An exhibition of photographic portraits by Miho Skvrce that comprises fifteen portraits of Croatian artists opened at the gallery of the Dubrovnik branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation.
The fair in Trogir saw representatives of the Croatian community from Molise in Italy and vintner Mate Kliković from the Gradišće (Burgenland) region in Austria take part. A second Advent candle was lit by journalists at the Brasserie on 7 restaurant owned by two returnees from Australia – Marija Mustapić and Korana Bučić
Galjuf left his native municipality of Župa Dubrovačka between the two world wars. By his efforts he succeeded abroad and gained a significant fortune in Peru. For years he sent monetary assistance to various humanitarian institutions in Dubrovnik, including Domus Christi. The people of Dubrovnik honoured him with the installation of a memorial plaque in 1924.
The “Kalamota – Far From Light” exhibition was opened at the Trajko Prokopiev Centre for Culture by Ivan Šerkinić, president of the Kumanovo chapter of the Croatian Community in Macedonia.
The event is organised by the Croatian Dream association of Salzburg and the Dubrovnik branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation.
The event was opened with a welcome speech delivered by the school’s principal Anna Gojtan. On hand were Croatian Ambassador Gordan Grlić Radman, first secretary at our embassy in Hungary Berislav Živković and, from Split, Branka Bezić Filipović and Ingrid Poljanić.
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.