Users should be aware that a number of photos available on the Culture.si web site might not be available for use under the CC licence. Please see the licence related to each image.
An interactive 3D model of Vrhnika city, with the presentation of the so called "Golden era of Vrhnika" in the background, 2016 A collection of posters for the Art Stays festival, as used between 2015 and 2015. Just in appearance sometimes as everyone else, a performance choreographed by Kaja Lorenci and presented at the Festival Performa & Platforma, 2017 The square in front of the Cerknica Culture House, featuring a statue of a famous fictional character from Slovene literature, Martin Krpan, 2017 HabitsAreWorthBeingFanaticalAbout, Platforma festival, 2007 One of the conference rooms at Vetrinjski dvor, 2013 The Inner courtyard of Vetrinjski dvor, often used for concerts and various other events, 2017 Joris Voorn, one of Cirkus Club clubbing highlights of 2013 The Algorithmic Search For Love audiovisual installation by artist Julian Palatz at the Speculum Artium Festival in Trbovlje, 2011 The New gallery DDT [Nova galerija DDT] opened its doors in 2010 as a part of the Delavski dom Trbovlje Cultural Centre. It is comprised of two spaces, one being the standard gallery white cube, and the other retaining the original, industrial look of the former boiler room. The Apparatus Monolith project by Maša Jazbec, first presented at Speculum Artium Festival and later also featured at Ars Electronica in Linz, 2012 The Telenoid™, designed to appear and to behave as a 'minimalistic' human, was featured at the Speculum Artium Festival, as was its main inventor, dr. Hioshi Ishigura, 2013 The Digitalbigscreen festival, organised as a part of the Speculum Artium Festival, allows for screenings of video art pieces on the big cinema screen, 2015 Invited by the Speculum Artium Festival, a group of Japanese artists studying Empowerment informatics at the University of Tsukuba meet with Borut Pahor, the president of Slovenia, 2015 Aereform is a Trbovlje based company working in the field of aviation technology. As a part of the Trbovlje, The New Media Setting project, they organise flight simulator sessions for the wider public, 2017 Railway Museum, entrance The 2400 square meter multipurpose venue Lendava-Lendva Cultural Centre was designed by Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz according to his principles of organic architecture Lendava-Lendva Cultural Centre, during the summer the venue serves as an open air cinema showing the recent cinema hits and a puppetry festival is held every Friday Lendava-Lendva Cultural Centre), performance in the main theatre hall, 2006... further results