Slavic Literatures in Focus of a New Festival

The Forum of Slavic Cultures, in cooperation with partners, organised the Festival of Slavic Literatures. The first edition of the Festival, which will become a regular literary event on the cultural calendar in the years to come, was dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the 100 Slavic Novels collection. The anniversary was held under the honourable patronage of the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor.

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The 14th International Summer School of Museology

The 14th edition of the International Summer School of Museology took place between 5 and 9 September 2022 at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska. The programme was a collaboration of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, UNESCO Chair and the Department of Archaeology and Heritage of the FH UP, ICOM Slovenia, in partnership with Regional Museum Koper and cultural centre Delavski Dom Trbovlje.

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Woodcarving Museum (BaH), recipient of ŽIVA Award 2020, winner of Micheletti Award

Esch-sur-Alzette, the European Capital of Culture, hosted this year’s European Museum Academy conference and award meeting between 8 and 10 September. One of this year’s award winners was also the Woodcarving Museum from Konjic (BaH), recipient of ŽIVA 2020 award. The Emigration Museum in Gdynja (Poland), recipient of ŽIVA 2018, received special commendation of the DASA award.

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FSK and WWR in Esch-sur-Alzette, European Capital of Culture 2022

Between 8 and10 September 2022 the Luxembourgish city of Esch-sur-Alzette, this year’s European Capital of Culture, hosted the European Museum Academy’s conference and awards meeting, at which Andreja Rihter presented the international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and the Women Writers Route (WWR), which was certified this year by the Council of Europe’s Institute of Cultural Routes.

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FSK and ICOM SEE in Prague – a step on the common path

At the 26th ICOM General Conference, the Forum of Slavic Cultures and the International Council of Museums of South-Eastern Europe organised two round tables. The focus was on common roots and their importance in ensuring peace, and on the threat to heritage in states of emergencys such as war. The meeting was attended by 50 experts.

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