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festival

31st Music Biennale Zagreb 2021

The 31st Music Biennale Zagreb will be held from April to September this year, in four program blocks – Furioso!, Shifting, le sacre de l été and Celebration.
 
announcements

Mirogoj cemetery on endangered monuments list

Zagreb's Mirogoj cemetery is on the list of 7 Most Endangered monuments and heritage sites in Europe this year, after suffering extensive damage in the March 2020 earthquake.
 
presentation

Darko Fritz: Digital Art in Croatia 1968-1984 (book and website)

The project "Digital Art in Croatia 1968-1984" was conceived as an exhibition with an accompanying catalogue, but due to epidemiological reasons and lockdown at the time of its planned holding in 2020, the format of the exhibition was changed to a book and website.
 
announcements

2021 Radoslav Putar Award FINALISTS are shortlisted

Radoslav Putar Award Finalists 2021: Vitar Drinković, Jelena Lovrec, Lana Stojićević, Ivana Tkalčić.
 
new edition announcement

'Space around me – Architectural textbook for inquisitive children'

This textbook has been intended for inquisitive primary school children who would like to learn how to observe and understand the built environment around us.
 
exhibition

Osijek: The exhibition 'To Be Continued… Comics and visual culture in Croatia'

The exhibition To Be Continued… Comics and visual culture in Croatia sets the so-called Ninth Art of comic strips, cartoons and graphic storytelling in its European and international context, bringing together its history, evolution, and canonical authors. The exhibition examines the way in which perceptions of comics have changed over time, the role of comics in shaping popular and mass culture, and the professional and personal networks within which comics are created and find their way to the audience.
 
festival

Festival 'To Spring with Oris'

This year’s first Oris Festival – To Spring with Oris – will be held on March 18 and 19, 2021 and will bring together 12 renowned architects and successful business women and 2 moderators.
 
exhibition

"Yakishime: Earth Metamorphosis" exhibition on Japanese ceramics staged in Pula

An exhibition of Japanese ceramics from the fourth century to the present day called "Yakishime: Earth Metamorphosis" opened in the "Sveta Srca (Sacred Hearts)" Gallery in Pula on Friday in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan.
 
exhibition

Croatia to the World: Greats of Croatian origin honoured in exhibition

Entitled “Croatia to the World” and organised by Večernji list,  a unique exhibition dedicated to Croatian greats will open on Friday. 
 
announcements

Virtual museum of Croatian Diaspora to be launched on Friday

The Croatian Heritage Foundation (HMI) will launch a virtual museum of the Croatian Diaspora on Friday, 12 February, to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of this association.
 
announcements

'Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus' nominated for International Press Academy Satellite Award

Experimental-animated feature 'Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus', directed by Dalibor Barić, has been nominated for the Satellite Award for best film in the category of feature animated or mixed media international film. The Satellite Awards are offered by the International Press Academy (IPA), while Barić’s film is in the running alongside five other titles from around the world. The Satellite Award winners will be announced on 15th February.
 
research

Big archaeological discovery in Pula: 2,000 year-old stone human torso excavated

Less than half a meter under the sidewalk and only two meters in front of the twin gates in Pula, staff of the Archaeological Museum of Istria have discovered a stone torso of a male figure in a toga, which had been buried there for more than two thousand years. 
 
announcements

Dalibor Barić’s animated film in the race for Oscar nomination

'Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus' is one of the 27 titles that will be considered for nominations in the category of Animated Feature at the 93rd Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards.
 
conference, symposium

Apply for the international Animafest Scanner VIII 2021 symposium

Entries are open until 15 March 2021, and all film and media researchers are invited to present the latest findings from the field of animation.
 
award

Xavier Kawa-Topor is the recipient of the Animafest Zagreb 2021 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Animation Studies

World Festival of Animated Film - Animafest Zagreb Festival Council decided to present the 2021 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Animation Studies to culture and film scholar and animation critic and historian, Xavier Kawa-Topor.
 
announcements

Karlovac Homeland War Museum nominated for EMYA award

The Karlovac-Turanj Homeland War Museum has been nominated for the EMYA 2021 award of the European Museum Forum, as one of 27 European museums competing for the European Museum of the Year Award and for the Council of Europe Museum Prize and the Silletto Prize.
 
announcements

Croatian Night of Museums to be held virtually this year

For this year's, 16th Night of the Museum, which will be held online on January 29 on the topic "Tasks of Museums in Crisis", 171 museums, heritage or educational institutions have applied.
 
award

Igor Kuljerić: Croatian Glagolitic Requiem - Jakov Gotovac: Hymn to Freedom / ICMA Award 2021

The Jury of the International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) announced the Awards for 2021. The winner in the Audio and Video Categories / Choral Music Category is the CD Igor Kuljerić: Croatian Glagolitic Requiem - Jakov Gotovac: Hymn to Freedom, BR Klassik (900331). Performers: Kristina Kolar, Eric Laporte, Annika Schlicht, Ljubomir Puškarić, Bavarian Radio Choir, Munich Radio Orchestra, Ivan Repušić.
 
screenings

'Cockpera' in competition at 43rd Clermont-Ferrand

Animation artist Kata Gugić’s student film 'Cockpera', an Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb production, has been selected for screening in the international competition of the renowned Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, held online, early next year, 29th Jan – 6th Feb.
 
announcements

Croatian culture minister thanks Italian blue helmets of culture

Croatian Culture Minister Nina Obuljen Koržinek on Wednesday thanked Italian conservators who helped to evacuate the cultural heritage from earthquake-hit parts in Croatia and agreed the continuation of cooperation with the blue helmets of culture in restoration and reconstruction.
 
announcements

Year 2021 declared Year of Reading in Croatia

The year 2021 will be a Year of Reading in Croatia, the government decided on Wednesday, which means that a series of activities will be conducted to promote the culture of reading and enable as many people as possible to read with understanding and enjoy it.
 
announcements

Varaždin's Old Town applies for European Heritage Label

The City of Varaždin has decided to nominate its Old Town for the designation "European Heritage Label" in 2021.
 
presentation

Claustra mobile app guides visitors through Roman cultural heritage

How to use the potential of modern technology to promote cultural heritage and to sensitize the population to its value? Company Oxygen Tech created a mobile application for the purpose of promoting the natural and cultural heritage of the remains of the Roman barrier system Claustra Alpium Iuliarum.
 
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Croatia Earthquake: situation report and 
ICOM actions to support the museum sector

On December 29, 2020 a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit the Sisak-Moslavina County, Croatia, with an epicenter located in the village of Strašnik, about 50 km southeast of the Croatian capital of Zagreb.
 
exhibition

Phony Smile. Language of aesthetic speculation in Croatian Photography

The exhibition will present the work of Edita Schubert (1947 – 2001), Željko Borčić (1942 – 2015), Petar Dabac (1942), Željko Jerman (1949 – 2006) and Vlado Martek (1951), one of the most prominent and prolific conceptual artists of the 1970s.
 
presentation

“New best wishes on good old Christmas cards”: NSK reviving almost forgotten well-wishing tradition

The National and University Library in Zagreb has launched New best wishes on good old Christmas cards, a special campaign aimed at reviving an almost forgotten well-wishing tradition during the Christmas and New Year holidays through the presentation of valuable resources in the Library’s Print Collection
 
exhibition

To Be Continued… Comics and visual culture in Croatia

The exhibition To Be Continued… Comics and visual culture in Croatia sets the so-called Ninth Art of comic strips, cartoons and graphic storytelling in its European and international context, bringing together its history, evolution, and canonical authors. The exhibition examines the way in which perceptions of comics have changed over time, the role of comics in shaping popular and mass culture, and the professional and personal networks within which comics are created and find their way to the audience.
 
conference, symposium

The International Conference: Biennials of Contemporary Art – Experiences And Opportunities

The conference is to be streamed online on December 9 and 10, 2020 on the Museum's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MSUzagreb.
 
exhibition

'Balthazartown' in Rijeka

In Rijeka, the original Balthazartown, the first major exhibition dedicated to Professor Balthazar is opening.
 
concert

'Wild Symphony' - World Premiere in Zagreb with Live Stream

The music of author Dan Brown's best-selling children's book, 'Wild Symphony', will receive its premiere performance by the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at the stunning Croatian National Theater on Friday, October 9th. 
 
announcements

International virtual conference on heritage protection

Owing to recent unfavourable developments related to the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic, the 2021 international conference of the National and University Library in Zagreb Solidarity in culture: Heritage protection under conditions of crisis will entirely be held as a virtual event, from 18 to 20 March. The deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended to 31 October 2020.
 
festival

16. Jazz Ex Tempore

This year's 16th edition of the Jazz Ex Tempore event will be held in Opatija, from 14-16. October, and is dedicated to foreign musicians who live and work in Croatia.
 
new edition announcement

Discovering Dalmatia: Dalmatia in Travelogues, Images, and Photographs

Discovering Dalmatia brings together twelve texts offering new interpretations of conceptions of the space, natural beauty, and cultural heritage of Dalmatia as a destination for educated travellers from the late seventeenth to the first half of the twentieth century. (…)
 
new edition announcement

Croatia: Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe 2020

The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, member of the Governing Board of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (EPA), in cooperation with the EPA Secretariat and the Croatian representatives of certified Cultural Routes, has published a new 2020 brochure on the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe and network members active in Croatia.
 
presentation

Croatian intangible heritage presented on the Google Arts & Culture platform

Croatia is one of the countries with the largest number of intangible cultural heritage items on the UNESCO list, and through the cooperation of Google Arts & Culture and the Croatian National Tourist Board, online insight into the rich Croatian intangible heritage is available at this link, in both Croatian and English. The Museum of Arts and Crafts and the Museum of the Sinjska alka have also participated in the project, thus becoming part of more than 2,000 cultural institutions from 80 countries participating in the Google Arts & Culture project.
 
exhibition

From Imagination to Animation: Six Decades of Zagreb Film

A great multimedia exhibition in Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art entitled From Imagination to Animation: Six Decades of Zagreb Film is dedicated to famous works of art created within this institution founded in 1953, which has produced more than two thousand animated, documentary, educational and feature films, as well as commercials in the six decades of its existence. 
 
festival

Vector Hack Festival 2020

Vector Hack is an international bi-annual multimedia festival of analogue vector graphics taking place in October 2020, and bring together Croatian and international artists, programmers and engineers who use oscilloscopes and lasers in their audio-visual art.
 
presentation

The Best in Heritage 2020 digital edition

The Best in Heritage (Annual, global conference featuring award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects) 2020 edition was a journey that lasted for three months... 
 
exhibition

Ars et virtus: Croatia - Hungary. 800 years of common heritage

The exhibition 'Ars et virtus: Croatia - Hungary. 800 years of common heritage' is a joint project of the Hungarian National Museum (Budapest) and Klovićevi dvori Gallery (Zagreb).
 
exhibition

3rd Industrial Art Biennial – Ride into the Sun

The Industrial Art Biennial (IAB) is an international exhibition of contemporary art conceived as an experimental laboratory which with its starting point passes from the industrial topography of Istria and Rijeka, and reflects the phenomena which shaped the social and cultural landscape of the region, concentrating on the specific context of the three cities: Labin, Pula and Rijeka, also including their nearest neighbourhoods: Raša, Vodnjan and Opatija.
 
festival

Peculiar Families Festival in Split

City of Split will host its first, small, but proud, contemporary circus festival in September 2020. Peculiar Families Festival will bring together artists from three countries through six performances that will showcase the finest tricks of circus families from all over Europe in an intense four-day program.
 
announcements

'Father' in the running for ‘European Oscars’

The European Film Academy (EFA) has announced the first portion of the 36 of the best European fiction features that have been shortlisted for the ‘European Oscars’, among which is award-winning minority co-production 'Father' directed by Srdan Golubović, with Croatian producers Lana Matić and Boris T. Matić of Propeler Film.
 
screenings

Croatian animated films at 23rd Brussels Short Film Festival

Two blocks of recent Croatian animated films to screen as part of the ‘Travellings’ section at the Brussels Short Film Festival, held 2nd – 12th September.
 
screenings

Premieres of Croatian films at 13th Beldocs

The 13th edition of the Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival will be held 3rd to 10th Sept, on locations around Belgrade and online. White Christmas, directed by Josip Lukić, will have its world premiere at the festival, while the screening at Beldocs will mark a Serbian premiere for Nikolina Barić’s Doctor, I'm Going to My Grave. The festival opens with a screening of Croatian minority co-production Speak So I Can See You directed by Marija Stojnić. The festival’s industry section, held online, will present Funk Yu, a documentary-animated film in development directed by Franko Dujmić, featured in the Beldocs in Progress programme.
 
screenings

Rendez-Vous Au Cinema 2020

The sixth edition of the Rendez-vous au cinema programme, that promotes the French cinematography will be conducted from September 12th to October 11th in twenty independent cinemas across Croatia.
 
festival

History Film Festival - 4th Edition

History Film Festival is the only international festival in the world dedicated exclusively to history based documentary films. The festival focuses on socially engaged films which provide a critical review on issues of wide social relevance.
 
festival

The 8th edition of the Festival of World Literature

The 8th edition of the Festival of World Literature, which was launched by Fraktura Publishing House in 2013, will take place in Zagreb from 6 to 12 September in the format adjusted to the circumstances marked by the spread of coronavirus.
 
festival

The 25th Jubilee Edition of the Split Film Festival

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the 25th jubilee edition of the oldest-running international film festival in Croatia – the Split Film Festival / International Festival of New Film – will take place this September. In accordance with the current coronavirus protection guidelines, movie lovers will be able to enjoy the programme in the open-air cinema.
 
festival

11th Organ Vida Photography Festival – Hesitant Images

The 11th edition of Organ Vida focuses on the materiality of the image – the works that discuss and expand the understanding of representation.
 
festival

Touch Me Festival 2020

Touch Me is an international manifestation that explores the relationship between art and science, created under the concept of Olga Majcen Linn and Sunčica Ostoić. It has been held every three years since 2004 and is organized by KONTEJNER | bureau of contemporary art praxis.
 
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