Die Bärliner - The Bard College Berlin Student Blog

Inasa Bibic - A Woman Full of WonderInasa Bibic is a BA3 student at Bard College Berlin, with a plethora of interests in areas ranging from yoga and spiritual endeavors, to travelling and photography. In 2012 Inasa graduated from United World College in Mostar — a hippie eco-friendly and greatly diverse school. She enjoys cross-cultural exploring and, for the time being, finds much beauty in changing places, altering perspectives and transforming her inner microcosm. Other than that, Inasa is an advocate of seizing the moment and (sometimes) photographically eternalizing it. She is also an avid supporter of high quality green tea, rainy blanket afternoons, autumn nuances and dark chocolate.

 

 

 

 

Articles written by Inasa:

  • Strolling the Streets of Saint Petersburg
  • Photo Story: Istanbul in a Day
  • GET ENGAGED: Student Action & Youth Leadership Conference, Istanbul 2015
  • A Day at the Café Cinema
  • An encounter with “The Family without Borders”
  • Talk with Florian Hoffmann: The Privilege of Education
  • Opening of Socratea House
  • 6th European Month of Photography in Berlin
  • The Art of Summer Transformation
  • Country Life in Pankow
  • From Chaos to Cosmos: the history of the Universe as we know it: The Beauty of Sky Observation
  • Bringing Analog Photography Back in Fashion
  • Prague Adventure: Or How Traveling Alters Our Perspective
  • Spectacular! The Performing Arts Club brings theatre close to home
  • Early Modern Science in Dresden
  • Hidden Berlin: “Room of Silence”
  • Photo Story: Musical Café in W16
  • This Week’s Campus Spotlight: Musical Café in W16 W16, ground floor: Friday, February 28 at 8:30pm
  • Berlin Sufi Ensemble Rabbaniyya: Walking the Path of the Whirling Dervishes
  • Weihnachtszeit in Berlin
  • Reconstruction of the Berlin City Palace: Stadtschloss Berlin, wherefore art thou?
  • Merging Art with Science: Interview with Ira Melkonyan
  • Summer story from the Balkans: In the Quest for Ecofutura
  • Photo Essay: What’s On Your Shelf?
  • Festival of Lights 2013: Berliner Dome. Game of lights spiced with Latino music.
  • Lange Nacht der Museen: Better Known as the Night of Adventures
  • Rethinking Education: Interview with Hannes Klöpper
  • Welcome Back, Soccer Sundays!
  • It’s that time of the year again…
  • A place where art tunes the soul: 11th Open Air Gallery at Oberbaumbrücke
  • Bergmannstrassenfest (28 – 30 June 2013): Street Festival with a Character
  • Das Buddhistische Haus: Oldest Buddhist Temple in Europe
  • World Press Photo 13: The story behind an image
  • 15th Art Festival: 48 Stunden Neukölln
  • All Nations Festival (15th June)
  • Teju Cole receives International Literature Award for his novel Open City
  • In the Light of Amarna: 100 Years of the Nefertiti Discovery
  • A Summer Day at ECLA of Bard
  • A Summer with Technical Difficulties
  • Thomas Hasel: Economics of Democratization: Post-revolutionary Egypt between Legacy, Present and Promise
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