Exhibit of Cockta – Slovenian Pop Drink for All Ages –

The exhibit, which was kindly provided and translated by Slovene Ethnographic Museum, will take you through the history of the most known Slovenian pop drink and counter to Coca-Cola, Cockta. Every visitor will be able to try it and learn something new about our beloved drink, which was invented 63-years

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An Evening Under The Lights – Vlado Kreslin Concert

Under the patronage and sponsorship of the Consulate General of the Republic of Slovenia in Cleveland and in corporation with Friends of the Slovenian National Home, Inc. (501c3), Slovenian Museum & Archives (501c3) And Center for Slovenian Studies (Cleveland State University) we present: An Evening Under the Lights, A benefit concert

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ART Exhibition – Slovenia Through Time (June 15 – 16 7PM)

Tomaž Izidor Perko was born on 2 November 1947 in Ljubljana in the family of the Slovenian painter Lojze Perko. He spent his youth in Kamnik, where he completed his elementary and high school education during the years 1954 – 1966. He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts

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Who Robbed Heidi Of Her Prayer?

Center for Slovenian Studies Slovenian Museum and Archives Cleveland State University Kent State University present “Who Robbed Heidi of her prayer?” by Fullbright Professor Nike K. Pokorn. The presentation will focus on translation practice in Socialist Yugoslavia, paying special attention to the translations of children’s literature. I will present the

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Matej Sitar: America, my way 2007

America, my way is a series of Polaroid photos from my journey across the American continent. Instead of showing well-known images, I have focused on the personal view of the individu- al. The title America, my way depicts two meanings. First the geographical coordinates of the pictures, the second one,

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The Contemporary Poetry Evening and Painting Exhibit Opening

Poet: Tone Škrjanec (Ljubljana, 1953), poet and translator. He graduated in sociology at the University of Ljubljana. After that he had several more or less odd jobs, the last one was in Cultural And Art Centre France Prešeren as programme coordinator and organiser of poetry events, among them from 1994

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Exhibit: Slovenian Museum and Archives – Forgive Us, Forgive Us, Oh You, the Dead

September 18, 2015 Dr. Božo Cerar, Slovenian Ambassador to the US, was the keynote presenter at the opening of an exhibit , “Forgive Us, Forgive Us, Oh You, the Dead,” at the Slovenian Museum and Archives. His speech was extremely timely and heartfelt. Below is the Ambassador’s speech. Dear President

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