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is designed to help professionals explore possibilities for collaboration with Slovene cultural organisations. Here you can find information on cultural producers, venues, festivals and support services in Slovenia, and download images, logos or contacts.

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Creative Europe in Slovenia, 2018 update

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Since 1997 hundreds of cultural organisations from across Europe join in for a very special set of administrative and discursive protocols. New projects are painstakingly compiled and proposed each year as artists and producers aim for co-funding from one of the European Union's programm's for the cultural and creative sectors. Today these programmes are united under the name Creative Europe.

Slovene cultural producers have been consistently successful in these programmes. In fact, through an impressive performance of their application-genius, in 2018 the 5 project leaders have managed to claim no less than 2.8 million euros, while 17 Slovene producers are engaged as partners in granted Cooperation Projects of the Culture sub-programme.

The REFRESH cooperation project led by Slovene Association of Historic Towns got the Creative Europe support related to the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018,

Festivals in Slovenia

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Since 2012 the annual festivalscapes are provided as an infographic, conceived by the Culture.si team at the Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory.

The interactive calendars include the festivals from the Culture.si database arranged by weeks and by field. You can get various charts, e.g. the Music festivals only, by clicking on the art field.

Festival organisers, you are invited to send in the missing festival dates for our 2018 festival infographic, or the dates of your editions in 2019 or 2020.

You can complement the infographic with the timeline of festivals, which reveals the dynamics of establishing new festivals in Slovenia (since 1909).

All the festivalis in 2018 with the dates are listed here.


Culture from Slovenia worldwide

  • 20 November to 29 November 2018
    The screening of I Act, I Am, produced by Filmostovje, in the International Competition programme, at the Cairo International Film Festival at Cairo Opera House in Cairo, Egypt
    programme organiser
  • 18 November to 25 November 2018
    The devised theatre performance The Lords, produced by Glej Theatre, at Ryan International Schools in Mumbai, India more
  • 17 November to 20 November 2018
    Maja Osojnik performs at Ausland, Orpheum in Berlin, Graz, Austria, Germany
    programme
  • 17 November 2018 to 17 February 2019
    The installation aqua_forensic by Robertina Šebjanič and Gjino Šutić in the frame of the exhibition ERROR – The Art of Imperfection (Ars Electronica Export programme) at DRIVE in Berlin, Germany
    programme info
  • 16 November to 2 December 2018
    The installation aqua_forensic by Robertina Šebjanič and Gjino Šutić in the frame of the exhibition Mending the Fabric of the World at The Water Tower in Bourges, France
    programme info

Upcoming events

  • 23 November to 28 November 2018
    Little Blue and Little Yellow, directed by Miha Golob and produced by the Maribor Puppet Theatre, at the KuKuK, Regional Theatre Festival For Young Audiences Wildon at Eisenwurzenhalle, Stieglerhaus St. Stefan ob Stainz in Graz, Austria
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  • 23 November 2018 to 11 January 2019
    Thank You, Have a Nice Day, an exhibition of illustrations by Anja Šlibar, organised by Periskop and supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin, at Sputnik Kino in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 23 November 2018 to 25 November 2019
    New Slovenian Cinema, featuring screenings of Ivan, directed by Janez Burger (Staragara); The Miner, directed by Hanna A. W. Slak (Nukleus Film); Men Don't Cry, co-produced by Iridium Film; The Box, an animation by Dušan Kastelic (Bugbrain Studio); the short film The Invisible Hand of Adam Smith by Slobodan Maksimović, co-produced by Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia); Assunta, directed by Ester Ivakić and produced by Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT); Chasm, directed by Ana Trebše and co-produced by Mangart Production Group Ltd; Dance of Love, directed by Leo Černic and produced by Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT); A Very Short Film, directed by Asja Trost; and documentaries Spreading the Seed by Ana Cerar, produced by Luksuz Production and Growing Up by Siniša Gačič and Dominik Mencej, produced by Zuhr Film, organised by Periskop at Sputnik Kino in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 23 November 2018
    Vid Drašler and Jošt Drašler perform with Serbian improviser Marina Džukljev at Izba in Novi Sad, Serbia
  • 24 November 2018 to 3 February 2019
    The installation aqua_forensic by Robertina Šebjanič and Gjino Šutić in the frame of the exhibition A World Without Us at Impact Center for Media Culture in Utrecht, Netherlands
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