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Visit the Festivals in Slovenia infographics page or consult the Timeline of Slovene festivals (since 1909).


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Lighting Guerrilla Festival

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First held in 2008, the Lighting Guerrilla is a quite special festival that explores, elaborates and sheds light on the myriad relations between light, the public space and the 'confines' of the gallery walls. Initiated a year earlier as a workshop at the festival "Lighting Detectives" (Detektivi svetlobe), it is founded and run by Strip Core, otherwise predominately active as the comic art section of Forum Ljubljana.

The festival is well known for its luminous, site-specific 'exhibition objects' presented at several public locations, mainly in Ljubljana; its streets and gardens, the Ljubljanica bridges and quays, the French Revolution Square, the Tivoli Park, etc. By way of exhibitions, installations, workshops and performances, each year's programme is dedicated to a certain topic – among them the concept of shimmering, the functioning of darkness, and the role of light in shaping the urban experience.

International Ceramics Triennial Unicum

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The first International Ceramics Triennial Unicum kicked off in 2009 with the central exhibition in the National Museum of Slovenia. Established within the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies (ZDSLU) the triennial is dedicated to contemporary ceramic arts and strives to popularise this medium among the Slovene and international audience. Its core event is the exhibition of the works selected on the basis of an international competition. The call is released a year prior to the triennial. The programme also includes an exhibition of selected works by the students of art schools and academies and accompanying curated events on various locations throughout Slovenia. In 2012 the main exhibition took place in the Betnava Mansion on the outskirts of Maribor and in 2015 it will be hosted again by the National Museum of Slovenia.


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