Talks on Yugoslavia in Krsmanović House
Part of the exhibition: The Day Worth a Century – 1 XII 1918
The Museum of Yugoslavia is pleased to invite you to talk about how museums marked the centenary of the creation of the former common state of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes/Yugoslavia on Wednesday, April 24 at 18:00.
The venue is Krsmanović house (Terazije 34), where on December 1, 1918, the creation of the joint state was proclaimed. The program is a synergy of the regular program, Talks on Yugoslavia: Introduction to Post-Yugoslav Studies, and the accompanying program of the exhibition The Day Worth a Century, which opened on December 1, 2018 in the Palace of Serbia.
Participants: Jože Podpečnik (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Andreja Smetko (Zagreb, Croatia), Dr Aleksandar Horvat (Novi Sad, Serbia), Veselinka Kastratović Ristić (Belgrade, Serbia), Radovan Cukić (Belgrade, Serbia), Dr Zoran Bajin (Belgrade, Serbia).
About the participants:
Jože Podpečnik, a curator of the National Museum of Slovenia and the author of the exhibition 33 Days – the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs in the National Museum of Slovenia.
Andreja Smetko, a senior curator of the Croatian History Museum and the author of the exhibition 1918 – a Turning Point for Croatia at the Croatian History Museum.
Dr Aleksandar Horvat, a curator of the Museum of Vojvodina and associate for the exhibition of the Museum of Annexation 1918, opened within the Museum of Vojvodina.
Veselinka Kastratović Ristić, a museum adviser of the Museum of Yugoslavia and co-author of the exhibition The Day Worth a Century – 1 XII 1918.
Radovan Cukić, a curator of the Museum of Yugoslavia and co-author of the exhibition The Day Worth a Century – 1 XII 1918.
Zoran Bajin, PhD, a historian, University Library Svetozar Marković, co-author of the exhibition The Day Worth a Century – 1 XII 1918.
- Day: 24.04-24.04.2019
- Time: 18:00
- Capacity: 100
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