Vibrational match of cult art ideas brought our team together to act as a Gratiartis. Creatively born on 2007, a priori, as an association that promotes multicultural activities trough the prism of art.

Based in heart of Europe, beloved Brussels, our ideas blending of art involved concerts of Sevdah , traditional music form Bosnia, as well as classical music; translating and publishing literature, cherishing national treasure.

As we develop and mature as a crew, we tend to become more oriented to share and to help. Resonating with the philosophy that  No legacy is as rich as sharing of art. And within making charity concerts for some far forgotten children societies.


Our mission:

To make art accessible to all.
Through our programs we promote artistic expression that amplifies the voices of those on the margins, promotes sustainable and healthy communities, and works in the service of movements for economic and social justice.

We envision a world in which art flourishes in many forms as the cultural life blood of communities, where all have access to creative expression regardless of who they are, and where art and art-making is considered an essential element of our collective efforts to create a more just, peaceful world where all can live in dignity.


Our vision:
We at Gratiartis believe that art is a vital tool for community building, self-expression, and individual and collective transformation. Art can bridge difference, center those who have been on the margins, and challenge and connect communities and individuals to live in peaceful coexistence.

We envision a world in which art flourishes in many forms as the cultural life blood of communities, where all have access to creative expression regardless of who they are, and where art and art-making is considered an essential element of our collective efforts to create a more just, peaceful world where all can live in dignity.


Our values:

  • Community: we recognize that artists and cultural producers play a central role in building a healthy and vibrant community.
  • Diversity: we believe that multiple and divergent perspectives stimulate a culture of vitality and hope. We therefore have an emphasis on supporting women and trans artists since their work is not yet equitably represented in mainstream culture.
  • Continuity: we believe that supporting the current generation of underrepresented artists will stimulate the production of exceptional and inspiring work that will, in turn, kindle the next generation of artists and cultural producers.
  • Integrity: we are committed to operating all of our programs with a high standard of efficiency, responsiveness, effectiveness, and clarity of both purpose and process.
  • Opportunity: we believe it is important to elevate and make more visible the work of artists and cultural producers who are creating work at the nexus of art and social change and commit to using resources to provide a wide variety of opportunities for artists to show work and share their expertise, including exhibitions, peer-to-peer networking, and workshops.
  • Originality: we are committed to helping expand the notion of art beyond the traditional canons, as well as challenging mainstream ideas about what art is, the artists’ place and their connection to communities, by supporting artists and cultural producers whose work explores new territories, challenges traditions, and offers unique and thought-provoking perspectives.