A round table on the Croatian-Australian archaeological research at Bribirska Glavica featured presentations by historians, archaeologists and museum experts from Sydney, Oslo, Zagreb, Šibenik, Zadar and Split.
Stepinac’s Way of the Cross is an exhibition of photographs opened at Dubrovnik branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation, organised by the CHF Dubrovnik and the Croatian Diaspora Association of Zagreb. The exhibition is open to the public through to the 8th of April.
The pupils, accompanied by their teacher Ana Šarčević, learned about the culture of the towns of Split, Trogir and the island of Hvar. The field trip would not have been possible without the selfless efforts of Branka Bezić Filipović, the head of the Split branch office of the CHF, and the sponsors that covered the children’s travel costs.
In the latest issue of Matica magazine also read all about the inauguration of Croatia’s new President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, the presentation of the 2015 Croatian Emigrant Almanac, the Croatian community in Texas, carnival horseback riding in Vinkovci and much, much more.
Thanks to Sina Kreković, the widow of Kristijan Kreković, and art historian Ljerka Galic of the CHF, as of this spring the town of Perušić will be home to a permanent gallery exhibition of thirty-three works of art by this world-renowned painter.
Thanks to the collaboration of the Museum of Lika in the town of Gospić and the CHF of Zagreb, the museum’s director Vesna Bunčić on the 10th of February signed an agreement with Darko Ivić, the representative of the Croatian Conservation Institute, on the permanent holding of thirty-three paintings by Croatian emigrant painter Kristijan Kreković.
In the latest issue read all about the Tesla exhibition at the Mimara Museum, Kolinda Grabar Kitarović’s election victory, the Gradišće Croatian Metron Award, the Velebit Croatian association in Gothenburg and much, much more.
The head of the Pula branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation Ana Bedrina and the rector of the Juraj Dobrila University of Pula Dr Alfio Barbieri organised lectures featuring Davor Pavuna DSc.
An evening of chocolate and tagua was staged at the Croatian Cultural Center in California’s San Pedro as part of the cooperation Between the Center and the Croatian Heritage Foundation branch office in Split in their programme to link with the Croatians of the southern and northern Pacific.