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Kristian Al-Droubi Presented His New Book ‘Trapped in India’

Novi Sad performer Kristian Al-Droubi presented his new diary about his ‘captivity’ in India to the audience in the Egység Cultural Station. The audience, together...

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Workshops in Egység Start Again

After a short holiday break, free educational workshops will be implemented again in The ‘Egység’ Cultural Station. In cooperation with Cultural Centre of Novi Sad,...

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‘In Honour of Beethoven’ Concert at Doček 7529

Two exceptional Novi Sad artists – Agota Vitkai Kučera, an opera diva and Jelena Simonović Kovačević, a multi-award-winning pianist, will organize a stunning concert within...

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Lana Zorjan at Doček 7529: I miss the audience, but this way more people will have a chance to see the performance

Doček 7529 will present new spaces for culture on the Visit Novi Sad online platform on 13 January, including the first cultural station opened in...

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The ‘Erotica in Art’ Exhibition Opened

The ‘Erotica in Art’ exhibition was opened in the Egység Cultural Station on Monday, 16 November, and it will last until Friday, 20 November. The...

Erotica in Art

Garage Boys: The ‘Bunker Fest’ Ended

During the weekend, the Egység Cultural Station audience had an opportunity to enjoy the 16th edition of ‘Bunker Fest’ titled ‘Garage Boys’. The festival is...

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The ‘Blind Paintings’ - Exhibition by Nikoleta Mihnjak

Nikoleta Mihnjak’s life is a story about success. She can’t walk, she has been blind for more than two years, but she paints and teaches...

ćorave slike nikoleta mihnjak

Andrej Balaž Solo Concert

Andrej Balaž, a second-year violin student in the class of Professor Florijan Balaž, held a concert in the Egység Cultural Station last weekend. The young...

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Ljiljana Lišković: After More Than Two Centuries Beethoven Is Among Us, Here And Now

‘After more than two centuries Beethoven is among us, here and now. One of the biggest musical geniuses of our civilisation is at the same...

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Gaga/dancers Class in the Egység Cultural Station

Gaga is the movement language developed by Ohad Naharin throughout many years, working as a choreographer and the artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company. Gaga...

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Making-of 'Dead Capital', the First Documentary by Ivana Janošev

Implementation of the ‘Dead Capital’ project by Ivana Janošev, which includes a screening of a short documentary film and a workshop dedicated to the creation...

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Saxophone Through Romanticism, Impressionism and Contemporary Art

The ‘Saxophone Through Music Epochs’ concert, whose main idea is to present an atypical instrument in the form of a typical recital and bring it...

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Gabriela Sigeti: Ceramic Art Is Not for the Afraid

The ‘Contemporary Painting on Ceramics’ project that connects the skills of old craft and contemporary artistic expression, will be implemented in the Egység Cultural Station,...

savremena slika u keramici gabriela sigeti


Novi Sad holds the prestigious title of the European Capital of Culture and is one of the first cities outside the European Union to have won the title.

Egység Cultural Station

The story about Egység dates back to 1890, when the famous architect György Molnar designed it on the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Shooting Association. After that, an excited and unexpected life of this place was born.

The Shooting Association, one of the first associations of citizens, was formed in Egység. The first craft-industrial exhibition, today known as Novi Sad fair, was held there.

Many citizens learned their first dancing steps here, some of them enjoyed basketball games, and all of them created memorable stories together.

After the World War II, Egység was abandoned and neglected so much it continued to deteriorate in the years to come, being almost demolished by the end of the 20th century. It displayed its glory again in 2012, when it was fully renovated.
After Novi Sad won the European Capital of Culture title, the city assigned the management of Egység to the ‘Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation, thus this place became the first cultural station of Novi Sad.

Cultural Content Factory.

Symbol of industrial heritage of Novi Sad continues with production, but this time producing creative and cultural content.

Place for Cultural Stories.

Former place of the first sports association in the region is now the meeting place – the place for dancing, literature, workshops and education.

Culture on

Mobile cultural station revives the neighbourhoods of Novi Sad. It brings various artistic and cultural content to the suburbs and parts of the city that are further away from the city centre.

Cultural Oasis Within City Reach.

Blend of the cultural heritage of the former Cultural Centre and contemporary processes in culture, ecology and sports represent the identity of this new cultural station.

Where Culture Grows.

The new cultural station belongs to the former working area, at the place of the former pasta factory, with the programmes designed for children.

Tradition and Modern Creation.

In the authentic Vojvodina suburb next to Novi Sad, there is the Rumenka Cultural Station which continues and improves the work done so far in the Rumenka Cultural Centre.

The Centre of Youth Creativity.

New place for culture which emerged from the legacy of industrial development of Novi Sad at the place of old factories and industrial zone of the city, the former Great Liman.


Creative district
21000 Novi Sad

Barka. (Soon)
Culture on the Outskirts of the City.

Located on the outskirts of the city, near Slana Bara, Vidovdansko naselje and Klisa, the Bukovac Cultural Station is the new place for culture in Novi Sad, and is becoming the new centre of events in the city.