Families welcome

Family Week

The family open house week runs from 15 to 22 May. On the International Day of the Museums (18 May) we organize a flea market, workshops and animations which will take place in the courtyard in front of MGLC.

Through Play to Heritage

A joint campaign by Slovene museums and galleries for children and families takes place in the Week of the Child at the beginning of October. During this time, MGLC offers free admission to view the exhibitions, discussions, games and workshops. 

SOCREA workshop

SOCREA (SOcializing and CREAting) is a print art workshop for children, families and adults, where small prints are created under the guidance of an education curator and a master printer. During the festive season, holiday greeting cards are produced. 

5 EUR/person for adults and free for children

The Stories of Ljubljana’s Castles

These are the stories that are made up of Ljubljana Castle, Tivoli Mansion – the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), Fužine Castle – the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), and Cekin Mansion – the National Museum of Contemporary History.

A single ticket gives access to see the current displays in all four castles. The ticket is valid for three days. Available to purchase at the respective castles’ points of sale and at the Ljubljana Tourist Information Centres (TIC).

Information on the presentation and programme of the participating castles and institutions can be obtained from the websites of the institutions, as well as in the special brochures entitled The Stories of Ljubljana’s Castles, published in Slovenian and in English, which can be found at information points in Ljubljana and across Slovenia.

Ljubljana Tourism and DPG are partners in the project.

 

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The Švicarija: Community, Art and Nature Project

Sunday guided tour of the exhibition
Švicarija: Community, Art and Nature in English and Slovenian, conducted by Matic Ferlan

Sunday, August 26, at 3 pm

The Švicarija: Community, Art and Nature project, by which the Švicarija Creative Centre is being introduced into the cultural life of the capital, derives from three basic elements that have marked the history of the building: community, art and nature. The project consists of an exhibition and supplementary exhibition programme inspired by the building that actualises the history of Švicarija, in such a way providing the guidelines for its activities in the future.

The multifaceted exhibition consists of four sections: HistoryThe Stojan Batič Memorial StudioArchitecture and Art. The exhibition takes us through the history and social life of the building, it presents us with activities of the artists in it and highlights its recent renovation. These sections are connected by the artwork.


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. MGLC Archive.

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US IN THE CHILDREN'S STUDIO IN THE ŠVICARIJA CREATIVE CENTRE!

Creative workshops, animations and guided tours of the building are held for children every Friday. The studio operates free of charge every Friday from May to October, from 10 am to 1 pm. The activities are led by the gallery mentors Petra Derganc, Tina Boc, Petja Kolenko and Katja Kovše.

You may like to book your visit by writing to the following e-mail: petra.derganc@mglc-lj.si.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR AN ARTIST RESIDENCY IN POUGUES-LES-EAUX

MGLC/Švicarija Creative Centre and the Parc Saint Léger Contemporary Art Centre, Nievers, France, are announcing a public call for applications for an artist residency in Pougues-les Eaux in 2019. Visual and/or intermedia artists who come from Slovenia or live and work in Slovenia are invited to apply. The selected artist will attend a three-month artist residency at the Parc Saint Léger Contemporary Art Centre.

The deadline for applications is
17 September 2018!

Candidates are applying for the time frame of 1 September–30 November 2019

Additional information:
miha.colner@mglc-lj.si or
+386 (0)30 708 469.

Click here for full details of the call for applications!

Opening of exhibition: TRUDE JOHANSEN & MARUŠA MEGLIČ

Thursday, 23 August, at 7 pm
(Lectur Room, ground floor)

23. 8.– 8. 9. 2018

In frames of interinstitutional collaboration between Nordic Artists' Centre Dale and MGLC – International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana a common exhibition of the artists, Trude Johansen and Maruša Meglič, who took part in the first residency exchange between Norway and Slovenia, will take place at Lecture Room in the ground floor of MGLC.

The joined exhibition will showcase predominantly new works that were produced as a direct result of temporary relocation and artistic creation in new environment. The latter is therefore central thematic focus of the show which focuses on the idea of displacement and impact of unfamiliar surrounding on the artistic expression. Based on joined constellation and close cooperation, diverse works of both artists – appropriation of found objects and images, printmaking, drawing, artist books textual interventions and installations – will be presented in the Lecture Room in the ground floor of MGLC.

Trude Johansen (1981) is an artist and printmaker whose particular emphasis is on woodcut; however, she uses various creative media such as appropriation of objects and images, art publishing and textual works. She lives and works in Moss, Norway.

Maruša Meglič (1989) is an artist who works across different artistic media. Trained as a painter she developed a distinctive practice based on sculpture and installation as well as on appropriation of objects and materials. She lives and works in Ljubljana, Slovenia.