FSK at the Russian-Serbian Cultural Forum

At the invitation of President of the FSK Board, Maja Gojković, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and Media, and Olga Yarilova, Deputy Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Forum of Slavic Cultures attended the Russian-Serbian Cultural Forum in Belgrade.

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7th Edition of the Živa Award will be hosted by Belgrade and Novi Sad

Based on the signed agreement with the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia, the 7th Živa Award with an international conference will take place in Belgrade and Novi Sad, at the time when the official opening of the European Capital of Culture will take place, at the time when the latter hosts the opening ceremony of the European Capital of Culture.

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Villa Zlatica at Open House Slovenia

The expert jury of the Open House Slovenia festival recognized Hribar’s Villa Zlatica, the headquarters of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, as one of this year’s architectural achievements. Numerous visitors visited the villa free of charge.

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On jesters and grouches in the garden of Villa Zlatica

The Forum of Slavic Cultures’ Living Villa cycle continues. Together with the Women Writers Route Association the FSK hosted the kick-off event of the 11th international seminar for translators of Slovenian literature, which is organised by the Slovenian Association of Literary Translators.

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Živa 2020 Award Cycle Continues

The epidemiological situation this spring prevented the judges for the 7th Živa Award to visit the nominated museums in person, forcing them once again to meet online instead. They found the museums in 11 Slavic countries well prepared.

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This Year’s Slavic Garden Marked by the Sound of Poetry

For the second time in a row, the FSK was a partner of the Slavic Garden programme at the Pula Book Fair. At the poetry evening entitled My Goal is – Horizon, which took place outdoors, visitors were able to listen to the poetry of five poets from the Slavic world in the dramatization and interpretation of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.

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All members present at the general meeting of the Women Writers Route Association

Members of the Women Writers Route Association from seven countries met at the general meeting. They approved the Association’s bodies, took note of its previous activities and fundamental documents, and adopted the work programme for the next three-year period. Their first task is to prepare and submit the application for the certification Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.

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