On hand to receive the National Minorities Prize of the Hungarian City of Baja was Bunjevačka Zlatna Grana vice president Noémi Páli.Details
On 13 January the president of the Tivat municipality Željko Komnenović and the vice president of the Tivat municipal assembly Andrija Petković received the president of the Croatian Civic Initiative Adrijan Vuksanović, its vice president Ilija Janović, and Zvonimir Deković, president of the Croatian National Council of Montenegro.Details
Among the prize recipients is a retired teacher, former principal of the Vancaga Elementary School, and president of the Federation of Croatians in Hungary Joso Ostrogonac.Details
The autumn round was attended by sixteen participants from Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Hong Kong, Croatia, Malesia, Peru, the USA and Great Britain, five of whom received financial assistance provided through the State Office for Croats Abroad.Details
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.
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.Details