Since 2008, Save or Cancel is a medium of communication and propagation of arts and culture, facilitating their role in contemporary society.

Self-initiated multidisciplinary programs by Save or Cancel support the development of the contemporary society by identifying opportunities for sustainable and adaptable (re) valorization of the existing, through cultural, editorial, architecture and design projects.

We are a cultural management and media agency, publishers and a small design studio that creates services and products for print and web. Aside from our independent cultural projects, we work flexibly with clients to fulfil their audiences’ needs.

Photography © Stefan Tuchila – CAPITOL Summer Theatre stage in 2009

Save or Cancel – summary of activities

Cultural management
CAPITOL Summer Theatre 2008 & MMIX (2009) – auto-generated temporary reactivation multiannual programme

Cultural management
CAPITOL Summer Theatre – 2016, a cultural project produced with ArCub, as part of the application București 2021 orașul_in-vizibil

Cultural management
CAPITOL Cinema / Summer Theatre 2017-2018, a cultural multiannual programme designed to raise awareness for heritage, with a focus on Capitol. The programme is co-financed by AFCN, while specific projects and activities have been co-financed by PMB through ArCub or awarded in the Someș Delivery 2017 open call for projects.

Architecture
Natural Park Văcăreşti / “Visions and research through architecture” prize, Bucharest Architecture Annual 2016

Publishing
feeder.ro (from 2014-present) – “the news agency of the alternative nation” and the editorial projects feeder insider web & print, and feeder sound.

Cultural management
Un-hidden Bucharest is an urban regeneration project conceived as a series of urban signals / artistic interventions in the public space, co-created with the community, aiming at humanizing cities and promoting their understanding and exploration through art. It also produces a street art map of Bucharest, online & print and street art workshops for children.

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Editorial projects

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