The exhibition celebrates the 115th anniversary of the founding of HKD Napredak and offers a retrospective of the society’s publications held by the National and University Library relevant to the society’s wealth of work in the field of culture, starting from the revival of the society in 1990 through to 2015. The exhibition catalogue features sixty-three bibliographic entries.
Kaye Dragicevich offers a look at some two hundred stories of Croatian immigrants to the north of New Zealand, accompanied by nine hundred authentic photographs. The book is the result of many years of research by the author and Frank Vinac, the son of an immigrant from the Croatian seaside town of Zaostrog.
The state secretary heading the State Office for Croats Abroad will convene the first session of the newly appointed council, the second round of appointments to a new term since 2013.
The emigrant gathering in Dubrovnik draws many ethnic Croatians from around the world
The Čipčić’s represented Angola at the games, with Maria Carmen and Marin taking home medals won in the 50-metre breaststroke event.
The festival on Unije island included a presentation of commendations by the event organisers, the City of Mali Lošinj and the local tourism board, the Slow Food Association of Unije, the local community committee and the Rijeka branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation.
One of the top medal winners of these games was Tomislav Klarić (33) from Adelaide. This is his third showing at the Croatian World Games. He picked up two medals in tennis: gold in the doubles and bronze in the singles competition.
The latest issue features a Swedish-Croatian folk costume pageant winner, the Zagreb Philharmonic’s tour of Argentina, the promotion of a monograph featuring Canadian artist of Croatian extraction Anton Cetín and much, much more.
This past year of Croatian language instruction in Berlin was attended by 187 boys and girls. The 2017/18 school year kicks off on the 11th of September
This Italian artist’s Venice exhibition is open for viewing at the gallery of the Dubrovnik branch office of the CHF through to the 11th of July.