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
Blagoje Stefanovski, former Minister of Culture of North Macedonia and Honorary Ambassador of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, bid his last goodbye at the age of 67. Stefanovski was one of the most important figures in Macedonian culture and had an important role within the FSK as well. In 2002 he was the first to
Even in the new conditions, activities within the new cultural route dedicated to women writers have not died down. The program council and the scientific council of the emerging association met at online meetings.
The FSK organised the third colloquium with the International Heritage Research Centre Piranova as planned in view of the changed circumstances. The colloquium titled Polyphony in Museums brought together more than 50 participants from 12 countries.
Bulgarian designer Nikolay Bozhilov, author of the Spirit collection designed for the Forum of Slavic Cultures’ Transformations project, is one of this year’s winners of BigSEE fashion design awards. He received the national award for his exploration and interpretation of Bulgarian traditions in contemporary design.
Due to the travel restrictions in the region the second colloquium organised by the International Heritage Research Centre Piranova under the auspices of the FSK took place online, and was attended by more than 40 participants from 10 countries.