required books and materials for the start of the school year at the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Additionally, we will create a description of a new, fifth school house and design its mascot.

Workshop leader: Children's book author Jelena Pervan, a proud Hufflepuff and a big fan of Harry Potter.

The workshop is for children from grades 2 to 5 and will be held at two times:

  • Friday, March 1 / 18:30 - 20:00
  • Saturday, March 2 / 10:30 - 12:00

Workshop fee is €15, payable on arrival. Workshops take place at Prostor (Plančićeva 2).  Workshop applications are to be sent to


Adopt a Space: Build a Cat Castle

In the first event of the Adopt a Space program this year, Nick Tobier and Ivana Filip organize the "Build a Cat Castle" workshop. Using simple materials (cardboard boxes, foam, tape, and plastic wrap), come and build shelters for the neighborhood cats, providing a safe place for our feline friends. You can customize these structures for maximum comfort, weather conditions, safety, and enjoyment.

The workshop is free, but reservations are required via email at:

All materials needed for building the cat houses will be provided. See you at Prostor!


KineDok: Kim

In partnership with KineDok, we present a selection from this year's film catalog in the Prostor gallery from September 2023 to April 2024.

In March, we will showcase the Hungarian film "Kim," a documentary by director Erika Kapronczai about the exceptional painting talent of Belgian-Hungarian artist Kim Corbisier.

About the film:

Dive into the world of Kim Corbisier, a multi-talented Belgian-Hungarian artist who left an indelible mark on the art world before her tragic death at the age of 27. The film provides a glimpse into Kim's life and reveals the creative process of an artist who managed to transform pain and chaos arising from drug addiction and identity crisis caused by a series of unfortunate family events into unique works of art. Director Erika Kapronczai develops the story as a mosaic of authentic footage filmed by Kim herself, with poignant memories of her loved ones. Kim recorded this footage with the intention of making a documentary about her struggle with drug addiction. After her death, Erika decided to complete it as a memoir of her life, paying tribute to her legacy.

Language (subtitles): Hungarian (Croatian and English subtitles)

Duration: 86 min

Trailer: link

Screenings from the KineDok series are free and open to the public, but as seating is limited, it is necessary to reserve your seat through the link (for each person separately).

KineDok is a network for the alternative distribution of European documentary films, connecting audiences and documentary film authors through screenings in various non-traditional locations across Europe.


Adopt a Space: Art Workshop for Kids

Create your paper toy on the theme "Flying Insect" at The Art Kids Club workshop.The Art Club's art workshops are designed as interactive playrooms where all children, regardless of their artistic affinity, can have fun and develop their creativity with the support of professional art educators.

   This project sees art as entertainment and socializing through creative expression, emphasizing the process of creating rather than focusing solely on the artistic value. The aim is for children to gain more than just the final result but to find a place where they can express themselves freely, develop communication skills, and learn about art in a relaxed and informal way.

The workshop is for children aged 6 to 10.

Mandatory registrations are to be sent to


THE GRID: CREATIVE PATHS OF RENUNCIATION / Workshop (intensive course) and Participatory Exhibition

Workshop: March 8 - March 12

Lecture: March 8, 18:00

Exhibition: March 12 - April 2

On Friday, March 8, at 18:00, artist Kruno Jošt will give a public lecture on artistic aspirations that represent a life without relying on public services such as electricity, water, or gas, and other technologies we take for granted in our daily lives. In his practice, Jošt creatively combines permaculture and sustainability concepts with the art of "renunciation" without overly romanticizing. The lecture is open to the public and serves as an introduction to the practical part of the workshop that the artist will conduct at Prostor.

In the workshop, participants will collectively build a model of a sustainable house, starting from ideation, sketching, and realization in the form of a model. The process and results, along with Kruno's material, will be presented at the exhibition opening on Tuesday, March 12, at 20:00.


  • Fri. March 8 / Lecture/Introduction 18:00 - 19:00 (open to the public)
  • Sat. March 9 / 16:00 - 19:00
  • Sun. March 10 / 16:00 - 19:00
  • Mon. March 11 / 17:00 - 20:00
  • Tue. March 12 / 17:00 - 20:00

EXHIBITION OPENING: Tuesday, March 12, at 20:00. Participation in the workshop is free, no prior knowledge is required, and all materials are provided.

The number of participants is limited, and applications are accepted until March 7 at, with the subject "OFF THE GRID - application."


Through deep, locally anchored, and transdisciplinary research methods, Kruno Jošt reflects on ecological contextualities with a fascination for entering expanded spatial sequences and unexpected time spans. Freely migrating from one scale to another, he connects subjective perspectives into new collective movements and entanglements. In this way, he has developed a unique artistic practice dealing with permaculture, off-grid living, sustainability, and interaction between humans and non-humans in the field of contemporary art.

Jošt's extensive projects such as "Center for Creative Solutions" (C4CS), "Ecocentric," and "SoundGarden" consistently demonstrate a deep understanding and well-thought-out position in the contemporary discourse on art, the environment, and technology. Jošt's works have been exhibited nationally and internationally, including "Sound Fertilizer" at BBD, Berlin; "Ecocentric" at RMZ Ecoworld, Bangalore, India; "PTP" at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia; "Playing to Microbes" in the Swedish region of Halland. More at: [](


Creative Workshops for Kids: Wool Felting Workshop (Dry Felting Jewelry Making Technique)

Creative workshops for children led by Tatjana Kostrenčić Janković will take place in two sessions in March:

  • Saturday, March 9 / Wool Felting Workshop (Dry Felting Jewelry Making Technique)
  • Saturday, March 23 / Making Jewelry from Jumping Clay

 Workshops will be held in two groups:

  1. Group: 10:00 - 11:45
  2. Group: 12:00 - 13:45

The workshops are for children aged 6 to 12. The workshop fee is €15, and all materials are included.

To participate, registration is required at 098/699-434 or


Mindfulness Ceramics

The Terrum Association organizes a mindfulness ceramics workshop on Thursday, March 14, starting at 17:00 at Prostor.

In addition to its aesthetic aspects, ceramics has a therapeutic effect that occurs simultaneously during the process of creating with clay. This process integrates mental and emotional brain functions and both the left and right hemispheres, considering that both hands are needed for working on the wheel. The therapeutic effect of the pottery wheel begins with the very touch of the clay, causing sensations in the body. Through the dispersed amorphous mass on the wheel, we become aware of our internal balance, relax the mind, and with the energy and strength of the body, we establish control over the work. Through the phases of working on the wheel, transforming material into a concrete structure, we establish and become aware of our own limits and needs, establish a sense of our strength and control, and awaken the creator within us, the creator of our decisions and life.

When working with participants, integrative body-oriented psychotherapy methods, mindfulness, and elements of expressive art therapy with a focus on ceramics will be used.

All materials and tools for work are provided!

The workshop fee is €40, and secure your spot by emailing


Freestyle Ceramics

Have you ever been to a ceramics workshop and just wanted to continue creating? This is your chance!

We initiated this informal event with the aim of creating a beautiful and relaxing environment, spending an evening together, and making unique items according to your wishes.

What to expect?

  • No leader. It is crucial that you are familiar with the basics of manual crafting techniques (pinching or coiling).
  • Encouragement of knowledge sharing. Share your tips and tricks or things you've learned with other participants and provide feedback to each other.
  • The workshop lasts 3 hours (18:00 - 21:00). Feel free to arrive later or leave earlier during that time.
  • You can make whatever you want and as many items as you want. The size of each item should not exceed the limits of our kiln (in case you want your work to be fired).
  • During the three-hour workshop, you can create and paint your items.

The participation fee is €15 (all materials included + tea and coffee). Feel free to bring your drinks.If you want your crafted items to be glazed and fired, an additional €5 is required.

The number of seats is limited, reserve at

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!


Free Modeling and Pottery Workshop // Plant Imprints and Decorative Tray Making

The Terrum Association organizes a free modeling and pottery workshop where you will learn how to create impressive patterns on ceramics using plants.

Each participant will have the opportunity to experiment with different plants and shapes and create their own work using the technique of pressing plants on clay.

In addition to free modeling, the workshop will introduce you to the basics of making objects on the potter's wheel. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced ceramicist, let our expert instructors guide you through each step, providing you with necessary advice and support.

All materials and tools for work are provided!

The workshop fee is €25, and secure your spot by emailing