A shift toward participation is increasingly evident across sectors as various actors respond to technological developments and aim to create more democratic, inclusive and equal societies.
Kitchen of Diversity, one of the seven flagships of the Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture project, was announced on Friday, 4 October, in Varaždin.
Next year, 28 women authors, artists and scholars from 28 European countries will visit Rijeka to share their vision for the future of Europe with the attendees over the course of three days.
Eleven permanent artworks will be installed in Rijeka and its surrounding area, more specifically at ten locations across the Kvarner region as part of this flagship, one of seven overall. The artworks, installations and sculptures uniformly deal with the specificities of the locations where they are being installed.
In the past year, 9500 volunteers have participated in activities pertaining to RiHub, with more than 200 public events taking place at its premises!
All this artwork touches upon certain specifics of the area and is inspired by stories that are relevant to the local population but impossible to find in any of the usual Tourist Board brochures.
Lit.EU is a small European Literaturefestival on the adriatic, in the historic coastal town Opatija (Croatia).