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The 0.1 Institute, founded in 2016, is a creative and conceptual platform for research into and the production of contemporary art practice and theory, with a particular focus on movement as it pertains to the performing (dance, puppetry, physical theatre) and non-performing (film, visual arts, music, intermedia) arts.  +
Launched in 2011, 13brat.net is a music webzine in Slovenian, which mainly revolves around the hardcore, punk and metal music scenes.  +
The 2 Reels - Association for Reanimation of Storytelling was born in 2007 out of the wish to cultivate and to promote storytelling in all its forms.  +
3biro Architects is an architectural studio based in Ljubljana and founded in 2007 by Janez Koželj, Tina Rupar Kobe and Blaž Rupar.  +
Established in 2005, the 3rdHand Association (Društvo Tretaroka) is an organisation of quite a diverse and elusive character.  +
4th Dritl is a physical and virtual mining museum established as part of Delavski dom Trbovlje Cultural Centre in 2017.  +
666 Productions is the production vehicle for Tomaž Gorkič since 1999.  +
A.A.C. Productions was founded by Slovene film maker Igor Šterk in 1993 as one of the first independent film production companies in Slovenia.  +
Established in 1992, A Atalanta is an independent film, video and TV production company based in Ljubljana.  +
A.biro was established in 1999 by Miloš Florjančič.  +
This section looks at the long history of the country, spanning from Roman times to the third millennium, and stretching between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Pannonian Plain.  +
Established in 1969, the Academic Choir France Prešeren has worked with many world-renowned composers and conductors, including Jiři Belohlavek, Fabio Luisi, John Rutter, Leonti Wolf, Andre Ducret, Eric Ericson, Gary Graden, and Ariel Ramirez.  +
The Academic Choir Tone Tomšič (APZ Tone Tomšič) is a long-established, versatile and internationally successful choir, mostly made up of students from the University of Ljubljana.  +
The Academy of Fine Arts and Design (ALUO) was established in 1945 and has been housed since then on Erjavčeva Street.  +
The Academy of Fine Arts and Design exhibits its Fine Arts Collection on its premises in Ljubljana.  +
The Academy of Music is a member of the University of Ljubljana (UL) and the only higher educational institution for music in Slovenia.  +
The Academy of Music Library is a small library which houses a collection of 23,000 specialised items of music literature.  +
The Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra was established in 1948 when the Academy itself was reorganised.  +
Originally founded in the first post-war months of 1945 as the Academy of Dramatic Arts for the education of actors, directors and playwrights, in 1963 this institution was renamed as the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT) and in 1975 it later became a Faculty of the University of Ljubljana.  +
Acerbic distribution, established in 2012, operates as an anarchist distribution network with the aim to make anarchist and radical political theory more accessible.  +
Acta Analytica, published since 1986, is an international periodical for philosophy in the analytical tradition covering a variety of philosophical topics including philosophical logic, metaphysics, epistemology, the philosophy of science and the philosophy of mind.  +
Acta Historiae Artis Slovenica is a scientific journal published by France Stele Institute of Art History and established in 1996.  +
Acta Histriae cover, No.  +
The Admission Free Festival is an annual art festival featuring artistic interventions, actions, performances, and installations in the urban context of Celje.  +
The Adriatic Slovenica Collection has grown since 2007 when first initiated by Matjaž Gantar, the insurance company's late supervisory board president.  +
In 2014 the reorganisation of the independent national regulatory agency for media took place.  +
Aggressive Theatre is an association for contemporary arts founded by Andrej Grilc and Glorjana Veber in 2007 with 16 other members of the collective.  +
AIPA - Collecting Society of Authors, Performers and Producers of Audiovisual Works of Slovenia was founded as a joint collective organisation for the management of authorship rights of authors, co-authors, performers, and film producers.  +
AirBeletrina.si is an on-line literary magazine in Slovenian language run by Beletrina Publishing Institute (formerly called Študentska založba) since 2007.  +
Run by the Celeia Celje Institute - Centre for Contemporary Arts since 2005, the AiR Celeia Celje Artist-in-Residence programme for international artists and curators is based on inter-disciplinarity and participation, with the aim of building a dialogue and cooperation between foreign and local artists and curators as well as between art and the broader community.  +
The Aksioma Institute is a production and organisation unit for various endeavours in the field of contemporary art.  +
In 2011, the Aksioma Institute for Contemporary Art opened up the Aksioma Project Space, a new venue in Ljubljana dedicated to exhibitions and presentations of either its own art productions or those of various internationally acclaimed intermedia art projects.  +
AKSL Arhitekti was established in 2005 by Aleš Košak and Špela Leskovic.  +
Alga Gallery is a commercial gallery situated on the Izola coast that shows paintings by professional and amateur painters from the region.  +
Situated in Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Centre and run by KUD Mreža Arts and Culture Association, Alkatraz Gallery started out in 1996 as a project initiated by young students of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design.  +
All Strings Detached is a Slovene duet consisting of Jana Beltran (vocal, electro-acoustic guitar) and Vesna Godler (vocal, electric bass, percussion).  +
In Pečovnik, on the outskirts of the city of Celje and on the left bank of the Savinja River, sits the house in which Alma Maximiliana Karlin (1889–1950), a world traveller with a transnational identity, a polyglot, a theosophist and a writer, spent her last years.  +
The Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis (ISH) was established in 1992 as the first and one of the few autonomous higher education institutions in the field of humanities and social sciences in Slovenia.  +
This virtual residence is dedicated to Alma Karlin (1889–1950), an extraordinary traveller, polyglot, theosophist, and writer from Celje.  +
Almira Sadar (b 1963) graduated in architecture and then specialised in industrial design at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana.  +
Amala ("Friends") was established by bass player, teacher, and composer Imer Traja Brizani, who has Romany roots (his ancestors are from Kosovo).  +
Ambasada ŠKM Beltinci is an autonomous zone and youth club in Beltinci, a small rural town in the Prekmurje region.  +
The American Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) was established in 2014 with the objective of enhancing American and Slovenian education activities and uniting Slovenian scholars and educators globally.  +
Launched in 2008, Amfiteater (in English: Amphitheatre) journal publishes articles in the field of the performing arts, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies of performance in the context of different media, cultures, social sciences, and arts.  +
The Amnesty International Slovenia Award for the Best Film on Human Rights Subject was introduced at the 10th Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival in 2008.  +
Amper-O-Mat is a solo project of Borut Peternelj, a Slovene music producer and composer of experimental, electronic, improvisational and noise music.  +
Formally organised since 1998 by the Ana Monró Theatre, the Ana Desetnica International Street Theatre Festival is the biggest festival of street theatre and improvisation arts in Slovenia.  +
The name of the band Analena comes from the ancient Sanskrit language, meaning "like/by the fire".  +
Analiza deals with analytical philosophy, which has a long tradition in Slovenia.  +
Founded in Ljubljana in 1982, Ana Monró Theatre (or GAM, for Gledališče Ane Monró) is one of the oldest independent theatre groups in Slovenia.  +
Ana Pupedan, a band from Pivka, started to perform at exhibition openings, in country pubs, and clubs, and outdoors in 1992.  +
Ana's Festival Rogaška Slatina, organised by the Rogaška Slatina Public Institute for Tourism and Culture and held for the first time in 2015, is an annual outdoor summer festival.  +
The Animateka International Animated Film Festival is a specialised competitive festival which focuses on Central and East European animated film production.  +
Annales Historia Naturalis cover, No.  +
The Annales University Press of the Science and Research Centre of Koper (SRC Koper) at University of Primorska, established in 1991, mediates achievements in scientific research to the wider public and is therefore indispensable at any level of scientific and research activity.  +
The Anna Lind Foundation focuses on collaboration between the Mediterranean countries in the fields of Education and Youth; Culture and Arts; Cities and Migration; Values, Religion and Spirituality; Peace and Co-existence; and Media.  +
Since its opening in 2011, Anselma has become a synonym for a progressively alternative urban culture, an open space that welcomes people and ideas from all backgrounds and in a variety of genres.  +
Antara is a small, non-profit company with art cinema and sound production as its main interest.  +
The Ante Trstenjak Gallery is located next to the Ljutomer Culture House.  +
European anthropological institutions annually receive issues of Anthropological Notebooks, launched in 1995 and published in English three times per year by the Slovene Anthropological Society .  +
Anthropos journal stimulates cooperation between the humanities and social sciences in the fields of psychology and philosophy.  +
Antika Antiquariat and Bookshop in Celje sells literary works, reference books, school books (including second-hand school books), and audio CDs.  +
Anton Melik Geographical Institute was founded in 1946 by the Slovene Academy of Science and Arts, and in 1976 it was named after the greatest Slovene geographer, academician Anton Melik (1890–1966), who was the first head of the institute.  +
Established in May 2005, Anton Podbevšek Theatre (APT) is the youngest Slovenian professional theatre house and the first professional theatre in the history of Novo mesto, a town in the south-eastern region of Slovenia.  +
The Anton Sovre Library Hrastnik is a public library.  +
Anton Tomaž Linhart Library Radovljica is the central library in Radovljica, with branches in Begunje, Kropa, Lesce, Brezje, Bohinjska Bistrica, Gorje, Srednja vas, Stara Fužina, Zasip and Blaž Kumerdej Library, Bled.  +
The Apiculture Museum Krapje is an open-air museum, centred around an original octagonal apiary which dates from the late 19th century.It is complemented by various historic artefacts and documents that show the contours of beekeeping and honeymaking in the past.  +
Apokalipsa Cultural and Artistic Association was established in 1993 as the publisher of Apokalipsa magazine.  +
Launched in 1993, Apokalipsa ("Apocalypse") is a monthly magazine focusing on live culture and published by the Apokalipsa Cultural and Artistic Association.  +
The Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See in Slovenia was established in June 1992, some months after the Holy Seat (as the first state) had recognised Slovenia's independence in January 1992.  +
AQ Gallery (Art Quarter Gallery), established in 2013 by Cultural-Artistic Society AQ Gallery, is a contemporary art gallery in Celje, oriented mostly to the urban or alternative cultures and scenes.  +
Opened to the public in 1952, Arboretum Volčji Potok originally formed part of the Souvan family estate in 1885, which was taken over by the University of Ljubljana in 1952 and legally declared a place of cultural and natural heritage of national importance.  +
The Archaeological Society of Slovenia is a non-governmental organisation that unites Slovene archaeologists on a voluntary basis.  +
The Archiepiscopal Archives of Ljubljana are the most important ecclesiastical archival institution in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia and hold several important collections, including most of the former parish archives.  +
The Architects' Association of the Dolenjska Region and Bela Krajina (DAD) engages in professional research and promotes the broad range of activities that feed into architecture and spatial planning in the Dolenjska region.  +
The Architects' Society of Ljubljana (DAL) has been serving the professional interests of its 370 plus members since 1997, primarily in dealings with relevant state and municipal governmental structures.  +
Architectural Gallery DESSA is the first and also the only specialised architectural gallery in Slovenia.  +
The Architectural Guide, the first online guide for Slovenian architecture and urbanism, was launched in 2005 as an open platform.  +
The Archival Association of Slovenia (AAS) is a professional association of archivists and others interested in archival science.  +
The Archives of the Republic of Slovenia (ARS) carry out administrative and technical tasks in the field of archives and documentary material, created by the state authorities and other statutory and administrative subjects, as well as technical tasks of common interest in the protection of archives in the country.  +
Argo, the Journal of the Slovene Museums is the most important professional publication of Slovene museum experts dealing with art history and the museology of the ancient and the medieval periods.  +
Arheo Journal was launched for the first time in 1981 by the Archaeological Society of Slovenia in order to systematically cover the latest issues in archaeological science.  +
Multi-generational, Ljubljana-based architecture firm Arhitektura, Office for Urbanism and Architecture – founded by Peter Gabrijelčič and his sons Boštjan and Aleš Gabrijelčič – pursues a clear and simply stated goal: making good architecture.  +
Aristej started as a publisher of children's books in 1993 and with the integration of Dialogi Journal next year re-established itself as a publisher of social science and humanities books.  +
Since being founded by Lena Krušec and Tomaž Krušec in 2002, ARK Arhitektura Krušec has positioned itself as one of the most acclaimed practices in Slovenia.  +
ARK - Institute for Architecture and Culture is a not-for-profit institution based in Ljubljana, Slovenia.  +
Armada Ltd.  +
ARNES was established as a public institution in 1992 and provides network services to research, educational and cultural organizations.  +
Founded by Maruša Zorec in 2005, the work of Arrea Architecture encompasses a range of activities, but it is restoration or "restructuring" projects that have garnered the firm considerable renown.  +
Since 2008 the Arsana Music Art Association organises the Arsana International Music Festival, which – together with the Art Stays, International Festival of Contemporary Art – represents the music part of the Art Ptuj Festival.  +
The Arsana Music Art Association, established in 2009, organises the Arsana International Music Festival, which represents the music part of the Art Ptuj Festival.  +
Arsem Agency was established in 2009 with a mission of organising and promoting various cultural projects, be them musical, theatrical or literary.  +
The production agency and film distributor Arsmedia produces and co-produces feature, short and documentary films.  +
Founded in 1997 by Klemen Ramovš, the Ars Ramovš Institute for Art, Marketing, Promotion and Investment organises the Seviqc Brežice Festival, an internationally acclaimed early music festival which features eminent musicians and ensembles.  +
The online database of the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia was formed in order to facilitate the access and overview of the archival holdings.  +
Art Center Prosenjakovci (Art Središče) is the first purpose-built art residency centre in Slovenia, and is set within a former frontier guard's building on the Slovenia-Hungary border at Goričko, close to the town of Središče (hence the name, as središče can be translated as "centre") in the eastern Pomurje region.  +
Art Chronicle Bulletin was launched in 2003 as a quarterly by the France Stele Institute of Art History in Ljubljana.  +
Opening its doors at the end of 2016, the Art club & cafe Wetrinsky is possibly the only club of its sort currently operating in Maribor.  +
ARTerija Club is a youth cultural centre, established in 1998 in Borovnica, a municipality in the south-western part of Ljubljana marshes.  +
Established in 1992, Artes Gallery is a private gallery formerly located in Nova Gorica, close to the Italian border.  +
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