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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.  +
The Art Factory Gallery was founded in 2008 in Majšperk, a municipality in north-eastern Slovenia, located in the hilly region of Haloze.  +
The Art History Journal has a Slovene editorial board and a consulting international editorial board with members from Italy, Croatia, Austria, and the USA.  +
Established in 1990 by painters Darko Slavec and Mladen Jernejec, Arthouse - College for Visual Arts is the first private professional college for drawing and painting.  +
Metropol Cinema (Mestni kino Metropol) was the first cinema in Slovenia to introduce arthouse film programming.  +
Art kino Odeon is a cinema in Izola, a small town on the Slovenian coast.  +
Since 2001 KIBLA Multimedia Centre runs a dislocated ArtKIT Gallery at Glavni trg 14 in Maribor.  +
Founded in 1991 and based in Ljubljana, Art Rebel 9 (AR9) is the largest visual effects, CGI and animation company in the region.  +
Founded in 2016, the Arts Academy of the University of Nova Gorica is one of the four academies in Slovenia.  +
The Art Society of Celje is a voluntary organisation, established in 2002, which combines art lovers and professional members.  +
Officially established in 2005, the activities of the Art Stays Cultural Association (Ptuj, Kidričevo) are rooted in the ambitions of young representatives of the local art scene, putting Ptuj, one of the most impressive Slovene towns of medieval and also Roman heritage, on the international map of contemporary arts.  +
Established in 2003, the Art Stays, International Festival of Contemporary Art is the main summer event of visual arts in the Ptuj region.  +
Art Video Institute Ljubljana is a non-profit organisation engaged in production, post-production and distribution.  +
In 2013, the Adriatic Slovenica insurance company opened the AS Gallery, located in the Ljubljana premises of the KD Group corporation, its then-owner.  +
In the context of a divided 20th-century Europe, Slovene film aesthetics clearly reflected the country's borderline characteristics.  +
The Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF) seeks to promote better mutual understanding between the peoples of Asia and Europe through greater intellectual, cultural and people-to-people exchanges between the two regions.  +
The Aškerc Award for outstanding achievements in archival science and in the popularisation of archival activities was launched in 2002 by the Archival Association of Slovenia (AAS).  +
Established in 1999 by Gorazd Malačič, Miha Turšič, Miha Kirsch, and Marko Škerlavaj the creative consultancy Asobi best introduces itself with the statement "Change through design".  +
Asociacija (English: "Association") is an association of non-governmental organisations and freelancers active in arts and culture in Slovenia.  +
Established in 2010, the Association for Contemporary Arts X-OP engages in an array of contemporary arts projects.  +
The Association for Film Culture Development was established in 2004 in Maribor.  +
Founded in 2013 in response to a lack of programming and opportunities in the area of contemporary dance and performing arts in Maribor, the Nagib Association has consistently searched for ways to create a sustainable environment for the development of contemporary dance practice through a variety of means, from hosting performances to running activities that support artists and their creative processes.  +
The Association of Ballet Artists of Slovenia is a professional organisation with a current membership of over 280 ballet artists.  +
The Association of Conservators of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, founded in 1971, is a voluntary association of experts involved in the protection of natural features and cultural heritage, and aims to secure the interests of the profession.  +
The Association of Puppeteers was established in 1993 and works to foster relationships between the young and middle generations of Slovene puppeteers.  +
The Association of Slovene Film Producers (FPS) is an independent, non-profit organisation founded in 2009 to represent film producers in Slovenia.  +
Several Slovene museums came together in 1970 to establish an informal organisation with the aim of enhancing networking and common objectives and needs.  +
The task of the Association of Slovene Music Schools (ZSGŠ) is to secure nationwide standards and develop infrastructures for the work of its member music schools, such as curriculum development, organisational assistance, and further training.  +
The Association of Slovene Photographers was established in 1973 by 68 members who were all professional photographers from various towns in Slovenia.  +
Established in 1993, the Association of Slovene Restorers is a voluntary association of professional conservator-restorers (around 300 members), who have been educated in the field and have a restoration certificate.  +
The Association of Theatre Critics and Researchers of Slovenia was established in 1976 when it became a member of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC/AICT).  +
The Association of the Friends of Moderate Progress was established in 1990 as a promoter of self-organised alternative culture in Slovenia.  +
Since being established in 2000 by director and screenwriter Miha Čelar, Astral Film has produced several feature films and documentaries, as well as cross-media documentaries and docu-fiction projects.  +
Astrum is a distributor, publisher and producer of sheet music.  +
The Asylum Studio (Atelje Azil) is at once an artist-in-residence programme and the actual space where this programme is held.  +
Founded by architect Jurij Kobe in 2009, ATELIERarhitekti is an open group of architects with a shared vision and understanding of space.  +
The atelje.Balant graphic design studio was established in 2009 by Boris Balant.  +
Atelje Vozlič is an architectural bureau, based in Ljubljana, presented by the architects Vesna Vozlič Košir and Matej Vozlič.  +
Established in 1983, the Audiovisual Laboratory (AVL) of the Scientific Research Centre (ZRC SAZU), Slovene Academy of Science and Arts has since 1999 made up a part of the Institute of Slovene Ethnology.  +
The cultural and creative sectors (CCS), including film and audiovisual, have been amongst the hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis, which has also accelerated the existing trends in AV training and capacity building.  +
A network of 30 Austrian Kulturforum institutions work around the world in various fields of cultural dialogue.  +
The Autumn Film School was launched in 1985 by Silvan Furlan, who at the time edited Ekran, magazine for film and television.  +
The A.V.A. Institute, Academy of Visual Arts, officially established in 2007 by Pepi Peter Sekulich and Igor Grm, with the inauguration of the first lectures in the school year 2008/09, offers Bachelor of Arts with Distinction (BA Hons) study programmes of both classical and contemporary visual arts.  +
Originally established in 1984, the Ave Vocal Group later became the Ave Chamber Choir, and under its conductor Andraž Hauptman it quickly gained recognition in the world of Slovene and European vocal music.  +
Avgust Černigoj (1898–1985) is credited with influencing Slovene Fine Art by introducing Constructivism to Slovenia.  +
The Avla NLB Gallery was established in 1971 in the foyer of the headquarters of the largest Slovene bank – Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), next to the Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in the Ljubljana city centre.  +
The history of the Avsenik Ensemble goes back to 1953, when the accordion player Slavko Avsenik (1929–2015) formed his first trio and later regrouped it into a quartet that also featured his older brother Vilko Ovsenik (who had changed his name to the pre-WWI spelling of the family's last name).  +
Avsenik Festival was launched in 2008 as a way to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the legendary Avsenik Ensemble.  +
Located at the Avsenik homestead in Begunje na Gorenjskem, the Avsenik Gallery was founded in 1989 by academic painter Martin Avsenik, son of musician Slavko Avsenik (1929–2015), leader of the internationally-renowned and award-winning folk pop music group Avsenik Ensemble.  +
Established in 1990, Ažbe Gallery presents temporary exhibitions of antiques and organises antique fairs.  +
With the motto "an asylum for critical thoughts", Azil Bookshop is the first Slovene bookshop to specialise in theory and reference books related to the social sciences and the humanities, especially sociology, philosophy, archaeology, psychology, anthropology and the arts.  +
The Baraga Homestead is a birthplace of Friderik Irenej Baraga (1797–1868), a bishop, missionary, and linguist.  +
Established in 2013, Baza 13 handles and hosts an array of cultural, educational, and entertainment events.  +
Baza 20 was one of the numerous camps in the woods of Kočevski Rog which were once the commanding structures of the National Liberation Movement of Slovenia in the Second World War.  +
Priding itself on being the only festival in the world dedicated to beached whales, the Beached Whale Festival (Festival nasedlega kita) is a laid back and at the same time very creative and upbeat summer music festival presenting curious new music to the region.  +
In 2009 the Mladinsko Theatre initiated the Bobri (in English Beavers), the Ljubljana-based festival of children education in culture and the arts.  +
Beer and Flowers festival that started in the year 1964 is one of the biggest festival events in Slovenia with a long tradition.  +
Bela Film was established in 1998 by film director Maja Weiss and producer Ida Weiss.  +
Founded in 1951, the Bela krajina Museum is based in the Metlika castle, situated in the old part of this picturesque town near the Kolpa River, the natural border between Slovenia and Croatia.  +
The Bela krajina Youth Cultural Club - MKK Črnomelj - was established in 1992, after 4 years of campaigning by the local student association.  +
Since its opening in January 2010, the Beletrina Bookshop represents an important space for socialising and getting information about the contemporary literary scene by organising a variety of events, such as book presentations, author meetings, etc.  +
The Beletrina Publishing Institute (up to 2014 known as Študentska založba Publishing House) is one of the most productive Slovene publishing houses.  +
Beli sladoled (meaning, "White ice cream") is an artist group consisting of two academic painters: Miha Perne from Ljubljana and Leon Zuodar from Postojna.  +
Benedetti Life is a brand of sustainable, luxury fashion, dedicated to preserving the quality of life on our planet.  +
Beno Zupančič Library Postojna is one of the Notranjska region's main cultural, educational and free time activity centres.  +
Established in 1975, the Municipality of Slovenj Gradec annually bestows the Berneker Award in honour of sculptor Fran Berneker (1874–1932) and the Berneker Honourable Mentions on creators engaged in the field of arts and culture, mostly an important protagonists of the local amateur cultural activities.  +
Beseda (Word) is a collection of literary texts in Slovenian, collected for research and educational purposes and managed by the Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language.  +
The Best Book Design Award is conferred by the Association of Book Publishers during the annual Slovene Book Fair.  +
The Best First Book Award is an award announced by the Slovene Writers’ Association and given annually by the Chamber of Publishing and Bookselling to the best first book published in the previous year.  +
The Best Short Story Award was introduced by the Slovene Writers’ Association and the Sodobnost International Cultural Society in recognition of what was felt to be an under-appreciated literary genre.  +
One of the leading Slovenian performing arts collectives Beton Ltd. was formed in 2010 by performers Primož Bezjak, Branko Jordan and Katarina Stegnar as a spin-off of the acclaimed Slovenian physical theatre group Betontanc, which was active from the 1990s on.  +
Beton Records is a Ljubljana-based record label specialising in experimental/abstract hip-hop and electronic beats, founded in 2010 by Mare Godnjavec (aka Jizah), a key figure in the Slovenian hip-hop scene of the last 20 years.  +
In 1997, Matija Bevk and Vasa J. Perović founded the Ljubljana-based award-winning architecture office Bevk Perović Arhitekti, which has since become widely known throughout Slovenia for its large-scale public housing projects and visionary private residence designs.  +
The Bežigrad Library, located in the Bežigrad district of Ljubljana, was founded in 1949.  +
The Bežigrajska galerija (Bežigrad Gallery) with its 2 locations in the Bežigrad neighbourhood north of the Ljubljana city centre simply named Bežigrajska galerija 1 and Bežigrajska galerija 2, features smaller exhibitions by younger or established Slovene artists.  +
Biblos.si is the first Slovene eLibrary and eBookshop where users can borrow or purchase e-books.  +
A renowned puppetry festival, the Biennial Festival of the Contemporary Puppetry Art LUTKE has been organised by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre since 1995.  +
The Biennial of Design, known also by its Slovene acronym BIO, explores and reflects contemporary developments in international design through a collaborative process; questioning and analysing current conditions in industrial production, public and private space, systems and networks.  +
Biennial of Graphic Arts is the world's oldest existing biennial exhibition of contemporary graphic arts.  +
The Biennial of Slovene Book Illustration has been organised since 1993 by Cankarjev dom Gallery in cooperation with the Illustration Section of the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies (ZDSLU) with the aim of promoting book illustration as a fine arts discipline.  +
BIEN is an art exhibition focusing on textile art and other related fields.  +
Bi Flamenko is a biennial international flamenco festival hosted and produced by Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre in Ljubljana.  +
First held in 2008, the Big Architecture Festival is an international architectural event managed by Zavod Big – Center for creative economy of Southeast Europe, originally known simply as Zavod Big, these days as BIG SEE.  +
Although Big Band KK has existed since the eighties (and was formerly know as Big Band Krško), it was practically and formally established in 1994, when Aleš Suša took over as the band's leader and conductor.  +
Big Foot Mama is in every sense the most followed Slovene rock band in the past 20 years.  +
Launched in 2018, the BigSEE Awards are presented each year in the framework of the Month of Design as well as one of its component events, the Big Architecture Festival.  +
BIO Gold Medal award (manufactured by Rogaška glassworks), presented to award winners at Biennial of Industrial Design (BIO) 2010.  +
BioTehna is a laboratory and production space for artistically informed investigations of life systems.  +
Birthplace of France Prešeren (pr' Ribču) located in the village of Vrba in the Municipality of Žirovnica.  +
The Doslovče village house Pr' Dolenc in which priest, writer, and playwright Fran Saleški Finžgar (1871–1962) was born was reconstructed and opened as a museum in 1971.  +
This house is the birthplace of Slovenj Gradec's most famous citizen – the Slovene-born composer Hugo Wolf (1860–1903), who carried on the legacy of Schubert and Schumann and is renowned as an author of late-romantic Lieder.  +
The birthplace of writer, dramatist and priest Janez Jalen (1891–1966), which dates from the early 17th century, was declared a cultural monument in 1987, renovated to house the museum in 1992 and opened to the public in 1997.  +
The house in which linguist, literary historian and librarian Matija Čop (1795–1835) was born was that of an average well-off family in Gorenjska, with a history that dates back to the 16th century.  +
In 2013, the Birthplace of Rudolf Maister was opened in a renovated 19th-century house in Kamnik as a branch of the Kamnik Intermunicipal Museum.  +
The birthplace of poet Simon Gregorčič (1844–1906), located in the village of Vrsno, seven kilometres from Kobarid, was restored in period style and opened as a museum in 1966.  +
The Bistra Carthusian Monastery was founded around 1220 by Carinthian duke Bernard Spanheim and completed by his son Ulrik in 1260.  +
The BISTRA Scientific Research Centre in Ptuj developed out of the Bureau for Strategic Technological Development (the abbreviation is BISTRA), which was established in 1994 to meet the planning and management needs of developing the local community and the region.  +
The Blacksmith Museum, Ljutomer was founded by blacksmith Anton Horvat in 1997.  +
The Blade Production House was established in 2012, with its field of expertise spanning from the production of commercial ads and music videos to short and, as of recently, also feature films.  +
The town of Bled with its idyllic island situated in the centre of the lake is one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions from a natural and historic point of view.  +
Established in 2004 by the Municipality of Bled, Bled Cultural Institute organises cultural programmes at Bled Castle and Bled Festival Hall.  +
Held each summer in a picturesque Alpine town, the Bled Festival first took of in 1996.  +
Bled Festival Hall in the Gorenjska Region is located in the park next to Bled Lake.  +
The Blind Date Convention, Festival of the Artist’s Book is the main Slovenian event dedicated to the medium of the artist's book as well as to artistic periodicals, zines and editions.  +
Blitz Film and Video Distribution is one of many commercial film and video distribution companies working in Slovenia.  +
Bližjiknjigi.si is a central information portal for all things concerning Slovenian literature.  +
The Bloke Skier Museum opened in 2014 with a permanent exhibition, situated in the hall of the municipal building.  +
The Blue Bird Award, has been bestowed biennially by Mladinska knjiga Group since 2012 for the best unpublished literary work.  +
Bluesland Festival, Slovenia International Blues Festival is launched in June 2019, taking place in the courtyard of Ljubljana Castle.  +
The BOFF Bovec Outdoor Film Festival has been going on since 2008.  +
In 1511 the Lords of Wagen began building Bogenšperk Castle as a replacement for their fortress at nearby Lichtenberg, which had become uninhabitable following an earthquake.  +
London-based Slovene fashion jewellery designer Lara Bohinc made her début at the London Fashion Week in 1997 when she founded her Lara Bohinc 107 studio; today she works under the title Bohinc Studio.  +
The Bohinj Summer Music Festival was launched in 1996 and has since been more or less faithfully held in the architecturally and acoustically stunning St Martin's Church in the village of Srednja vas.  +
Displayed on the ground floor of the Lek company's business and information centre, the collection comprises a permanent display of pharmaceutical and medical accessories, dating from Roman antiquity to the present day, including surgical instruments and accessories from two-fully furnished pharmacies dating from the 16th to 19th centuries.  +
Was Mladinska knjiga Publishing House's banner for the book Sužnji zaslona (Slaves of the Screen) at the Slovene Book Fair in November 2019 an omen of what readers and the publishing industry would become in 2020?  +
The first issue of Borec ("Warrior") appeared in 1949 after being founded by the Union of Associations of World War II veterans, antifascist fighters and members of the National Liberation Struggle (NLS) of Slovenia in December 1948.  +
Borghesia (Italian for bourgeoisie) is a legendary industrial and EBM (electronic body music) band, formed in Ljubljana in 1982.  +
The Borštnik Ring Award and Borštnik Awards are bestowed at the central festival of Slovene theatre, the Maribor Theatre Festival.  +
Comprising one man, a digital library of recorded instruments, and an array of sound processing software, the Borut Kržišnik Symphonic Orchestra is a rather unorthodox orchestra and is the product of the artistic vision of Borut Kržišnik, a composer, music producer, guitarist, and mastering and music programmer.  +
As the name implies, Bossa de Novo – founded in 2005 – moves within the legacy of Brazilian musical expression, the bossa nova.  +
Botegin Centre, the MKSMC Botegin, Youth, Cultural, Social, Multimedia and Intergenerational Centre Botegin, is a social place, located in the old city centre of Koper.  +
Founded in 1974, the Božidar Jakac Art Museum is located in the building of the former Cistercian monastery near Kostanjevica by the Krka River, one of Slovenia's finest medieval monuments, which is situated in the picturesque landscape of south-eastern Slovenia.  +
Held in the hilly, wine-growing region in the southwest of Slovenia, Brda Contemporary Music Festival is a small yet diverse and ambitious festival for all kinds of arts, but with a special focus on improvised music practices.  +
Constructed in the 16th century on the site of an earlier manor house, Brdo Castle is a Renaissance-style fortified palace with two corner towers and living quarters that overlook a rectangular courtyard.  +
Breka Fest was launched in 2008 in the village of Srednja Bistrica as the only festival of its kind in Prekmurje, the northeast region of Slovenia.  +
The Brewery Museum was founded in 1986 by the Union Brewery.  +
Located on the left bank of the Sava River, Brežice Castle is an excellent example of fortified Renaissance castle architecture on a plain.  +
Established in 1946 Brežice Library is a public library that engages in educational, entertainment, cultural and information activities for people in the Municipality of Brežice.  +
Established in 1997, the public institution Brežice Youth Centre (Mladinski center Brežice or MC Brežice) presents a regular programme of educational and cultural activities for the the younger and also general population.  +
Nanoplotter uses a plotter, an obsolete printing machine from the 1980s, adapted to an uncommon operation.  +
Formed in 2003, Brina have since then earned international acclaim.  +
Since 1992 the office of the British Council Slovenia has been engaging widely in one form or another in the Slovene educational, social, and cultural scene through its cooperation with governmental and non-governmental institutions, ministries, and independent programmers.  +
The Broadcasting Council of the Republic of Slovenia (Svet za radiodifuzijo-SRDF) is an independent expert body responsible for broadcasting regulation.  +
Broken Lock is an underground stoner rock band originally formed in 1995 in Črnomelj.  +
The Brumen Award is presented by the Brumen Foundation at the Brumen Biennial of Slovenian Design.  +
The first Brumen Biennial of Slovenian Design was organised by the Brumen Foundation in November 2003 at the National Gallery of Slovenia in Ljubljana.  +
The Brumen Foundation is an independent, non-profit institution, organised to improve the quality of visual design in Slovenia and promote it internationally.  +
BRUTO landscape architecture studio was founded by Matej Kučina in 2004 and prides itself on a holistic, multidisciplinary approach emphasising the role of space in site-specific designs that achieve both visual appeal and everyday functionality.  +
Buča Bookselling and Publishing was launched in 1998 by Samo Vadnov who started to sell books in 1976 and quickly realised the need of publishers for book marketing facilitated by book lovers with experience and enthusiasm.  +
Established in 2007 by the graduates of the Moscow Circus Academy Ravil Sultanov and Natalija Sultanova, the Bufeto Institute for Development of Circus and Performance Arts is the only professional institute in the area of the art of clown in Slovenia.  +
Established in 2006 by Dušan Kastelic, Bugbrain Studio is an independent multimedia and animation studio based in Zagorje.  +
Bukla (from the colloquial Slovenian term for "a book") is a "magazine on good books and multimedia" published by UMco since 2005.  +
The Baroque Bukovje Manor House is one of the most important monuments of the historicistic castle architecture in Slovenia, dating back to the beginning of the 18th Century.  +
As the name implies, the BUMfest International Percussion Festival is a rather specialised music festival.  +
Established in 1997 by Nevenka Koprivšek, Bunker Institute is a non-profit organisation that mainly produces and presents contemporary theatre and dance performances as well as works located at the intersection of art and activism.  +
BSC Kranj was established as a limited liability company with the task of a regional support institution for the entrepreneurial and economic development of the Gorenjska region.  +
Founded in 2019, Butik is an electronic music festival located in Tolmin at one of the most picturesque festival sites in Europe.  +
Cadlag is a noise/drone project conceived by members of PureH, Extreme Smoke 57, Dodecahedragraph and Earslaughter.  +
Camerata Labacensis is a chamber orchestra founded in 1980, which consists primarily of soloists from the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra.  +
Since 1996 the Cankarjada Festival has been taking place in Vrhnika every September.  +
Established in 1947, Cankarjeva založba is one of the largest publishing houses in Slovenia, publishing around sixty titles a year.  +
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