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The ancient Croatian Cyrillic alphabet, long since displaced by Latin, is to be memorialised in rock along the main highway from Split in Dalmatia to Mostar in Bosnia.
Sergiu Nicolaescu, a prolific Romanian director known for his historical epics who also served as a Senator, has died aged 82.
Several quality concerts by local and international musicians await classical and jazz fans, including performances of 2CELLOS, Stefan Milenkovic, Aleksey Igudesman and Richard Hyng-ki Joo.
An adaptation of Sophocles’ classic play Antigone will premiere in Belgrade December 30 at the Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozoriste (JDP).
Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov has called for EU funding of at least 600m euro for cultural projects in the 2014-2020 programming period.
Civil society and officials issue rebuke as Pristina football group claims responsibility for attack on launch event for Kosovo 2.0 magazine focusing on LGBT issues.
A festival of 20th-century Japanese movies will be shown at the Museum of Yugoslav Archives under the slogan, ‘Japanese Chronology of Love’.
The Yugoslav Drama Theatre, JDP, prepared the premiere of a drama classic for December.
A series of concerts by Serbian musicians, under the name Lasciar Vibrare, brings the spirit of contemporary classical music to Studentski grad Cultural Centre.
After the Ministry of Economy of the Sarajevo Canton has promised to financially suport it, the gallery CEka Charlama has opened to public and artists again.
Festival’s third edition brings Roma into focus through cinema.
Art and education should be used to bring about reconciliation in the region of the former Yugoslavia, a Sarajevo round table heard.
The Ceka Charlama gallery was padlocked shut on Tuesday, following a decision of the Skenderija Center management, where it is located, to terminate their contract.
A fire that broke out in the National Theatre of Serbia was quickly extinguished by fire-fighters, however the extent of damage is still unknown.
Flamenco dancer La Sali, who made her first steps in Belgrade, comes back to the Serbian capital to present flamenco show based on the poem Cafe Cantante by Federico Garcia Lorca.
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…