Evropsko leto kulturne dediščine 2018
Maistrova 10, SI-1000 Ljubljana
The European Commission highlights the diversity of cultural heritage that comes in many shapes and forms:
The European Year of Cultural Heritage cultural events were launched on 3 December 2017 with This Merry Day of Culture events. In April 2018 the Cultural Bazaar, an annual event that stimulates arts & cultural education was focused on cultural heritage. The Republic of Slovenia proposed the proclamation of World Bee Day to the United Nations, and on 20 May 2018 the first the World Bee Day was celebrated in Slovenia and worldwide.
The European Cultural Heritage Days and the Cultural Heritage Week took place in September 2018 while the National Conference on Arts and Culture Education in Cultural Heritage is organised in December 2018.
A few central events were complemented with countless events organized by museums, galleries and other cultural institutions and non-governmental organisations to encourage active dialogue about the role of cultural heritage in the future.
The portal Culture.si presents the field of Heritage in three sections:, and, complemented with the Libraries and Archives, while the field of Arts is divided into the 9 disciplines that present contemporary creation, from Architecture and design, via Music and Theatre to the New media and visual arts.
The documentation of the contemporary artistic practices in Slovenia in the Culture.si Photo Gallery has become part of the Europeana.eu portal, next to the images related to monuments, museums, or intangible heritage,
The first EU-wide survey on the topic of Cultural Heritage was conducted to assesses the attitudes and opinions of people in the EU on cultural heritage. Below you can find the link to the online version.