Events (Concerts, Exhibitions)
An exhibition titled ‘The Golden Byzantium and the East’ will be presented from the 31st of March through the 4th of November at the Renaissance Palaces of Lower Austria. The exhibition will focus on the vital role that Byzantium played concerning the development of modern Europe and Constantinople, as it was the cradle of economy and culture.
The art and artifacts that are going to be exhibited for the first time in Central Europe cover the period from 330 until 1453, when Constantinople fell to the Turks.
At the Gallery of the National Museum in Vranje from February 12 until 22, 2012 within the celebration of the Statehood Day of Serbia an exhibition " Sava Tekelija - A great Serbian benefactor" isbeing held.
His Grace vicar Bishop Andrej of Remesiana opened on January 30, 2011 at the embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London an exhibition devoted to Holy Emperor Constantine and Empress Helena.
The exhibition is organized by the Christian Cultural Centre and the Radion Slovo Ljubve.
The Serbian Singing Society "Unity" from Banja Luka, in the organization of the Government of the Republic of Srpska and the Ministry of Education and Culture, held from November 21-25, 2011 three evening concerts in Novgorod and Sankt Petersburg. Performances in the beautiful surroundings of and Saint Petersburg are the best way to present the Russian public are our culture, people and the Republic of Srpska.
Within the Days of the Serbian culture in Russia, in Moscow today, in the House of the Russian Diaspora, an exhibition "Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in Serbian Culture" was opened. The exhibition is organized by the Belgrade City Library and the author is Natasa Bulatovic.
At the exhibition, which is opened until November 15, materials are presented which point at close ties between the great Russian writers and the Serbian people. It is about printed materials, translations, articles of the critics, cultural activities.