KiBar, cybernetic bar
KiBar is a space for contemporary electronic media, often occupied in the evening hours by various kinds of computer geeks, hackers, gamers, etc., and with AV events, projections, artistic performances, various thematic and literary evenings, festivals, children's workshops, lectures, round tables, presentations and exhibition openings of contemporary art taking place all year long; a place of discussing current issues related to the field of culture in general, to social sciences and the humanities, to advanced technologies and to formal and non-formal educational activities.
The KiBar cyber cafe provides several computer terminals with access to internet, as well as a WiFi broadband wireless internet connection. The terminals also offer a selection of video games for Saturday afternoon gaming sessions and workshops. During working hours, our kind staff members will be happy to assist you with anything you need.
Traditional media are not excluded either – you can read a newspaper, or see a contemporary visual art exhibition in KiBela Gallery. A special spot is always reserved for showcasing one of the more recent works by Slovenian painter Marko Jakše.
There is also always a place for all those just looking for a cozy spot where they can have a cup of tea or coffee, or taste selected Slovenian wines. While having your drink, you may want to skim through one of the daily newspapers, or grab a book from the reference library (art & art theory). We also offer a wide selection of beers, draft and bottled, local and imported. In addition, we provide caterings for our visitors, artists, and guests at art show opening and other events. In KiBar, the local and global cultures are always intertwining.
KiBar manager: Maja Mlakar
Contact number: 059 076 377
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MULTIMEDIJSKI CENTER KIBLA / Ulica kneza Koclja 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenija, Evropa
telefon: 059 076 371 ali 059 076 372 / e-pošta: firstname.lastname@example.org