Guided activities include tours of temporary exhibitions, tours of the permanent collection with a lecture and a tour of the Print Studios with a demonstration of printmaking techniques.
GUIDED TOURS OF EXHIBITIONS
Tuesdays, starting at 17.00), during the summer time starting at 18.00).
Admission fee, guided tour free of charge.
GUIDED TOURS OF ŠVICARIJA
By prior arrangement (admission fee) as well as during the European Cultural Heritage Days and on other doors open days (free of charge).
GUIDED TOURS BY REQUEST
Guided tours are organised in Slovenian and English. Admission fee.
FAMILY GUIDED TOURS
On doors open days. Free of charge.
GUIDED TOURS FOR PERSONS WITH SENSORY IMPAIRMENTS
Adapted guided tours of exhibitions and guided tours with sign language interpreters are organised occasionally. Free of charge.
This Happy Day of Culture
Saturday, December 3, MGLC Grad Tivoli and MGLC Švicarija
On the occasion of the birthday of France Prešeren, we traditionally open our doors with a variety of events for all visitors.
Guided tour of the exhibitions by Črtomir Frelih: Prints and Drawings. Four decades. and Natalija Juhart Brglez: Everyday Lines (11.00–12.00, MGLC Grad Tivoli)
Open Studios (12.00–18.00, MGLC Švicarija)
Workshops with the guest artist Qëndresë Deda, In from the Margins (12.00, 14.00 and 16.00, MGLC Švicarija)
Artish fair (11.00–18.00, MGLC Švicarija)
Photo: Katja Goljat. MGLC Archive.
Črtomir Frelih: Prints and Drawings. Four Decades.
25. 10. 2022–12. 2. 2023
MGLC Grad Tivoli
Opening: Friday, 25 October 2022, at 1 pm.
The approximately one hundred works selected for the exhibition span the artist's creative arc over a period of forty years. The selection comes mainly from his graphic work, which is dominated by the collagraphy technique, but also includes works in acrylic, painted ceramics and the installation FoxBox.
Črtomir Frelih: For Real, 2021, intaglio, 48 x 34,5 cm
Natalija Juhart Brglez: Everyday Lines
25. 10.–4. 12. 2022
MGLC Grad Tivoli
Opening:Tuesday, 25 October 2022, at 1 pm.
The exhibition Everyday Lines presents graphic works in which artist Natalija Juhart Brglez alters the recognisable and expected image and understanding of the historically established artistic motif of the city view. A simple pictorial language is based on lines, colour planes, the introduction of intentional and unintentional errors, and a relaxed understanding of mirror drawing in the creation of the matrix. In this way, she reveals to us the image of the city, which is not just a snapshot of the actual situation but is outlined before us as a living space with many unique details.
Photo: Gregor Gobec. MGLC Archive.