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FSC joins the Across Charles’ Bridge to Warsaw reading project

27. 10. 2017

With the October Polish language workshop the Forum of Slavic Cultures joined the Ljubljana City Library’s reading project entitled Across the Charles Bridge to Warsaw. Gabriela Polok, FSC’s associate from Poland, “equipped” the workshop participants with the basic knowledge that will help them find their way around the station, shop or a pub in Poland and told them more about her country ...More

Congratulations to award winners Urša Zabukovec and Suzana Tratnik

25. 10. 2017

Urša Zabukovec, translator of Tatyana Tolstaya’s novel The Slynx, which came out last year as part of the 100 Slavic Novels series, received the Sovre Award conferred by the Slovenian Association of Literary Translators for the best translation into Slovene. According to the jury, the translator of this multi-layered, erudite novel impressed the most by “consistently moving back and forth ...More

Cultural Routes of the Slavic World finally on the map of Europe

17. 10. 2017

The first international conference entitled Cultural Routes of the Slavic World on the Map of Europe took place in Ljubljana under the auspices of the international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and with support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and Municipality of Ljubljana. It was dedicated to presenting the ...More

Živa Brought Together More Than 70 Participants

26. 09. 2017

The four day programme of the 2017 Živa Award for the best Slavic museum was attended by more than 70 participants from eleven Slavic and other European countries. Among others, the representatives of the 2017 Živa Award candidates presented their organizations and their work and met with the thirteen judges who visited them in the process of evaluation. The FSC presented the Živa Catalogue ...More

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Cultural Routes of the Slavic World finally on the map of Europe

17. 10. 2017

The first international conference entitled Cultural Routes of the Slavic World on the Map of Europe took place in Ljubljana under the auspices of the international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and with support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and Municipality of Ljubljana. It was dedicated to presenting the ...More

Živa Brought Together More Than 70 Participants

26. 09. 2017

The four day programme of the 2017 Živa Award for the best Slavic museum was attended by more than 70 participants from eleven Slavic and other European countries. Among others, the representatives of the 2017 Živa Award candidates presented their organizations and their work and met with the thirteen judges who visited them in the process of evaluation. The FSC presented the Živa Catalogue ...More

4th Živa Award to the Slovene Alpine Museum

23. 09. 2017

The Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSC) bestowed the award for the best Slavic museum in Bled under the honorary patronage of the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia Anton Peršak and in co-operation with the Municipality of Bled and the Bled Cultural Institute.  Andreja Rihter, the director of the FSC, Natalia Zarzecka, director of the Cricoteca, the winner of the Živa Award 2016, ...More

100 Slavic Novels Successfully in Moscow and Yasnaya Polyana

15. 09. 2017

The Forum of Slavic Cultures in collaboration with Rudomino All-Russian State Library for Foreign Literature, made an appearance at the 30th Moscow International Book Fair and together with guest writers presented the 100 Slavic Novels series. Following the resonant events in the Russian capital the international delegation took part in the prestigious international literary meeting at the Leo ...More

Winners of the international contest Museums in Short 2017 revealed

01. 09. 2017

In cooperation with European Museum Academy, Musil – Museum of Industry and Labour from Brescia and Brescia Museum Foundation, and with sponsorship of the Municipality of Piran and Association of Cultural Societies Piran, the Forum of Slavic Cultures conferred the Museums in Short awards 2017. The international award for the best short video related to museums went to the Museum of Yugoslavia ...More