Infografik: Festivals in Slowenien

 

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U3 Triennial of Contemporary Slovene Arts (15.10.2019-1.1.2020)
The U3 Triennial of Contemporary Slovene Arts was established in 1994 by the Moderna galerija with the aim to provide a periodic overview of the current situation in contemporary Slovene art through the subjective eye of a curator/selector, drawing attention to works which are, according to the selector, the best and closest to the sensibility of the time. [Site]
Stična Festival (15.11.2019-8.12.2019)
The Stična Festival was established in 2000 as an annual autumn festival of evening musical, theatre, and visual arts events in Stična. [Site]
BOFF Bovec Outdoor Film Festival (28.12.2019-31.12.2019)
The BOFF Bovec Outdoor Film Festival has been going on since 2008, when it emerged out of a skiing and snowboarding competition. [Site]
U3 Triennial of Contemporary Slovene Arts (1.1.2020-16.1.2020)
The U3 Triennial of Contemporary Slovene Arts was established in 1994 by the Moderna galerija with the aim to provide a periodic overview of the current situation in contemporary Slovene art through the subjective eye of a curator/selector, drawing attention to works which are, according to the selector, the best and closest to the sensibility of the time. [Site]
Festival of European and Mediterranean Film (29.1.2020-2.2.2020)
The Festival of European and Mediterranean Film presents a selection of contemporary cinema productions from all over Europe and the surrounding Mediterranean regions. [Site]
Kurentovanje (15.2.2020-26.2.2020)
The masked rite of spring known as Kurentovanje is held since 1961, every February for 10 days up to Shrove Tuesday and is the most popular Mardi Gras celebration in Slovenia; most of the festivities are centred in and around Ptuj, Slovenia's oldest town, which has hosted Kurentovanje for around five decades. [Site]
Mountain Film Festival (24.2.2020-29.2.2020)
Dedicated to exploring and presenting various facets of mountain culture, the Mountain Film Festival got established in 2007. [Site]
Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival (11.3.2020-19.3.2020)
In 1994 a section for documentaries was introduced at the Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe) and it immediately received a great response from the audience. [Site]
Sound Disobedience (19.3.2020-22.3.2020)
Launched in 2012, the music series Sound Disobedience (in Slovenian, Neposlušno) describes its creed as an aim to facilitate conditions for music risk-taking and improvisation. [Site]
Stories Today Festival (21.3.2020-30.3.2020)
The successor of the Fairy Tale Marathon, which was conceived by writer and storyteller Anja Štefan and held for the first time in 1998, the Stories Today Festival hosts a wide array of Slovene and foreign storytellers who deliver tales hailing from the folklore of various peoples and regions. [Site]
Transgenerations Festival of Youth Creativity (30.3.2020-7.4.2020)
Launched in 1984, this annual multimedia festival comprehensively presents the best Slovene secondary school art productions in the field of theatre, dance, video, photography, design, fine arts, rock music, and literature, which relate to social, existential, political, ecological, and identity issues of youth at the beginning of the new millennium. [Site]
Slovene Music Days (15.4.2020-24.4.2020)
The programme of Slovene Music Days, existing since 1985, is divided into two main parts: an international musicological symposium and concerts of contemporary Slovene music. [Site]
Druga godba Festival (13.5.2020-17.5.2020)
Druga godba Festival is nowadays a major Slovene international world music festival. [Site]
Lighting Guerrilla Festival (14.5.2020-14.6.2020)
First held in 2008, the Lighting Guerrilla is a quite special festival that explores, elaborates and sheds light on the myriad relations between light, the public space and the 'confines' of the gallery walls. [Site]
Jazz Cerkno Festival (21.5.2020-24.5.2020)
Launched in 1996 Jazz Cerkno Festival is an annual international music festival organised by Jazz Cerkno Institute. [Site]
Jurjevanje in Bela krajina (17.6.2020-22.6.2020)
Launched in 1964 and held in the town Črnomelj in the southern region of Slovenia, the Jurjevanje in Bela krajina is the oldest folklore festival in Slovenia. [Site]
MetalDays (26.7.2020-2.8.2020)
Though the first edition of the international metal music festival MetalDays was held in 2013, the festival actually goes back to 2004, as it is in all but name a continuation of the legendary Metalcamp. [Site]
Punk Rock Holiday (11.8.2020-15.8.2020)
Punk Rock Holiday, first held in 2011, is exactly what the name promises, bringing forward 4 days of various punk rock performances. [Site]
Naked Stage International Improvisational Theatre Festival (24.11.2020-30.11.2020)
Launched in 2002 by KUD France Prešeren Arts and Culture Association and the Improvisation Society of Slovenia, the Naked Stage International Improvisational Theatre Festival presents a selection of representative performances of the impro theatres round the world. [Site]