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.
The international conference dedicated to women writers’ cultural route aimed to shed light on the different aspects of the route that is being set up by the Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSK) and its partners. The conference was organised by All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature M. I. Rudomino, Institute of Translation and Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Having received the prestigious Gourmand Award in 2017, At the Table with the Slavs, the first world monograph on Slavic cuisines, won a place in the exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.