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Terrain of Meeting is a participatory, inclusive community project that uses the methods of open-air theater and social theater inspired by Polish models to culturally activate rural and urban communities, bring public spaces closer to people and contribute to bringing public spaces closer through art. The events within the project took place in Cluj-Napoca and in the space. As a first step on the streets of Cluj Napoca, street actions and an outdoor performance were carried out: "We are/Where". In November, the project moved to the virtual space, where four seminars and a film screening took place. The studio version of the spectacle "We are/Where" was shown online live on 30.12.2921.

  • Can theater be a meeting place? surely yes. HOW TO DO IT? we are trying to find an answer to this question together
  • Why do theater? How theater can draw inspiration from our environment and answer important questions for the community. How can theater reach the viewer outside the theatre? How to think about where we are as part of the community through theater?


The Meeting Area is a project run by the ArtJunction Foundation together with the Shoshin Theater Association in Cluj-Napoca. 




The project was co-financed under the Multiannual Program NIEPODLEGŁA for 2017-2022, as part of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute's "Cultural Bridges" subsidy program, as well as by Romanian institutions: the National Cultural Fund (AFCN) and the Department of Interethnic Relations (DRI).

The project is carried out in partnership with the Polish Institute in Bucharest, the Department of Theater and Film at the Babeș-Bolyai University, the Váróterem Projekt Association, the Magic Puppet Association and the Made in Pata Rât Association.


An important element of the whole were workshops, webinars and online film streamings

As part of the project, we organized a number of online and "in-person" workshops as well as four webinars about Polish social and participatory theater in which the following participants participated: Joanna Kocemba-Żebrowska, Zbigniew Olkiewicz, Barbara Prądzyńska, Jarosław Siejkowski, Agata Siwiak, Erdmute Sobaszek, Wacław Sobaszek.
In cooperation with the National Film Archive FINA, we were able to show online the film: Akademia Ruchu directed by Andrzej Sapija with specially prepared language tracks in Romanian and Hungarian


The Romanian cultural portal writes about the project

About our activities in Cluj in Hungarian

Street action


About the openair performance

About webinars

About Polish film presented
in cooperation with Polish National Film Library

Project summary

The project was co-financed under the Multiannual Program NIEPODLEGŁA for the years 2017-2022, as part of the grant program of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute "Cultural Bridges"