Twelve small public areas were arranged throughout Novi Sad and its surroundings within the second ‘New Places – Microgranting’ call during 2020.
Marica Kicušić is one of the most successful young illustrators in our country. She takes us back to childhood with her drawings, leading through the wonderful world of fairy tales and imagination.
Raising capacities of cultural institutions outside the city centre and in rural areas is the main goal of the Culture Up project that gathers nine representatives from five different countries. Within the project, the first online meeting, during which each project partner presented its organisation and the role in the project, was held.
We all know it is easy being kind with kind costumers. However, how does one react to complaints, threats, manipulation, cursing, grumbling, overgeneralization, stubbornness and other uncomfortable behaviors by the costumers, where the mere kindness is not enough?
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.