Tonight, the European Capital of Culture title was passed to the cities that will be its bearers in 2022 – Novi Sad (Serbia), Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg) and Kaunas (Lithuania). The title was handed over by Croatian Rijeka and Irish Galway, and the gala handover ceremony, due to the coronavirus pandemic, was held online, i.e., broadcast on...

Within preparations for the title year and on the occasion of opening of Music and Ballet School, the City of Novi Sad and ‘Isidor Bajić’ Music School, together with the first City Concert Hall in the history of the city, provided 44 pianos, 20 pianinos and 12 electric pianos that will be waiting for students...

Novi Sad establishes new standards in architecture within the ‘New Places’ project, as part of the preparation process for the European Capital of Culture title. Today opened for citizens, a new place in Detelinara in Rumenačka Street is another place of 36 neighbourhood spaces that included citizens and architects in its improvement.

The ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation hosted students of bachelor studies of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts from the Department for Management and Production in Theatre, Radio and Culture and M.A. students from the University of Arts in Belgrade from the UNESCO Chair of Cultural Policy and Management.