Umreženi identiteti (Networked Identities) is a three hundred page collection of publicist works published by the CHF. To date the author has published several hundred reviews and feuilletons in Croatian and English in magazines and miscellanies published in Croatia and abroad, a monograph and her work in Croatian dailies and weeklies. She has also collaborated in with state operated broadcaster Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT).
In the latest issue read all about the Croatian Minorities Forum, the CHF at Interliber, Christmas customs in the town of Hrvatska Kostajnica, interviews with Ivo Jelušić, Mladen Pejnović, Darija Marjanović and much, much more.
Croatian Associations in Slovenia and Slovenian Associations in Croatia: Engaging Youth and a Vision for the Future
The round table was organised by the CHF, the Institute for Slovenian Emigrants of the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Institute for Ethnic Studies of Ljubljana, the Association for the Development of Voluntary Work of Novo Mesto and the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies of Zagreb.
The Vojvodina-based designer’s exhibition opened at the CHF Pula gallery, with academy educated painter of Croatian-Italian extraction Igor (Medović) Gustini giving an analysis of Vuković’s many fascinating posters.
On November 30th the CHF and the Municipality of Pinkovac (Güttenbach) in Gradišće (Austria) played host to the 2nd meeting of the representatives of Best Villages; from Martinci and Petrovo Selo in Hungary, Tavankut in Vojvodina and Mjenovo in Austria. These are villages that have received the CHF’s annual Best Village award from 1996 to 2007.
The books of Óscar Barrientos Bradasic were the subject of a presentation at this year’s Interliber book fair by translator Željka Lovrenčić and editor Grozdana Cvitan, who lauded in particular his short stories.
The CHF staged very well visited round tables with nine literary programmes that included the participation of fifteen authors, editors and publishers such as Stjepan Blažetin (Pécs), Tomislav Žigmanov, Slaven Bačić, Katarina Čeliković (Subotica), this years CHF laureate publicist Petar Tyran (Vienna), Ljerka Totch Naumova (Skopje), Vladimir Jakopanec (Melbourne) and others.
In the latest issue read all about the one hundredth anniversary of the Croatian church of Sts Cyril and Methodius in New York, a folklore review in Germany’s Filderstadt and the Allegory and Arcadia exhibition at Zagreb’s Klovićevi Dvori gallery.
Restlessness Without a Name, a collection of poems published by KLD Rešetari and the CHF was presented at the CHF stand at Interliber. The volume was presented by CHF director Marin Knezović MSc, Professor Sanja Vulić DSc and Totch-Naumova, joined by Ljerka Galic in recitals from the book.
Performing on the stage erected on the Avenue De Mayo were the Proljeće folklore dance ensemble, the Little School, the Valovi women’s klapa band, the Zrinski group and Tango HR from San Justo, Vjetar i More from Comodoro Rivadavia, soprano Greta Ciklić of Cordoba and the Jorgovan ensemble of Dock Sud.