Exhibitions / Promotions
Art, tolerance and creativity change the world faster than politics
For that reason, promotion of the idea of tolerance through visual and applied arts makes an important part of the Festival of Tolerance. Once again, the Festival of Tolerance taking place from 1 to 17 April with many ancillary programmes will make Zagreb’s cultural programme richer with two very intriguing exhibitions. The 13th edition of the Festival puts an accents on the importance of accepting and respecting diversity and basic principles of equality and justice while tackling a burning global problem – migrants.
Ban Jelačić Square, Preradović Square, Square of the Republic of Croatia and the King Tomislav Square
From 1 April to 15 April, pop-up installations will be set up on four squares of the City of Zagreb (Ban Jelačić Square, Preradović Square, Square of the Republic of Croatia and the King Tomislav Square), showing portraits of four refugees from Syria, Iraq and Iran, who are currently living in Croatia.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb
The exhibition will be held from 6 to 17 April in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. In collaboration with POLIN – the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, the Festival presents reproductions of murals found throughout Poland, which speak about the past of the Polish Jews.
Student Center, 25 Savska Street
On the occasion of the publication of Jasenovac, the round table discussion will be organised with the participation of professor Ivo Goldstein, PhD., Goran Hutinec, PhD., Nataša Mataušić and Lordan Zafranović. The discussion will be moderated by Seid Serdarević.
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