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Radio Dispatches of the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland 1941 – 1942

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The monograph published by the Institute of Contemporary History in Belgrade, is the result of the efforts of three historians Rado Ristanović, PhD, Milutin Živković, PhD and MA Milos Čorbić, to present an extremely important and inaccessible archive to the professional and public. material, as well as to fill the decades-long historiographical gap on the activities of the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland.

Ivan Šuković – Felicità

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

Ivan Šuković completed his postgraduate studies at the University of Arts in Belgrade, where he received his master's degree from the Department of Digital Arts and New Media, and his doctorate from the Department of Multimedia Arts. Through his artistic practice, he analyzes the meaning and processes of memory in attempts to re-establish closeness with something distant or lost in time and absent in material space, and for that purpose he uses archival material.

Concert of Sara Abramović

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

Sara Abramović (1993, Kragujevac) completed her basic academic studies at the Piano Department at the Faculty of Philology and Arts, University of Kragujevac, in the class of prof. Natalija Tomić, while she completed her master's and specialist studies at the Faculty of Music Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade, in the class of prof. Nataša Mitrović. She is currently studying at the Pinerolo Academy of Music in the class of prof. Daniela Carapelli.

LP – History of the Gramophone and the Golden Age of Records

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

Exhibition is a joint project of the City Museum Subotica and the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, which is realized with the support of the National Museum Kraljevo. The exhibition is about the popularity and golden age of gramophone records in Yugoslavia, an era that lasted several decades. The importance of one of the most important home appliances of the 20th century – His Majesty the Gramophone – has not been neglected.

47th Children’s May Art Salon

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The most important and oldest exhibition of children's art in our city is being organized for the 47th time in a row, as a result of a successfully realized competition. The goal of organizing the Children's May Art Salon is to publicly present the most successful works created in school classes, emphasize the importance of art education, evaluate the work of individual art pedagogues and recognize the creative potential of students. The theme of this year's Salon is “Motif from the Ibar”, according to the title of the painting by Miodrag B. Protić, whose centenary we are celebrating on May 10th.

OZNA – Political Repression in Serbia 1944-1946. Documents

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The Department for the Protection of the People (OZNA) was founded on May 13th, 1944, and as secret police, with its ubiquitous ideology and cult of personality, it was the mainstay of the communist dictatorship at the time when revolutionary power was being established in Yugoslavia. The book published by Catena Mundi and the Institute of Contemporary History in Belgrade, authored by Srđan Cvetković, PhD and Nemanja Dević, PhD bring hitherto unknown and first published documents that reveal and reconstruct state repression during communism.

European Museum Night

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The program of the European Museum Night at the National Museum in Kraljevo this year was inspired by the exhibition “LP – History of the Gramophone and the Golden Age of Records”. In addition to the exhibition itself, the public can actively participate in the record exchange, on the Square in front of the museum building. Concerts of two rock groups and a performance by a popular DJ are being organized, who will “return to the audience by playing the gramophone” in the years of the biggest expansion of LP at 33 rpm.

The Night of Disco Music

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The evening is organized within the exhibition “LP – History of the Gramophone and the Golden Age of Records”, in cooperation with the magazine “Sidža”. Guests of the evening Mile Martić and Dragan Trifunović Ginger, owners, and disc jockeys of the disco “Integral”, one of the favorite places to go out in Kraljevo from the mid-seventies to the early eighties, will revive the atmosphere of that time with their choice of records.

Serbia 1918 – Liberation of the Homeland, Return of the Warriors, Life in the New State

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The Collection of Papers consists of 22 papers presented to the public at a scientific symposium with international participation, held in Čačak from December 7th to 8th, 2018 on the occasion of marking the centenary of the end of the First World War. The editor of the collection is Ljubodrag P. Ristić, PhD and the publishers are the Inter-Municipal Historical Archive Čačak, the Institute for Cultural and Memorial Studies Ljubljana and the Center for the History of Yugoslavia and Contemporary National History of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade.

Down the Road with a Carrying Pole

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

Carrying poles, arched pieces of wood, were worn on the shoulders of women in the village in the past when carrying various types of cargo. The exhibition will give visitors the opportunity to get acquainted with a seemingly simple object, which carries different messages. Based on the materials, differences in the shapes and curvature of the arch, decorations and traces of use, numerous conclusions can be drawn about the lifestyle of the people who used them, as well as entire communities.

Moravian Serbia – Between Reality and Legend

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

The exhibition provides an opportunity for visitors to get acquainted with the origin of the city of Kruševac in 1371, the construction of the church of Lazarica, the first years of the reing of the city's founder, Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović (1329-1389), as well as during the Battle of Kosovo.

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