The Mikkeli Amateur Theatre Festival is the largest of its kind in Finland and takes place annually over 3 days in late January. Each year between 10 and 15 Finnish and up to 3 foreign theatre groups are selected to participate in the free entry festival.
Beeld voor Beeld – “Image by Image” – is a documentary film festival concerned with cultural diversity. Rooted in visual anthropology, the festival screens documentaries on various subcultures, with discussions and seminars.
The Karlovac Dance Festival offers a forum to collaborate and share dance knowledge to foster the development of contemporary dance in Karlovac. The project aims to support and enrich social, cultural, creative and educational values in order to inspire people in different ways through dance.
BIG BANG is an adventurous music festival for young audiences (4–12 years) created by Belgium’s Zonzo Compagnie. In 9 major European cultural centres venues are transformed into a musical labyrinth for a colourful programme of concerts, installations and workshops.
The city of Subotica has one of the longest traditions of nurturing culture in this part of Europe. ELECTE Subotica plays a key role in complementing and supporting the regional artistic scene by making music more accessible to the public with a balanced programme of high quality concerts.
The Gozo-based springtime music festival Gaulitana, now in its 9th edition, consists of over 20 events in various genres – from opera to chamber, sacred to secular, instrumental to vocal, jazz to folk.
SICK! Festival confronts the challenges of life and death and how we survive them (or don’t). The festival bears witness to the physical, mental and social realities of our lives, shining a light on urgent issues that often remain misunderstood or taboo.