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Exhibitions and Projects
8 February 2014

Slovene Cultural Holiday

Programme of activities for children and adults

9am, Entrance Hall: Concert by Franc Šturm School of Music, Ljubljana
Brass Quartet

(Rok Škerjanc, Simon Sever, Lovro Tavčar, Vid Šketa)
A Toast
Ode to Joy

Teacher: Martin Dukarič
String Orchestra I
B. Cerulli: Vera's Waltz
Slovene Folk Song, adapted by Marko Fabiani: Three Birdies
J. Lloyd: We and You
Conductor: Katja Klančnik Jelenc, assistant to conductor: Helena Marolt and Zoran Bičanin
Quartet of Violins
(Ana Ločniškar, Ana Lucija Jezeršek, teachers Katja Klančnik Jelenc, Alenka Mežan)
Ch. Dancla: Arrival
String Orchestra II
J. Haydn: Divertimento v C-Major/ Allegro, Minuet I, Adagio, Minuet II, Finale
B. Glavina: Five Impressions for a String Orchestra – Koroška
L. Bernstein, adapted by J. Moss: West Side Story
Conductor: Darinka Fabiani, assistant to conductor: Zoran Bičanin

10am–8pm, Exhibition Hall: To Normandy with Jurij
Children and parents are invited to take the prepared instructions and drawings to discover on their own how the picture Before the Hunt was painted. Every art detective, who solves Gal's riddles, receives a small present at the Information Point.

10am–8pm, Entrance Hall: Normandy - in puzzles and Normandy – in puzzles and memory
Children and parents are invited to solve small and large puzzles with Normandy motifs and to re-examine the pictures from the exhibition with the game of memory.

10am–8pm, Permanent Collection: Gal's Chest and the Discovery of Art Treasures
Children and parents are invited to independently discover the works of art with the help of Gal's Green Chest and printed pieces of the exhibited pictures. If you solve the problems and complete the colouring-pages, you receive a gift from Gal. In the Entrance Hall you can also solve a puzzle.

10am, 12am, 2pm, 5pm, 7pm, Exhibition Hall: Painting in Normandy. At the Dawn of Impressionism
Public tours, led by: Dr Andrej Smrekar, Kristina Preininger, Nataša Braunsberger, Michel Mohor, Jaka Racman. Due to great interest a booking is necessary at the information point.

9.45am, 11.45am, 1.45pm, 4.45pm, 6.45pm, Exhibition Hall and Entrance Hall: Drawing from Normandy, creative workshop
Children (preschool children must accompanied by their parents) are first taken on a short exploration of the pictures from Normandy. Then we create landscapes from different materials. Workshops led by the academic painter Tanja Milharčič.

11am, Permanent Collection: Feel the tactile picture Luiza Pesjak
Barbara Kotnik, a participant in the Access of Vulnerable Groups to Cultural Heritage project, presents the project and the first tactile picture in the National Gallery of Slovenia.

1pm, Permanent Collection: Biedermaier Portraits
Public tour through the Permanent Collection, led by Nataša Kovačič.

2pm–4pm, Permanent Collection: Mini-Mono-Drama
Art project in co-production of AGRFT and the National Gallery of Slovenia. Six AGRFT students, under the mentorship of Professor Žanina Mirčevska, MA have written short monodramas inspired by the pictures in the Permanent Collection. The AGRFT students will perform them in the exhibition halls. The monodramas have been written by: Žan Žveplan, Anja Rošker, Tamara Babić, Kristina Mihelj, Ana Obreza and Sandi Jesenik.

4pm, Permanent Collection: Andrej Rozman Roza in the Gallery
Literary and theatre performance, in which the artist walks from Urška to the Bailiff Yerney.

Free entrance, 9am–8pm. The gallery souvenirs, publications and gift program are discounted by up to 50 per cent. All activities are in Slovene language only.

T: (01) 24 15 418 (gallery store), (01) 24 15 414/5 (education department)

8 February 2014
National Gallery of Slovenia
Prešernova 24
1000 Ljubljana