The FSK mission is to nerve the creativity of Slavic cultures.
The Foundation’s basic purpose is to connect Slavic cultures and give them presence in today’s global social arena. The Forum of Slavic Cultures connects and represents Slavic culture, science and arts, their creative charge and heritage, while investing its efforts in bringing the recognizable contribution of Slavic cultures to the global dialogue.
In the summer you are also invited to visit Hribar's Villa Zlatica (Cesta 27. aprila 47 / Ljubljana) In July, the villa doors are open on Tuesdays from 10:00 to 13:00, Fridays from 15:00 to 18:00 and Saturdays from 14:00 to 18:00.
For guide tours and information, write to email@example.com or call 08 2052 800 or
040 835 775.
Welcome in Villa Zlatica
The novels of the most eloquent Slavic writers are waiting for you. As the Slovenian writer Drago Jančar says:"There is no better way to understand each other than reading books. I myself have discovered some excellent novels in this collection that have broadened my literary and all sorts of horizons.”
Ivan Hribar and Slavic World, Villa Zlatica
The temporary exhibition will tell the story of Hribar’s idea of Slavism in the 19th century and juxtaposes it to the mission of the FSK, which this international foundation pursues in the 21st century. As they walk the paths that Hribar took as he was discovering the differences and similarities between Slavic nations, visitors will be able to observe the development of cultural cooperation between Slavic speaking countries.
Forum of Slavic Cultures is aware of societal needs and promotes social responsibility. In line with their efforts towards sustainable development and circular economy they donated the furniture they no longer needed after moving to the new premises to Zavod Knof from Krško.
For the second time in a row, the FSK was a partner of the Slavic Garden programme at the Pula Book Fair. At the poetry evening entitled My Goal is – Horizon, which took place outdoors, visitors were able to listen to the poetry of five poets from the Slavic world in the dramatization and interpretation of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.
Members of the Women Writers Route Association from seven countries met at the general meeting. They approved the Association’s bodies, took note of its previous activities and fundamental documents, and adopted the work programme for the next three-year period. Their first task is to prepare and submit the application for the certification Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.
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