Director – Balkankult Foundation Intereg
Dimitrje Vujadinovic is the Co-founder and Director of Balkankult foundation (Balkankult Foundation Intereg). He is member of the Journalist Independent Association of Serbia and International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) situated in Brussel and of the European Cultural Network ECURES.
He has worked as a researcher at the Institute for Cultural Reserch of Serbia ansd was Special Adviser at the Minister for Culture of Serbia in 2001. He has been coordinating the international project Bread and Culture – The World`s Heritage, since 1998.
Vujadinovic wrote more than 60 papers published in collections and periodicals of sociology, culture and ecology, many articles published in daily and weekly newspapers and he is author of various books, including: Boycott of a Better Life; Ecological Kaleidoscop; Bread on 200 ways; Ninth millennium goal; Small Museums in the Serbia Formed from Private Collections; Bread with beer; Ritual and traditional bread in Vojvodina; Atlas – Bread Museums in Europe.
Some of his research projects are: The Role of Cultural Foundation, Finds and Endowments in the SEE, Breat – Culture Heritable; Ninth millennium goal; Comparative research of Different Attitudes Towards Folklore Heritage; Small Museums in the Serbia Formed from Private Collections; Mines of Culture – Preservation and Revalorization of Industrial Heritage; Bread Museums in Europe; Sacred Language of the Vlach Bread; Cipovka bread – Intangible Cultural Heritage; Bread in the First World War – Serbia.
He organized the following exhibitions: Ritual and Holiday Bread; Bread on the Medieval Frescos; Posters from Ulm Bread Museum; Ex-libris – Bread; Water Mills; Bread in Egypt; Wind Mills; Russian (USSR) Baking Posters; Civilisation of Bread and Beer and the International Ex-libris competition: Bread – Cultural Heritage.