In the Egység Cultural Station, on 26 and 27 September, two a cappella spectacles will be announcing this September’s edition of pocket music excursions within the Pocket Globe project, with special focus on the performances that marked June.
Interactive, music workshops for children were envisaged as music sessions during which kids aged 3-11 will familiarize themselves with special musical instruments and will be actively included in the music making. These workshops will be held in the Mlin Cultural Station on 22 and 23 September.
Slobodan Tišma and Aleksandar Gatalica, winners of the NIN Award, Laslo Blašković, the author of prose and poetry from Novi Sad, Franja Petrinović, critic and editor, Maša Seničić and Andrea Popov Miletić, young talents of the local literature, as well as eminent European multi-award winning Dejan Tiago-Stanković, Isabelle Wéry, Laurent Seksik, Barbi Marković, Weronika Murek,...
The Mlin Cultural Station will become the meeting place for the youngest fans of opera, since the ’Snow White’ opera for children, by the ’Visoko C’ association of artists, will be performed in Mlin on Sunday, 18 September at 10 a.m.
Novi Sad will join the ‘World Cleanup Day’, global action of cleaning, on Sunday, 20 September!
Ksenija Marinković, art historian, independent curator and founder of the ‘X VITAMIN’ gallery in Belgrade, will implement study and research work within the trip to Japan as part of the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme of the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation and ‘EU – Japan Fest’ organisation.