FSC Returns to the Museum Festival Intermuseum as Partner
For the second consecutive year the Forum of Slavic Cultures joined the Moscow Intermuseum festival as partner. At the Živa exhibition space the FSC presented the award for the best Slavic museum and heritage site, while Dr Andreja Rihter gave a lecture on human resources in museums in the framework of the festival's business program. She also presented Piranova – International Heritage Research Centre and participated in several expert discussions.
The Route of Women Writers at the 13th International Summer School of Museology
The 13th International Summer School of Museology took place under the auspices of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska, ICOM Slovenia and Centre for Creativity of the Museum of Architecture and Design. It also served as a platform for the FSC to present the new cultural route.
Živa Award Judges Meet
Having visited all 25 nominated museums between February and April, Živa Award judges met and reported on their visits. Award recipients will be announced in October 2019 in Bar, Montenegro.
FSC a Special Guest at the International Cultural Forum in St. Petersburg
Ms Andreja Rihter, Director of the International Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures whose headquarters are in Ljubljana, and Alla Manilova, Deputy Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation, signed a joint statement on the special status of the Forum of Slavic Cultures at the VIII St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum.
FSC Editorial Board Meeting
Forum of Slavic Cultures Editorial Board members from Montenegro, Croatia, Russia, Slovenia and Serbia met at the regular annual Board meeting.
Forum of Slavic Cultures returns to UNESCO
The international foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures in collaboration with partner institutions put on the exhibition Women and the Great War. The opening ceremony took place in cooperation with Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Slovenia to UNESCO at the UNESCO palace in Paris. The exhibition will be on show until 15 April 2019.
Judges for Živa Award 2019 Rolled Up Their Sleeves
This year marks the sixth edition of the competition for the Živa award for the best Slavic museum and heritage site. Once again, by the end of April thirteen judges from Slavic countries and European Museum Academy will have visited all 26 museums from 12 Slavic countries running for the award.
Once again, more applications for the Živa Award
In December 2018, following the closure of the call for Živa Award 2019 – the Award for the Best Slavic Museum and the Best Slavic Heritage Site, it was time for the FSC to examine the applications.
Working meeting with the Chairman of the FSC Board
During her visit to Belgrade Andreja Rihter, Director of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, met with the Chairman of the FSC Board, Vladan Vukosavljević, Minister of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.
FSC presents the new European cultural route in Belgrade
The Forum of Slavic Cultures has been busy working on the new European cultural route Women Writers at the Beginning of the 20th Century that was presented at the conference on the cultural and spiritual unity of the Slavic nations in Belgrade.
FSC's New Year's Get-together
The Forum of Slavic Cultures hosted yet another traditional New Year's get-together for those individuals and institutions from Slovenia that helped the foundation to nerve the creativity of Slavic cultures in 2018.