Notte Bianca has become Valletta’s largest annual cultural event, a spectacular night-long celebration of culture and the arts. The capital’s streets and venues come alive with a programme of entertainment designed to hold something of appeal for everyone. Cultural venues, state palaces and museums open their doors all night, with many hosting art exhibitions, dance and theatre performances. Streets and squares become venues for concerts and food stalls, and cafés and restaurants open till late.
The European Creativity Festival, held in Barcelona in November, is an annual event celebrating excellence in visual communication, graphic design and new creative solutions – an opportunity to learn how creativity is changing the world. Its 3 days of conferences, workshops, awards and networking show that the use of creativity can lead to change, not only in the communication industry but in many other sectors. The festival hosts the ADC*E annual Best of European Design and Advertising awards.
Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow is the largest in the world presentation of contemporary Jewish Culture from Diaspora and Israel. It brings together Jews and non-Jews from all around the globe to celebrate diversity of Jewish culture and to learn respect and mutual understanding. 30,000 persons comes annually to the festival held in Kazimierz - a Jewish quarter of Krakow - in order to participate in more than 200 events within 9 days: concerts, DJ-parties, lectures, seminars, workshops, guided tours and various art projects: from photography to street art.