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Slovenski etnografski muzej

Visiting exhibitions

Slovenski etnografski muzej je močno vpet v slovenski kot mednarodni prostor preko izposoje in posoje muzejskih predmetov, strokovnega sodelovanja, izmenjave publikacij ter sodelovanj v projektih. Ta široka razvejanost dejavnosti pa vodi tudi do pogostih gostujočih razstav iz drugih muzejev ali fundacij.

Visiting exhibitions

from 20.02.2020 to 04.10.2020
On the occasion of the Croatian presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia have...


That merry carnival time!: A photographic exhibition by Primož Hieng
from 08.02.2020 to 01.03.2020
That merry carnival time!, is a photographic exhibition by a photographer and journalist, Primož Hieng. During his planned research and photographic documenting of the Slovenian Shrovetide customs,...
Photo from the exhibition
from 22.06.2019 to 19.08.2019
Photographic exhibition, Japan
Within the Seto naikai sea there are more than 3000 islands, know for their withe sand beaches surrounded by pine threes. The nice views embedded themselves with their beauty in the minds of the...
from 17.04.2019 to 20.10.2019
Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg
The exhibition Shamanism of the Peoples of Siberia, from the Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg, reveals a unique phenomenon in world civilisation – the mythological worldview of the...
Untitled. Photo: František Topič
from 14.03.2019 to 26.05.2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina photographed by František Topič 1885-1919
Guest photographic exhibition
from 13.06.2018 to 29.06.2018
Slovenski etnografski muzej v sodelovanju z Veleposlaništvom Romunije v Sloveniji odpira manjšo gostujočo razstavo Mednarodni dan romunske bluze v sredo, 13. junija 2018 ob 18.00, ob praznovanju...
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...