If you love art and live in or are visiting Helsinki, then the Helsinki Art Walk should be in your calender!
In advance of the Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art: Momentum 9 – Alienation, this June, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Berlin will present a discussion by its curators at the Nordic Embassies on the 24th March.
Visual artists from all disciplines are invited to submit work for competition in the SURVIVAL Art Review, coming up this June.
Artists and art overs alike will be rejoicing this week as not one but two art fairs take place in Stockholm – SUPERMARKET and Market Art Fair.
Lithuania is the country that should come your to mind when you think of fashion this weekend, as Fashion Infection takes to the streets of Vilnius.
‘Creative Lenses’, brings together 13 organisations from across Europe to explore the sustainability of arts and culture in the region and Trans Europe Halles will present the latest forum tomorrow and Friday in Lund, Sweden.
The Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art once again presents the IN OUT Festival, showcasing diverse works across a range of mediums, many of which will have been submitted to the IN OUT Competition, which closes on 27th March.
2017 and 2018 can be the game-changing years for showcasing the value and driving force of the arts and culture for strengthening our societies in a sustainable way. We're looking forward to our Creative Dialogue on March 15th in...
Nordic crime fiction has become the hot genre in recent years and the works of Nordic and international crime novelists will be thoroughly investigated this weekend at Krimfestivalen in Oslo.
Estonia’s only festival that supports and promotes feminism is on this week in Tallinn and what better day to launch it than March 8th – International Women’s Day.
The Šoblė Film Festival returns for the 7th year running tomorrow, bringing dozens of fresh films and plenty of artistic types from across Europe to Vilnius for 2 days of cinematic celebration.
The international exhibition "Baltic Tale" introduces three artists from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and their approaches to illustrations and story-telling. It opens on March 7th at Tallinn's Estonian Children's Literature...
We sat down with Krista Kampus, Head of the Baltic 2030 Unit of the CBSS Secretariat and her colleague Olga Zuin to talk about the challenges in working with Sustainable Development in the Baltic Sea Region and the role of the...
With the majority of the film content distributed in Sweden being made by men, the Stockholm Feminist Film Festival (STIFF) has vowed to shine the spotlight on films made by women and about women and it will do so tonight at the...
Millions attended women’s marches across the world in recent months so now seems like as good a time as any to celebrate 4 days of feminism and freedom at the Festival // Feminism – Liberty – Party, starting this weekend in...
Nordic Score has taken collaboration to a whole new level with a literary text, transformed into a choreographic script then interpreted by three different dancers into a wondrous reflection on the diversity and wildness of...
We may live in a digital world but the love of books is alive and well, especially in Copenhagen with the 10 day CPH Reads festival launching this Friday.
Szkoła Impro and Klub Komediowy in Warsaw are hosting the city’s first Improv festival this week, in English and you’re all invited!
Publishers, authors, readers and book industry insiders will converge together in Vilnius this Thursday for 3 days of all things books, once again at the Vilnius Book Fair!
Projects, ideas and inspiration for Live Action Role Playing fans is on offer this week at the Nordic Larp Talks in Oslo, in the lead up to the annual Knutepunk conference.
Dansens Hus is Sweden’s largest contemporary dance venue and next week it will play host to exChange Perspectives, the international conference on dance education and production.
Stockholm’s Dome of Vision will present a public meeting on 17th February on the topic of Art and Science, an increasingly more popular discussion point in recent times.
The Paljassaare Peninsula in Tallinn is a unique environment and the TAB 2017 Vision Competition offers designers and thinkers the chance to reimagine new ideals with regard to the landscape and design in this region.
If you’re yearning to spend some time in February watching movies but can’t get to the Berlinale, then you are in luck! The CPH Jewish Film Festival starts today in Copenhagen.
It’s time to dust off those dancing shoes and get your body moving to the beat as the Telliskivi Social Dancing Weekend returns in 2017.
"Culture includes not only culture and arts, but also the way of life and system of values. In this sense culture becomes the major power for intellectual renewal and human perfection." (European Council Report on European Cultural Policy)