The most important and traditionally oldest exhibition of children's art in our city is being organized this year for the 46th time, but for the first time since its founding after a one-year break.
Petar Stojanović, a Serbian composer and performer, was extremely recognized on the international scene, whose compositions, which relied heavily on late romantics, contributed to his success outside the borders of his country. Aleksandar Sedlar, as a composer who also studied abroad, has the opportunity to provide his views on issues related to European heritage, the influence of late romanticism on today's work as well as the place of Serbian chamber music within these parameters.
The author of the monograph, Dragana Božinović, will introduce the audience to the rich intellectual development that the family of Nadežda Petrović achieved through three generations during the 19th century. The connection of Nadežda and her family with Karanovac / Kraljevo, where the artist lived in the period 1879-1884, will be especially emphasized.
Žiča Spiritual Assembly “Transfiguration” is a significant national cultural event that this year marks 30 years of existence. Hence, the program begins with the ceremonial opening of the exhibition “Transfiguration – 30 Years of the Žiča Spiritual Assembly”, as well as the exhibition “Our Fellow Citizen Queen Draga – Between Glory and Anathema” of the Museum of the Rudnik-Takovo Region from Gornji Milanovac.
The great jubilee of the Žiče Spiritual Assembly was the reason for organizing the exhibition “Transfigurations – 30 years of the Žiča Spiritual Assembly”, whose authors are MA Ana Gvozdenović, editor for essays and criticism of the publishing activities of the National Library “Stefan Prvovenčani” Kraljevo and Mirjana Savić, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo.
Sanja Martinović Dugulu, a native of Vrnjačka Banja, after graduating from the Music School “Stevan Mokranjac” in Kraljevo, completed her undergraduate and master's studies at the piano department at the Music Academy of the University of East Sarajevo. She is active as a performer, accompanist and pedagogue and the winner of numerous awards in these activities. She is living and working in Istanbul.
“Chamber Music of Composers-Academicians, Journey through Serbia” is a series of ten concerts held in several cities in Serbia. The program includes representative works of art music of the XX and XXI century, respected composers and members of SASA: Stanojlo Rajčić, Vlastimir Peričić, Vlastimir Trajković, Vasilije Mokranjac, Ljubica Marić, Dejan Despić, Isidora Žebeljan, Svetislav Božić and Ivan Jevtić. Intended for a wider range of instruments (piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe).
The artist Stefana Savić is a guest at the National Museum in Kraljevo and within the project “The House of Unforgettability” invites fellow citizens to share their memories of marking October 14th, the day of commemoration for the victims of mass shootings in Kraljevo, conducted by the Wehrmacht in 1941.
Historians Dr. Dejan Ristić, acting director of the Genocide Victims' Museum, Darko Gučanin, director of the National Museum Kraljevo, Mirjana Savić, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo, will speak at the promotion of book as well as the author herself Silvija Krejaković, museum advisor of Belgrade City Museum, who worked at the National Museum Kraljevo for over two decades.