Established in 2000, SCCA-Ljubljana, Centre for Contemporary Arts (a successor to the Soros Centre for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana, 1993–1999) is a generator of innovative programmes and services that facilitate artistic and interpretative practices. Its diverse activities address artists, curators, theorists, and critics in the fields of visual and new media arts. They trigger artistic, discursive and social practices and are rooted in the interdisciplinary approach and intense international cooperation. SCCA-Ljubljana divides its programme into four complementary areas: projects, video/archive, school and services.
SCCA-Ljubljana is a member of: CAE (Culture Action Europe), Brussels; IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art), Luxemburg; Anna Lindh Foundation, Alexandria; Asociacija (Association of Independent Artists and Organisations in the Field of Culture in Slovenia), Ljubljana, InSEEcp (Informal SEE Network of Cultural Portals), On-the-Move (cultural information network), Cultural Quarter Tabor (the association of organisations from the neighborhood Tabor in Ljubljana).