Break the Chain (BtC) is an annual two-days collective social awareness festival organized in Athens-Greece since 2015 by Locomotiva in cooperation with elculture.gr, the most significant cultural portal in Greece, under the initiative of the National Rapporteur on combating Human Trafficking.
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.
Łódź Design Festival is currently East-Central Europe’s most significant and internationally recognized design event. It presents different faces of design including industrial design, arts and crafts design, graphic design, architectural design and fashion design.
The Young Festival in Sibiu was born in 2015 out of the need to offer shows for all audiences that Gong Theatre works for: kids and teenagers. The festival continues its mission for almost 3 years now, with the help of guests from all over the world.
On October 10, 2017, EUROPALIA kicks off, this time with a festival about Indonesia. A country about which little is known in Europe beyond its associations with rijsttafels, peanut sauce and Balinese beaches.
Keroxen is a week-long artist meeting in El Tanque, an old oil depot converted into a cultural space in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Keroxen is not an art exhibition or music festival; it is not a cultural product to be consumed by passively sitting on a stool.