The European Commission published on its website the report on the second stage of the EU monitoring panel for the project Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture.
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka announces an Open Call for artworks for “Escape” exhibition, which is to be held as the third episode of the EU project “Risk Change”.
LAB for European Project making is an educational cycle for cultural workers, especially cultural managers and producers, who want to strengthen their management skills in implementing large-scale international projects.
After Summer on Gradina, Rijeka Summer Nights and a host of other happenings that turned streets and squares of Rijeka into stages and entertainment venues, Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture now comes into the fold to help conceive and organise events this summer.
Within the Kitchen programme line, which deals with minorities and migration, an art colony – the RoUm Rijeka – will take place in Rijeka from 11 to 21 June.
In Croatia around 380,000 tons of food are discarded every year, while at the same time around 630,000 people live on the edge of poverty and sometimes go hungry.
How does culture and investing in culture contribute to the overall development of the local community, how do sponsors and donors decide which projects to support, how do cultural workers communicate with potential sponsors and donors and how does the European Capital of Culture project promote cooperation between business and the cultural sector – those were the topics of the Business 2 Culture conference held on Friday, 8 June at the Rijeka Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art..