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Format: 17/07/2018
Format: 17/07/2018

Design, Applied arts

Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow

22 June, 2018

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.

L'Isola delle Storie_Festival Letterario della Sardegna - Gavoi

28 June, 2018

Sardinia, placed at the heart of the Mediterranean area, gives residency to an international literary festival which has established itself as one of the most prominent in the region, L’Isola delle Storie.

Malta Arts Festival

29 June, 2018

The Malta Arts Festival is the highlight of Malta’s cultural calendar and runs throughout July.

Walk&Talk Azores – Arts Festival

29 June, 2018

Walk&Talk is an annual arts festival that stimulates creation in the specific cultural and geographic context of the Azores.

Lost Theory festival

Lost Theory festival

1 July, 2018

International music and art festival . Electronic music like goa, trance, dub, reggae . The festival is a 10 days international gattering arround art, music , lecture, workshops and permaculture courses.

Ohrid Summer Festival

Ohrid Summer Festival

12 July, 2018

It is most known festival not only in Macedonia but aslo worldwide.The beginning of the festival happened on the remote year 1961 midsummer - on august 4th with the performance of the opera singer Ana Lipsha Tofovic.

Aura Festival

2 August, 2018

The Aura Festival is an invitation to discover the inexplicable Sintra, a journey through time and space for fictions and stories linked to the night and the cultural landscape.

Ars Sacra Festival

15 September, 2018

Ars Sacra Festival presents the roots of European culture connected to the common Christian-Jewish cultural heritage. With the aid of art the festival illustrates the values of beauty, goodness and truth. „Don't be afraid!" (Jer 42:11) This is the motto of the 11. Ars Sacra Festival.

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