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Kultur: Sonstiges


AIR in Slowenien

Festivals in Slowenien

Infografik: Festivals in Slowenien



All festivals

Kommenden Festivals


Biennial of Slovene Book Illustration
The Biennial of Slovene Book Illustration has been organised since 1993 by Cankarjev dom Gallery in cooperation with the Illustration Section of the Union of Slovene Fine Arts Associations (ZDSLU) with the aim of promoting book illustration as a fine arts discipline. Site
Breka Fest
Breka Fest was launched in 2008 in the village of Srednja Bistrica as the only festival of its kind in Prekmurje, the northeast region of Slovenia. Site
Days of Comedy
Days of Comedy was launched by the Slovene People’s Theatre (SLG) Celje in 1992. Site
Days of Ethnographic Film
First introduced in 2007, the international Days of Ethnographic Film (DEF) are organised in a joint venture by the Slovene Ethnological Society, the Slovene Ethnographic Museum and the Scientific Research Centre (ZRC SAZU), Slovene Academy of Science and Arts. Site
Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance
Since 2003 the Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance has been a competitive contemporary dance festival whose name is a pun on the Slovene verb for moving (gibati) and a traditional Slovene pastry (gibanica), which varies from region to region. Site
HISTeRIA Festival
Though formally established and first held in 2011, HISTeRIA Festival actually dates back to 2003, when the musician, puppeteer, activist, actor, and director Matija Solce started organising the Etno Histria workshops. Site
International Feminist and Queer Festival Red Dawns
Launched in 2000 by a small group of women – members of associations KUD Mreža Arts and Culture Association, ŠKUC_LL, Monokel and Kasandra Lesbian-Feminist Association (now defunct), the International Feminist and Queer Festival Red Dawns takes place annually at Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone in Ljubljana. Site
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
Ljubljana International Short Film Festival
The Ljubljana International Short Film Festival (LISFF) (alternately called Transit Film Bazaar or Transit Short Film Festival) is both a firmly localised independent film festival held each March at Klub Gromka – and also a transitory, highly unconventional entity producing film presentations, screenings and festivals all around Europe. Site
Mardi Gras at Cerknica
Mardi Gras at Cerknica is one of the most popular and well known Mardi Gras (Pust) carnivals in Slovenia. Site
Launched and held from 2004 onwards in the coastal village of Marezige, MareziJazz is the biggest big band festival in Central Europe and the only one of its kind in Slovenia. Site
Mountain Film Festival
Dedicated to exploring and presenting various facets of mountain culture, the Mountain Film Festival got established in 2007. Site
Sonica International Festival of Transitory Art
Sonica is a festival of transitory, sound, and experimental art, conceived as a showcase of the annual programme of the MoTA Museum of Transitory Art. Site
TRESK Festival
TRESK Festival is an annual two-day music event co-organised by Radio Študent (RŠ) and Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture. Site
Transgenerations Festival of Youth Creativity
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
Urbano Dejanje
Urbano Dejanje or UD Festival was launched in Ljubljana in 2015. Site
World Literatures - Fabula Festival
The underlying concept of the World Literatures - Fabula Festival has been to promote readership and the culture of reading in Slovenia. Site



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