UPGRADE program priority

Invisible Štiavnica
An interactive game with contemporary art in public spaces in the historical center of Banská Štiavnica.

Viva Musica
A unique concept of an open-air festival whose distinguishing factor can be summarized in just a few words: classic goes modern.

Support for publishing eight literary works by young Slovak authors up to 35 years of age
Peter Balko, Anna Kiliánová, Igor Tyšš, Michaela Rosová, Marcela Veselková, Margit Garajszki, Boris Brendza, Tomáš Ulej
PRO LIBRIS grant program

The first international contemporary circus festival in Slovakia. www.cirkulart.sk

Ilona Németh
Production of works of visual art for public spaces.

Lost Little Palestine + Komárno, city on the border

A guided tour of the lost Jewish past in Dunajská Streda and Komárno.

OUTREACH program priority

Bratislava Book Festival
Exhibition and sale of beautiful books from small and medium-sized publishers with Central European participation, www.brakfestival.sk

Support for Young Talent
Support for young artists, scientists and athletes in their efforts to create, study, do research and represent (Talents of a New Europe grant scheme) www.tne.sk

Support for the translation of 12 works of contemporary European literature into Slovak language


Central European Forum
Panel discussions with world-renowned figures held on the anniversary of the Velvet Revolution. www.ceeforum.eu

RIVER program priority

Within the RIVER program the CEF chiefly supports innovative projects related to the protection and use of the River Danube and its basin (including small infrastructure serving the public, landscaping elements).  We also wish to support arts and cultural initiatives that communicate the values related to and the potential of the river to wider public.

MOUNTAIN program priority

Within the MOUTAIN program the CEF essentially supports initiatives that aim to bridge urban and mountainous population and help increase the awareness of and sensitivity to issues related to the mountains and the values of the Carpathians among decision-making centres