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“In a way, we decide how the world should know us. How they should hear about us”—A story told by Miki, audio wizard @Ferentari Studios

His name is Mihai Gabriel Pripici, but his friends know him as “Miki.” He was born 22 years ago in Bucharest, but he’s spent some ten years in Călărași. He discovered a passion for music very early in life while humming his favorite artists’ songs around the house or at school. In parallel, Miki found interests in several other areas, from art to science and computer science.

A positive learning experience is related to the Danubius High School in Călărași, where he discovered his first mentor in the teacher Loredana Mira (coordinator of the journalism center there). As he confesses, high school remains a most beautiful experience! One that he continues through his work with PlayHood. As a sound engineer who contributes to the “making of new talents,” Miki loves working with Ionuț Oprea and feels at home at the Ferentari Studios.

He wishes to get involved in as many SF projects as possible and become a well-known artist, working with his idols. Currently, Miki is active as a composer, producer, and audio-video editor, but he also makes time for various creative workshops organized at the Ferentari Studios. He told us about one of these in a personal account.

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Creative teenagers and young adults who grew up in Ferentari neighborhood in Bucharest write articles about Roma culture, with editorial guidance, as part of “Avdives, Khetanes!” (translation “Today, together!”) project implemented by Amfiteatru Foundation.

“Avdives, Khetanes!” aims to increase inclusion and develop the premises for a better quality of life for Roma children in Belin commune, Covasna county and in Ferentari marginalized neighbourhood (Sector 5, Bucharest).

The project is implemented by Amfiteatru Foundation in partnership with Belin Community Development Association for Belin commune and by Amfiteatru Foundation in partnership with the City Hall of Sector 5 for Ferentari and benefits from a 856.678 euros grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the SEE and Norway Grants as part of the Local Development Program.