Temporary exhibitions

Slovenian ships - six ships of Splošna plovba and the ship Kamnik

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 18.06.2022 to 30.04.2023
The exhibition of the Sergej Mašera Maritime Museum from Piran presents all 6 ships of the Splošna plovba in a modern, multimedia way and thus part of our very important maritime history, our sailors and valuable maritime heritage. It presents: the first ship of Splošna plovba, the motor ...

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Miha Maleš - Piran

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 18.06.2022 to 30.09.2022
Miha Maleš (1903-1987) will present himself through an opus marked by the city of Piran with its immediate and wider surroundings. Piran has been a place where the painter and graphic artist returned every summer, since 1955, when he first rented and later bought a house on Punta in Ulica Svobode ...

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Landscape & Identity

Rudolf Maister’s Birthplace
from 15.06.2022 to 28.01.2023
The Birth House of Rudolf Maister will once again host cross-border Slovenes from Carinthia, Austria. Their exhibition entitled Landscape & Identity: Geographical Names as Intangible Cultural Heritage will be on display. The authors of the exhibition are Mag. Martina Piko Rustia, head of the ...

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Božidar Jakac - Timeless artist

Gallery Miha Maleš
from 27.05.2022 to 27.08.2022
Božidar Jakac was born on 16 July 1899 in Novo mesto, where, in addition to primary school, he also attended the first grade of the Novo mesto grammar school. In 1913 he continued his education at the high school in Idrija, where he passed the military matura exam. In 1917 he was drafted into the ...

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Intermunicipal museum Kamnik - with you for six decades

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 14.10.2021 to 11.09.2022
On December 4, 1961, the Kamnik Museum was established. The Renaissance-Baroque castle complex of Zaprice was intended for its operation, but it was in a rather poor condition when it was taken over. By the spring of 1962, it housed another 17 clients. Ever since 1962, the buildings in the ...

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