In the framework of Piranova – International Heritage Research Centre programme Forum of Slavic Cultures organised International Colloquium Piranova #4 titled Exhibition Challenges. The event featured lectures and presentation of the book Developing exhibitions as well as two workshops.
With epidemiological situation in most Slavic countries improving and control measures relaxing the judges for the Živa Award are ready to visit the nominated museums in person. Should that not be possible for all of the museums the visit and evaluation will take place remotely. The 7th Živa Award ceremony for the Best Slavic Museum and Heritage Site will take place in September 2021.
Writer, theatre and film director Marko Sosič passed away aged barely 62. Marko Sosič was born in 1958 in Trieste. He graduated in theatre directing at the Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Zagreb. He has directed in various Slovenian and Italian theatres as well as for television. He was Artistic director of the Slovene National Theatre in Nova Gorica and Slovene Permanent Theatre in Trieste.
The Transformations project is soon to be complemented with new collections by fashion designers from five Slavic countries. Just like the first five the new collections will be inspired by Slavic cultural heritage.
The Women Writers Route Association, which will apply for the certificate of the European cultural route, has been formally established and registered in accordance with regulations. The project partners are actively involved in the design and implementation of activities, including Biljana Dojčinović from Serbia, a member of the WWR Scientific Council.
Following her appointment as the President of the FSK Board in December 2020, Gaja Gojković, Vice-President of the Government of the Republic of Serbia and Minister of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia, held an online meeting with Dr. Andreja Rihter, FSK Director. They discussed the activities in 2021 as well as FSK
A new book in the 100 Slavic Novels, the 85th in a row has found its way to the bookshelves – Auschwitz Café by Dragan Radulović. The 100 Slavic Novels series is richer for a new translation. The novel Auschwitz Café by Montenegrin writer Dragan Radulović is coming to the bookshelves. Within the 100 Slavic
In December, as part of the “FSK donates” campaign, the FSK delighted libraries, its partners and friends in 6 Slavic countries with donations of books from the 100 Slavic Novels collection. The campaign started in Serbia in cooperation with Belgrade publisher Arhipelag. The FSK donated 28 books that have so far come out in the 100
Forum of Slavic Cultures in cooperation with Serbian publisher Arhipelag donated books from the 100 Slavic Novels collection to ten public libraries. The donation is part of the “FSK donates” campaign, which will take place until the end of December in Slavic countries and social networks. “The situation we’re in, both publishers and everyone who