Exactly three years ago, the revelation that painting “Head of a man,” that was found in the National Library in Kozarska Dubica is the original work of Pablo Picasso, attracted great media attention. Soon, art historians revealed that this work is authentic and Kozarska Dubica made it to headlines of […]
Roundtable on the topic “Isa-Beg Ishakovic and his time” will be organized by the Association for the Protection...
The Director-General of the Agency of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)...
In the organization of the Embassy of BiH in Pakistan, in Islamabad was held a lecture on “The Renaissance from...
Under the motto “Silk Road of Art,” last night at the National Theatre in Sarajevo was opened the 33rd International Festival Sarajevo Winter. The festival, which celebrates cultural diversity, creativity, and interconnectedness of artists from all around the world, will last until the 21st March this year. All lovers of […]Read more ›
Malik Isabegović, a twelve years old boy from Tuzla, a third grade student of Elementary music school, won the first place at the world competition in France. Vatelot Rampal contests gathered representatives from all around the world, was held in Paris and lasted three days. “Isabegović won the award in […]Read more ›
According to the Bosnian mythology, fairies are born from the dew that falls on the leaves of a large tree that grows on a mysterious, unknown hill. Legends say that they have magical powers that can be used for good and bad purposes as evidenced by a number of events […]Read more ›
The National Museum of BiH marked the 129th birthday yesterday with a rich and varied program, and the first morning’s visitors were the youngest citizens of BiH, the students of the first grade of elementary schools, who came to learn more about the rich heritage of their homeland. Director of […]Read more ›
The dance group “Fire of Anatolia” will perform in Sarajevo for the second time. Unofficially, this dance spectacle should be held on 19th May in Sarajevo’s Skenderija, reports Faktor. To recall “Fire of Anatolia”, delighted Bosnians on 29th March 2013. The main dancer Perit Kuban Yancatoral who also participated in […]Read more ›
The Museum of War Childhood, which contains objects and video testimonies of people who were children during the war, after its founders Jasminko Halilovic’s years of fighting, last night was officially opened in Sarajevo, at Logavina 32. “It is a real pleasure, after six and a half years that have passed since […]Read more ›