This is the Exit guide to what’s on in the city over the next 7 days!
Enjoy a healthy start to the year with all-you-can-eat sushi at Salt, Blloku.
Harabel Contemporary Art Platform is pleased to invite you to have a talk with Pakistani artist Basir Mahmood on January 9th, 2019 at 7:00 pm. Basir Mahmood was born in Lahore (Pakistan) in 1985; he currently resides between Lahore and Amsterdam. The talk he will hold with the audience will revolve around what he calls the artist’s trajectory, starting with earlier works during his career.
This project is connected with the emergency situation that is occurring in Tirana at the moment where many buildings are being destroyed or forgotten. This project is transformed into a website from where you can see from space different category of buildings that hold historic values. To learn more about this project and website everyone is welcomed in ‘Open Labs Hackerspace’, Thursday: 17:00pm.
Under the parking lot in the city center this great DJ comes, one of the creators of iconic trip-hop act Massive Attack. With a fan base spanning generations, these guys were pioneers of the drum and bass scene that came of out Bristol, England decades ago. Starts 10:00 pm.
Girls of Wisdom Foundation a foundation based in Stockholm is organising this inspiring event where they will talk about difficulties everyone finds in their personal life-path, and why self – love doesn’t mean narcissism.
A one-day training with the aim of discovering the power of social media and the opportunities that it offers for businesses.
One-hour prenatal yoga classes with Jimena Lujan in Aikido Dojo at Nobis courtyard.
For art lovers don’t forget to visit the exhibition of Marc Chagall which is open until 12 January at COD Center, at the Library of Government office. At Kalo Gallery the exhibition of contemporary art “Convergence” is open until 31 January. Don’t miss the exhibition of Flaka Haliti at the National Gallery of Arts before it ends on January 7, 2019