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» Faust Vrancic 1551-1617 Memorial Center on the island of Prvic near the town of Sibenik in Croatia
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/8/2014 | Bilingual , Croatian Language , Science , People , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Faust Vrančić was a distinguished Croatian inventor and encyclopaedist during Renaissance 16/17th centuries. Among his most important inventions we mention the parachute as we use today (very different from Leonardo da Vinci'c), suspension bridge and wind turbine. He wrote an important five language dictionary of the most noble Eureopan languages, which included Latin, Italian, German, Croatian and Hungarian. Faust
» Gavran's premiere of "All About Women" in Paris and hundredth performance of "Creon's Antigone" in Avignon
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/13/2014 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Miro Gavran will have the premiere of his drama "All About Women" in Paris on July 6th. The premiere will happen in LA FUNAMBLE THEATRE MONTMARTRE in the production of  "Compagnie du soir", and the show will play every day until July 29th. As luck would have it, on that same July 6th at the Theater Festival in Avignon, the formal 100th performance of Gavran's drama "Creon's Antigone" is to be performed by the ROSEAU Theat
» Ljubo Krasic director of Croatian Ethnic Institute in Chicago, USA
The Franciscans established the Croatian Ethnic Institute in 1975, with headquarters in Chicago, for the purpose of preserving and promoting the Croatian heritage in the United States and Canada. This foundation was established with one far-sighted goal, namely, that all which is valuable and in any way related to the Croatians could be found in one place and used for various kinds of research. An additional g
» Vuprem oci an old traditional Croatian song very popular among French vocal choirs
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/17/2014 | Music , Croatian spirituality , Croatian Language , About us , Friends , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Vuprem oči is a very tender and poetic Croatian folk song from the region of Međimurje on the north of Croatia. Its simple melody follows a pentatonic pattern, so typical for this part of Croatia. We express our deep gratitude to Professor Krešimir Veselić, distinguished Croatian mathematician, who informed us about popularity of this song in France. We also owe our sincere gratitude to numerous French choirs and th
» Branko Istvancic Croatian filmmaker recipient of the Liliane Stewart Award for Design Arts in Montreal Canada
Branko Ištvančić is recipient of a highly praised award at the The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) 2014 in Montreal, Canada, for his very beautiful and poetic documentary film "Straw-Girls." The “straw girls” are anonymous Croatian artists of Bunjevci ethnicity who live in the province of Bačka. They found straw to be the “green” medium of choice for creating paintings, scu
» Dr. Svyetlana Vyalova Russian expert in Croatian Glagolitic Script writes about the Bercic Collection
Submitted By Svyetlana Olegovna Vyalova | Published 02/23/2014 | Croatian Language , Science , People , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Svyetlana Olegovna Vyalova is distinguished expert in Croatian Glagolitic Script, working in the Russian National Library in St. Petersburg, which the Russians claim to be the largest in the world. The library is in possession of the Berčić Collection, which is the largest collection of Croatian Glagolitic manuscripts and books kept outside of Croatia, purchased by the Russian Imperial Academz already in 1
» Miro Gavran's world premiere of "HOW TO STEAL A WIFE" in Vilnius in Lithuania adapted from his comedy
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/16/2013 | Croatian Language , People , Events , Environment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The world premiere of the film "How to Steal a Wife", which was adapted from Miro Gavran's theatre comedy "Henpecked Husbands", is scheduled for December 20th in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The producer is LITL BAZ PICTURES from Vilnius. The director is the young, but exceptionally successful Donatas Ulvydas. Shortly after its release in Vilnius, the film will play in theaters in America and Europe, so screenings a
» Ivana Marija Vidovic representing her native city of Dubrovnik and Croatia in Italy as a pianist and poet
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 11/1/2013 | Croatian Language , People , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Ivana Marija Vidović, distinguished Croatian pianist and poet born in the city of Dubrovnik, is a frequent guest in Italy. On the other hand, as a profound connoisseur of Italian culture, she was nominated in 2010 as an Ambassador of Italian culture in Croatia. In October 2013 she had two recitals and a master class at the Conservatory of  Antonio Vivaldi in Alessandria, with emphasis on the opus of Croatian pianist
» Jolijn Ceelen from the Netherlands learning Croatian Glagolitic Script with her father Mart in Sv. Filip i Jakov
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/11/2013 | Croatian Language , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Ms. Jolijn Ceelen is a very young and gifted painter and designer from the Netherlands (Nijmegen), and her father Mart (Schijndel) is interested in painting as well. In September 2013 they decided to participate in the Fourth Glagolitic Workshop organized by the Society of Glagolites of Zadar, founded in 2012, in order to learn the basics of the exotic Croatian Glagolitic Script. The literature writen using this ama


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