In the latest issue of Matica magazine read all about the folklore meeting in the German town of Filderstadt, the football (soccer) tournament in Australia’s Wollongong, the meeting of poets in coastal Rovinj, an exhibition of Austrian painters in Dubrovnik and much, much more.
Fenix magazine chief editor and writer Marijana Dokoza promoted her novel Grijesi (Sins) on day two of the Interliber book fair, following the novel’s presentation in Frankfurt
The fourth collection of poetry penned in the Molise dialect of Croatian will be presented in Zagreb at a literary meeting with Antonio Sammartino.
Also on hand to discuss the work of Ljiljana Crnić were Mirjana Jurić and Zdravko Odorčić, with selections from her poetry recited by Danica Bartulović and Anđelka Korčulanić. Providing a musical backdrop to the event was saxophone player Vice Pavlov.
Čapljina-born Ante Brkić has sculpted a number of public monuments in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina and has staged eight solo and a great number of group exhibitions in the country and abroad.
In the latest issue of Matica magazine read all about the Meeting of Poets in Rešetari, the anniversary of the Croatian Scholarship Fund of San Francisco, the women’s regatta off the island of Krapanj, Berlin-based painter Lovro Artuković’s Zagreb exhibition and much, much more.
One of the traditional projects of the Croatian Community in Trst (Trieste) is a meeting of Croatian sailors at the well-known Barcolana regatta staged every year on the second Sunday in October.
The poet promoted two collections of her poetry at Zagreb’s Marija Jurić Zagorka Library. Her poetry was read by actors Zdenko Jelčić and Perica Martinović, and by Enes and Asja Kišević.
The award for best literary work published from 1 September 2010 to 1 September 2014 was presented at the Croatian Writers’ Association to the Stuttgart-based poet. The 3,000 Swiss franc prize was awarded for the collection of poems Matches of Faith in the presence of numerous society figures and fans of the belles lettres.
The literary evening was opened by the head of our branch office in Rijeka Dejan Miculinić. Also on hand to speak of the history of the emigration and the lives of Croatians in distant Chile was the head of the Split branch office of the CHF Branka Bezić Filipović.