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.
The doors of Hribar's Villa Zlatica (Cesta 27. aprila 47 / Ljubljana) are open on Fridays from 15:00 to 18:00 and Saturdays from 14:00 to 18:00. Tours can be arranged also from Tuesday through Sunday upon prior notice (at least 24 hours beforehand). Info and applications: email@example.com or by phone +386 (0)8 2052 800 or +386 40 835 775.
FSK Centre Moscow
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.
First seminar of the International Golden Museological Programme Villa Zlatica with the title Connections and Museums facing Crises, which took place between 22 to 24 October in Villa Zlatica, Ljubljana, was focused on current crisis issues and their connections with the museum’s theory and practises. The main goal of the programme was to open the broad discourse about the role and missions of museum institutions in this unstable, critical and difficult time.
As part of the Slovenia, guest of honour programme at the 75th Frankfurt Book Fair, the FSK organised a discussion entitled Translations in times of war: Slavic literary contacts in times of armed conflicts and political confrontations, featuring Slovenian Drago Jančar, Ukrainian writer Oksana Zabuzhko, Georgi Gospodinov from Bulgaria and Serbian author Aleksandar Gatalica. The discussion was moderated by Mladen Vesković, Editor-in-Chief of the 100 Slavic Novels collection.
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