UKRAINE: Emergency Temporary Relocation Resources for artists and cultural workers





RU Talk: Just between us

It’s not an art talk, but the artist will talk, and you can talk back.

It’s not stand-up comedy but think of it as one.

The event will be unabashedly direct, perhaps politically incorrect, and definitely unpredictable.


Thursday May 19, 2022 | 6:00 – 8:00pm
The event will open at 6:00pm and stage talk will start at 7:00pm

Residency Unlimited
360 Court Street (main green church doors), Brooklyn NY 11231

Register here







Artist at Residence @ 
as ZVONO YVAA laureate
New York, USA
1. April- 31. May 2022








The 2022 festival theme is “Kafayı yemek / I eat my head”. Kafayı yemek is one of the most used phrases in the Turkish language. Literally translated, it means “to eat one’s head” and can be used as a strong, unexpected reaction to dramatic moments, or as a way of questioning the moment.

48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN is a forum for artistic projects from all sectors of the Berlin art scene. The festival presents and promotes art that contributes to the discussion of current social issues and reflects on them. Since its founding in 1999, 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN has established itself as Berlin’s largest independent art festival with its exemplary character.






hosted by Mila Panic
Listen on Spotify
Listen on Apple Podcasts
Listen on
Also find it everywhere else


The ‘Broken English Podcast’ is made by people who speak broken English or English with an accent.  Among various topics related to language, one of the goals of this podcast is to find comfort in listening to broken English.

In different episodes we explore topics such as: Second language, native languages, “polluting” English as an act of protest, class-related aspects of language, rejection of correct pronunciation, is there purity in any language? Writing and to what extent should we correct ourselves, job applications, double translation, accents, etc. We take the liberty to go in different directions, e.g. humor, work, immigration, or to cover topics from different regions of the world. We do not apologise for our broken English.

Cover design by Uroš Pajović






Etc. magazine Issue no. 1: Significantly Local
Publication and exhibition
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Etc. is a magazine published annually, dedicated to showcasing current artistic production from the Baltic to the Balkans. Based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, each issue is dedicated to a relevant topic in art and life. Founded to promote emerging artists, its goal is to initiate a dialogue, inspire collaborations, and challenge set views.





Braunschweig Projects 2022/23: Artist Funding of the State of Lower Saxony at the University of Art Braunschweig (HBK Braunschweig)

The scholarships are part of the promotion of young artists by the university and the state. They are aimed at artists who would like to work on a project in the immediate vicinity of the HBK Braunschweig. With their project proposal, the scholarship holders should make a significant contribution towards the further development of forms of artistic practice.

1.6.- 31.3.2023




Online residency project with @
August 2022/2023






RU Talk: METES AND BOUNDS #3, synapses and time-lapses
LINK to Virtual Talk 

Metes & Bound
s, a series of online talks moderated by RU guest curator  Lilia Kudelia, with the laureates of the Young Visual Artist Awards, continues with a conversation between incoming 2022 RU artists Mila Panić and Žarko Aleksić.




Group exhibition
‘Mit ein bisschen Glück gross gewinnen’
curated by Uroš Pajović

Karl-Marx-Straße 141,
12043 Berlin









Exhibition project @

Pücklerstraße 17,
10997 Berlin






‘Echos of leaving and returning’
Binaural Nodar’s artist residency programme






Interview for Nezavisne Newspaper
Read the interview (in Serbian) 









Winner of ZVONO Award 2020 – YVAA  The Young Visual Artist Award for young visual artists from Bosnia and Herzegovina up to the age of 40. The ZVONO Award for the award winner consists of a two-months residency in New York at Residency Unlimited.






Interview for BOMBASTIC No.1 Issue
Read here











The fifth episode of the Art Next Door features Centrum and SomoS. The first part is an interview with Centrum’s artistic director Jorgina Stamogianni, curator of sound Katerina Gnafaki, and artist Mila Panić. We discussed about Centrum’s 2020 programming and Mila’s current project Tante aus Deutschland (Aunt from Germany) at Centrum Berlin.






Short insight with taz (german)









Interview for the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt (german)









View the catalogue ‘Wonderful life’, 2019