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.
The Nida Art Colony on the spectacular Curonian Spit in Lithuania has opened two calls for applications – one for the 2017 symposium and one for a residency, with March 15th set as the deadline for both.
Do you love Jazz? Do you love films? Well your new favourite festival is about to become the Copenhagen Jazz Film Festival, opening today in Copenhagen.
The National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Vilnius, Lithuania is currently presenting Citynature: Vilnius and Beyond, an exhibition reflecting on the city as an eco-system and the artistic and scientific research around that idea.
CPH Art Works offers an alternative approach to the discovery and collection of art this weekend with a stylish indoor art market in Nørrebrohallen, Copenhagen.
Tallinn’s old town will host superb music from some of Estonia’s most talented musicians this week as the Tallinn Winter Festival returns.
The 4th edition of the Lithuanian Dance Festival launches today in Berlin. Over the next 5 days it will present a selection of some of Lithuania’s brightest talents in contemporary dance.
Trauma & Revival, Cultural relations between Eastern and Western Europe is a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme and currently accepting applications for two residencies taking place in kim? Contemporary Art Centre...
Aerowaves is looking for 10 people interested in writing about dance or already having experience in doing so. The 10 selected will be guided by experienced dance writers, learn how to create, shape and share conversations about...
It’s the last week of January and that means the Northern Lights Festival will once again be brightening the days of those attending in Tromsø, with plenty of great music to suit most tastes.
Climate Festival § 112 takes place all over Norway until Saturday, January 29th. Climate Festival § 112 is an initiative by Norwegian Climate Network (Norsk klimanettverk) and collaborates with research institutions,...
The meaning of home is a subject thought about by many Europeans today and January 24th sees the launch of ‘Mobile Home’, a 6-month joint venture between 4 Finnish cultural institutes, dealing exploring the broader themes of home...
The Nordic region’s largest film festival returns this week with the Göteborg Film festival taking place once again at various locations around Gothenburg, Sweden.
The famous Intsikurmu Summer Festival will come out of the woods and into the town for the winter edition this Saturday 21st January.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art will reopen this weekend with free entry to its exhibitions from the 20th to the 22nd of January, paying homage to South African artist Ian Wilson.
Denmark’s most recognised design organisations have come together once again to present MANIFESTA 2017, this Thursday night at Charlottenborg Palace in Copenhagen.
More than 800 exhibitors will come together once again this month for one of the interior design and gift industries most anticipated events – Formex Nordic Design Fair.
The 27th edition of TIFF – the Tromsö International Film Festival, will be held across 7 days from January 16th to 22nd at some of Norway’s best cinematic locations.
If you want to brush up on your Swedish folk dancing skills or learn as a beginner, then the Folkmusikhuset is the place to be this Sunday 12th January in Stockholm.
"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)