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Smuggling Antologies

International project (Croatia- Italy – Slovenia) about the smuggling

Project duration: 24 months   Start date: 1/02/ 2013   End date: 31/01/2015

Project coordinator: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka (Croatia)

Partners: Trieste Contemporanea, Trieste (Italy),  Idria Municipal Museum (Slovenia)

Curatorial team: Giuliana Carbi /Trieste, Italy/, Ana Peraica /Split, Croatia/, Marija Terpin Mlinar /Idrija, Slovenia/, Sabina Salamon /Rijeka, Croatia/

MMSU curator and exhibition set-up: Sabina Salamon

Curators of the Work exhibition by Janez Janša, Janez Janša, Janez Janša: Ksenija Orelj, Sabina Salamon

Project assistent: Nadežda Elezović

Technical set-up: Vanja Pužar, Anton Samaržija

Public relations: Ivo Matulić

Colaborators: Martinela Dragičević, Nadežda Elezović, Ksenija Orelj, Dunja Tišma

Project manager: Nataša Šuković

Museum educator: Milica Đilas

Secretary: Tatjana Roglić Jelovica

Accountant service: Stošija Baljak Gržančić

Visual identityKKA – vizualne komunikacije

Exhibition set-up photographs: Robert Sošić        Symposium Photos:Kristina Barišić

Trailer: Kristina Barišić, Ivana Lučić

Media partners: Novi list, Radio Rijeka, Kulturpunkt, Moja Rijeka, RITV

Acknowledgments: Peak & Poke,  IT Institute of City of Rijeka

 
eulogo “With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union”

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This blog reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein

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