Infografik: Festivals in Slowenien

 

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Animateka International Animated Film Festival
Animateka International Animated Film Festival is a specialised competitive festival which focuses on Central and East European animated film production. Site
Brumen Biennial of Slovenian Design
The first Brumen Biennial of Slovenian Design was organised by the Brumen Foundation in November 2003 at the National Gallery of Slovenia in Ljubljana. Site
DokuBazaar, Ljubljana Independent Documentary Film Festival
DokuBazaar, Ljubljana Independent Documentary Film Festival is a transnational independent documentary film festival which took off in 2009. Site
Festival of Independent Film
The Festival of Independent Film was established in 2009 in Domžale by the cultural associations CUT! Site
Independent Biennial
The Independent Biennial, originally named as the Slovenian Independent Illustrators' Biennial, was established in 2007. Site
International Ceramics Triennial Unicum
The first International Ceramics Triennial Unicum kicked off in 2009 with the central exhibition in the National Museum of Slovenia. Site
Jazz Cerkno Festival
Launched in 1996 Jazz Cerkno Festival is an annual international music festival organised by Jazz Cerkno Institute. Site
KIBLIX Festival
Launched in 2002 by KIBLA Multimedia Centre in collaboration with the Linux Users Group of Slovenia Association (LUGOS, established in 1997), the international open code KIBLIX Linux IT Festival was developed out of the so-called Linux Install Fest (LIFe), established in 1999. Site
Ljubljana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
The Ljubljana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (LGBT Film Festival) is a specialised non-competitive film festival focusing on international gay and lesbian cinema. Site
Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe)
Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe) was launched in 1989 as the Film Art Festival Ljubljana. Site
May Salon
The May Salon is organised by the Union of Slovene Fine Arts Associations (ZDSLU), its origins going back to the Slovene artists exhibition in June 1909 that took place in the Jakopič Pavillion. Site
Month of Design
The Month of Design is an annual event held in the city of Ljubljana every autumn for the whole month from October till November. [ Site]
Mountain Film Festival
Dedicated to exploring and presenting various facets of mountain culture, the Mountain Film Festival got established in 2007. Site
Naša pesem Choir Competition
Launched in 1989 by the Maribor branch office of the Public Fund for Cultural Activities, the Naša pesem ("Our song") Choir Competition is a national event held first annually with the support of the Municipality of Maribor. Site
Piran Days of Architecture
Organised by Obalne galerije - Coastal Galleries and, as of recently, also the DESSA Architecture Centre, the international conference Piran Days of Architecture has been going on annually since 1983. Site
Pixxelpoint International Festival of Contemporary Art Practices
The Pixxelpoint International Festival of Contemporary Art Practices, organised by Nova Gorica Arts Centre, was launched in 2000. Site
Seviqc Brežice Festival
The Seviqc Brežice Festival was established in 1982 by Ars Ramovš, who is the founder, organiser and producer of the annual event. Site
Slovene Choirs Meeting in Šentvid, Stična
The traditional annual June meeting of Slovene choirs from Slovenia as well as from neighbouring countries – also known as the Šentviški pevski tabor – is one of the largest singing events in Europe, involving the participation of up to 250 choirs and around 5,000 vocalists. Site
Slowind Festival
Founded in 1999 and mainly taking place at the Slovene Philharmonic, the Slowind Festival is the main Slovene occasion for modern and contemporary composed music, featuring chamber and electro-acoustic works as well as pieces for bigger ensembles. Site
Strictly Analog Festival
Set up by the Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory in 2013 , the Ljubljana-based Strictly Analog Festival is an emanation of the Strictly Analog Studio network. Site