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In Residence Wien

Bisherige Gäste

1. bis 31. Juli 2014




28. September 2018, 21:15 Uhr Slovenian moMENTs @ Waves Vienna 2018 WUK Project Room, Währinger Straße 59, 1090 Wien



25.10.2018 19:30 Kolektiv ZIZ und Kud Transformator Spektakel, Hamburgerstrasse 14, 1050 Wien


Bildende Kunst

7. Dezember 2018, 19:00 Uhr Das Selbstporträt im Zeitalter der sozialen Medien Photon Gallery, Zieglergasse 34, 1070 Wien




Kultur: Sonstiges

28. September bis 7. Oktober 2018 an der Vienna Design Week 2018 Sozialmedizinisches Zentrum Sophienspital, Apollogasse 19, 1070 Wien


AIR in Slowenien

Festivals in Slowenien

Infografik: Festivals in Slowenien


All festivals

Kommenden Festivals


BOFF Bovec Outdoor Film Festival (28.12.2018-31.12.2018)
The BOFF Bovec Outdoor Film Festival has been going on since 2008, when it emerged out of a skiing and snowboarding competition. [Site]
Ljubljana International Short Film Festival (15.1.2019-18.1.2019)
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]
KOFF Koroška Outdoor Film Festival (18.1.2019-19.1.2019)
Set in a town in the northern Slovenian region of Koroška, the KOFF Koroška Outdoor Film Festival first took place in 2012. [Site]
Beavers Festival of Culture and Art Education (19.1.2019-9.2.2019)
In 2009 the Mladinsko Theatre initiated the Bobri (in English Beavers), the Ljubljana-based festival of children education in culture and the arts. [Site]
BUMfest International Percussion Festival (25.1.2019-28.1.2019)
As the name implies, the BUMfest International Percussion Festival is a rather specialised music festival. [Site]
Mountain Film Festival (18.2.2019-24.2.2019)
Dedicated to exploring and presenting various facets of mountain culture, the Mountain Film Festival got established in 2007. [Site]
Kurentovanje (23.2.2019-6.3.2019)
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]
Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance (27.2.2019-3.3.2019)
Held biannually since 2003 the Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance has been a competitive contemporary dance festival aimed at offering an overview of the most outstanding Slovene dance performances of the preceding two years. [Site]
Mardi Gras at Cerknica (28.2.2019-7.3.2019)
Mardi Gras at Cerknica is one of the most popular and well-known Mardi Gras (Pust) carnivals in Slovenia. [Site]
World Literatures - Fabula Festival (2.3.2019-10.3.2019)
The underlying concept of the World Literatures - Fabula Festival has been to promote readership and the culture of reading in Slovenia. [Site]
Days of Ethnographic Film (6.3.2019-10.3.2019)
First introduced in 2007, the international Days of Ethnographic Film (DEF) are organised in a joint venture by the Slovene Ethnological Society and the Scientific Research Centre (ZRC SAZU), Slovene Academy of Science and Arts. [Site]
International Feminist and Queer Festival Red Dawns (6.3.2019-11.3.2019)
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]
Days of Comedy (6.3.2019-18.3.2019)
Days of Comedy was launched by the Slovene People’s Theatre (SLG) Celje in 1992. [Site]
Week of Slovenian Drama (7.3.2019-8.4.2019)
Organised annually by the Prešeren Theatre Kranj since 1971, the prestigious theatre festival Week of Slovenian Drama presents the most successful performances based on a Slovene play or text and staged in the last season by Slovene theatres. [Site]
Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival (13.3.2019-21.3.2019)
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 (21.3.2019-24.3.2019)
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]
House of Tolerance Festival (21.3.2019-29.3.2019)
The House of Tolerance Festival, organised since 2015 by Mini Theatre and the Jewish Cultural Centre Ljubljana, is an annual cultural event that emphasises the urgency of carefully considered ethical social engagement. [Site]
Stories Today Festival (21.3.2019-31.3.2019)
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]
Biennial of Slovene Book Illustration (27.3.2019-20.5.2019)
The Biennial of Slovene Book Illustration has been organised since 1993 by Cankarjev dom Gallery in cooperation with the Illustration Section of the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies (ZDSLU) with the aim of promoting book illustration as a fine arts discipline. [Site]
Kinotrip (28.3.2019-31.3.2019)
Established in 2016, Kinotrip is at the same time a festival, a film club and a year long programme at Kinodvor Cinema. [Site]



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