The exhibition “From Christmas to Christmas – Folk Devotion of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina” by ethnologist and Carmelite dr.sc. co. Zvonko Martić can be viewed on Matica’s website. The exhibition is bilingual, in Croatian and English, and is accompanied by a bilingual catalog.
La exposición con las obras donadas por Anton Cetín al Museo de la ciudad de Varaždin puede visitarse hasta el 27 de septiembre de este año. La autora de la concepción profesional y la exposición artística es la custodia Elizabeta Igrec.
The five-day workshop was led by academy educated film director Ivan Mokrović, and a film created by the participants was screened at the close of the festival.
Robert Skenderović of the Croatian Institute of History gave a lecture on Ivan Antunović, the first activity of this kind at the CHF following the recent earthquake in Zagreb and the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic scare.
The Nikola Tesla Association: Genius for the Future staged Tesla & Friends, a three-day event that celebrated the 164th anniversary of the birth of Tesla and included the 7th Nikola Tesla Day of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The recording of Lipa Mara was posted to the Internet on the Popular Social Ensemble channel of the “YouTube” content platform to mark St Lucy feast day in the village of Mundimitar (Montemitro). This year the traditional festival in honour of the saint could not be staged, so the ethnic community in the Molise enclave chose to celebrate their Croatian roots through this recording.
On hand for the donation ceremony were the heads of ACAP Zagreb, the management of the Clinical Hospital Centre in Zagreb and the Petrova clinic, representatives of the Croatian health ministry, state secretary at the State Office for Croats Abroad Zvonko Milas, and W. Robert Kohorst, the ambassador of the United States of America to Croatia.
Taking part in this spring’s semester were ten students from around the world (Argentina, Hungary, the Netherlands, Australia, the USA, Italy, Germany, Sweden and Qatar), six of which were recipients of financial assistance provided through the State Office for Croats Abroad.
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The latest issue of Matica magazine offers some one hundred illustrations and a broad range of articles on ethnic Croatian communities abroad, all set against the backdrop of the current pandemic trepidation associated with SARS-CoV-2, and the earthquake in Zagreb