European award goes to Slovakia

THE SLOVAK non-profit organisation Truc sphérique won the Enlargement of Minds Anniversary Grant, distributed by the European Cultural Foundation Amsterdam, on April 24, for its Station Žilina-Záriečie project - a reconstruction of a railway station into an art centre. The organisation was granted Sk800,000 (€20,000).

THE SLOVAK non-profit organisation Truc sphérique won the Enlargement of Minds Anniversary Grant, distributed by the European Cultural Foundation Amsterdam, on April 24, for its Station Žilina-Záriečie project - a reconstruction of a railway station into an art centre. The organisation was granted Sk800,000 (€20,000).

The European Cultural Foundation awards this grant to non-profit organisations that significantly enhance cross-cultural artistic cooperation between EU regions and new members. During its 50 years it has supported hundreds of art projects across Europe.

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