A video promoting Rijeka as a port of diversity was shot at various captivating locations around the city.
The unveiling of the interactive sculpture-counter at Jadranski Square in Rijeka and a brief special programme held today at noon marked the beginning of counting down 365 days until the moment Rijeka receives the coveted title of European Capital of Culture.
The Children's House in Rijeka is the fourth infrastructure facility of the Rijeka 2020 ECoC project to be renovated soon.
Works on the Sugar Refinery Palace, which will upon completion of the reconstruction and furnishing, become a permanent exhibition of the City Museum of Rijeka covering the surface of 1,200 m2, are proceeding as planned.
After its premiere in late 2018 at RiHub, the DeltaLab Presents Sweet & Salt, the exhibition will open once again on Thursday, 17 January at 6 pm at the premises of the Rijeka Architects Society.
Experts with experience in cultural branding, such as Erik Kessels, MUZE, Kai Amberla and Miguel Rivas, along with a number of Croatian keynote speakers, will gather in one place and discuss branding trends and challenges at the "Cultural Branding" international conference, which will be organised as part of the Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture project and the Classroom programme from 28 February to 2 March 2019 at RiHub in Rijeka.
The Academy of Applied Arts at University of Rijeka and RIJEKA 2020 llc both responsible for the implementation of the European Capital of Culture project, have started the program Diversity Mixer which aims to encourage diversity in the production of cultural and creative industries of Primorsko-goranska County.