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Join they for two days of practical workshops on attracting and developing audiences. They look forward to welcoming Kurzeme culture professionals who are involved in organising events for young audiences, attracting new audiences, and developing audience strategies on a daily basis.

#artbloomsinmay is the motto of the events that will take place in Lublin from May 9th through 29th. Over this period Lublin, along with 12 European partners and 4 cities participating in the CreArt3.0 project, will build a creative space for artistic activities.

Can all of Europe fit in the commercial centre of Larnaka? How could the area become the common ground where all the European cities that have been European Capitals of Culture (ECoC) since the establishment of this very important cultural institution, the longest in the EU, meet? These questions were raised and answered by Larnaka 2030, in collaboration with the Shopkeepers Association of the Historic Centre of Larnaka together with the Architects and Designers working groups of the Organisation.

From ceramics to the goldsmith's art, from wood to crochet, from digital art to the recovery of ancient manufacturing traditions. It is a true mosaic of Lucanian excellence that 44 artisans, makers and designers from all over Basilicata will present from 1 to 5 May as part of the third edition of 'Fucina Madre', the handicraft and design exhibition set up, for this edition, in the spaces of Le Monacelle, in Via Riscatto 15, in Matera, European Capital of Culture for 2019.

"Airfare - Digital Pathways for Cultural Innovation" is the winning project of the Public Notice TOCC (Digital Transition Cultural and Creative Organisations) Action A1 of the Directorate General for Contemporary Creativity of Italian Ministry of Culture, funded by the European Union - NextGenerationEU, presented by the BAD (Basilicata Digital Academy) network composed of the Matera Basilicata 2019 Foundation (lead partner), Matera Municipality, Confapi Matera, CNA Matera, ITS Academy Foundation of Basilicata.

 Last week the annual General Committee meeting of Eu Japan Fest was held in Tokyo, the non-governmental organization that has supported the exchange between Japanese and European cultures since over thirty years by collaborating with the European Capitals of Culture.

While in Italy the city of youth, Potenza, in Basilicata, the same region as Matera, European Capital of Culture in 2019, has just been named, in the rest of Europe work is underway to name the European capital of youth for 2027.

2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture organises for the first time on 29 and 30 March, at the Elefsina Old Oil Mill Factory, the conference “Narrative Archaeology | Performance in archaeological sites and excavation of human experience.” This two-day meeting takes place in the framework of the composite art activity Mystery 20 Performing Arts Initiator – Narrative Archaeology, with the aim of promoting an interdisciplinary dialogue between Arts and Archaeology.

In the last few days the Open Culture Volunteers Association has turned three years old, having been founded in February 2021 after Matera 2019.

Although winter temperatures are low, these are very warm days for two Swedish cities: Kiruna, above the Arctic Circle, and the university city Uppsala, in central Sweden. They are the only two Swedish cities that have decided to compete for the title of European Capital of Culture in 2029.

After two successful editions, the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly is back in its spring and Molenbeek version.

Can culture be a shield against the degradation of politics and public institutions? Can the values of the European Union represent a weapon to defend the autonomy of individual countries?

In recent days, the handover between the European Capitals of Culture 2023 and this year's European Capitals of Culture was held in Athens, for the second time ever since the European Capital of Culture programme was born. It is a happy intuition of Nancy Braun, Director General of Esch 2022, who already desired this initiative for the first time last year for the handover from Esch 2022, Novi Sad 2022 and Kaunas 2022 to Veszprem 2023, Eleusis 2023 and Timisoara 2023.

The final conference of the European CulTourData project, a transformative journey at the intersection of tourism, culture and innovation, will be held in Chemnitz, European Capital of Culture 2025, on 10 and 11 January 2024.

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