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The Municipality of Elefsina and the 2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture invite artists to co-shape the image of the city. The project concerns the creation of the Telephone Distribution Boxes located in Elefsina and Magoula, with themes inspired from the city of Elefsina, its history and culture, as well as the main axes of the ECoC.

Liepaja has been awarded the title of a 2027 European Capital of Culture, the organizers of the competition said at a press conference on Tuesday.

In May 2022, the Shadow Play Theatre KAKASHIZA is scheduled to organize their performance tour in Europe, including this year’s European Capitals of Culture Esch (Luxembourg) and Kaunas (Lithuania). Their shadow fantasy theater works and hand shadow performances have been highly acclaimed both in Japan and abroad.

On 12-13 May, Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022 will open a new Summer Stage, the essential cultural gift of the warm season for the city. Every Thursday to Sunday until mid-September, Kaunas Town Hall Square will host concerts, performances and other creative activities by Lithuanian artists and international guests.

For the past few months, Rouen Seine Normande 2028 has been working with certain European cities. These friend-towns make the candidature for the label European Capital of Culture 2028 a truly European project. Europe Day, on 9 May, was the occasion to highlight this aspect.

Piccolo Opera Festival together with European Capital of Culture (ECOC) Nova Gorica – Gorizia 2025 is holding an open call for new compositions, with the aim to give space to new creativity within the 2022 edition of Piccolo Opera Festival and as the opening of GO! Borderless Opera Lab, a new professional training project.

A techno-cultural urban neighborhood will be built between the neighboring cities of Nova Gorica in Slovenia and Gorizia in Italy ahead of their joint European Capital of Culture (ECoC) 2025 title project in what is now a update of the initial plan to strengthen ties between the two cities. This is what was reported by The Slovenian Press Agency (STA)

The international capacity-building forum Kultuurikompass "How to change the world through environmentally friendly cultural management?" will be held on 28 April in Tartu, European Capital of Culture 2024. The forum will take place on April 28 at 1pm at the Estonian National Museum and will be broadcast on the Tartu 2024 website and social media channels. Triin Pikk, Earth Programme Line Manager Tartu 2024, wrote opinion piece „Environmentally friendly Culture – Utopia or Already Happening?“ to support the event.

Tartu with Southern Estonia is the European Capital of Culture in 2024. Tartu 2024 is guided by the artistic concept Arts of Survival. These are the knowledge, skills, and values that will help everyone lead a good life in the future. Tartu and Southern Estonia’s goal is to share these values with and to learn more from Europe.

One of the artists supported by EuJapanFest as part of the #TuneUpforECoC project is Ms. Iwauko Murakami who will hold a photo exhibition at Nikon Salon in Shinjuku, Tokyo

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