Culture has remained one of the key areas in which the Bank continues to be engaged. The two main cultural projects that the Bank has been financially supporting for the past nine years are the two well-known festivals: the Chopin Piano Festival and the Prishtina Film Festival, PriFest. Chopin Piano Festival offers concerts, master courses for students and a symposium dedicated to the life and work of composers or pianists who are commemorated every year around the world. One of the most important parts of PriFest in Prishtina is the series of events "PriFORUM Regional Co-production", which brings film directors from different countries of Europe and the world to Kosovo. Separate workshops and master courses for young artists were also part of these two major festivals. 37 Addresses Financial Statements Segments Summary of Results Banking Sector RBI Vision and Mission Management Board Brief Presentation Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo has traditionally supported the National Gallery in the two main exhibitions “Muslim Mulliqi” and “Gjon Mili”, which positions the Bank as main supporter of visual art. The National Gallery of Kosovo is the most active public cultural institution in Kosovo. Being the only public institution for the presentation of visual arts in Kosovo, this institution deals with the promotion of contemporary art in general (conceptual art, performance, installation, video, paintings and sculptures). The international exhibition "Muslim Mulliqi" was initiated in 2003 by the Ministry of Culture of Kosovo to promote the visual arts in Kosovo. The "Muslim Mulliqi Award" exhibition is the most important exhibition of contemporary art in Kosovo. It is a curated exhibition with local and international participants done by an external curator or curators who select local and international participants. 

In addition, the Bank continued to promote art with the Raiffeisen Gallery. The idea was to give young, future artists the opportunity to present their works to the public. For this purpose, the Bank has rented a space in Albi Mall, the largest shopping center in Kosovo, and this space was transformed into an innovative space where new works by young artists are exhibited every month. This helps the community have a place where they can hold an exhibition at no cost.

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