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Živa at the Autumn Gathering in Posavje Museum Brežice
At their autumn gathering with the locals and guests at the exhibition Four Elements: 3 – Earth in the Posavje Museum Brežice the Forum of Slavic Cultures nominated the Museum for the Živa Award for the best Slavic museum 2019.
Your Heritage Is Our Heritage
In the framework of the VIII International Cultural Forum in St. Petersburg the FSC presented Živa sculptures to the best Slavic Museum 2019 and the best Slavic heritage site. At a special round table the representatives of Russian and Slavic museums discussed the significance of Slavic heritage in the global context.
The Universe of Slavic Literature
One of the features of the Forum of Slavic Cultures programme in the Russian capital was Slavic literature, its authors and the exhibition 100 Slavic Novels, as well as the women writers' cultural route.
The First Meeting of the Programme Council of the Women Writers' Route
The Programme Council of the new cultural route - the Women Writers' Route met at its first session. Programme Council members from five countries – Croatia, Poland, Russia, Slovenia and Serbia – met in Belgrade to discuss local communities and institutions that are to participate in this project as well as those interested in joining it.
Main Živa Awards 2019 to State Museum of Political History from Russia and to Belarussian Brest Hero Fortress
The International foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSC) bestowed the awards for the best Slavic museums in Bar in Montenegro in co-operation with the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro and Cultural Center Bar. In addition to the main award, the winner was State Museum of Political History of Russia, the award for the best Slavic heritage site was bestowed for the second time. It went to the Brest Hero Fortress from Belarus.
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Call for Živa 2020 Is Open
The FSC is inviting applications for the Živa 2020 – Award for the Best Slavic Museum and Heritage Site call for proposals.
Slavic Garden at the Book Fair(y) in Istria
For the first time ever, the FSC presents the Slavic Garden programme that will take place at the Book Fair(y) in Istria based on the collaboration agreement between the two institutions. This year, the focus will be on Russian literature and authors: Yevgeny Vodolazkin, Guzel Yakhina and Sergei Lebedev.