Ravne Gallery

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Galerija Ravne
http://www.glu-sg.si
ravne@glu-sg.si
Gledališka pot 1, SI-2390 Ravne na Koroškem
Phone386 (0) 2 882 2131
Fax386 (0)
RegionSI-2
Managed byMuseum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška
Andreja Hribernik, Director
andreja.hribernik@guest.arnes.si
Phone386 (0) 2 620 3651





Ravne Gallery has been operating since 2012 as part of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška, focusing on the collections and studies of art from the second half of the 20th century onwards, located in Slovenj Gradec in Koroška region. Ravne Gallery is located in the Cultural Centre in the nearby town of Ravne na Koroškem.

Programme

The exhibition programme of Ravne Gallery focuses on contemporary art production from the world and Slovenia, with a special focus on the Koroška region. Ravne Gallery aims to offer an insight into the most contemporary developments in the field of modern art, both in the region and beyond.

Highlights from its exhibition programme include innovative Slovenian and international artists, who have shown their work at solo and group exhibitions, such as Matej Pečnikar, Pino Poggi, Justus Jager, Uroš Zavodnik, Tjaša Rener, Jure Markota, Metka Zupanič, art collective Small but Dangers, Maja Pučl, Štefan Marflak, Vesna Krebs, Matija Plevnik & Kaja Avberšek, Nika Oblak & Primož Novak, Maša Jazbec, Aljaž Velički, Boris Beja, Kaja Brezočnik & Viktor Senkov, Andrej Grošelj, Jože Tisnikar, Štefan Planinc, Wolfgang Temmel, Simon Chang, Benjamin Kumprej, Sergei Balenok, David Herzog Leitinger, Mark Požlep, Jårg Geismar, Stojan Brezočnik, Sanela Jahić and Irmgard Schaumberger. The gallery has also present collections of Slovenian graphic arts, works of fine artists from the Koroška region or presentations of video works thematising traumatic events related to the war in the former Yugoslavia.


Educational programme

Ravne Gallery also organises a pedagogical programme: the so-called Berneker's workshops, named after Franc Berneker (1874–1932), a sculptor from Slovenj Gradec, are intended for children and youth. One part of the pedagogical programme is dedicated to presentations of the current exhibitions, while the other to artistic creation.

The pedagogical programme for preschool and elementary school children also includes exhibitions guidance and gallery lessons with creative workshops. For secondary school students, the gallery offers activities related to the exhibition programme of the gallery.

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