from 27.09.2018 to 02.12.2018
Spatial installation Heksagon, where bees are at home, is the result of a PKP (Creative path to knowledge) project called Beekeeping as a challenge for modern design (BeeKul). The installation was...
from 15.09.2018 to 14.02.2019
Discover the treasure trove of memories, of the Cahari family from Nabrežina near Trieste, explore the largest private family collection of fishing gear in the Trieste region. The objects, coloured...
from 17.05.2018 to 30.09.2018
Visiting Polish exhibition, incorporated among personal exhibitions of SEM
The exhibition People from the Porcelain Factory is curated by the anthropologist, Ewa Klekot, and the ceramist, Arkadiusz Szwed. Presented in the exhibition The Human Trace tableware set, has been...
from 15.03.2018 to 08.04.2018
The Prekmurje Hungarians have preserved a rich heritage of Easter customs, with decorated eggs – that small treasure of Prekmurje folk art – as an important element. In this ethnically mixed area, a...
from 30.11.2017 to 31.03.2018
This experimental exhibition is part of the SWICH project activities, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. Experimental exhibition »Africa and Slovenia. A web of people...
from 30.05.2017 to 15.09.2017
Exhibition of the chair of textile and fashion design
In the current academic year, students of textile and fashion design were faced with the task of reflecting on the methods and meanings of creating a synergy of manual techniques and modern...
from 16.06.2017 to 03.09.2017
10 years of National Craft Awards
The National Craft Awards are given by the Spanish Government through the School of Industrial Organization (EOI) and its chair Fundesarte, which aims to give the highest institutional recognition...
from 17.05.2017 to 08.09.2017
Matsuri - Japanese Traditional Festivals
Matsuri, as a Japanese popular word for traditional festivals, literally means entertainment principally for indigenous Shinto gods and occasionally honouring Buddhist deities as well. They consist...
from 25.05.2017 to 30.03.2018
Opening on 25 May 2017
Major exhibition by the Slovene Ethnographic Museum will open its doors on 25 May 2017 The exhibition opens up new views of the land of Afghanistan, its rich cultural history and heritage, although...
from 01.12.2016 to 28.02.2017
The exhibition is dedicated to the 140th anniversary of the birth of the founder of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum. On display there are papers published in a number of domestic and foreign...
from 26.01.2017 to 26.03.2017
Guest Exhibition by the Velenje Museum
The exhibition displays part of the collection of photographic glass plates taken by the Czech sculptor František Foit and his fellow countryman, biologist Jiří Baum. They were captured on their...
from 17.11.2016 to 17.01.2017
140 years of Šumi
Through its 140 years, the company Šumi developed from a family craft business into a sweet factory. They made raspberry syrup, jams, wafers, chocolates, sweets, chewing gum and many other products,...
from 02.06.2016 to 15.07.2016
Stane Jagodič, Gábor Kerekes, Branko Lenart
Guest photo exhibition With this exhibition we are paying homage to Gabor Kerekes, a legendary Hungarian photo artists who passed away in 2014, and whose body of work still needs to be discovered to...
from 09.05.2016 to 27.05.2016
From 1900 to the present day
Guest photographic exhibition Administration Building SEM; open: Monday – Friday 10.00 – 18.00 Author: Nada Pretnar, Gibanje BDS Slovenija – za pravice Palestincev Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
from 16.06.2015 to 16.06.2015
Italian style 1951-1990 & Glimpses of Slovenian Fashion
At he hearth of a whirlwind of Italian fashion creations and photographs by Federico Garolla is an exhibition story about Italian style 1951-1990, about how Italian fashion met the world of la dolce...
from 18.06.2014 to 11.01.2015
18 June 2014 - January 2015
from 10.04.2014 to 04.05.2014
10 April – 4 May 2014
from 11.10.2013 to 30.10.2016
Exhibition on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum Doors. Doors? Doors! Do we really think about doors − do we know them and recognise them as faithful companions...