A new exhibition of Technisches Museum in Vienna, Austria aims to reflect the pandemic on the basis of the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.
To motivate young people to develop ideas that support their neighbourhood, city or region, “wweeddoo” called for the best ideas and offers them financial support.
To continue to provide its readers with the latest news on culture and theatre, the French magazine LASCENE makes its articles available online free of charge.
Over the summer, the City of Vienna is organizing a cultural festival that takes place at 25 locations across the city.
Tallinn Music Week takes place as a hybrid event in order to allow larger groups attending while avoiding large gatherings.
Spain is testing their new security measures at airports and hotels with a group of German tourists before the official reopening its borders.
Lithuania’s capital Vilnius turns into a different country every summer weekend to provide residents and tourists with a variety of holiday experiences without leaving the city.
To display the beauty of the African landscape, Tintswalo Safari Lodge in South Africa has launched free virtual safaris.
The city of Essen set up a “Situation Centre Summer Holidays” with the aim to develop childcare, leisure activities and education for Essen’s children and young people for the 2020 summer holidays.
A new event format allows artists to perform on rafts on a lake with the audience listening on boats, surfboards and air mattresses.
Besiktas municipality provides children with colourful educational videos through its YouTube Channel to make social isolation more bearable.
To support children with oncological diseases to overcome the boredom during lockdown, the LAD project has created a virtual space for them to share stories, magic, and more.
Three museums in Gobrovo, Bulgaria go digital during the lockdown so art lovers can enjoy their collection from their homes.
To ease the loneliness during the lockdown, children painted pictures to be given to retirement home residents as Easter presents.
A project started by the Emilia Romagna region helps children to maintain relationships with each other and strengthens their imagination skills.
Fans of a German football club are replaced in the stadiums by cardboard cutouts. This project supports local businesses and charities.
The redeveloped online collection gives access to the museum’s historical objects in high definition.