Director of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, Dr. Andreja Rihter, was invited to join the Board of Trustees of the University of Primorska, which has collaborated with the FSC for more than a decade. The board is to promote cooperation between researchers and the academia on the one hand, and economic operators and other development agents on the other.
The Ljubljana, UNESCO City of Literature Office organised the second edition of Fair in the Air at Ljubljana’s Zvezda Park. The FSC participated once again with the translations of books published within the One Hundred Slavic Novels series and the monograph At the Table with the Slavs.
The FSC took the 100 Slavic Novels collection and the monograph At the Table with the Slavs to the Fair in the Air, a book fair that took place in four Slovenian cities and was organised by Ljubljana, UNESCO City of Literature Office and partners during Slovenian Book Days.
For the third consecutive year, the Forum of Slavic Cultures joined the museum festival Intermuseum as a strategic partner. In the spirit of the new circumstances, this year’s edition took place online. Under the auspices of the FSC the Forum and its partners from different countries participated in several discussions.
Within the Transformations project the Slavic fashion designers were inspired by their cultural heritage.
Instead of meeting in Belgrade (Serbia) in person, our judges for Živa Award 2020 held their regular annual meeting online. They shared their experiences during the pandemic in their respective countries, reported on the responses of Živa Award candidates and adopted the decision to move the opening ceremony to autumn 202
The rich cultural culinary heritage and cooking traditions as components of intangible cultural heritage co-create the contemporary image of healthy Bulgarian cooking.