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Marcia Falk (Jewish writer and poet), Hava Pinhas Cohen (Jewish writer, poet, translator) and Barbara Pogačnik (Slovene author and poet) at the Slovene Poetry reading in Jerusalem, 2012 Emona small shops, reconstructed by Katarina Toman Kracina, Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana (MGML) archive Christian Centre archaeological park, MGML archive, 2005 Square, performance based on The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other by Peter Handke, Fičo Balet, 2011. Performance Parodos by choreographer Goran Bogdanovski, Fičo Balet, 2013. Parodos, created and performed by “natural - non professional” dancers, Fičo Balet, 2013. Joseph Tawadros solo oud performance in the Minorite Church at the Festival Maribor, 2015 One of the best preserved donor inscriptions on the floor of the baptismal font in the Christian Centre archaeological park, the inscription says that Ahelaj and Honorata with their families contributed 20 feet of mosaic Emona forum, reconstructed by Ljudmila Plesničar Gec and Arxel Ltd. Sun City by choreographer Goran Bogdanovski, Fičo Balet, 2006. FičoDrom, dance partying, 2013. The main living area in France Bevk Homestead, the place where the family gathered for meals and on long winter evenings On the ground floor of France Bevk Homestead are a vestibule and a kitchen with a hearth and an inbuilt pig kettle Tools set out in one corner of the main living area reveal that France Bevk's father made and repaired shoes, France Bevk Homestead, 2005 After the death of his grandparents France Bevk slept in this bedroom as a young man, France Bevk Homestead Pianist Jasminka Stančul and violinist (at that time also the festival's artistic director) Richard Tognetti performing in the Kazina Hall at Festival Maribor, 2015 Baptismal pool in the Christian Centre archaeological park, MGML archive, 2005 Archaeological park Emona House, MGML archive, 2005 Mosaic in the archaeological park Emona House, MGML archive, 2005 Glass mosaic goblet, discovered in northern Emona cemetery Model of Emona, eastern gate of Emona in the foreground, MGML archive France Bevk Homestead, the attic in which Slovene writer France Bevk (1890–1970) wrote his first book as a 12-year-old boy, transformed into an exhibition room displaying documentation relating to the writer's life and work Ti loviš [You Catch] performance was directed by Sivan Omerzu who created the puppets and set design. Ljubljana Puppet Theatre's ensemble toured with it to Sarajevo, Rijeka, Switzerland, Austria and United Kingdom. The interior of Jože Plečnik's studio in the year of the master's death in 1957. Pablo Picasso's Desire Caught by the Tail directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, as the last part of her Source Image trilogy produced by Muzeum Institute, staged at the Jakopič Gallery, 2014. From left to right: Ivan Peternelj, Mateja Rebolj, Sanja Nešković Peršin Ivo Svetina's play ABC oder KRIEG, quasi una fantasia directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, set in the 1830s in Vienna, a meeting place of literary personalities France Prešeren, Matija Čop, Jernej Kopitar, Vuk Karadžić. Production: Muzeum Institute, Prešeren Theatre Kranj, Cankarjev dom, and Opera & Theatre Madlenianum, Belgrade, 2015. From left to right: Vesna Pernarčič, Borut Veselko, Peter Musevski, Ivan Bakjarev, Jure Ivanušič, Aleksandra Balmazović The Plečnik House contains the artist's valuable original furniture and personal objects, renovated interior, 2015. The architect Jože Plečnik moved to a single-storey house at Karunova Street 4 in Ljubljana's Trnovo district in 1921, and extended it with a cylindrical tower in 1924. Plečnik House exterior, renovated in 2015. During the war Plečnik moved his work desk from the first floor into his bedroom, where it stayed until his death in 1957. Restored room in 2015. The round room has been preserved as a drawing studio used by Plečnik's students during World War II, when also a part of the library from the School of Architecture was moved there. Renovated room, 2015. The entry porch was both a reception room and a lapidary. Renovated Plečnik House, 2015. The bedroom and work room of master architect Jože Plečnik was situated in the circular tower. A view of the renovated room, 2015.... further results