Events (Concerts, Exhibitions)
On Friday, June 3, 2011 in a solemn hall of the University of Nis, His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended an opening of the 10th scientific meeting of byzanthologists Nis and Byzanth on the theme - Nis, martyropolis and imperial city. Welcome speech, on behalf of the organizational committee, was held by Dr Misa Rakocija. Afterwards Serbian Patriarch Irinej blessed the work and the participants of the meeting with an appropriate welcome speech. Also following Patriarch, M.sci Milos Simonovic, mayor of Nis and Dr Miroljub Grozdanovic, dean of the University in Nis welcomed the participants. Academician Dr Renate Pilinger from Vienna solemnly opened the 10th scientific meeting of byzanthologists. After the festive opening Dr Yanis Varalis from Volos presented the Collection of works no.9 with the papers from the last meeting. Then all the present watched a scientific documentary "Christian antique in Nis".
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch attended last night in the amphitheater of the Faculty of the Orthodox Theology of the University of Belgrade the solemn academy regarding 175 years of the St. Sava Seminary in Belgrade. Following the welcoming speech of protopresbyter-staurophor Dragan Protic, the dean of the Seminary, there was an inspired St.Sava speech of Goran Radenkovic, the professor of the Seminary.
The exhibition of copies of wall painting from monastery of Budjani, from collection of the Galery of Matica Srpska in Novi Sad, will be opened in the Serbian church museum in Szentendre, near Budapest, the organizers have announced.
It will be an opportunity that in former center of the Serbs in Hungary, and today the center of the Diocese of Budim of the Serbian Orthodox Church, to represent a part of Serbian cultural heritage, as well as to support the Serbian minority in this neighbouring country, the Provincial Secretary for Culture at the media conference.
On the occasion of 200 years of birth of Katarina Ivanovic, Matica Srpska organized an electronic exhibition of her works from its collections. The paintings of the first Serbian woman painter are available on the website of the Library and on the CD.
Exhibition opened in Zajecar - Late Antique/ Early Christian art in an interpretation of students of the SOC Academy2. May 2011 - 15:20
With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Justin of Timok, on Friday April 29, 2011 in the National museum in Zajecar the exhibiton titled "1700 YEARS AFTER - Late Antique/ Early Christian art in the interpretation of the students of the Academy of the SOC." The exhibition, with which began the marking of the 1700th anniversary of the edict of toleration of Religion consists of 40 pieces (Early Christian frescoes, mosaics, encaustic and facilities).