- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- All Balkan Countries
This year's international art exhibition in Venice will see a number of interesting projects from the Balkans - and Kosovo will have its own pavilion for the first time.
The famous Belgrade theatre may have to scrap the word 'Yugoslav' from its name, fearing exclusion from a list of cultural institutions automatically entitled to Serbian state funding.
Movies from the Balkans have a significant presence at this year's international fim festival in Berlin, which opens on February 7.
A heritage commission has declined to loan the famous Sarajevo Haggadah to the New York Metropolitan Museum, although it currently lies locked up and unseen in a closed museum.
The city authorities have backed a campaign to honour a young Serb who won respect across the region when he died while saving his Bosniak friend’s life during the war.
An archive of medical documentation of victims of violence in Serbia, entitled the Museum of Violence, opens at the Belgrade Cultural Centre.
Two former army headquarters hit by NATO’s air strikes on Belgrade and preserved as monuments are in danger of collapse and could be sold off to investors.
The festival, under the logo "The Art of Touch", aims to present the works of around a thousand artists from about 40 countries around the world.
Zagreb wants to teach Europe about Croatian art, literature and cultural heritage before it joins the EU this year.
Lovers of the Bosnian National Museum marked its 125th birthday in Sarajevo in a forlorn mood, by laying flowers and lighting candles, as the iconic institution is closed.
This year’s Magnificent 7 documentary festival will soon be transporting Serbian filmgoers east to Bulgaria, up to Sweden and then down to Morocco, among other places.
A new exhibition in Skopje aims to highlight Macedonia's neglect of its cultural heritage - at a time when large sums of public money are being pumped into the 'Skopje 2014' project.
Belgrade has marked the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust with an exhibition of photographs and documents from a city prison camp.
The movie "Krugovi" ["Circles] by Serbian director Srdan Golubovic won the special jury prize for "artistic vision in the category of the world film" at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Croat archaeologists are thrilled by the discovery of the remains of a 12th-century church in the eastern city of Osijek.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…