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Thursday, January 26, 2023 in Novi Sad

On the occasion of the end of the exhibition organized by Balkankulta and the Journal of Cultural Anthropology and Fine Literature, a discussion was held on the topic of time and the universe. The following participated: prof. Dr. Dragan Bulatović, museologist; Anđelko Đukić, curator; Žarko Živanović, founder of the beekeeping museum; Dimitrije Vujadinović, culturologist; prof. Dr. Aleksandar Petrović, co-author.

The esoteric exhibition Time and the Universe will cease to exist on January 31, 2023. Its apocalyptic character and its range of thought from Plato and Saint Sava to the Dictionary of Technology, Leonard Euler and Milutin Milanković represent a thought upsurge that is undoubtedly a challenge for contemporary culture.



Opening of the exhibition and panels: "Milunka Savić and the heroines of the Great War"

Novi Sad, 1. Decembar

Historical sources are extremely scarce to shed light on the role of Serbian women in the Great War. It is difficult to reconstruct the atmosphere of the war and what those who remained in the occupied territories were going through. After the war, they were mostly forgotten heroines, only a few of them received some recognition. They were not even recognized the right to vote in the new state! To this day, after a hundred years, not a single monument has been erected to that heroic woman in Serbia. Of the documentary material, these are, in the first place, authentic photographs that were taken all over Serbia by the enemy himself, and which are all the more impressive. They vividly depict the constant struggle and life of women in Serbia during the Great War and are more convincing than a thousand words.

Speaking at the opening ceremony were Batrić Ćalović, president of the "Obilić 1912-1918" association, Zoran Kolundžija, director of the Prometheus publishing house and editor of the SERBIA 1914-1918 edition, Dr. Vidoje Golubović, Dr. Gordana Petković, senior curator of the Museum of the City of Novi Sad and author of the exhibition Dimitrije Vujadinović.


Presented the book "Children in the Great War"

Belgrade, 30 November

The book "Children in the Great War", authored by Dr. Vidoj Golubović and Dimitrije Vukadinović, published by the State Archives of Serbia, was presented in the Ceremonial Hall of the Central Military Club. In a kind of photo-monography, which, due to its shocking content, caused the well-deserved attention of the public, numerous illustrated and documented testimonies about the suffering of children in the First World War were presented. Anja Vulić from the State Archives of Serbia, Maja Nikolov, former curator of the Belgrade Pedagogical Museum, and authors who testified about the efforts and challenges they encountered while working on the book spoke about the book.



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It is a unique artistic work where the idea of a scientist and music of a composer are interlaced. The aim of creating the artistic work is to rise the listener into dramatic space of time and inscription in stone about the life in the remote past, presence and, for the man, uncertain future using words and sound. Nowadays the awareness of the importance of a true relationship between man and nature is of crucial importance for the survival of the human race on Earth. How to eliminate the evil in man and derail him from the direction of ecological catastrophe, apocalypse lurching before him and towards which, in spite of all his knowledge, man has been rushing. 


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