All six ranney collector wells, located on the Danube bank along the Sunny Quay, will be painted in murals by the autumn this year, as part of the project of muralisation and improvement of public surfaces in Novi Sad. This project is part of the Bid-book which brought the European Capital of Culture title to...

Some of the most renowned experts in the field of European Capitals of Culture were speakers at the ‘How to Communicate ECoC’ seminar in Rijeka – city that is European Capital of Culture in 2020. They shared their experiences and emphasised that dialogue is one of the crucial processes of society transformation and progress. Apart...

The ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation seeks eight candidates who are active on the cultural-artistic scene in the field of managing cultural events, in order to create strong management support for the upcoming European Capitals of Culture. The ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation launches the public call for applying to the ‘Lab for European Project Making’, designed...

Kizuna – a project focused on encouraging cooperation between local and Japanese cultural scene Several weeks have passed since the call for financing study trips of Novi Sad artists and cultural workers to Japan, organised jointly by the Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture Foundation and EU-Japan Fest organisation from Tokyo, was launched....

Facades of the Lower Town of the Petrovaradin Fortress are undergoing a reconstruction. The European Capital of Culture title is one of the reasons why this project has been launched. Nemanja Milenković, CEO of the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation, stresses that although the Lower Town is one of the greatest tourist and cultural potentials of...