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Уметничку радионицу Колачек основао је 1897. у Београду Јозеф Колачек (1868 - 1927), син чешког досељеника Франтишека Колачека (1835 - 1880), који је у Београд дошао половином 19. века из Малхостовица крај Брна. Чувајући традицију занатске производње генерацијама, радионица Колачек се данас искључиво бави уметничком браваријом и то ручном израдом предмета по сопственим нацртима, али и по посебним захтевима купаца. Предавањем о уметничко-браварској радњи Колачек на посредан начин ће се указати и на традицију занатске производње на територији града Београда.

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  • Предавач историчар, Иван Келемен
  • Location Конак кнегиње Љубице, Кнеза Симе Марковића 8
  • Date понедељак, 3. септембар 2018

The visitors will have an opportunity to learn of the ways how are the archeologist able to reconstruct past lives, based on the anthropological findings and materials from graves. Burrial rituals are presented, and some light has been shed on the possible professions and habits of the deceased, as well as, their social status. The deceased were citizens of Ancient Zadar, where more than 2,000 graves from the period have been explored.

Four graves, with intriguing materials for the reconstruction of life at the time, were selected: “Who was the person in grave 11?”, “One grave, four names, five stories”, “Who had brought syphilis to Zadar? Surely not Columbus?” and “A lady from Relja”.

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  • Location Museum of Jovan Cvijić, 5 Jelene Ćetković Street
  • Date 16 August – 15 October, 2018
  • Organisation

    Belgrade City Museum and Zadar Archeological Museum

  • Impressum

    Timka Alihodžić, Curator for the Antiquity Department of Zadar Archeological Museum; Coordinator: Miroslav Ignjatović, Museum's Advisor; Production: Production 64

The exhibition “Kilim” was organized for the opening of the reconstructed Museum of Mladenovac. A selection of 30 representative pieces, different in style, function, and technical characteristics, from the period between the end of the 19th century and 1970s, were represented.

Beside kilims, tools used for production were exhibited, as well as, interiors of village houses, which enabled visitors to take a look into the past, and see a significant part of a specific and traditional Kosmaj culture.

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  • Location Museum of Mladenovac, 69 Kralja Aleksandra Obrenovića Street
  • Date 2 August – 15 October, 2018
  • Impressum

    Magdalena Ivković, the author; Milutin Marković, exhibition design; technical production: Production 64