From November 2022 to November 2023

Surprising Life

Large natural history exhibition
In cooperation with the Slovenian Museum of Natural History

If the history of Earth were charted on a 24-hour clock, mankind would come into existence in the last seven seconds

The large natural history exhibition, the first of its kind in the history of Cankarjev dom, charts the evolution of Earth, from its formation 4.6 billion years ago, tracing its life forms and revealing the hidden, unusual, surprising life and natural events, often invisible to the human eye. 

The show provides an up-close and interactive look into evolution, from the formation of the planets to life on Earth, as well as individual natural environments characteristic of Slovenia (mountain, marine, karst worlds...), featuring animal and plant species that our posterity may no longer experience in their natural habitats. Slovenia has a turbulent geological history and a high level of biodiversity, which is changing much faster today, an effect caused also by humankind in irrevocably accelerating some processes that would otherwise take their natural course. 

Surprising Life devotes particular attention to educational programme aimed at primary and secondary school students, as well as adults. Planned in great detail and curriculum-focused, the schools programme offers learning opportunities for a range of educational needs. The guided tours and workshops will also take place in the Council of Europe Park outside Cankarjev dom.
 

As the last sighting of European hamster (Cricaetus cricaetus) in Slovenia was reported over two decades ago, this species is presumed to have become extinct in our geographical area.
 

Due to climate and forest change, the species range of one of Slovenia’s largest birds, the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), has decreased drastically.

Surprising Life

From November 2022 to November 2023
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13 Nov 2021 – 31 Mar 2022

Guided tours and workshops for pre-school and school groups: 14th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration

In cooperation with the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies – Illustration Section

Short (60-minute) exhibition tours with a workshop are offered to groups of children in kindergartens and the first and second triads of primary school, and guided tours (60-minute) with worksheets are organised for groups of children in the third triad of primary school and secondary school students.
 

For kindergartens and schoolchildren in the first triad of primary school
Drawing Postcards
The children first see the exhibition, stopping at various exhibits and this year's award-winning works. The guide asks questions about illustration (what it is, where it is found, which ones they like...). After the introductory part, the children listen to a fairy tale by Manica K. Musil: Lev Izidor. The reading is followed by a workshop; Children get blank postcards and draw their own illustrations. They send postcards to their grandmothers and grandfathers, or friends.
Admission: EUR 5 
Free of charge for teachers
 

For schoolchildren in the second triad of primary school
A Stroll Among Illustrations
Guided tour of the exhibition with worksheets and a workshop
Children see the exhibition with a guide. They discover the history of the Biennial, devote special attention to illustration (genres, history, etc.) and learn about the award winners. In the end, they complete their worksheets and draw "their own illustrations" on blank postcards. The children send the postcards to their grandmothers and grandfathers, or friends.
Admission: EUR 3 
Surcharge for a guided tour: EUR 20 /group
Free of charge for teachers


For schoolchildren in the third triad of primary school and high school students
It's All Illustration
Guided tour of the exhibition with worksheets
The tour guide gives an outline of the Biennial and its history, as well as the award winners, devotes attention to the history of Slovenian illustration and its role in today’s society. The guide presents different genres of illustration, and talks about the work of contemporary illustrators, the techniques and methods they utilize, etc.
Admission: EUR 3 
Surcharge for a guided tour: EUR 20 /group
Free of charge for teachers

Guided tours by prior arrangement only. For bookings please contact:  kristina.jermancic@cd-cc.si

 

Guided tours and workshops for pre-school and school groups: 14th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration

13 Nov 2021 – 31 Mar 2022
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Guided tours by prior arrangement only. For bookings please contact: kristina.jermancic@cd-cc.si

21 Apr – 2 Oct 2022

Outside the Frame

An Exhibition of Art of the 1930s
In cooperation with the Božidar Jakac Gallery, Kostanjevica na Krki

Author of the exhibition : dr. Asta Vrečko
CD Project Manager: Katarina Hergouth


The Outside the Frame exhibition is dedicated to the Independent Group of Slovenian Artists comprising fourteen major Slovenian artists: Zoran Didek, Boris Kalin, Zdenko Kalin, Stane Kregar, France Mihelič, Zoran Mušič, Nikolaj Omersa, France Pavlovec, Nikolaj Pirnat, Marij Pregelj, Karel Putrih, Maksim Sedej, Frančišek Smerdu and Evgen Sajovic. The Independent artists left a deep imprint on interwar art, and then played a prominent role in post-war art and culture, becoming the first professors at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts. 
The works, some of which are presented to the public for the first time, come from both public and private art collections; Cankarjev dom’s exhibition is the first in-depth public showcase of the collective.

The Independents studied at the academies in Zagreb or Prague. They set out on their professional careers in a time fraught with economic crisis and a strained political situation in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. These young artists formed a group that allowed them to jointly organise exhibitions, fight for artists’ rights, advocate the establishment of the Museum of Modern Art and the Academy of Fine Arts, as well as acquisition of artworks, publish articles in newspapers and magazines, organise art dances and plan study trips. As a collective, they worked most actively between 1937 and 1941, when the war broke out in Yugoslavia. Both the group’s activities and individual artworks stand out prominently from concurrent artistic output. Artistically, the Independents were drawn to the movements of moderate modernism and followed the general shift towards realism within Yugoslav and European art. Their promising careers were cut short by WWII. At that time the problem of national artistic expression was the main objective pursued by art in relation to political and social developments. One of the principal aims in the work of the Independents was the search for an independent (Slovenian) artistic expression. The undeniable fact that several of the works today enjoying cult status were premiered at their exhibitions testifies to the great artistry and continuing relevance of the Independent Artists who today rank among the leading names in 20th-century Slovenian and Yugoslav art. The exhibition includes seventy artworks and extensive documentary materials. Many of the works are on public view for the first time (in about 80 years since their creation). 

In addition to the Božidar Jakac Art Museum collection, artworks and materials were generously loaned by: the National Museum of Modern Art, Zagreb, the Museum of Modern Art, the City Museum Ljubljana (MGML), the Art Gallery Maribor, the National Gallery, the Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, the Bela Krajina Museum Metlika, the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia, the National and University Library, St. Stanislaus Institute, Antikvitete Novak, Lah Contemporary, Galerija in dražbena hiša SLOART and various private collectors. 
The visual identity for the exhibition was created in cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana, which organized a student competition. The winners (Aja Vogrinčič, Juš Pustoslemšek, Matej Pavšek) created an overall visual identity for the exhibition. All competition entries are on view at Cankarjev dom.

We’re a mirror of the times, look at yourself in us! Nikolaj Pirnat

There’s always people who cleanse this new thing and make it probable. Since one has to believe in something. Zoran Mušič

Accompanying programme
As the Independents were greatly involved in the cultural and artistic scene of the time, the main thread of the accompanying programme is an illuminating insight into the era, the cultural, artistic and social backdrop to the work of the Independents, i.e., the 1930s and the first half of the 1940s, with an emphasis on Ljubljana, but in connection with other cultural hubs, e.g., Zagreb, Maribor, Ptuj, Celje, where the artists also worked. As well as the featured topics, several other areas of culture and the arts, including architecture, theatre, music, fashion, media and everyday life in Ljubljana, are examined in connection with fine art. In this context, the work of the Independents is explored also beyond the gallery walls, by highlighting some of the venues in Ljubljana associated with the group.


17 May 2022, CD Club 
International Symposium: Fine Arts in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia 

4 May – 12 June, CD Small Gallery
Plečnik's Ljubljana in Old Photographs
In cooperation with the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO)
In the year that marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of architect Jože Plečnik, the photography exhibition aims to thematize the metamorphoses of the city.

 

Outside the Frame

21 Apr – 2 Oct 2022
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6,00 EUR

4,00 EUR * * EUR for younger than 25 and older than 65, as well as pensioners, discounted prices for the lowest seat category

5% discount on online purchases cd-cc.si

Children aged 6 and under free of charge
Admission for adults: 6 EUR/person 
Discounted tickets: EUR 4 /person (*visitors aged under 25 and over 65)
Surcharge for guided tours (for groups of more than ten persons): admission + surcharge EUR 20 /group
Public guided tours admission, NO extra charge 
Tours with commentary admission + surcharge EUR 2 /person
Guided tours for groups EUR 20 / group (+ admission)
Guided tours for school groups EUR 3 / person + surcharge EUR 20 /group 
Catalogue: EUR 10 

Group bookings:
Kristina Jermančič Golc
E stiki@cd-cc.si  T 01 24 17 161
 

In cooperation with the Božidar Jakac Gallery, Kostanjevica na Krki

Past event
16 Nov 2021 - 31 Mar 2022

14th Biennial of Slovenian Illustration

Cankarjev dom has been organizing the Biennial of Slovenian Illustration together with the Union of Slovenian Fine Arts Associations – ZDSLU since 1993. This comprehensive overview of Slovenian illustration has been bringing together older and younger generations of illustrators for more than a quarter-century. The Hinko Smrekar award, as well as Hinko Smrekar plaques and accolades recognize the achievements of Slovenian illustrations.

Maintaining high standards of creativity and testifying to the excellence of Slovenian illustration, the event showcases new artistic approaches and the latest methods and techniques employed in illustration: re-imagined painting techniques, illustration incorporating elements of film, comic strip, animated film, electronic media and other advanced technologies.

The exhibition thus provides an invaluable platform for recognising the importance of illustration, an artform decisively co-shaping – in its major children’s book segment – the visual perception and understanding of young readers, and having a responsible role in education – as a pictorial language co-creating human consciousness and enhancing the development of artistic sensibility.

Previous winners of the Hinko Smrekar Award – the Biennial’s main prize – are: Marija Lucija Stupica (two-time winner), Dušan Muc, Rudi Skočir, Zvonko Čoh, Jelka Godec Schmidt, Alenka Sottler, Kostja Gatnik, Danijel Demšar, Peter Škerl, Hana Stupica, Damijan Stepančič and Milan Erič.


The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive catalogue featuring all participating artists and the Lifetime Achievement Award laureate. The Biennial’s visual identity is based on an illustration by the last recipient of the Hinko Smrekar Award, this time Milan Erič’s.

 

14th Biennial of Slovenian Illustration

16 Nov 2021 - 31 Mar 2022
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5,00 EUR

3,00 EUR *

CD Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

In coproduction with the Union of Slovenian Fine Arts Associations – Illustration Division

Cene vstopnic

Do 6. leta brezplačno
Vstopnica odrasli: 5 EUR/osebo
Vstopnica znižana: 3 EUR/osebo (*mlajši od 25 in starejši od 65 let)

Vodenje doplačilo (za skupino več kot desetih oseb): cena vstopnice + doplačilo 20 EUR/skupino
Javno vodenje cena vstopnice, BREZ doplačila
Komentirani ogled cena vstopnice + doplačilo 2 €/osebo

Otroška delavnica z ogledom razstave (od 4. do 8. leta): 5 EUR/osebo
Katalog: 10 EUR

 

Galerija je odprta od 10. do 19., ob četrtkih od 10. do 21., ob nedeljah od 10. do 18. ure.

Past event
16 June - 1 Nov 2021

Joco Žnidaršič: The Breakup Years

A solo photography exhibition marking the 30th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Slovenia

Slovenia’s legendary photojournalist Joco Žnidaršič belongs to the country’s oldest generation of photographers. As long-standing photography editor at a major national newspaper, he played a vital role in fostering visual sensibility in journalists, establishing high standards of press photography and encouraging young generations of photographers who worked for the Delo daily. The thirtieth anniversary of Slovenia's declaration of independence is an ideal opportunity to delve into Joco’s extensive oeuvre and display a representative selection of photos made during 1988–91 with a view to presenting how his images served to record the period that ushered the country into an age of great societal change. With his camera, Joco recorded virtually all watershed moments in those breakup years: from the JBTZ affair and massive demonstrations in the Congress Square, the Republic Square rally, Gorbachev in Slovenia and the last Congress of the League of Communists, the rallies for Slovenia, the referendum and the presidential elections, to the Brioni Agreement and the beginning of war. In some cases, when no other photographer was in the field, Žnidaršič had access to exclusive news: these pictures have a special documentary and archival value. In addition to famous historical scenes, the exhibition features a series of photographs that reveal, with exceptional visual eloquence and sensitivity, the photographer’s true humanistic character.

Born on 20 March 1938 in Šoštanj, Joco Žnidaršič graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in Ljubljana in 1963. He became involved in press and art photography during his studies and later devoted himself entirely to this pursuit. He worked as a photojournalist for the Študentska tribuna, TT and Tovariš, and from 1974 until his retirement, as a picture editor for the newspaper Delo.
In addition to his journalistic/photojournalistic work for newspapers and magazines, his output includes a series of excellent photography monographs that earned him recognition as one of Slovenia’s most prominent art and news photographers. His most notable photography monographs include: Foto Joco Žnidaršič, Ljubljana, Bohinj, Slovenski vinogradi, Pot k očetu (Himalayan travelogue), Dobimo se na tržnici, Golf na Slovenskem, Deset let je Slovenija država, Moja Slovenija, Lipicanci, Najlepša pot zeleni prstan Ljubljane and Ljubljana lepa in prijazna, which received widespread critical praise and favourable reception from the reading audiences.

He co-authored and edited another twenty photography monographs, most notably Zakladi Slovenije, Vojna za Slovenijo, Lepa Slovenija, Planica (Parts I and II) and Slovenija lepotica Evrope.
Joco Žnidaršič holds the title of Master Photographer of EFIAP, the highest distinction of the International Federation of Photographic Art. He has won more than fifty national and foreign awards and distinctions, including the Prešeren Fund Award, the Župančič Prize, the Puhar Lifetime Achievement Plaque, and Consortium Veritatis – the highest Slovenian award for achievements in journalism. He is the first Slovenian recipient of the "World Press Photo" prize. In 2009, the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Danilo Turk, awarded him the "Golden Order of Merit" for lifetime achievements in photography and for his great contribution to the visibility of Slovenia. In 2013, he was awarded the City of Ljubljana Prize, and in 2017 the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, presented him with the "National Order of Merit" in recognition of his services in building national identity as a co-creator of and contributor to the “Slovenia my Homeland” campaign. He works as a freelance photojournalist and is co-owner of Veduta AŽ, d.o.o., which publishes photography monographs.

 

 

Joco Žnidaršič: The Breakup Years

16 June - 1 Nov 2021
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6,00 EUR

4,00 EUR * * EUR for younger than 25 and older than 65, as well as pensioners, discounted prices for the lowest seat category

Exhibition opening hours 10.00 – 19.00, Thursday 10.00 – 21.00, Sunday 10.00 – 18.00. The entrance to all exhibition areas is from Prešernova Street.

In cooperation with
National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia

Exhibition concept
Irena Uršič
Ali Žerdin, PhD
Barbara Čeferin

Selection of photographs
Irena Uršič
Ali Žerdin, PhD
Joco Žnidaršič

Texts
Ali Žerdin, PhD

Graphic design and exhibition layout
Katarina Štok Pretnar

Donor
Fotoformat, Ljubljana

The exhibition is held under the honorary patronage of the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor.

Past event
Until 9 May 2021

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Tête à tête

The exhibition of photographic portraits extended to 9 May due to popular demand

In accordance with the measures adopted to contain the spread of COVID-19 epidemic Cankarjev dom has cancelled or rescheduled all events, exhibitions reopened.

More about cancelled or postponed events >>


 


 

 

During his long career Henri Cartier-Bresson realised several hundreds of portraits, of famous personalities as well as unknowns. The exhibition comprises 121 portraits which he selected from among the negatives for his book Tête à Tête (1998). The earliest images from this series date from the thirties, the period during which he bought his first Leica and travelled around Europe with his friend André Pieyre de Mandiargues. This was when he started to define his photographic style.

All these portraits reflect the twentieth century, the richness of HCB’s work and his taste for literature and painting: from Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Simone de Beauvoir in the forties, through Marilyn Monroe, Alberto Giacometti and Coco Chanel in the sixties to Robert Doisneau in 1986. 

Through these portraits Henri Cartier-Bresson succeeds in capturing in one second the eternity of the eye, the “inner silence of a willing victim”.

In cooperation with the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, Paris

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Tête à tête

Until 9 May 2021
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6,00 EUR

4,00 EUR * * EUR for younger than 25 and older than 65, as well as pensioners

Admission
• Single ticket: EUR 6 and 4*
• Family ticket: EUR 14 (max. 2 adults and 4 children aged under 15)
• Children aged under 6 – free of charge


 

• School groups: EUR 3/person
• Groups of visitors aged under 25 or 65+: EUR 3.50/person
• Organised groups (adults): EUR 5/person

• Guided tour / workshop: surcharge EUR 20/group
• Public guided tours: NO surcharge
• Tour with commentary: surcharge of EUR 2/person

Past event
11 Oct 2019 19:30

Blue 2: Reflections

Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Hossein Pishkar

Soloist: Jaka Mihelač, baritone

Programme
Leon Firšt, Refleksije*
Gustav Mahler, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Jean Sibelius, Symphony No 1 in E minor, Op. 39

* First performance, commissioned by the Slovenian Philharmonic

 

Thirty-one-year-old Iranian conductor Hossein Pishkar won the German Conductors’ Award (Deutscher Dirigentenpreis) in 2017 as well as the Ernst von Schuch Prize. After studying the piano and composition in Tehran, he moved to Germany in 2012 to study conducting with Rüdiger Bohn, subsequently attending masterclasses with Riccardo Muti, Bernard Haitink and other renowned conductors. He gained experience as an assistant conductor with Hermann Bäumer, Sylvain Cambreling and Daniel Raiskin, performing operatic and symphonic works.

The programme of his debut with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra will open with a new work by young Slovenian composer Leon Firšt. In his composition Refleksije (Reflections), the award-winning composer draws thematic material from the piano preludes by Lucijan Marija Škerjanc, as well as from his own compositions. This will be followed by Gustav Mahler’s four songs Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a Wayfarer), which the famous conductor and late-Romantic composer based on his own texts. Mahler reworked the sonic concept of the songs several times, conducting the premiere performance of the orchestral version in 1897. The concert will be rounded off by Jean Sibelius’s Symphony in E minor, the first of seven symphonies by the most important Finnish composer. It features numerous solo passages within the orchestra, beginning with a long introductory clarinet solo.
 

 

Blue 2: Reflections

10 Oct 2019 19:30
11 Oct 2019 19:30
10 Oct 2019 19:30
11 Oct 2019 19:30
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10, 14, 18, 22 EUR

5% discount on online purchases cd-cc.si

CD Gallery

6 Jun 2019 - 9 Aug 2020

Idea

Ancient Greek Science and Technology


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>>

 

Experience the exhibition with an audio guide.

On the anniversary of the birth of France Prešeren, on Tuesday, 3 December, tickets to the CD Gallery will be available at a uniform reduced price of EUR 4 per person.

The exhibition illustrates the inseparable connection between the development of Greek science and technology, focusing on mathematics, physics, astronomy and medicine among the scientific disciplines, and achievements in engineering, shipbuilding, architecture, telecommunications, hydraulics and the development of automatic machines and measuring devices in the field of technology.

Some of the most compelling showcased technical areas include architecture and construction technology, mathematics or geometry with Archimedean solids and Pythagorean theorem, mechanics with Archimedes’ screw, telecommunications with the hydraulic telegraph, astronomy and the famous mechanism from the island of Antikythera, automata and mobile automatic theatre, as well as music with hydraulis or water organ.  

The ancient Greeks’ most significant and long-lasting contributions to Western science and philosophy stemmed from their deeply inquisitive and curios mind. Great thinkers like Socrates (470–399 BC), Plato (427–347 BC) and Aristotle (384–322 BC) examined the issues that have puzzled mankind since time immemorial and discussed the questions of our origins, our future and whether pondering on these concerns is of any consequence.

The exhibition’s 3D-animations, interactive applications as well as replicas and scale models of ancient instruments help viewers gain an insight into the vast reservoir of technical knowledge acquired during the centuries of continuous Greek prosperity and development, which radically changed human life in several areas.

The exhibition also provides a platform for documenting, studying and presenting the vast reservoir of technical knowledge acquired during the centuries of continuous Greek prosperity and development.

Idea

6 Jun 2019 - 9 Aug 2020
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4 EUR

Children until the age of 6 free of charge; families (at least one adult and one child until the age of 18) EUR 4 per person

 

Group admission
Groups (10 to 25 persons): preschools, schools and younger than 25, seniors 65 + or pensioners
EUR 3 per person
Other groups
EUR 6 per person
Guide or workshop surcharge
EUR 20 per group
Group bookings stiki@cd-cc.si

In cooperation with NOESIS – Thessaloniki Science Centre and Technology Museum

Damijan Stepančič Hinko Smrekar Award
Past event
27 Mar 2019 20:00

13th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration

In collaboration with ZDSLU - Illustration sector.

In collaboration with ZDSLU - illustration section.

The exhibition and shop opening hours: Monday–Saturday between 10am and 7pm, Sundays and holidays until 6pm. 

During the euroPD Congress, to take place at Cankarjev dom between 3 and 5 May 2019, access to the CD Gallery and VIVO restaurant will only be available through the Employee Entrance from Prešernova Street. We regret to inform you that Peter Gedei’s Subterranean Worlds photo exhibition, displayed in the Small Gallery, as well as the Art Critics Choice and Designers Society of Slovenia showcases held in Foyer I will be closed to the public.

The 13th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration, on display at the CD Gallery, will close at 16.00 on 7 May due to the presentation of the Transgeneration Awards. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

 

A central overview of Slovenian illustration, the Biennial unites older and younger generations of illustrators employing diverse artistic methods and rewards their finest achievements with the Hinko Smrekar Award, as well as the Smrekar distinctions and accolades. Maintaining high standards of creativity and testifying to the excellence of Slovenian illustration, the event showcases the latest artistic methods and techniques employed in illustration: re-imagined painting techniques, illustration incorporating elements of film, comic strip, animated film, electronic media and other advanced technologies.

The show thus provides an invaluable platform for recognising the importance of illustration, an artform decisively co-shaping – in its major children’s book segment – the visual perception and understanding of young readers, and having a responsible role in education – as a pictorial language co-creating human consciousness and crucially influencing mental development.

Jury members selecting the artists and awarding prizes include:

Monika Ivančič Fajfar, Sarival Sosič, PhD, Radovan Jenko, Peter Škerl, Nina Pirnat Spahić

 

The 13th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration participants:

Ana Baraga, Marta Bartolj, Kristina Bastelj, Julijana Božič, Suzi Bricelj, Anamarija Bukovec, Hana Černivec, Zvonko Čoh, Bojana Dimitrovski, Tina Dobrajc, Jure Engelsberger, Milan Erič, Bibi Erjavec, Ančka Gošnik Godec, Miha Hančič, Aleksander Jankovič Potočnik, Adriano Janežič, Hana Jesih, Maja Kastelic, Mateja Kavčič, Semira Kentrić, Manica Klenovšek Musil, Matej Kocjan – Koco, Anka Kočevar, Tanja Komadina, Špela Košir, Jernej Kovač Myint, Maša Kozjek, David Krančan, Polona Kunaver Ličen, Vladimir Leben, David Ličen, Polona Lovšin, Maja Lubi, Mirko Malle, Matija Medved, Zarja Menart, Teja Milavec, Ivan Mitrevski, Eva Mlinar, Dušan Muc, Marija Nabernik, Irena Ocepek, Silvan Omerzu, Andreja Peklar, Maja Poljanc, Lila Prap, Arjan Pregl, Marija Prelog, Tereza Prepadnik, Petra Preželj, Maša P. Žmitek, Ana Razpotnik Donati, Anja Rupar, Liana Saje Wang, Luka Seme, Daša Simčič, Iztok Sitar, Alenka Sottler, Alenka Spacal, Hana Stupica, Matej Stupica, Igor Šinkovec, Gregor Štrukelj, Maja Šubic, Tibor Tekavec, Gorazd Vahen, Žarko Vrezec, Huiqin Wang, Meta Wraber, Sanja Zamuda, Ana Zavadlav

13th Slovenian Biennial of Illustration

27 Mar 2019 20:00
27 Mar 2019 20:00
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5 EUR

5% discount on online purchases cd-cc.si

Admission
Children until the age of 6 free of charge
Tickets EUR 5 and EUR 3* / person (*younger than 25 and older than 65)

Catalogue Slo/Eng: EUR 10 
Small poster: EUR 1 
Large poster: EUR 1.5

Guided tours for adults
Guided tour (for groups of more than 10 people): admission + EUR 20 guide surcharge / group
Information and booking: Tina Kralj E stiki@cd-cc.si P 01 24 17 327

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