Slavic Garden in Pula on the Power of the Weak

For the fifth time in a row, the book fair in Pula hosted the Slavic Garden (Slavenski đardin) programme, organised by the FSK in cooperation with the organisers of the book fair Pula Book Fair(y). This year’s main guests were Bulgarian poet and writer Rene Karabash and Montenegrin writer Andrej Nikolaidis.

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“This Happy Day of Culture” at Villa Zlatica

On December 3rd, for the Slovene national holiday “Ta veseli dan kulture” (This Happy Day of Culture), Villa Zlatica hosted a special tour of the city with a focus on the heritage of our former mayor, Ivan Hribar. The tour starts in front of the mayor’s workplace, the City Hall, and continues through the center all the way to Villa Zlatica in Rožna Dolina.

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FSK’s Main Achievement is its Network

After a few years’ break, the Forum of Slavic Cultures presented itself at the Slovenian Book Fair. A discussion with the Director, Dr. Andrea Rihter, took place in the framework of the programme organised by Serbia, this year’s country “in focus”.

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Piranova in Bitola

From 28 to 30 November 2023, the Piranova International Colloquium »Museums – That Matter: Permanent Museum Exhibitions and Work with Visitors« took place in Bitola, North Macedonia. The event was organised in collaboration with the NI Institute and Museum Bitola.

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Transformations at Belgrade Fashion Week

Following the successful exhibition Transformations: from the Slavic Clothing Tradition to Contemporary Designs, which was in September on display in the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade, the fashion designers participating in the Transformations project presented their creations at Belgrade Fashion Week (52nd Perwoll Fashion Week), which has a tradition of more than 20 years.

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