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After the unique celebration on 31 December in Novi Sad, Doček continues its tradition of celebrating two New Years, and on 13 January, throughout the city, turning indoor concerts into a special audio-visual experience.

Since 2015, theater makers Elisabeth Sikora and Markus Olzinger have been establishing Gmunden as a location for Austrian and German-language premieres of what is probably the most modern genre in theater history, the musical. 

The European Capital of Culture region, Esch2022, including southern Luxembourg and neighbouring France, celebrated the end of the title year. 2000 visitors celebrated the closing evening of Esch2022 - REWIND-PLAY-FORWARD on 22.12.22, with more than 100 artists. In the first part, twelve roundtable discussions, accompanied by images, videos and performances, provided an opportunity to look back on the year and discuss the legacy of the cultural capital project.

"Nud (Nothing) - From common places to community places, through a diffused narrative for the town”, “The last things. Polyphony for Rionero”, “Basilicata calling. People of Tursi”, “We are Here - Celebrating local community recipes and life through public art installations”. These are the final results of the creative residencies in the Lucanian municipalities of Forenza, Rionero in Vulture, Tursi and Stigliano, presented over the weekend for the wrap-up of the "Creative Communities" program in memory of David Sassoli, promoted by the Matera Basilicata 2019 Foundation and Open Design School in partnership with national and European partners.

Evora will be the European capital of culture for Portugal in 2027. This was announced today by the president of the evaluation panel, Beatriz Garcia, during a press conference in the presence of national, local and European institutional representatives.

Go shine with their and participate in an unforgettable week-long rendezvous of youth choirs and musical ensembles in Veszprém, Hungary - the 2023 European Capital of Culture. 

A year ago, three researchers, Michael Kurzwelly, Tanel Rander and Miha Kosovel, who are residents of various European cities divided in two by borders, founded the Transbordering Laboratory project.  Their main objectives were to research and map European cities that are divided by borders, to find partners, and to establish connections and a sustainable network.

The Tartu 2024 foundation, Estonian Film Institute and NGO Tartu Filmiselts invites filmmakers to take part in a creative contest looking for ideas for short films capturing Southern Estonia. 

For the first time, the “Open Space,” a place of inspiration and networking, will be open for participants to showcase their activities. The “Open Space” will take place on Saturday, November 12, from 11:00 to 14:00, at the X-Bowling Art Center (Charilaou 12).

2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture, in collaboration with the Photographic Club of Elefsina, organizes, from November 9 (opening at 20:00) to December 18, the action Mystery_24 Anatomy of a Transformation, at the Leonidas Kanellopoulos Cultural Center.

The Spanish city of Valencia will be the European Green Capital of the year 2024. The winning title was granted yesterday at a special ceremony in the French city of Grenoble.

During the darkest time of the year, in November and December, three artists, Anica Huck (GER), Gary Markle (CAN/EE) and Laura Põld (EE), begin an artistic residency in Southern Estonia as a part of the European Union “Creative Europe” platform “MagiC Carpets”.

Broumov and Budejovice are the cities in the Czech Republic that passed the preselection and entered the short list to become the European Capital of Culture for 2028. This was announced today by the evaluation panel of the European Commission during a press conference that took place today in Prague.

The city of Elefsina introduces itself to the general public with the Exhibition Mystery 29_Eleusis at the Benaki Museum / 138 Pireos Str. An emblematic project that serves as a precursor to the programme of 2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture, co-organized with the Benaki Museum, about the visible and invisible history of Elefsina.