From Hava Nagila to Kutiman

When most of us think about music from Israel we tend to think of Hava Nagila…

The “Month of Egyptian Culture” in Belgrade

During July, the Embassy of Egypt in Belgrade organized the Month of Egyptian Culture in Serbia.

Dream Come True: 70 Years of Independence

Text: Žikica Milošević During the two thousand years of persecution and exile, Jews had always dreamed…

Algerian cultural days in Serbia

With the aim of strengthening friendship and cooperation between Algeria and Serbia, the Algerian cultural days…

The Electronic Revolution: How German DJ culture reshaped popular music

By Žikica Milošević Photo: Exit Festival, Promo, Getty Images We know that Germany has irreversibly changed…

Sober, neutral, conservative: Maybe graphic design really tells us all

Text: Žikica Milošević Have you ever tried to check the fonts called Swiss or Helvetica? Well,…

Louvre 2.0: Culture as Fuel for Economy

Text: Žikica Milošević Several weeks ago, the world was ‘shaken’ by good news. For a change.…

The Spirit of Gauls is a Phoenix

By: Žikica Milošević They say that there is a clear distinction between three great European nations…

VLADAN VUKOSAVLJEVIĆ, Culture and Information Minister: Globalization Imposes New Challenges in Culture

With the annual fund allocation for culture, which amounts to 0.68% of the state budget, Serbia…

North meets South in the plains: Multiculturality is a name of the game

By Žikica Milošević There are few places where multiethnicity and multiculturality are so omnipresent as here…

Qatari Culture – Arabic and maritime: Bedouins at the crossroads

Text: Žikica Milošević It is easy to say that Qatari culture is strongly influenced by traditional…

Red and gold – The ancient civilisation takes over once again

Text: Žikica Milošević The Chinese culture and civilisation could be one of the oldest and richest…