The Non-Aligned Summit began as a skate competition on the streets of Belgrade, organized by the Provincial team.
At the past four Summits 2017-2021, we gathered over 400 skaters from all over the Balkans and Europe.
The Summit team was created in order to expand the whole idea and to combine skate and art, and it consists of skaters and multimedia artists who built this festival together.
Danilo Pisanjuk, Aleksa Vitorović, Luka Milosavljević, Damjan Dobrila, Igor Grahovac, Nebojša Resanović, Hana Piščević, Nevena Petrović, Ana Golubović, David Milosavljević, Lars Ekberg, Nemanja Ćirić, Rale Obrenov, Laura Ferrero, Nisam Slavko, Terzo Terza, Dunja Cvejanov, Aleksandra Stefanović, Maša Bogunović, Natalija Jagličić, Lenka Zdravković, Dimitrije Stojemenov, Stefan Stefanović
History of the organization
The non-aligned summit started as a skate competition. By riding on the streets and squares, we returned the skate to its initial urban spirit, and by celebrating the beauty of a successful trick instead of an individual winner, we return to the original sporting spirit. At the past four “Summits” in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020, we gathered over 300 skaters from England, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Serbia.
In the past 5 years, we have successfully implemented a large number of projects in several cities across Serbia, of which “Summit of the Non-Aligned” and “Hali Gali” stand out. Implemented projects: 8 film screenings, 7 skate competitions, 4 photo exhibitions, 3 fanzines and 3 music events.
The Non-Aligned Summit is a gathering of skaters, artists, masons, and musicians. It is a summit where you will pass on the absorbed energy and thus encourage yourself as well as others to do what you really love.
In addition to “street” rides, which are the initial driver for the festival, this year’s program is designed in the form of film screenings, photo exhibitions, DIY and filming workshops. The festival is designed so that, for the first time in Serbia, the most current and most important art projects of skaters around the world are presented. The primary idea that includes these four days is to transfer knowledge and experience from each segment of skate culture to proletarians for whom skating is an unavoidable part of everyday life, but also to present this subculture to those who meet it for the first time.