The Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSK) presented the programmes of its International Heritage Research Centre – Piranova at the 7th Icarus Croatia Days entitled “Initiatives for Heritage, Education and the Digital Environment”.
Creator, mother, writer, actress, teacher,
housekeeper, director, nurse, volunteer, careers, sportswoman,
scientist, colleague, dancer, singer, co-worker, friend,
neighbour, cosmonaut, soul mate …
In all her fullness, presence and uniqueness.
Powerful and special.
On March 8 and all other days!
Having prepared and announced the call for proposals for Živa 2022, the international panel of judges are back in action. Experts from Slavic countries and the European Museum Academy met at their regular meeting. The central point of discussion was the presentation of the Forum of Slavic Cultures and ICOM SEE committee at ICOM’s General Conference, which will take place in Prague in August 2022.
The Forum of Slavic Cultures successfully hosted the 7th international conference and ŽIVA awards ceremony live from Belgrade. The diverse three-day programme in the Serbian capital brought together 70 participants from 14 countries. They shared good practices, made contacts and forged new partnerships, and to top it all they attended the opening ceremony of the European Capital of Culture in Novi Sad.
To mark the 200th anniversary of the Congress of the Holy Alliance in Ljubljana the Forum of Slavic Cultures published the book Congress in Ljubljana: At the crossroads of European Diplomacy 1821/2021. Shedding light on the goings-on in the European capital of diplomacy 200 years ago, the book was released by the FSK in cooperation with the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Slovenia and the Slovenia-Russia Friendship Society.
The International foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSK) bestowed the awards for the best Slavic museums in Belgrade in Serbia in co-operation with the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Serbia and Serbian partner institutions. In addition to the main award, the winner was Woodcarving Museum from Konjic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), the award for the best heritage site in Slavic countries was bestowed for the third time. It went to the Etar Regional Ethnographic Open-Air Museum from Gabrovo in Bulgaria.