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Raz Ume Database


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The Modern Art Archive, Museum of Modern Art department collects printed matter and press clippings related to exhibitions of Slovene artists (digitised with the special Razstava (“Exhibition”) software programme). It has also built an archive and press clipping service of articles containing biographical and bibliographical and also other data on Slovene 20th- and 21st-century artists (digitised with the Umetnik (“Artist”) computer programme).

A selection of the two databases is available online through the Raz Ume Database. It currently contains over 13,500 artists, more than 8,300 exhibitions and 170 photographs. (Interestingly, Raz_Ume is a play on words using Raz from Razstava, "exhibition" and Ume from Umetnik, "artist" to create the Slovenian expression "He/She understands".) The database is synchronised with the Web Museum repository, archiving digital audiovisual contemporary art and time-based art.

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Balassi Institute Ljubljana


Balassi Institute Ljubljana 2017 exterior Photo Norbert Perness.JPGSince 2016 the Balassi Institute Ljubljana, a Hungarian Cultural Center is located at Villa Urbana on Barvarska Street in the Ljubljana centre.

The Cultural Center of the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary in Slovenia, the Balassi Institute Ljubljana, opened its doors in January 2016 in Villa Urbana on Barvarska Street in the Ljubljana centre.

The Balassi Intézet network of Hungarian cultural centers located in 22 countries worldwide is 80 years old. It was named after Bálint Balassi (1554–1594), a Renaissance lyric poet. The Balassi Institute's main aim is to foster strong cultural and diplomatic relations by presenting Hungarian cultural heritage as well as contemporary artistic practice, teach Hungarian language as well as support Hungarian minorities culture. Thus the centre supports cross-border cultural, artistic and scientific projects and organises its own events (round tables, discussions, etc).

The Balassi Institute is a member of EUNIC Slovenia, a network of the EU national institutes of culture located in Slovenia.

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