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Dr Nele Karajlić, musician and writer

Bosnia of Two Parallel Worlds

In his early youth, music served as his temporary refuge until he completed university. It was only when, on the eve of the outbreak...

French Embassy and Institute in Serbia Launch ‘Rhythm of French Culture’ Event Series

The French Embassy and the French Institute in Serbia are organising an event called Rhythm of French Culture. This year, as Paris hosts the Olympic...

1938 Superman Comic Sold for Record $6 Million

A 1938 comic book featuring the first appearance of Superman was sold for a record $6 million to...

7th Finnish Film Week Opens with Award-Winning ‘Family Lunch’

The 7th Finnish Film Week was launched on 11th April, at the Belgrade Cultural Centre Hall with the...

Putin Hosts Kusturica in Kremlin Conclave

In a recent Kremlin rendezvous, Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed the Serbian cinematic maestro Emir Kusturica, engaging in...

Miloš Šobajić, painter and sculptor

Surrealism and Expressionism in Serbian Art

Delving into the life and legacy of Miloš Šobajić: The Serbian artist who blended surrealism and expressionism to...

Irina Subotić, art historian

Culture Culture has Failed the Test

She has been a curator at two of Serbia’s largest museums, holds the title of professor emeritus and...

Zrenjanin Crowned Serbia’s Cultural Capital for 2025

In a ceremony held at the Serbian government, Zrenjanin was officially designated as Serbia's Cultural Capital for 2025....

Sagrada Familia Completion Set for 2026

The Sagrada Familia, Barcelona's most iconic church, is slated for completion in 2026, over 140 years since its...

The 71st Edition of the Martovski Festival –  Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival

The 71st Edition of the Martovski Festival -  Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival, a permanent event of...

Slobodan Šnajder, writer and publicist

I Think Better of Tito Today Than I Did Back Then

He is among the greatest wizards of the written word, having authored plays and novels that have made...

Irish Play “King” on the Stage of Bitef Theatre on March 14th and 15th

As part of the 12th Belgrade Irish Festival, taking place from March 8 to 18, this year the...

Serbia and Angola Cement Cultural Bonds with New Cooperation Programme

Serbia and Angola have inked a Cultural Cooperation Programme set to span from 2024 to 2026, as announced...

Serbia Awards Distinctions to Notable Personalities on National Day

In a ceremonial tribute to Serbia's National Day, President Aleksandar Vučić presented awards to a host of esteemed...

Jim Sheridan opens the Belgrade Irish Festival in March

The Belgrade Irish Festival (BIF), an event that traditionally showcases the art and culture of Ireland to the...

Belgrade Welcomes Paja Jovanović’s “Rest of the Bashibazouk”

Belgrade's cultural scene celebrates the arrival of "Rest of the Bashibazouk," a notable work by Paja Jovanović, following...

Branko Miljković, 1934-1961. By Dejan Stojiljković

Fire That Burns Eternal

If he were alive today, prince of poets Branko Miljković would have turned 90 at the end of...

Ljubljana Castle Unveils Final Renovation: A New Cultural Epoch

Ljubljana Castle's final renovation phase brings a historic transformation, making it a cultural beacon Ljubljana Castle, a historic emblem...

Lana Zorjan, 16, Earns Global Recognition as Top Young Classical Artist

Sixteen-year-old violinist Lana Zorjan from Serbia has been honored with the 2024 International Classical Music Award - Discovery...

European Heritage Hub launches Small Grant Scheme for heritage projects in EU neighbouring countries

Grants of between 2,000 and 50,000 EUR will be awarded to civil-society-led heritage projects, with a special focus...

17th Kustendorf Film Festival Launches, Celebrating Global Cinema

The 17th Kustendorf Film Festival, an international cinematic event, has commenced in Mokra Gora, embracing the theme "Not...

Serbia Unveils Hitler’s WWII Directive: Historic Document on Display

Director of the Museum of Genocide Victims, Dejan Ristić, has received from Prime Minister Ana Brnabić the original...

Vinyl Record Sales in the UK Reach Highest Level Since 1990

Vinyl record sales in the UK have reached their highest level since 1990, with cassette sales also performing...

Vlach Embroidery Recognised as Serbia’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

The National Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage, on December 21st, added six new elements to Serbia's National Register...

Cecilia Bartoli, World-renowned Opera Singer, President of Europa Nostra

Culture Must Be Placed at the Heart of Europe

We cannot talk about our common heritage without exerting greater effort to make sure future generations are aware...

Olja Ivanjicki, Serbian Painter and Sculptor

The Visionary Fusion of Art and Cosmos

Olja Ivanjicki’s Artistic Mastery - A Fusion of Mythology, Surrealism, and Abstract Expressionism In the annals of Serbian art,...

Centenary of the Birth of Mira Trailović

Lady Was Her Name

When famous playwright Eugène Ionesco was asked, back in 1971, what he’d seen in Belgrade, he responded: “Mira...

Tomislav ‘Toma’ Garevski, Architect

From Čubura to Paris and international Success

He held the title of the most successful Belgrade architect in Paris for decades. He has designed hundreds...

Century-Old Rembrandt Portraits Uncovered in the Netherlands

Two small 17th-century Rembrandt portraits are now exhibited in the Dutch National Museum of Art and History, after...

Triumphal Arch of Emperor Caracalla Discovered at Viminacium

An investigative team, comprising Dr. Saša Redžić, Dr. Ilija Danković, Dr. Mladen Jovičić, and Dr. Angelina Raičković, along...

Nadežda Petrovic: Serbia’s Artistic Vanguard

Nadežda Petrović was a revered Serbian expressionist painter. A champion of women’s rights and a key figure in...

Zoran Hamovic, founder of the publishing house CLIO

The Power of the Book is in Advancing Mind!

It was precisely 33 years ago that he founded CLIO, which is today among the oldest private publishing...

Zoran Andjelković Ascends to Directorship of Serbian Post

Zoran Andjelković has been appointed as the new acting director of Pošta Srbije (Serbian Post), as announced in the...

Business Event Hosts Serbian Employment Service Presentation

In Belgrade on the 15th of May, the Slovenian Business Club, in collaboration with the National Employment Service of...

Golubac Marks Milestone with Inauguration of Eastern Serbia’s First Wind Farm

In a significant development for Serbia's renewable energy sector, Golubac celebrated the grand opening of the "Krivača" wind farm,...

Conference “Thinking Green & Living Clean” Held

On Wednesday, 15 May, the "Thinking Green & Living Clean" conference took place at the Sava Center, marking the...

Serbia and Albania Witness Significant Trade Surge, Reaching 311.4 Million Euros in 2023

Serbia and Albania saw a notable boost in trade exchange, hitting 311.4 million euros in 2023, an 8% increase...