The second Kaleidoscope of Culture, held from 24 August until 30 September 2019, included 400 programmes on about 80 locations. The reveal of the ‘Q’ sculpture at the plateau in front of the Svilara Cultural Station marked its end.

The sculpture was carved out of the marble from Aranđelovac, the most known marble in this region, thanks to the cooperation with ‘Marble and Sounds’ Art Parade. Four artists, representatives of the European capitals of culture, worked on the sculpture: sculptor Luka Kulić and graphic artists Danilo Vuksanović from Serbia, sculptor Ljuba De Karina from Rijeka and painter Ciprian Hopirtean from Timișoara.

The ‘Novi Sad Gate’ raised the question of architecture at the beginning of ‘Kaleidoscope’ in the Suburbium of the Petrovaradin Fortress, which drew the attention to one of the most important infrastructural projects during the preparation of Novi Sad for 2021.

The Kaleidsocope was featured by the ‘Filmharmony’, which connected film and music, Charlie Chaplin and Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra in the Unification Park, ‘Korzo’, a unique concert of classical music in the open, the event that closed one of the main traffic roads in Novi Sad.

The Railway Station was revived through performing and visual art, within the exhibition of Swiss design entitled ‘Swiss Style Now’, and with the performance of the winner of 14th Prague Quadrennial ‘This Building Truly Talks’, who performed eight times during three days.