Kino Šiška

Back in the good old days and right up until the end of the eighties Kino Šiška was the “only” cinema that played movies. Nowadays, however, it is a unique venue for contemporary and urban creativity dedicated primarily to music, theatre, dance and experimental production, but it is also suitable for meetings, conferences and other related events. Kino Šiška is set over 2,468 square metres and stands out for its architectural and technological innovation, ranking it amongst the largest and most technically advanced venues of this kind in Europe.

The Švicarija Creative Centre operates as part of the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), a venue that is on the site of a former wooden guest house opened back in 1835. In 1909, architect Ciril Metod Koch designed and built the Tivoli Hotel on the same spot, which became a renowned gathering place for various artists and bohemians. After World War II many Slovenian artists made their working home in the building, a tradition that lives on until today…

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