THE MUSEUM SUMMER NIGHT

The Museum Summer Night, held annually on every third Saturday in June, is the largest national promotional campaign by the museums and galleries of Slovenia, joined by a number of other institutions and organizations that carry out programmes in the field of cultural heritage, art, culture and history. The initiator of the campaign, Lili Šturm, senior curator at the International Centre of Graphic Arts, first coordinated the project in 2003, conceiving it as a relaxed way to spend one’s time in meeting the institutions and their subject areas. This well attended event that today brings together some 40 cities, 80 institutions and 200 individual events was coordinated by the International Centre of Graphic Arts under the auspices of the Union of the Museums of Slovenia up till 2012.

Lili Šturm received the Valvasor Honorary Recognition in 2013 for establishing and managing the Museum Summer Nights.

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Ana Sluga: Passive Torso, pop-up one-day exhibition

Tuesday, 4 October 2022, from 6 to 10 pm
MGLC Švicarija

With the cycle of one-day events From the Studios, we introduce resident artists working at MGLC Švicarija. Painter, photographer and video artist Ana Sluga presents herself with her latest production of paintings. The series of works on paper entitled Passive Torso explores the medium of painting and the atmosphere built up by the artist and her reactions as the viewer. 

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Photo: Ana Sluga Archive.

The exhibition Prints and Impressions 2 has been extended until October 9

5. 7.–9. 10. 2022
MGLC Grad Tivoli

The exhibition is the result of a public call for submissions to Slovenian artists of all generations actively working in the field of fine art printing and printmaking. It serves as a starting point for further research into Slovenian graphic production and its involvement in the contemporary visual art practices.

An international expert jury consisting of Barbora Kundračíková (CZ), Mario Čaušić (HR) and Miloš Đorđević (RS) selected the works of 43 artists from the 114 submissions.

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Photo: Nejc Ketiš. MGLC Archive.

Visit the Invader mosaics in Grad Tivoli

Invader is an artist, an individual, a movement, an app, a game and a lifestyle. He is a street art phenomenon and has become a global art star.
You have probably noticed his mosaics around the city of Ljubljana, and some of them are also on the premises of MGLC Grad Tivoli, which are not open to the public. You can see them from Tuesday to Sunday at 2 pm or by appointment (write to us at trgovina@mglc-lj.si).


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. MGLC Archive.