This is, in my opinion, one of the most original and interesting spaces for art & culture in Bucharest.
In fact, it represents the headquarters of a project that wants to make a strong point and set an example: cities in general (and Bucharest in particular) need cultural spaces and happenings on the outskirts, in neighborhoods, abandoned halls, factories or other such locations, not just in the city center.
Therefore, Make a Point is on the ground floor of an old textile factory ”Postăvăria Română” – and acts as a permanent exhibition, screening and library space. In the library, you can find a collection of industrial and proletarian publications, art albums and cinema literature.
The former Water Tower, now the Art Tower, is also open for visits up to the top, for a small donation of 5 lei that will go to the NGO which keeps it alive and kicking. At 28 m high, you get a broad view of the city that will help you understand Bucharest a little bit better, especially from the perspective of an Eastern European capital.
You will find the tower on the old factory premises, within a walking distance from Costin Georgian subway stop on M1. Please check the Facebook page and the website for events.