In cooperation with the Youth Council of the City of Opatija, the Žmergo Association invites artists and interested public to apply for projects in culture within the OKiZA 2019. (Opatija Culture and Green Activism) program, part of the Opatija's Neighborhood of programmatic direction of 27 Neighborhoods, as part of the Rijeka 2020 - European Capital of Culture project.
The Čavle Neighbourhood of the Rijeka 2020 - European Capital of Culture (ECoC) project hosted an event dubbed the Bell-ringer's Symphony! The event took place on Friday, 23 August at the Croatian Homeland War Veterans’ Square in the municipality of Čavle.
Eco means the house, home, surroundings or environment we live in.
The pilot edition of the festival was a showcase of the extreme versatility and endless possibilities offered by the accordion, an instrument that is played around the globe and applicable to all musical genres, from classical music to jazz and pop all the way to folk music from various regions.
The warm-up for this year’s Porto Etno festival begins this August with a unique musical medley of indigenous and modern sounds at no less than three locations forming a part of the 27 Neighbourhoods flagship of Rijeka 2020 - European Capital of Culture, a project aimed at developing good interpersonal relations and creating an atmosphere of enjoying diversity.
Yesterday, neighbourhoods Lovran, Opatia, Kastav, Matulji, Kostrena, Čavle, Jelenje, Praputnjak, Škurinje, Drenova and Campus UNIRI hosted guests from the European Platform Tandem.
A study visit to Krk was organised as part of the Performance studies International preconference that is, in coordination with Croatia National Theatre, held in Rijeka between the 3 and 7 of June.