The goal of the FSK Online Library is to establish an online collection of books,
catalogues, periodicals, prints and other publications issued by the Forum of Slavic Cultures and its partner organizations (museums, archives, galleries, libraries, educational institutions, etc.) in Slavic countries and beyond their borders.

The FSK aspires to linguistic variety and the representations of all Slavic countries, their cultures, languages and traditions ae well as their ties with other cultures. That is why the collected publications are in their original languages and/or in combination with other Slavic and world languages.

The FSK Online Library offers the access to rich, often still unknown and unrecognizable treasures of Slavic cultures to experts and students in various fields, lovers of different cultures, accidental visitors and the general public.

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Author/s: Rumyana Dencheva
Country: Bulgaria
Institution: Regional Ethnographic open-air museum "ETAR"
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
The challenge of building a new permanent exhibition
Author/s: Virgil Ștefan Nițulescu
Country: Romania
Institution: National Museum of the Romanian Museum
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
Communicating museums in times of pandemic - Case study
Author/s: Maja Minoska Pavlovska
Country: Republic of North Macedonia
Institution: NI Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Independence
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
Two examples from the Rousse Museum
Author/s: Iskren Velikov
Country: Bulgaria
Institution: Rousse Regional Museum of History
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
See the Art differently
Author/s: Igor Maroević
Country: Croatia
Institution: Typhlological museum
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
A method is needed, always!
Author/s: Massimo Negri, Dirk Houtgraaf
Country: Italy, the Netherlands
Institution: European Museum Academy
Topic: Exhibition Challenges: development/implementation/storyline
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