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Three museums in Zagreb, Croatia, have returned artworks looted from a Jewish businessman, giving them to his grandson after court decisions that resolved a 70-year dispute and paved the way for the first reported Holocaust-era art restitution in Croatia.
The publication brings an overview of the main results and deliverables implemented during the last ten years, a look back over its history, an assessment of EU policies and programmes in the field of international cultural relations, and an open window on the future of international cultural relations incorporating a set of recommendations and identifying challenges and opportunities ahead for the sector.
Kultura Nova Foundation, along with the European Cultural Foundation and MitOst implemented the project "i-Portunus Houses – Kick-Start a Local Mobility Host Network for Artists & Cultural Professionals in All Creative Europe Countries", which carried out research on mobility in culture, the results of which have now been published in the publication titled " Slow Mobility: Scenario for the Future of Mobility in Culture" (translated).
With 12 partners, the Foundation started implementing a European project dedicated to cultural and creative industries in non-urban areas of the European Union.
Culture and Media Minister Nina Obuljen Koržinek has expressed her satisfaction with the pace of reconstruction of cultural heritage buildings following a devastating earthquake two years ago.
The Ministry of Culture and Media has granted support for the promotion of visual arts in the total amount of HRK 4.035 million (€533,000).