Occasional Exhibitions

Exhibitions and Events

Our goal is to always be in step with the newest museum trends. We complement our permanent and occasional with various events, lectures and workshops.

ARCHAEOMUSICA. The Sounds and Music of Ancient Europe

Temporary exhibition
Open from 12 June to 24 September 2017 at the National Museum of Slovenia – Prešernova
 
A Touring Multimedia Exhibition and Performance Programme
Created by the European Music Archaeology Project
 
The exhibition ARCHÆOMUSICA explores the music From the Paleolithic period to the Iron Age, from the great classical civilizations to the Middle Ages and beyond.
 
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PATHS OF THE SAMURAI. Japanese arms and martial culture in Slovenia

Open from 31 May to 5 Novemer 2017 at the National Museum of Slovenia – Metelkova 
 
The figure of the Japanese warrior – the samurai – his weapons, fighting skills, and worldview have excited our imagination for at least a century and a half – since the land of the rising sun opened itself to the rest of the world after a long period of isolation. 
 
Samurai armour from the Edo period, 18th century, kept by the National Museum of Slovenia.
 
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Art For Everyday Life. MODERNIST GLASS DESIGN IN SLOVENIA

Temporary exhibition
Open from 9 March to 1 October 2017 at the National Museum of Slovenia – Metelkova

Slovenian modernist glass is characterized by harmony between its practicability and its esthetic appearance, reflected in simple geometric and clean lines as well as in absence of decor.

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BARON GAUTSCH (1914–2014). Prva žrtev prve svetovne vojne v Istri

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Občasna razstava
Na ogled 
od 30. junija do 24. septembra 2017 v Narodnem muzeju Slovenije – Metelkova 

Potniški parnik avstrijskega Lloyda »Baron Gautsch« je v začetku prve svetovne vojne iz Kotorja v Trst prevažal dopustnike, družine in uradnike. Na poti med Kotorjem in Trstom je 13. avgusta 1914 zapeljal v prijateljsko minsko polje in potonil šest navtičnih milj zahodno od Brionov. Pomorska nesreča, v kateri je izgubilo življenje okoli 330 ljudi, velja za jadranski Titanik. Gostujoča razstava Zgodovinskega in pomorskega muzeja Istre iz Pulja prikazuje predmete, ki jih je mednarodna skupina potapljačev pobrala iz razbitine pred obalo Rovinja, med katerimi so osebni predmeti in deli ladijske opreme. Lokacija razbitine je danes priljubljena točka za potapljače. 

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