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Arts Jun 14, 2019, 13:30

Idrija celebrates its lace making heritage

The annual Festival of Idrija Bobbin Lace will kick off on Friday evening with an opening ceremony in the western Slovenian town, paying tribute to its unique lace making tradition. The three-day celebration of one of the most famous Slovenian crafts will feature more than 40 various events for all ages.

Arts Jun 14, 2019, 11:22

European archaeological heritage celebrated in Slovenia

The European Archaeology Days will be celebrated in Slovenia for the first time this year. More than 20 events will take place between 14 and 16 June, honouring archaeological heritage and presenting it to the public under the slogan You've Got a Date with Your History.

Arts Jun 13, 2019, 15:31

Levstik children's books prize goes to Novak and Godec Schmidt

Poet, writer and playwright Boris A. Novak and illustrator Jelka Godec Schmidt are the recipients of this year's Levstik Prizes for lifetime achievement in children's literature. The two were also honoured with memorial plaques in front of Ljubljana's Konzorcij bookstore.

Arts Jun 12, 2019, 16:15

Cankarjev Dom showcases science of Ancient Greece

An exhibition showcasing the development of science and innovation in Ancient Greece through a series of scientific and technological discoveries and artistic achievements is being launched at Cankarjev Dom tonight in what the Ljubljana arts centre touts as its major show this year.

Arts Jun 11, 2019, 21:30

Poets, critics, translators join forces for Pranger festival

Martina Potisk was declared the winner of this year's Stritar Prize for up-and-coming literary critics, as the 16th Pranger festival of poetry, literary criticism and translation got under way in Ljubljana, Rogaška Slatina and Šmarje pri Jelšah on Tuesday evening.

Politics Jun 11, 2019, 17:08

Situation at Rog squat coming to a head, city sets up construction site

After wining an important legal battle against the users of Ljubljana's Rog squat, the city has set up a construction site outside the former bicycle factory's southern wall. Speaking of the mayor's "might is right approach", the users of the centre insist on participating in plans for Rog's renovation and "will defend Rog just like in 2016".