All 38 sites monitored in 2020 continue to meet the criteria for the award of the European Heritage Label, among them the Franja Partisan hospital and Javorca Memorial Church of the Holy Spirit.
The chairperson of the European Capitals of Culture Expert panel announced on 18 December 2020 that the city of Nova Gorica has been recommended for the European Capital of Culture 2025 title in Slovenia.
At the end of a successful year and an incredible seven-year period, Motovila (CED Slovenia) underlines Slovenia's exceptional results in the EU programme Creative Europe. On the map of 41 European countries that participated in the Culture and MEDIA subprogrammes and the Cross-Sectoral strand, Slovenia is among the most successful!
Due to the current situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak, the Motovila Institute team (CED Slovenia) cancels all personal meetings until further notice. You can still reach us via email or social media. Stakeholders are invited to individual online video meetings every Friday.
On the occasion of the Europe Day (May 9th), we proudly present Creative Europe MEDIA supported films coming from five small European countries. Online and for free! Mark your Europe Day with big stories from small countries and discover cinema treasures that touch your heart and soul! Join us for the virtual film adventure!
Over 40 Slovenian organizations supported by Creative Europe have responded to our call to provide data and information on the implementation of their ongoing Culture and MEDIA projects in the period of the coronavirus pandemic as well as on the expected challenges after it. They are facing numerous difficulties, and predict cash flow to be the key issue in the future.
The European Commission awarded the European Heritage Label to ten historical sites across the Union, among them the written poem Zdravljica. National and University Library, which holds the most important manuscript versions of Zdravljica and all printed editions, has thus become the seat of the Prešeren Zdravljica memorial site.
Due to the current situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak, the Motovila Institute team (CED Slovenia) cancels all personal meetings and works remotedly until further notice. You can still reach us via email, social media or Skype.
Ljubljana, Nova Gorica, Piran and Ptuj have been shortlisted today, 27 February 2020, in the competition for the title of European Capital of Culture 2025 in Slovenia. The recommendation was done by a panel of independent experts evaluating applications from six competing Slovenian cities at the outcome of a 2-day meeting in Ljubljana.
From 19 to 23 January 2020, Motovila has implemented a study visit of Slovenian culture and creative sectors to selected Dutch cultural organisations and venues. We visited several dozen renowned venues and organizations in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, including our colleagues at CED Netherlands (DutchCulture).
From 19 to 23 January 2020, Motovila will implement a study visit of Slovenian culture and creative sectors to selected Dutch cultural organisations and venues.