An exhibition featuring the paintings of artist Friar Petar Perica Vidić opened at the CHF to mark the artist’s eightieth birthday.
Author Ščukanec presents a sociolinguistic picture derived from an analysis of the language biographies of the study respondents, framed within the broader historical and geographic context.
Some of the Easter eggs currently on display will later be exhibited on the main square of Draganić near Karlovac, Brno in Czechia and the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, and one has been donated to the Hungarian town of Csurgó.
The cover photo features the Za Križen procession from the feature article on this unique Easter tradition on Hvar island, inscribed in the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage
Isacio Pérez Fernández’s The Name, Life and Adventures of the ‘Anonymous Conqueror’ Vinko Paletin, Author of the Narratives on New Spain has been translated from Spanish into Croatia by Tuga Tarle and published by Matrix Croatica in its Historia Series
The exhibition was opened by Caroline Spivak, the founder of the Croatian Women’s Network, and showcases the amazing work of artists Iva Batistić, Ivana Tkalčić (winner of the 2018 Croatian Women of Influence Award) and Nada Franka Čakar
A three-member CHF delegation was on hand for the opening of the Croatian House in the medieval palace in the historical core of Pécs
This is an on-line course teaching Croatian as a second and foreign language that emerged from a collaborative effort by the Croatian Heritage Foundation, the University of Zagreb, and the University of Zagreb’s SRCE University Computing Centre, with the support of the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education.