Call for 2023 Živa Award extended until 15 March 2023
We kindly invite you to sign up for the Živa Award 2023 – Award for the Best Slavic Museum and for the Best Heritage Site in Slavic Countries. The call will be open until 15 March 2023.
Piranova – a colloquium that brings contemporary and innovative topics and reflections coming soon
Colloquium entitled Museums in Digital will shed light on the opportunities, strengths, dangers and weaknesses of a digital museum experience.
Women Writers Route at the Cultural Routes Meeting in Paris
Representatives of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe gathered in Paris for a working meeting at the French Ministry of Culture. The meeting took place at the French Ministry of Culture and was attended by two representatives of the Women Writers Routes.
The opening night of In Agony at Villa Zlatica
Sunday, 19 February saw the opening night of the chamber play In Agony.
Alexander Prokopiev’s The Peeper on Bookshelves Soon
The 100 Slavic Novels collection will soon reach a hundred published titles. The Slovenian translation of the Macedonian writer Aleksandar Prokopiev’s novel Dzirkačot (The Peeper), the 97th book in the collection, is coming to the bookshelves. The translation is by Robert Suša, with an afterword by Namita Subiotto.
Exhibition catalogue Ivan Hribar and the Bourgeoisie of Ljubljana is out
The home of Ljubljana’s revered mayor Ivan Hribar (1851-1941), the renovated Villa Zlatica in Rožna Dolina, today offers visitors a glimpse at the life of one of Ljubljana’s most popular mayors and in turn also an encounter with the housing culture of a Slovenian bourgeois family at the beginning of the 20th century.
Paths, Ties, and Discoveries of Three Serbian Writers
The exhibition Paths, Ties, and Discoveries dedicated to three Serbian women writers Jelena Dimitrijević, Desanka Maksimović and Isidora Sekulić opened at the National Library of Serbia. Vladimir Pištalo, the director of the National Library of Serbia, Andreja Rihter, the president of the Women Writers Route Association, as well as Biljana Dojčinović and Mirjana Stanišić, the authors of the exhibition, spoke at the opening. The exhibition is open until 17 March 2023.
Krleža at Villa Zlatica!
It was exactly one hundred years ago, in 1922, that Croatian novelist, playwright and poet Miroslav Krleža wrote the second part of his Glembay trilogy – In agony. The wounds of World War I had not yet healed and the old social orders were crumbling. A hundred years later we find ourselves in a similar predicament: fundamental social structures are changing irreversibly as age-old existential questions remain equally relevant.
This year’s Slavic Garden “on the Edge of Europe, on the Edge of Reason”
The fourth edition of the Slavic Garden programme, organised by the Pula book fair in partnership with the FSK, took place at the Pula Book Fair(y).
ŽIVA 2022 Awards to Virovitica City Museum and Cukrarna
The 8th Živa Award ceremony took place in collaboration with the Posavje Museum Brežice and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, and in partnership with the Municipality of Brežice, Rajhenburg and Podsreda castles, and Božidar Jakac Art Museum.