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Cena članske izkaznice 20 EUR
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Creators, performers: Žigan Krajnčan, Kristyna Šajtošová, Kristijan Krajnčan, Tsarina Marinkova Krajnčan
Music: K. Krajnčan, L. van Beethoven, F. Chopin, F. Schubert, C. Debussy, S. Rachmaninov
Production: Exodos Ljubljana
Co-production: Cankarjev dom
With the support of the Municipality of Ljubljana, Department for Culture, and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia
Online media sponsor: Parada plesa
With the participation of: Eva Markun, Vesna Lemaić, Andrej Tomažin, Jurij Hudolin and Goran Janković; German guests: Anke Stelling, Jonas Lüscher, Laura Freudenthaler, Jovana Reisinger, as well as Kristine Listau, Jörg Sundermeier and Jessica Beer; Croatian guests: Nada Topić and Darko Šeparovića.
Festival LitLink, which has been organised in Croatia over the past several years, constitutes an alternative model of literary festivals. In addition to general audiences, the readings are attended by representatives of distinguished publishing houses, each time from a different country, and of major languages. Thus, these events aim at actively promoting literary translations from minor to major languages. So far, LitLink has helped jump-start the international careers of some popular Croatian literary names. This year, the festival’s Slovenian edition will feature readings by Slovenian and German authors in Ljubljana.
The Slovenian part of the festival is curated and hosted by Muanis Sinanović.
27 January: Hydraulics from Antiquity to the Present Day
Lecture by: Prof. Dr. Matevž Dular, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
12 February: Construction from Antiquity to the Present Day
Lecture by: Prof. Dr. Jernej Klemenc, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
The artefacts of ancient peoples’ technical solutions provide invaluable insight into the development of natural and technical sciences (mathematics, logic, hydraulics, construction, seamanship, building technology, etc.), which laid the foundations for today’s high-tech world. As illustrated by the IDEA exhibition, the areas of hydraulics and construction had considerable infrastructural significance already in antiquity. That is why we have decided to embark on a journey through time and delve into these scientific disciplines with the lectures: Hydraulics from Antiquity to the Present Day and Construction from Antiquity to the Present Day
Lectures by: Prof. Dr. Matevž Dular (hydraulics) and Prof. Dr. Jernej Klemenc (construction) (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana)
In cooperation with the Alumni Club of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Hydraulics and Construction from Antiquity to the Present Day
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