History of ICF

Learn about the history of the festival

Application form

for the 57th International Children's Festival in Šibenik - Croatia. The application form is in .doc file.

57-th ICF propositions

Terms under which shows and programs for the 57th ICF, Šibenik-Croatia should be applied
Call for participation at the 57th International Children's Festival in Šibenik - Croatia

The applications have been opened for the 57th International Children’s Festival in Šibenik – Croatia, which will take place from 17th June to 1st July, 2017. Croatian and international theatres, ensembles, art organizations, associations or individual artists, have the right to apply.
Terms under which shows and programs for the 57th International Children’s Festival, Šibenik-Croatia should be applied, are defined with 57th ICF PROPOSITIONS.
Please send your application to the following email address: ivanabadzim@gmail.com no later than 31st December 2106.

The application form in .doc format is available to download here.

Program booklet of 56. ICF

Download the program booklet 56. ICF in PDF format, file size 5.6 MB

About ICF

Here, on the flagstones of the oldest city built by the Croats, the cultural history of Croatia and Europe was built over centuries. The paintings of Juraj Čulinović, the multidisciplinary geniuses of Antun and Faust Vrančić, the architectural mastery of Juraj of Dalmatia, the author of the St. James cathedral’s stone poetry just to mention the most distinguished give Šibenik a safe anchorage in the cultural sea of Croatia and Europe. Šibenik has always had leanings towards music, song and the performing arts.

The theatre tradition in Šibenik started 130 years ago, on January 29, 1870, when the theatre building was inaugurated. It makes the theatre, after the one in the town of Hvar on the island of the same name, the oldest theatre in Croatia. That’s where the Croatian language was spoken and defended from those who wanted not only to conquer but to subjugate Šibenik and Dalmatia. Nevertheless, the most distinctive trait of the cultural scene in Šibenik, and its trademark of a kind, is the International Children’s Festival — internationally recognised Croatian cultural event, unique in the world for four decades. The first festival was held in 1958, the result of the initiative and efforts of several children arts enthusiasts, but it quickly turned into a big, complex, internationally important festival and stage mechanism, founded on three elements — children, the festival and the city. It is certainly a multidisciplinary

ICF Šibenik . Croatia
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