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Kapelica Gallery

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Kapelica Gallery (1995) is one of the leading venues for contemporary investigative arts worldwide. With a programme which consists of spatial installations, performances, sound research and theoreticallyreflective lectures, Kapelica Gallery challenges scientific and technological applications, biopolitics and urban phenomena, addressing both professional and general public. Location: Ljubljana

Kazina Hall, Academy of Music

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Built between 1836 and 1838 in the Neo-classical style, Kazina (Casino Building) served as a social hub for the city of Ljubljana’s higher social classes. Renowned for its rich adornment, the first-floor hall is one of Ljubljana’s most celebrated interiors. Location: Ljubljana

KGB Club

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KGB Club monthly holds over fifteen performances and concerts. Location: Maribor

KGBL Hall - Ljubljana Music and Ballet Conservatory

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Tracing its origins back to 1919, Ljubljana Music and Ballet Conservatory has a long history. Recently relocated to a newly erected modern building, KGBL’s Hall provides the venue for concerts by secondary school students and guest artists. Location: Ljubljana

Kibla Multimedia Centre

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A non-governmental institution active in the segmented area of creative industries, interdisciplinary, intermedia and multimedia art, as well as visual and audio-visual arts, music, culture and informal education. Kibla also hosts music concerts. Location: Maribor (several locations)

Kino Šiška

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Built in 1961, Kino Šiška is one of the finest examples of modernist architecture. The building was designed by Slovenian architect Božidar Gvardjančič. It is positioned in the centre of a suburban neighbourhood, with the main facade overlooking Celovška Street. In 1962, the City of Ljubljana entrusted the running of the building to Ljubljanski kinematografi – Ljubljana Cinemas. The cinema screened films between 1964 and until the end of the 1980s, when attendance decreased, and the building was only available for various events and lectures. The cinema re-opened in 1994. With the arrival of the Kolosej multiplex in 2001, Kino Šiška and its 725-seat cinema were forced to cease operating for the second time. Since 2009, Kino Šiška has served as a main Slovenian institution specialised in contemporary music concerts and complementing visual and performing arts programmes. Location: Ljubljana

Kinogledališče Tolmin

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Kinogledališče Tolmin (Tolmin Movie Theatre) is the main event venue of the Upper Soča Valley region. It hosts a select cultural repertoire, including theatre season series and musical performances. The Kinogledališče building is managed by the Institute for Culture, Sports and Youth (Zavod KŠM Tolmin) of the Municipality of Tolmin. Location: Tolmin

KluBar

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Located in the town centre of Kranj, KluBar hosts a variety of projects and events, including parties and concerts aimed at all ages. Location: Kranj

KMKC Kompleks Youth Cultural Centre

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After years of efforts to formulate a consistent cultural, educational and entertainment programme in the Koroška (Carinthia) region, the Carinthian Youth Cultural Centre Kompleks was finally established several years ago by the Club of Carinthian Students. Kompleks includes a multi-purpose hall that seats 100 people and has 250 standing-room spaces. It can function as a concert venue, meeting room or a dance hall, TV studio and the like. Installed to improve music delivery and bring maximum enjoyment to both artists and listeners, the venue’s advanced sound system provides an enhanced experience to performers and concert-goers alike. Location: Ravne na Koroškem

Kočevje Cultural Centre

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Kočevje Cultural Centre is the main arts and culture venue of the Kočevje region. Featuring modern interior design and advanced technology, the centre’s broad array of music, theatre and film events caters to visitors of all ages. Location: Kočevje