Romprest alongside Street Delivery, in 2011
At the 6th edition of Street Delivery there were included over 300 cultural projects which are all steps forward towards creating Arthur Verona pedestrian area.
Delivery Street aims to transform Arthur Verona Street into a pedestrian cultural route that will directly connect Grădina Icoanei and Cişmigiu Park, thereby facilitating the crossing of the East-West axis. The project is unique in the recent history of Bucharest with massive involvement of civil society in the decisions about the city. Our immediate goal is to convince the Romanian authorities to participate in creating a green promenade for the Bucharest residents. Alongside Street Delivery initiative comes Romprest that will support the organizers for the duration of the event (June 10 to 12, 2011) through providing waste management services and related facilities to preserve "Caring for everything that surrounds you!”
Cultural projects taking place in the street between 10 to 12 June 2011 are based on enrollment open to all organizations and individuals concerned about the city and its inhabitants. I was surprised to receive a large number of excellent ideas - over 300 in Bucharest and over 50 in the Timisoara - matter that is interpreted as a sign of maturity of the Romanian civil society.
On the stage from Street Delivery 2011 we are pleased to announce Ghostpoet, Alexander Robotnick and Subcarpathian. Ghostpoet, the spring revelation 2011, the British Nigerian compared by critics with Tricky and The Streets - you can see him on stage Saturday night at Grădina Icoanei (Open Access). Alexander Robotnick, the Italian electronic music veteran, has 63 years and he’s a DJ. Showing that it's never too late to do what you like, he still continues the Street Delivery party at Club Berlin (St. Constantin Mille, no. 4, 15 Ron /access for those who buy tickets in the Verona Street). Finally, Subcarpathian the new Romanian underground sensation launches the compilation "Collected in the neighborhood" on June 12, 20.00. These are just three of the 50 artists on stage at Street Delivery.
Arthur Verona Street (Bucharest) and Florimund de Mercy (Timisoara) become autonomous islands for three days in the city center, pilot projects to show how a city that respects its pedestrians can be. These are the main interests and needs of the citizens so as gain, whether or not they have a car: art, architecture, urbanism, environment, film, healthy food, music, sports, games for kids, workshops and fairs.
Street Delivery reinvents and strengthens the structural role that public forum has played in all European cities, encourages the complex gradation between public and private space, proposing an urban environment to inspire everyday life and converts the desolate landscape into living environment.
Street Delivery Bucharest is an event organized and proposed by the Cărtureşti Foundation and the Order of Architects of Romania, with the support of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Bucharest City Hall, District 1 Town Hall and Arthur Verona Street community.
Last year's edition in figures and images:
Bucharest: 21,000 participants, 63 workshops, 65 architecture and urbanism events, 65 artistic events, 25 exhibitors at the fair, 11 film screenings, 5 theater performances and improvisation, 26 events and 26 concerts dedicated to children including the first concert of the French band Poni Hoax in Romania, i.e. a total of almost 300 events in the three days!
Compania Romprest Service S.A. caută colaboratori care dispun de utilaje de deszăpezire în vederea închirierii pentru perioada de iarnă 2017-2018.
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