Hundreds of associates and partners in the Sweet & Salt flagship describe their experiences at the conference and try to predict the possible futures of post-industrial Rijeka.
From 16-19 November 2020, we will meet online to explore the important role museums play in translating the complex to the digestible.
A training programme for filmmakers that brings together more than 100 experts in the European audiovisual industry
The World Congress of the Tourism Industry in Rijeka brings together between 500 and 700 participants, members of 400 clubs from 90 countries around the world at a regular annual meeting.
A gathering of experts in the field of audience development from all over Europe.
A three-day gathering of national and international cinema exhibitors.
What do architectural education, the production of knowledge, the study of potential collaborations and the methods of transversal pedagogy within architectural education look like? Answers to this question are offered by the programme of the 4th Future Architecture Platform – the first pan-European platform which brings together museum architecture, festivals and producers which work in the domain of architecture and whose goal is to bring ideas about the future of cities and architecture closer to the wider public.
In the year in which Rijeka is the European Capital of Culture and the Republic of Croatia chairs the Council of the European Union, Rijeka hosts the Extraordinary Session of the Presidency of the European Committee of the Regions.
The 9th congress focuses on the topic of borders through the aspect of money.
The Role of Cultural Heritage in Socioeconomic Development and the Preservation of Democratic Values
A conference about the central issues which influence the future of research and development in social and humanistic sciences with the emphasis on the field of cultural heritage.
Fostering diversity in the production of cultural and creative industries.
The conference starts with the key processes and conceptions which frame the notion of work today: automatisation, globalisation, digitalisation, capitalism and democracy.
A workshop of solidarity and participatory programmes (European and local-regional community).
The conference brings together 250 representatives of European national museum organisations, museum experts, creators of cultural policies and active participants in European museum projects.
The aim of the second conference of the mayors of European Capitals of Culture is the networking and strengthening of the legacy of the European Capital of Culture programme.
The annual conference of members of the organisation Performance Studies International which consists of numerous performance programmes, practical sessions, workshops and installations.
The aim of the conference within the project 90s: Scars is to encourage the further study of the art of the 1990s, as well as a broader dialogue amongst researchers who are dealing in the various aspects of the art and society of Central and Eastern Europe of that decade.
This conference about the development of Rijeka in the period of socialist Yugoslavia focuses on the collective identities in the new movement and the development of new places of memory that gain a special meaning in the connection with communism and construction of new ideological narratives.
The informal education of primary and secondary school teachers in the field of media and film culture
A conference about Rijeka from the end of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, during D’Annunzio’s rule and the period of fascism, to antifascism and the end of the Second World War.