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The museum holds quite some materials on the Sokol (from the Slovene word for falcon) movement, an all-age gymnastics organisation founded in 1860s Since 2016 the Balassi Institute Ljubljana, a Hungarian Cultural Center is located at Villa Urbana on Barvarska Street in the Ljubljana centre. A concert of young jazz musicians at one of the cafes above the Bled lake, 2016 Professor Saewon Suh is not only regularly performing at the Bled Festival, he often also brings some outstanding (and mostly Korean) young musicians with him, 2016 The dance collective Schmerlitz, a folklore dance group of Lusatian Serbs, performing at the Bled Festival, 2016 The 2016 Rising Starts programme featured the musicians Antoni Brozek and Pjotr Jasiurkovsky as mentors. Both are regulars at the Bled Festival, 2016 Cello Attacca! is a group of young cellists, joined and led by their professor Karmen Pečar Koritnik. They closed the 2016 edition of Bled Festival with a concert at St. Martin's Church, Bled. Playing at the Cafe Belvedere, the group Oriyon presented their take on classical French chanson at Cafe Belvedere, one of the Bled Festival venues, 2016 A still from Naše nasilje in vaše nasilje [Our Violence and Your Violence], a slightly controversial theatre play by Oliver Frljić (HR). The play was chosen for the 2017 edition of Mladinsko Showcase. Photo taken at Wiener Festwochen, where it premiered in 2016. This multifunctional hall at the Kosovel Culture House Sežana was built in 2009. It can hold up to 150 people during live performances and is also used a TV studio, 2014 A still from Republika Slovenija [The Republic of Slovenia], a docudrama about the arms trafficking events from the early years of Slovenia. Shown at Mladinsko Showcase in 2016 and that same year also given the Borštnik Jury Award. Still from Pavla Nad Prepadom [Pavla Above the Precipice], a play inspired by the life of mountain climber Pavla Jesih, with the text for the play was written by Andrej E. Skubic. First staged in 2013, the play was featured at Mladinsko Showcase in 2015 (called Prelet at that time). Organised graffiti sessions undertaken under the auspices of UD Festival, 2016 UD Festival hosts various fairs and is also presenting works of local design, 2015 The International Design Event 2015 featured a lecture/presentation by Liza Enebeis and Merijn van Velsen A concrete sculpture by Dragica Čadež Lapajne (SI), made in 1986 and standing in front of the Primary School Gustav Šilih in Maribor, 2008 A concrete sculpture by Banzo Matsura, made in 1977 and standing on Ptujska cesta [Ptjska road] in Maribor, 2008 The extremly popular ska-punk act, Elvis Jackson, performing at UD festival, 2015 … further results