You are cordially invited to visit our exhibitions
Cankarjev dom exhibitions are open Monday through Saturday between 12.00 and 19.00. Sundays closed.
The CD Gallery and other exhibition areas can be accessed through the employee entrance from Prešernova Street (Council of Europe Park).
In compliance with the guidelines of the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) on the gradual re-opening of museums, galleries and other exhibition areas visitors are required to observe the following instructions:
- REFRAIN FROM VISITING IF YOU EXPERIENCE SYMPTOMS OF INFECTION
Only respiratory infection symptom-free visitors may enter Cankarjev dom. Please use a hand sanitizer before entering an exhibition area and observe the respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette.
- WEAR OWN PROTECTIVE MASK
Visitors are required to wear their own protective masks throughout the premises of Cankarjev dom.
- DIRECTION OF VISIT
The floor-marked trails, following the logical progression of exhibition whilst minimising contact among visitors, will take you on a tour of each exhibition.
- PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH EXHIBITS OR DISPLAY ITEMS
In light of current circumstances, visitors are requested to strictly observe the rules prohibiting the touching of exhibits or other elements in exhibition areas.
- MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE OF 2 m
- VISIT IN SMALL GROUPS
Visitors may enter the exhibition areas individually, as families or in small groups (up to 3 persons).
- NON-CASH PAYMENT
It is strongly recommended that the admission and any other gallery shop items be paid cashlessly. It is not permitted to browse the gallery shop publications.
- PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS NOT PERMITTED TO SIT ON BENCHES OR LOITER IN EXHIBITION AREAS.
Until further notice, no guided tours will take place at Cankarjev dom.
Health comes first. Let’s stay apart so that we can soon get back together.
Thank you for your understanding!
The following admission-free exhibitions are on display:
Grand Reception Hall: We Are Young and Alive, commemorating the centennial of the School of Architecture in Ljubljana;
• Design display Widows and a Bastard (in cooperation with the Brumen Foundation),
• Design Identity exhibition on Biopolimer, a project by designers Julija Karas and Neža Medved,
• Art Critics’ Choice – Ivo Mršnik. Art critic: Iza Pevec, and
Small Gallery: Aleš Bravničar's photo exhibition, Goddesses.
The large-scale show in the CD Gallery, Idea – Ancient Greek Science and Technology, is on view at a reduced, uniform admission price of EUR 4 /person.
Please observe all safety precautions and instructions.