Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština

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Veleposlaništvo Republike Slovenije, Priština
Ul. Anton Ceta 6., 38000 Priština
Phone381 38 246 255
Fax381 38 246 256
Bojan Bertoncelj, Ambassador
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Past Events
  • 5 August to 21 August 2019
    Seminars and lectures by Zdenka Badovinac (Moderna galerija / Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana plus Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova), Miran Mohar (Irwin), and Renata Salecl in the frame of the international platform Summer School as School, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština, in Pristina, Kosovo
  • 16 July 2019
    The screening of Consequences, directed by Darko Štante and co-produced by Temporama, Zwinger Film, NuFrame, and Sinhro Studio 100, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština, at the International Film Festival at Armata Cinema in Pristina, Kosovo
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  • 27 April 2018
    Lojze Kalinšek showcases his works at a poetry reading, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština at Mahmet Pasha Hamam in Prizren, Kosovo

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština is an official representative body of the Slovene government in Kosovo since March 2010. The embassy promotes bilateral political, economic, and cultural relations. It issues visas and residence permits and performs other consular services.

Cultural cooperation

Cultural ties between Kosovo and Slovenia are limited. The embassy supports cooperation in culture, science, and education. In 2010, the Agreement on Cooperation in the Fields of Culture, Education and Science between the Republic of Slovenia and Republic of Kosovo was signed. Together with the Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund, the embassy promotes applications for the award of scholarships for nationals of the Western Balkans to study in Slovenia.

The Artist-in-Residence programme "Pristina has No River" run by Qendra Multimedia from Priština together with partners of the programme Goethe Institute, Traduki, S. Fischer Stiftung, European Commission, Krokodil Festival hosted several artists from Southeastern Europe and Germany (residence artists from Slovenia included Tea Hvala and Jurij Hudolin).

Since 2011, the Tobačna 001 Cultural Centre, run by Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana regularly publishes an open call for a residency exchange for visual artists who wish to further develop their work at the partner institutions Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina and the Israeli Centre for Digital Art in Holon. Among participating artists, the exchange programme in Prishtina included Ana Čigon from Slovenia and Qëndresë Deda and Alban Muja from Kosovo.

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