The vibrant and colourful district of Nørrebro will host a 48-hour marathon event this weekend, celebrating its culture and the local passion for all things Nørrebro!
Nowhere does anthropology come more to life than on film and the Riga Pasaules Film Festival is living proof – ‘Revealing the Unexpected’ with 3 days of documentaries and more.
During the Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) course at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, Wales, we talked to five participants. Read below what Anna-Kaisa Koska from Helsinki, Finland thinks about the course...
During the Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) course at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, Wales, we talked to five participants. Read below what Sigrid Pawelke, living and working in Aix-En-Provence, thinks...
We spent a couple of days with the first cohort of the Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) course in Machynlleth, Wales. During a full week of intensive workshops they learned about the creative tools to tackle climate change with....
Hamburg’s international centre for fine and contemporary art, Kampnagel, will present KRASS the Culture Crash festival, in conjunction with YoungStar Fest for ten days, April 30th.
Estonia’s cool credentials will get a huge boost this week as 11 towns across the country host events for the Tallinn International Festival Jazzkaar.
For the third year running, Vilnius will open the doors of more than 40 of its most impressive buildings as part of ‘Open House’ worldwide on the 22nd and 23rd of April.
It’s time for the 2017 edition of the Library Night. All doors are open for literary discoveries for the old and young. Tonight in Kaliningrad. We’ve got two tips for you.
There are numerous international guests that will honour the annual festival “Amber Necklace” during the months of April, May and June in Kaliningrad.
Folk and world music is of great importance to many and FOLK TRAD NOW, to be held this week in Stockholm, is a conference that aims to protect and develop the scene for future generations.
RIXC in Riga has recently announced open calls for not one but two artistic opportunities for exhibition and creative contribution, closing in May.
In the digital age, innovation is key and students of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts are leading the way with ‘Proposition for Waiting for the Future’ - a contemporary art exhibition founded in electronic design.
Denmark’s celebrated art event Kunst for Alle celebrates its 15th year in 2017, with works from 72 participating artists on display in the four-day event held this week in Aalborg.
From the classics to the avant-garde, this year’s International Baltic Ballet Festival will be presented across Latvia, with love as the common theme in works from Chicago, Beijing and more.
One of Europe’s most attractive and stimulating art colleges – HDK in Gothenburg – will host a talk this Thursday on art pedagogy in practice by visual artist, art educator and curator Paula von Seth.
Fans of internationally renowned performance artist Marina Abramović will be delighted to be able to experience a retrospective of over 5 decades of her work in Sweden this May and Denmark in June.
The unlikely convergence of architecture and gaming will be discussed in ‘Spaces of Possibility’ this Thursday – an open lecture at Copenhagen’s KADK.
On March 15th, ARS BALTICA and the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre hosted a creative dialogue together with local cultural players in order to discuss their project, ideas and perspectives on cultural co-operation and pre-dominant...
Kiel’s Stadtgalerie, the city gallery, is these days exhibiting the works of eight Finnish artists. The exhibition “Between Light and Darkness” was opened on March 11th and can be seen until May 28th.
450 applications from all over the world. And 30 have made it into the final round. The Forecast Forum is ready for its second edition, introducing exciting ideas to the public and helping six of them on to come to life.
Oslo’s favourite student cinema and film club Cinema Neuf will present once again this year the 16mm Festival, celebrating all things analogue for fans of the medium and newcomers alike.
Artists and sculptors have the chance to exhibit their work in a public space in Gdánsk. Entry is now open for the Crossroads of Freedom competition until the 15th May.
With 7 biennials held in the Nordic region, there will be plenty to discuss at the Nordic Biennial Symposium in Gothenburg this week.
If you love art and live in or are visiting Helsinki, then the Helsinki Art Walk should be in your calender!
"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)