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.
Welcome in Villa ZlaticaThe 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.
Villa Zlatica is part of the OHS festival againThe FSK is again a partner of the festival Open Houses of Slovenia, which every year offers free tours of excellent architecture and spatialdesign to the general public.
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.
The Women Writers Cultural and Tourism Route was presented at the meeting of the Governing Board of the Council of Europe’s Extended Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes, which will take the final decision on the award of the Council of Europe Cultural Route certificates to this year’s candidates in the coming weeks.
As part of the programme of the Centre of the Forum of Slavic Cultures in Belgrade, a literary evening dedicated to the Bulgarian writer Zdravka Evtimova and her novel “Thursday” took place at the National Library of Serbia. The work, translated into Serbian by Elizabeta Georgiev, was published in the 100 Slavic Novels collection.
The Forum of Slavic Cultures has been in regular contact with Ukrainian museums in recent weeks. In the pursuit of networking cultural and other institutions, which is also the mission of the FSK, they have already held several online meetings with representatives of museums in Ukraine and other partners, and have launched a special webpage dedicated to Ukrainian cultural heritage.
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