Performing Gender – Dance makes differences is a two-year European Cooperation Project, supported by Creative Europe programme, between Italy, Slovenia, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom. It investigates gender and dance, and provides skills useful to develop new forms of narrative for LGBTIQ identities in Europe.
Under the joint title of IN/ON THE WAY / NA-POTI, several activities on the theme of migration, refugees, people’s personal stories and experiences, will take place this September and October at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška (KGLU).
Submit paper proposals under Session SS48 EAUH 2018 – “Women and the City: The Changing Role of Women in Urban Renewal since 1989”. Keywords: women; gender; urban renewal; urban resilience; urban policies; public spaces; safer cities. Deadline: October 5, 2017.
In its diversity, cultural heritage bring us together. Thanks to technology and the internet, it is now more accessible than ever, says European Commission and invites you to take part in a series of events celebrating Europe´s heritage.
A large-scale cooperation project MoMoWo, co-funded by the Creative Europe, is pleased to announce its participation at the 26th UIA 2017 Seoul World Architects Congress (3–7 September 2017)!
Want to start your own creative hub? Connect to hubs in Croatia or elsewhere in Europe? Find answers to question questions like how to run it? What content to enrich it with? What kind of hubs are there? Or simply – find out what a creative hub is?
The 13th edition of International Film Festival Kino Otok – Isola Cinema is ready to welcome thirteen emerging filmmakers, directors of photography and production designers, from Italy, Croatia and Slovenia, who have been selected at the public call for new international training and networking programme FOCUS (2–4 June 2017).
PUBLIC SPACES FOR LOCAL LIFE / Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces. Events free of charge supported by Creative Europe programme.
Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, from 26 April – 17 September 2017. The exhibition is part of the EU Culture programme (2007–2013) supported project “The Uses of Art – the Legacy of 1848 and 1989”.
International travelling architectural exhibition, supported by the Creative Europe programme. Venue: Atrij ZRC, Novi trg 2, Ljubljana. Open from Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 18.00 until 4th May 2017. Admition free!
Open call for young writers from Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Ukraine. The fellowship winner will be guest of the 32nd Vilenica International Literary Festival in September 2017. The deadline for applications: 30 April 2017.
The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced Kannikegården (DK), Ely Court (UK), deFlat Kleiburg (NL), Rivesaltes Memorial Museum (FR) and Katyn Museum (PL) to compete for the 2017 Prize.