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Sodobnost Magazine

updated 2 days ago

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Sodobnost was founded in 1933, following the collapse of an earlier magazine, Ljubljanski zvon, and is the oldest Slovene magazine dedicated to literature and culture. It has since been published regularly, though during World War II it was off the shelves for 3 years. Since 2004 it has been published by the Sodobnost International Cultural Society. Sodobnost also confers the Best Short Story Award jointly with the Slovene Writers’ Association and the Best Slovene Essay Award.

DLib.si - Digital Library of Slovenia

updated 35 hours ago

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The Digital Library of Slovenia (dLib.si) is a web portal developed by the National and University Library (NUK) in cooperation with several cultural, educational and research institutions, including numerous libraries throughout Slovenia.

dLib.si provides free access to digitised knowledge and cultural treasures – journals, books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, posters, music, and reference material. Many of the digitised items – some published in the 16th century – have been made possible in the framework of the project Europeana Travel funded by the European Commission within the area of Digital Libraries of the eContentplus Programme.

The Digital Library of Slovenia is linked up with comparable European projects, and is actively involved in building the Europeana, the European digital library and the TEL project (The European Library).

KUD Kentaver

updated 2 days ago

Established in 2004, KUD Kentaver started as a vehicle for Dejan Koban and Veronika Dintjan to organise poetry readings in a somewhat more relaxed manner, which they thought was lacking at that time. While the first evenings were organised in the Celica Hostel, by the end of 2005 the pair took over the Young Rhymes series and has since been more or less preoccupied by it and the festival of the same name that has emerged over time.

Writers residence in Kočevje

updated 2 days ago

Since 2008 the Centre for Slovenian Literature has offered a residency and a grant for international writers and translators with an interest in Slovene literature and culture to stay in Kočevje, Slovenia, developing their projects and meeting with Slovene writers and/or translators.

A 3-week long residency for international writers, poets or dramatists. In 2010 András Gerevich (1976 Budapest), a poet, screenwriter and literary translator, was selected. In 2012 the resident was Alicia Garcia Nunez, Spanish poet and performer.

Old Glassworks Art Society, Ptuj

updated 2 days ago

Established in 2004 as a non-for-profit cultural organisation, Old Glassworks Art Society is based at the former glassworks building in Ptuj city centre, which incorporates a 90-seat hall with basic lighting and sound equipment, a studio space and a storehouse. Comprising members from Ptuj, Maribor, Ljubljana and Slovenska Bistrica, the Society engages in a range of theatre, dance visual arts and publishing activities, organising the so-called Monday Evenings in the framework of the Ptuj Summer Days festival and promoting its various productions both in-country and internationally.

Kino Udarnik

updated 2 weeks ago

Kino Udarnik is an old cinema hall built in 1935. In 2010 the Udarnik was re-opened after a few years hiatus, by the team of Zavod Udarnik, however, not coping with the costly rent and the meagre funding by the Municipality of Maribor the programme was cancelled in 2016

In 2018 the Kino Udarnik has been rented by another NGO, the team of SAK (Društvo za spoznavanje alternativne kulture) that had organised in Maribor a few editions of the Festival of Alternative Culture (FAK). The venue is open only at the time of events, for the beginning those will be mostly the concerts. In April Udarnik will host Laibach, in May the Gipsy Balcan Orchestra.

Coal Mining Museum of Slovenia

updated 9 days ago

Coal Mining Museum of Slovenia 2019 Wooden supports Photo Kaja Brezocnik.jpg The Coal Mining Museum of Slovenia is dedicated to the social history and technological development of coal mining, as practised in the Šaleška Valley, a coal-rich region around the city of Velenje. As befits such an establishment, a significant part of it is located at the abandoned underground tunnels of the Škale pit, dug beneath the Velenje Power Station. Thus the museum presents coal-mining both through a live experience of entering the museum through a 160 m deep shaft as well as by displaying mining equipment and depicting the lives of miners, their ways and customs.

Set up by experts from Velenje Museum, the museum is managed by the Velenje Coal Mine, the largest and most state-of-the-art coal mine in Slovenia.

Idrija Mine Museum

updated 8 days ago

Thanks to having the second largest mercury mine in the world the town of Idrija was for centuries considered to be the centre of scientific and technological progress in the region. The administration of the Idrija Mercury Mine was housed in the Gewerkenegg Castle (16th century) which dominates the town. Today it houses the Idrija Municipal Museum, which together with the Idrija Mine Museum takes care of the region's rich technical, geological, technological, ethnological, and cultural heritage. The Idrija Mine Museum is managed by THE Idrija Mercury Heritage Management Centre.

In 2012 the Heritage of Mercury. Almadén and Idrija project was submitted to UNESCO and both cities entered its World Heritage List.

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Franja Partisan Hospital

updated 8 days ago

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The Franja Partisan Hospital at Dolenji Novaki near Cerkno is a cluster of functionally-arranged Partisan hospital facilities located in the narrow, barely accessible Pasice Gorge, which is itself a natural attraction. The hospital complex comprises 14 wooden buildings and several small auxiliary facilities which were gradually set up in the period from December 1943 to May 1945.

The hospital was among the best-equipped of clandestine partisan hospitals, with an operating room, an X-ray apparatus, a care facility for the disabled, and a small electric plant. Most of the equipment was preserved in situ till the flood in 2007. A complete renovation was finished in May 2010. The hospital is administered by Idrija Municipal Museum.

Franja has received a renowned award presented by the Committee for European Heritage, the European Heritage Label, and is also on a Tentative List of the candidates for a UNESCO World Heritage List.

Animateka International Animated Film Festival

updated 4 days ago


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