Today, the future European capital of culture was visited by Maja Gojković, the Government’s new deputy prime minister and minister of culture and information. She stated that Novi Sad has a unique approach to culture development, thanks to the long-term ambitious vision, strategic commitment and continuous work.
The thirteenth ‘To Be Punk’ festival will be held online on 13 and 14 November from 7 to 10 p.m., and the audience will be able to follow the performances of seven bands on the Facebook pages of the Novi Sad Student Cultural Centre and ‘To Be Punk’ festival.
This year, the 16th edition of the ‘Bunker Fest’ entitled ‘Garage Boys’ will be held in the Egység Cultural Station, on 14 and 15 November.
The BETA Circus European project has announced a large international call through which twelve circus artists from all over Europe will be selected to implement the international programme for strengthening the capacity of circus art and presenting new trends, with a focus on new magic.
Care – a feeling that is currently taking over us, a thought that has become part of our everyday lives and that now, as such, under these specific circumstances, represents the main topic of the seventh Japanese-Serbian Film Festival, which is going to take place in the Svilara Cultural Station from Friday to Sunday (6...
New spaces for culture in Novi Sad – cultural stations have a new website as well: kulturnestanice.rs which includes all the information about numerous artistic and cultural programmes across the city, providing both stakeholders of the cultural scene and audience with better insight into capacities of these creative and authentic spaces.