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This section offers you information on diverse opportunities for professional education and training in different fields of arts and heritage. Various institutions and some professional courses and workshops are presented as well as their producers.

If you are seeking for information on educational programmes for children and youth, please contact the organisers of the Cultural Bazaar, an annual presentation of educational programmes and producers at Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre.

A general overview of Slovene educational system is provided by Eurypedia, European Encyclopaedia on National Education Systems.






MoTA Museum of Transitory Art

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Dealing in experimental and technologically inquisitive arts, MoTA serves as a production vehicle for setting up music concerts, audiovisual acts, visual art exhibitions, public interventions, art residencies and an abundance of other artistically charged activities (as of recently it also bestows the TESLA Award). Its programme predominantly takes place at various Ljubljana venues, yet also on the web and very frequently around the world.

This non-profit cultural organisation was founded in 2007 as a continuation of the CodeEp art collective and enterprise. Besides partaking in various international endeavours, MoTA cooperates with dozens of Slovene organisations, venues and festivals, among them the Speculum Artium Festival, the Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, the Sploh Institute, and Kino Šiška.

Department of Asian Studies, University of Ljubljana

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The Department of Asian Studies at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana was established in 1995 when Andrej Bekeš, Jana S. Rošker, and Mitja Saje were among the first research Japanologists and Sinologists who were ready to make further steps in the research fields at the university. Initially, the department was named a Department of Asian and African Studies, however, its aim to cover African studies as well could not be attained.

The first study programme has been adapted to the new Bologna reforms, currently the study programmes offer a BA and MA in Japanology and Sinology. Both are three-year undergraduate study programmes that can be further elaborated in postgraduate courses. The department also offers a PhD programm in Asian studies. It has its own library.

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