On Sunday, 17 December, Rijeka 2020 ECOC presented the pilot issue of Brickzine – a new online magazine about culture, art and creativity for kids and parents, which can be found at brickzine.rijeka2020.eu.
On 14 December, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art opens the Black Disguises exhibition, as part of the Risk Change international project.
On 4 December in the so called Aquarium at the University of Rijeka Campus, a meeting was held between the management of the University of Trieste, headed by rector prof.
On 28 and 29 November in Lisbon, as part of the Council of Europe’s Intercultural Cities project, a Milestone event was held at which three representatives of Rijeka 2020 participated – Development and Strategic Partnerships Director Irena Kregar Šegota, Culture Director Mara Anjoli Vujić, and 27 Neighbourhoods programme manager Branka Cvjetičanin.
For Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture, International Migrants Day is important for several reasons.
On 24 November, as part of Rijeka’s preparations to be the first Croatian city to adopt Agenda 21 (also known as Culture 21), the international programme which focuses on 21st century urban development through sustainable development and governance, RIJEKA 2020 LLC has organised a presentation of the Pilot Cities Programme in cooperation with United Cities and Local Governments.
The “Pleased to Meet You” platform goes to Mrkopalj on Thursday, 30 November at noon, where the programming and banquet in the Centre for Culture will open with the Historical and Ethno exhibition of Mrkopalj, which will also double as an opportunity for a 27 Neighbourhoods get-together.