Chronology12 February 1994: The publication of the Public Invitation for the Urbanaria: art in urban context, The Soros Center for Contemporary Arts-Ljubljana first annual exhibition.
The deadline for applications is 20 March 1994.
10 March 1994: The publication of the announcement about the extension of the Invitation. The deadline for applications is 31 July 1994.
12 April 1994: SCCA organises in the Škuc Gallery the first discussion in relation to the Urbanaria project. The Irwin group, and Hans-Ulrich Obrist, an independent curator (St. Gallen, ARC-Paris, Vienna), present their projects.
3 June 1994: SCCA organises in the KUD France Prešeren Culture and Arts Centre the second discussion about the Urbanaria project. The representatives of SCCA-Ljubljana (Lilijana Stepančič, Barbara Borčić, Helena Pivec) present the Situationist movement and two international site-specific projects: Skulptur Projekte Münster, Germany (1987), and Four Cities Project, England (1990).
6 June 1994: SCCA organises in the Škuc Gallery a lecture by Victor Misiano, Artistic Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow), about the Russian art scene.
3 - 4 September 1994: The international expert jury (Marina Gržinić, Andrej Medved, Dorine Mignot, Victor Misiano, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Braco Rotar, Lilijana Stepančič, and Tomislav Vignjević) meets in Ljubljana. They select 14 projects out of 52 proposals by 61 authors.
25 November - 24 December 1994: A conceptual exhibition Urbanaria - Part One: "Sketches/Documents of Production Process" takes place in the entrance hall to the Large Reading Room in the National and University Library. It presents documents and sketches of all submitted applications. The Urbanaria - Part One catalogue is published with the NSK Post catalogue as an appendix.
January 1995 - November 1997 the Urbanaria - Part Two takes place: the realisation of 13 selected projects.
10 -13 October 1995 Aleksander Brener as the Urbanaria guest performs three street actions under the title Street Fighter and His Limits.
23 April 1996 SCCA organises in the Škuc Gallery a lecture by Hans-Ulrich Obrist. This time he presents his curatorial exhibition "Take me (I'm Yours)", Serpentine Gallery, London and project-in-process "Do It", travelling to several European cities.
November 1997 the Urbanaria - Part Two catalogue is published, accompanied by Arcticae horulae, a dictionary of words borrowed from German in Slovene language.