Support services web resources
- COLIB - Slovene libraries database
- Centre for Slovene Literature Website
- Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe
- Creative Europe Desk Slovenia
- EKumba Database
- M3C Multimedia Centres Network of Slovenia
- Museums.si - Museums and galleries in Slovenia
- Raz Ume Database
- Register of Slovene cultural heritage - rkd.situla.org
- Sigic.si - information on Slovene music
- Sigledal.org - Slovene theatre portal
- Statistics about Slovenia
- KUD Mreža Arts and Culture Association updated 22 hours ago
- Architects' Society of Dolenjska Region and Bela Krajina updated 9 days ago
- DESSA Architecture Centre updated 3 weeks ago
- Government Communication Office updated 2 weeks ago
- British Council Slovenia updated 3 weeks ago
- Chamber of Craft of Slovenia updated 3 weeks ago
- Janez Vajkard Valvasor Foundation updated 2 weeks ago
- National Council for Culture updated 10 days ago
- CMEPIUS - Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes updated 3 weeks ago
- Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe updated 3 weeks ago... further results
The Goethe-Institut Ljubljana, established in 2004, is the official cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany in Slovenia, a part of the globally operating Goethe-Institut network. The aim of its cultural and educational programmes is to promote intercultural dialogue and cultural participation, supporting the development of civil society structures and global mobility.
Since June 2017, the Goethe-Institut Ljubljana has been housed at the large premises in the vicinity of the Ljubljana city centre, at Mirje 12. The programme consists of exhibitions, film screenings, concerts, workshops, readings and talks all typically by or with German-speaking authors and all with the aim of linking the German and Slovene cultural scenes. The fundamental method of the Goethe-Institut is intercultural dialogue based on partnership cooperation.
The Goethe-Institut Ljubljana is a member of EUNIC Slovenia, a network involving several European cultural institutions promoting intercultural dialogue, mobility, early language learning, and multilingualism.
The Modern Art Archive, Museum of Modern Art department collects printed matter and press clippings related to exhibitions of Slovene artists (digitised with the special Razstava (“Exhibition”) software programme). It has also built an archive and press clipping service of articles containing biographical and bibliographical and also other data on Slovene 20th- and 21st-century artists (digitised with the Umetnik (“Artist”) computer programme).
A selection of the two databases is available online through the Raz_Ume Database. It currently contains over 13,500 artists, more than 8,300 exhibitions and 170 photographs. (Interestingly, Raz_Ume is a play on words using Raz from Razstava, "exhibition" and Ume from Umetnik, "artist" to create the Slovenian expression "He/She understands".)
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