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Dear visitors and friends of our Museum,
in order to meet all the recommendations of Croatian institute of public health, all guidelines of Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia and Decision of Civil defence crisis headquaters from 24th April 2020. for your safe stay in our Muuseum durring COVID-19 pandemic, we hereby inform you that the adjustmens of Maritime and history Museum of Croatian litorall and all of his dislocated collections are in progress and that we hope that we will soon see you again. When we acquire all the conditions for reopening the Museum we will let you know and hopefuly that date will come soon.
Maritime and history Museum of Croatian littoral Rijeka,
Nikolina Radić Štivić, director
Proposals selected for the artistic programme “Recognizing the absence” 2019 are:
- Diana Sokolić, „Put tišine“
- Josip Pino Ivanćić, „Se domisliš – se spametiš“
- Bojan Koštić, „Jedna iskra je dovoljna“
Selection among 11 submitted proposals was made on 10th of September 2019 by a four-member jury: Nemanja Cvijanović, artist and coordinator of programmes in the project of Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture; Biserka Dumbović-Bilušić, head of Conservation Department in Rijeka; Ksenija Orelj, curator of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art; Vana Gović, curator of the Memorial Centre Lipa Remembers.
Congratulations to the selected ones and thanks to everyone who applied!
The implementation of selected works and their presentation to the public will follow in mid-October 2019 in the public area of Lipa.
The program is being conducted in partnership with the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka and TD Rijeka 2020 LLC, as part of the Seasons of Power flagship of the Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture.