Artists and musicians from Netherlands, Poland, Germany and Slovakia worked with the children from the Roma Gheto „Stara Tehelna“ in Presov (East Slovakia) and the result was the biggest cultural event which ever took place in a Roma gheto in Slovakia. Art as a medium of communication between „Romes“ and „No-Romes“, could help to bridge the existing isolation.
The Slovak Spectator - By Jana Liptáková
“The “normal” citizens of Prešov don’t set foot anywhere near Stará Tehelňa. But the concert unleashed a flow of performers and onlookers from the Main Street to the housing estate, following colourful paper arrows that the children created at the workshops”.