Dec 7, 2021, 11:43
The Slovenian Organization of Authors and Publishers for Reproduction Rights (SAZOR) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GSZ) signed on Monday an agreement governing fees for photocopying copyrighted literature, scientific texts and journalistic work or their translations in companies.
Dec 6, 2021, 19:31
A task force dedicated to promoting sustainable dialogue with the representatives of the German-speaking community in Slovenia was in session for the second time on Monday. The focus was on the community's initiatives, including those to preserve their culture and language in education, the Culture Ministry said.
Dec 5, 2021, 13:53
The 37th Slovenian Book Fair, held online over the past two weeks, formally closed on Saturday evening with an awards ceremony. Art editor Pavle Učakar received the Schwenter Award for his contribution to publishing and Erica Johnson Debeljak's compelling book about widowhood received the Book of the Year Award.
Dec 5, 2021, 9:21
The Jury Grand Prix of the 18th Animateka international animated film festival was conferred on Impossible Figures and Other Stories I by Polish director Marta Pajek as the festival ended on Saturday with the awards ceremony. The award is given to a film competing in the Eastern and Central European section.
Dec 3, 2021, 21:21
The Culture Ministry has approved EUR 12.7 million in state co-funding for the city of Maribor's new centre that will host the main library, an art gallery and a cinema. The Rotovž Centre, estimated at around EUR 25 million, will be built in Rotovž Square in the city centre where Maribor's dilapidated library will be torn down.
Dec 3, 2021, 14:19
Kajetan Gantar, a translator of classical literature and philosophy, and Mirko Cuderman, a choir conductor, were declared the winners of the 2022 Prešeren Prizes, the highest national accolade for lifetime achievement in culture and arts.
Dec 3, 2021, 14:07
A collection of Slovenian cultural and natural heritage, folk tales, stories and traditions was presented on Friday as part of the Google Arts & Culture portal. "This project will give many people around the world the opportunity to hear about Slovenia's natural beauty, culture and unique features," said president Borut Pahor.