View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Euronews Tech Talks
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
More about this topic
Unlucky for some: How many airlines skip row 13?
More about this topic
Rendez-Vous: The best of arts and culture
Find out what's happening in the world of art and culture this coming month, in the latest edition of Rendez-Vous!
Back-street style and old-world charm: What makes Tokyo so special?
“In Tokyo, you are free to be whatever you want to be, wherever you want to be." Find out why Japan's capital is the source of so much inspiration.
Leiji Matsumoto, manga creator of epic space sagas, dies aged 85
Matsumoto died of acute heart failure in a Tokyo hospital on Feb. 13, 2023, his office, Studio Leijisha, said.
Meet the Greek team studying and preserving traditional stonemasonry
The declining art form of stone masonry is being preserved and revived by a group of people in Greece.
London's Saatchi Gallery opens new street art exhibition
London's iconic Saatchi Gallery is hosting a brand new exhibition, designed to take over all of its three floors and showcase "the most comprehensive graffiti & street art exhibition to open in the UK."
German ballet boss suspended for rubbing 'dog poo' in critic's face
German police in the state of Hannover are investigating the ballet director after he was accused of smearing animal faeces into the face of critic who's review he disliked.
Watch: Lunar New Year celebrations in New York
No Comment brings you vivid pictures of the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in the Big Apple.
Inspire, explore and educate: A look at the world of Qatari literature
Euronews speaks to a Qatari author about writing and mental health, and takes a look at initiatives hoping to inspire reading in the country.
Cost of living crisis: Berlin paying young people to go clubbing
Berlin is introducing a new youth culture card - Which other European countries are launching similar initiatives to encourage young people to make the most of the cultural sector?
Montreux Comedy Festival comes to French ski resort Les Gets
Skiing and comedy combine to attract the British and French après ski crowd.
The Qatar National Library: Protecting civilisation's treasures
From the restoration of documents to the fight against smuggling, the QNL is a hub of expertise committed to preserving the region's documentary heritage
'What drives me is the unjustness': Idris Elba's food security fight
British actor Idris Elba has returned to World Economic Forum in a very different role.
'Genius guitar player' Jeff Beck dies aged 78
Variously described as legendary and the best ever - the English musician was hugely influential across several genres.
Profile: Brazil's new Culture Minister Margareth Menezes
After what some Brazilians called ‘a nightmare’ period, Margareth Menezes appointment as Culture Minister is for many a welcome breath of fresh air into a sector that's been neglected during Jair Bolsonaro's presidency.
Korean pop culture goes on display at London museum
An exhibition highlighting the rise of the worldwide influence of South Korean culture is on at the Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum in London.
Earth, Wind and Fire's iconic drummer Fred White dies aged 67
The multiple Grammy award winning musician was a founding member of the band which enjoyed global success during the 1970s and '80s with several soul and RnB hits.
Rendez-Vous: Must-see cultural events to begin 2023 on a high
We may be saying goodbye to 2022, but we are not saying goodbye to arts and culture! Here are some interesting expos to see across Europe next year.
Forged from fire: how swords shaped China and Europe's culture
For millennia swords have held deep cultural significance in both Asia and Europe. In this episode of Crossing Cultures, we head to Toledo in Spain and Longquan in China to meet the swordsmiths still forging in the ancient tradition.
Review of the Year: Music, art, and events that shaped 2022
Euronews looks back at what 2022 had in store for culture in Europe.
Sweden’s Ice Hotel reopens for the season
The famous Ice Hotel, located in the polar circle, is partially rebuilt every year with the help of architects and artists.