Rijeka 2020 is organising a two-day seminar on the topic of marketing and communication
Read short interview with Stanislava Tasheva, Projects and Programs Manager of Plovdiv 2019 European Capital of Culture
At its 28th session held on 23 June 2016, The Government of the Republic of Croatia formally accepted the Final Report of the Panel of independent experts for the selection of the European Capital of Culture.
Hanging out with Robin Rimbaud – Scanner, Jack James and Hakan Lidbo at Mali salon.
All the flavours of Rijeka 2020
The finalists of the Croatian competition for the title of European Capital of Culture 2020 (Dubrovnik, Osijek, Pula and Rijeka) have submitted their supplemented bid books, which marks the beginning of the final stage of the election for Croatian ECoC.
The Centre for Industrial Heritage was formed in 2013 as a constitutional unit of the University of Rijeka, with two basic objectives: valorising and appropriately presenting cultural heritage in an interactive and multimedia-based way.