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The president of european panel for the pre-selection of ECoC applicants in Portugal, Beatriz Garcia, announced the names of the cities that will continue the race to become the European capital of culture in 2027 for Portugal in a press conference this afternoon. Four cities have entered the short list: Aveiro, Braga, Évora, Ponta Delgada

Liepāja is one of the four latvians cities in short list for European Capital of culture 2027. This year, Liepāja Culture Department evaluated 63 project applications that were submitted to the Culture Projects Competition and 14 of them received the municipality's support. These projects will be allocated the competition funding of EUR 50 000.

Ecocnews continues its journey among the 12 Portuguese cities that are candidates for European capital of culture for 2027. We asked all the application teams three same questions. After Leiria, Ponta Delgada, Evora, and Braga today EcocNews makes a stop in Aveiro.

We continue the interviews with the leading experts of European Capitals of culture, asking his opinion to the only person we know who was in relationship and visited all the European capitals of culture since 1993, Kogi Shuji, the Secretary General of Eu Japan Fest. This organization support programs of collaboration with all the Ecoc encouraging artists exchanges. Members of the EU Japan Fest Japan Committee are the main economic, financial and industrial realities of Japan.

The Ministry of Culture announces the 10 finalists for the 2024 edition of the Italian Capital of Culture. The selected cities will be audited, via video conference, on March 3 and 4, 2022 by the Jury chaired by Silvia Calandrelli who will then have to indicate to Minister Dario Franceschini the most suitable candidacy.

Ecocnews continues its journey among the 12 Portuguese cities that are candidates for European capital of culture for 2027. We asked all the application teams three same questions. After Leiria, Ponta Delgada and Evora, today EcocNews makes a stop in Braga.

The untimely death of the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, caused deep pain throughout Europe and also in the EcocNews Team who had met him personally on 20 December 2019 at the closing of the Matera 2019 cultural program. In a few hours he made us understand that a smile coincides with authority and that, as he told us, "beauty comes from freedom".

David Sassoli was a friend of culture and the European capitals of culture. During the press conference in Matera he said: "We will not vote that budget of the European Commission, we as the unanimity of the European Parliament, that budget that cuts funds for culture by 20 percent". EcocNews wants to remember the great personality of David Sassoli by publishing his speech, in English, for the Matera 2019 monitoring report "Matera is a producer of culture", his extraordinary greeting at the end of the cultural program, in italian, and some videos of that memorable day.

Hi, David.

As is now known, in 2022 there will be three European capitals of culture, Novi Sad, kaunas and Esch. The first city to inaugurate the program will be Novi Sad, on January 13 at 20.22. Kaunas will follow on January 22 and then Esch on February 22 with a ceremony that will culminate on February 26. Today focus on the Opening Ceremony of Novi Sad.

Under the Christmas tree, French cities have found the announcement which officially opens the race for European capital of culture for 2028.

Leiria was, if not the first, one of the first Portuguese cities to state - long ago on 22nd may of 2015 - the intention to present an application to European Capital of Culture 2027. It was also one of the first to, right after the first pandemic wave, reiterate this intention.

EcocNews begins a journey among the 12 Portuguese cities competing to become the European Capital of Culture in 2027. We asked all the application teams three same questions. Let's start with Ponta Delgada, Azores.

The last phase for the selection of the city that in 2026 will be the European capital of culture for the Slovak Republic has begun today. The result will be known in the next few days. Meanwhile, Good luck to all three competing cities: Nitra, Trencin and Zilina.

“Elefsina is the city of contradictions. It’s one of the five most important sacred cities of antiquity, the city of the Elefsinian Mysteries, with a vast archaeological site in the center of it” said Chryssa Martini, Director of Premises & Infrastructure, Location Planning & Development – Eleusis 2023.

“Today the aim is to introduce you to 3 exciting projects from the European Capital of Culture Esch2022, where the theme of the New European Bauhaus can be found. Starting with the Belval area, proceeding with a specific Esch2022 project and finally a future-oriented showcase project in the Esch2022 region”, said Thierry Kruchten, Head of Tourism, Mobility and Sustainable Development - Esch 2022.

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