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Noć otvorenih muzeja 2013. u Gorici

Noć otvorenih muzeja 2013. u Gorici

„Noć muzeja“ i ove će godine nedvojbeno privući stotine tisuća posjetitelja u hrvatske muzeje, ali i u Goricu u Bosni i Hercegovini, točnije u petak, 25. siječnja 2013., od 19 do 24 sati. Program „Noći otvorenih muzeja 2013.“ počinje u Staroj crkvi u Gorici u 19 sati nastupom klape Bratovština.

U programu još sudjeluju: akademski kipar Stipe Skoko, dekan na ALU Široki Brijeg; fra Ante Marić, ravnatelj Hrvatske franjevačke arheološke zbirke sv. Stjepana u Gorici; Mario BušIć, predsjednik Ogranka Matice hrvatske Grude; Ante Pejić, predsjednik Bratovštine; Helena Lončar, ministrica obrazovanja, znanosti, kulture i športa Županije ZH; akademska slikarica Kristina Kramer; akademski kipar Ilija Skočibušić; amaterski umjetnik Vjekoslav Pejić.

Program:
- posjet arheološkom nalazištu u staroj crkvi Sv. Stjepana Prvomučenika u Gorici
- otvaranje izložbe sakralnih skulptura akademskog kipara Ilije Skočibušića u staroj crkvi u Gorici
- razgledavanje Hrvatske franjevačke arheološke zbirke Sv. Stjepana u Gorici i upoznavanje s novom vitrinom u kojoj su nalazi iz Ravlića pećine
- otvaranje izložbe slika akademske slikarice mr. Kristine Kramer u Galeriji bratovštine i župe Gorica-Sovići
- otvaranje izložbe skulptura od drveta amaterskog umjetnika Vjekoslava Pejića iz Sovića u predvorju Galerije bratovštine i župe Gorica-Sovići
- predstavljanje poezije mladih pjesnika iz općine Grude Marka Čuljka, Maria Grizelja i Željka Andrijanića
- glazbeni program: klapa Bratovština

 


„Noć otvorenih muzeja 2013“ otvara načelnik općine Grude - Ljubo Grizelj. Ove godine ova je manifestacija ušla i u program i katalog muzeja Republike Hrvatske! Sve Vas pozivamo da dođete na ova zbivanja u noći otvorenih muzeja!

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Čapljina
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Mostar
Mostar is the biggest city in Herzegovina, located on the banks of Neretva River. It is also cultural and economic center of this area, with more than 130,000 inhabitants. The city is named after bridge keepers, who guarded numerous bridges at the river, back in the medieval times.
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Ljubuški
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Široki Brijeg
Široki Brijeg is the administrative center of the West Herzegovina Canton, located on the banks of Lištica River. It is also cultural and spiritual center of this area, with more than 30,000 inhabitants.
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Neum
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