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In Novi Sad (Serbia), the NEO Festival starts on 17 June. On 6 July (Galerija Matice srpske, H 20:00), with Eu-Japan Fest support , cellist Mr Shizuka Mitsui and violinist Ms Yukiko Uno will perform with pianist Mr Pavle Krstić. Masterclasses will also be held by the participating musicians at this festival.

The ‘Vila’ family festival, which takes place between 3 and 5 June in the unique ambience of Fruška Gora, in Vrdnik (Fruške Terme Resort), includes a rich programme for the youngest – numerous workshops, dance performances, and film and literary events that will bring joy to the first weekend of June. Admission to all programmes is free.

Eliza Mamardashvili and Dybach Iryna are Ukrainian artists who will stay in Novi Sad for two months thanks to the call launched by the ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation within the programme for artistic residencies ‘Artist in Residence’. 

Giant puppets, plays, operas for children, concerts and exhibitions, troupes that are among the best in Europe, literary and other magical journeys – Novi Sad is becoming the capital of fairy tales and stories, a unique theatrical experience for all.

Artistic messages of peace and help to refugees from Ukraine are a new initiative of the ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation.

Through its residential programme ‘Artist in Residence’, an open call has been sent to artists from Ukraine to stay and create in Novi Sad, in the field of visual arts and literature. For that occasion, the Foundation will provide them with accommodation and all the necessary materials for work. 

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