The exhibition represents artworks of Serbian as well as foreign artists from different epochs, painted in different techniques and collected with the intention of making the viewer think about the phenomena and values, on which the European civilization was built.
The European Union Office in Kosovo/EU Special Representative and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched the EU funded “Inter-Community Dialogue through Inclusive Cultural Heritage Preservation” project on 12 July, at the Lumbardhi Cinema in Prizren.
This year, “European Film Days 2018" is part of the celebration of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. 16 European films will be shown to the Montenegrin public as the finest representations of European culture.
The town of Bač shows influences of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Byzantine, Islamic and Baroque styles, along with examples of vernacular architecture. The built heritage pays testimony to the cultural diversity of the area, linking the Balkans with Central and Western Europe.
Creative Europe Forum, a traditional event hosted by the Creative Europe Desk Serbia, officially opened on 20 June at the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment in Belgrade. It is the fourth consecutive Forum organised by the Creative Europe Desk Serbia.