ZAGREBSTARTING STATION AND OPENING CEREMONY1. HDLU / Barrel / PM / Ring Victims of Fascism Square 1601/46 11 818 firstname.lastname@example.org SETTING 34th Youth Salon – guided tour of the exhibition with curator Mirna Rul at 17:30 after the opening ceremony.2. Outline / House of Architecture Kralja Držislava 301/3778177 email@example.comEXHIBITION Nenad Fabijanić – Paintings by Ivan (Đovanija) – exhibition on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of the great Croatian architect Ivan Vitić.3. Karas Ul. King Zvonimir 5801 4611 818 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition Branko Lepen: Do Not Touch Works of Art4. Picto Gallery Branimirova 29092/1884118 email@example.comSETTING Party relocation of the gallery and closing of the group photo exhibition ‘Line, Nude and Tenebroso’ – Alma Štrkljević, Josipa Krolo and Linda Golik Horvat.5. Matica Hrvatska Gallery Street Matice hrvatske 2098/9372552 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition ‘Constructing Void’ by the young Rijeka artist Dajana Durić. The spatial installation of an irregular, organic form is inspired by Japanese aesthetics.6. Laval Nugent Gallery Vodnikova 4099/2684437 email@example.com”RAPA NUI” EXHIBITION – Exhibition of photographs of the “globetrotter” from Split, associate of the Meridian magazine, blogger and columnist Jurica Galić Juka taken during a trip to South America.7. SC Gallery Savska 2501/4593602 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING As part of the cycle They are coming, TTF students present themselves with the exhibition Fashion Lexicon, where they exhibit works created in the course Creating Clothes.8. Kranjčar Gallery Kaptol 26 01/4818400 email@example.comSETTING UP Bonsai Expo 2018 organized by the Bonsai Association Zen.9. Shira Gallery Preradovićeva 1301/3711320 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION “Venientes” is an exhibition of works by ALU students as part of this year’s Youth Salon, where works are exhibited by one or two representatives of each of the 6 departments of the Academy.10. Small Gallery Ban Josip Jelačić Square 601/4816954 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition of works by Croatian contemporary artists.11. ULUPUH Gallery Tkalčićeva 1401/4813746 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Snježana Pokos-Vujec: ‘The world in my head – the world I live in’ – solo exhibition of works in ceramics and porcelain.12. Lapo Lapo Studio Ilica 50099/7332104 email@example.comEXHIBITION Permanent exhibition of renowned street art artists from Croatia and the region complemented by new works. Special program – Art music jam session.13. Greta Gallery Ilica 92091/2220810 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition “Striptokok” – Davor Schunk.14. VN Gallery Ilica 163 a01/3770896 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition Transparent Borders – Mia Maraković.15. Workshop 69 Ilica 69092/2470961 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Exhibition of paintings by Milica Šabanović and exhibition of handmade ceramics by Masha Novak. Music program – band Jango Jet quartet from 20 pm to 22 pm and DJs. Free macrame workshop led by Vladimir Radulović.16. PMS Gallery Tkalčićeva 61092/2470961 email@example.comEXHIBITION An exhibition by the artist Liljana Cvetković Zovkić and an open studio / performance in which the artist will paint canvas and fashion accessories live. Visitors can bring their fashion piece to the painting.17. Gallery R3a Pond 3a091/5928282 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING The best party in town.18. Forum Gallery Tesla 1601/4810710 email@example.comSETTING The last day of the exhibition ‘Unrestrained Line’ by Đuro Seder.19. Regeneration Boskoviceva 7b01/4873235 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Regeneration presents a new collection of unique works, hand-tufted samples by a design team called SIGNS. Presentation, conversation and the possibility of ordering.20. Gallery of Events Ivanićgradska 41a01/2303122 email@example.comSETTING Opening of the exhibition Aesthetics of Inspiration – Jelena Remetin. The exhibition can be viewed from 17 p.m., and the speech begins at 19 p.m.21. AMZ GALLERY Pavla Hatza 601/6470265 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION “The Ways of the Frankopans: Frankopans in Music and Feast” is a music and gastronomic program and exhibition on the cultural and tourist route The Ways of the Frankopans.22. Modern Academy Šenoina 11 (yard)01/4839146 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition by Mihael Klanjčić and Ivo Zagoda.LAST STATION AND DIPLOMA DISTRIBUTION23. Kamba Garage Gallery Ilica 37091/7500127 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Petar Popijač: Sculptures in neutral buoyancy. The exhibition consists of an aquarium installation, video work and an interactive kinetic installation.RIJEKASTARTING STATION AND OPENING CEREMONY1. Kortil Gallery Circular 8051/584860 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition Socially engaged poster organized by the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka. Exhibitors: Boris Ljubičić, Bojan Hadžihalilović and Tomato Košir.2. Bruckett Gallery 2 Strossmayerova 1051/335403 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Exhibition of the academic painter Eugen Varzić.3. Erste Club Gallery Frana Supila 6072/372555 ersteclubRI@erstebank.comSETTINGS Surprise program.4. Juraj Klović Gallery Verdi 19 b051/338809 email@example.comSETTING Group exhibition of awarded authors of the First Salon of Miniature Art. Exhibitors: Josip Mijić (Grand prix), Žarko Vučković, Sara Matejčić, Ana Radosavljević and Iva Šarić.5. Atelier (Gea Golović) Križanićeva 2a (passage)091/7522320 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION The studio of the academic painter Gee Golović will be open to the public and a tour of her new and previous works. The studio will treat you to a glass of drinks and conversation.6. Gallery of Principles Under Voltun 4095/9131769 email@example.com EXHIBITION Photographic project ‘Korean Happiness’ by Canadian author Nathalie Daoustov. The author uses laboratory photographic procedures to simulate the psychological and other conditions of people in North Korea.7. RiArt Gallery Marka Marulića 10098/634981 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION In the RiArt Gallery, the works of a dozen academic painters and ceramists, as well as several non-established artists, are on permanent display.8. Atelje Vodanović, Blašković, Hercigonja Križanićeva 2/1 (Passage)098/1692757 email@example.comEXHIBITION Conversation with artists in their workspace and a tour of recent works by artists Maja Vodanović, Tanja Blašković and Bojana Hercigonja.9. Small Brucket Gallery Užarska 25051/335403 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING An insight into the 44-year-long tradition of making artistic ceramics of the Bruketa family in the author’s gallery, where designer, contemporary jewelry from their workshop is exhibited.10. Rent a BRI bike Križanićeva 2b 091/4972508 email@example.com SETTING Exhibition Cycling as a philosophy – Bojan Hercigonja, Petar Đakulović and Milan Đekić. The curator of the exhibition is Ana Žarković.11. Youth Club Rijeka Erazma Barčića 9a095/8533003 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition “Colors, shapes and textures” students of the third year of art pedagogy Josip Baljak and Nikola Janjic.LAST STATION AND DIPLOMA DISTRIBUTION12. SKC Gallery Strossmayerova 1051/377051 email@example.comSETTING The exhibition “Rebellion: ’68 in Rijeka and the World” looks back at the student protests held in 1968. A selection of student papers on the topic of activism is on display.PulaSTARTING STATION AND OPENING CEREMONY1.HUIU Zagrebačka 27091/7606144 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Photo exhibition ‘Bearded Men’ – Tomislav Pliško.2.MMC Luka Istarska 30052/214408 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition of students of the School of Applied Arts and Design from Pula.3. Zweiner Gallery Forum 2052/216502 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Exhibition of paintings by Simone Mocenni “Finis Terrae” and “Notturni”.4. Poole Gallery Kandlerova 14091/7930033 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition by Siniša Majkus and Mirko Zrinščak.5. Antun Motika Gallery Laginjina5 052/222662 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Solo exhibition ‘Seventy Years of Painting’ – Gualtiero Mocenni.6. Makina Gallery Capitoline Square 1092/3067619 email@example.com SETTING Exhibition “Mediterranean, Continuity of Man” by Nick Hannes, finalist of the 9th International Organ Vida Photography Festival.7. Amphitheater Gallery Flavijevska bb052/351303 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition “Arena and surrounding parks – then and today”, by Katarina Zenzerović and Monika Petrović (AM Istre).8. Gallery C8 Carrarina 8 052/351303 email@example.com EXHIBITION Exhibition “I will tell you a story”, author Timka Alihodžić (AM Zadar).9. Museum-gallery space of Sacred Heart De Ville’s ascent 8052/351300 firstname.lastname@example.orgSETTING Exhibition “La tela volante”, a group of authors “One Dollar Bill” consisting of: Marko Jakše, Pierre Tol, and Bojan Šumonja.10. Temple of Augustus Forum bb052/351300 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition “Man and the Sea – Fishing in Antiquity through the holdings of the Zadar Archaeological Museum”, author Dušanka Romanović (AMZd)11. UCIPŽ Association Ljudevita Gaja 3099/8198855 firstname.lastname@example.org EXHIBITION Exhibition ‘From line to illustrator’ by Valent Hrvatin, a young artist and member of the association. The exhibition consists of drawings and paintings created from 2011 until today.12.Living Room DC Rojc Ljudevita Gaja 3092/126 3731 email@example.comEXHIBITION Exhibition of photographs “Accepted” by Snježana Bratanović.LAST STATION AND DIPLOMA DISTRIBUTION13.Wheel Ljudevita Gaja 3092 306 7619 firstname.lastname@example.orgEXHIBITION Robert Paulette’s exhibition “On the Wicked” contains seven oil paintings on a tablecloth depicting historical greats / dictators of the 20th century. The fifth jubilee edition of the cultural event Rally by Galleries will be held on Friday, May 25, 2018 from 17 to 22 pm in 50 galleries in Pula, Rijeka and Zagreb.The Galleries Rally is an event that brings together and maps galleries to give artists and art spaces greater visibility, and admission to all galleries is free. This is the first cultural event in Croatia that networks almost all active art galleries in three cities and brings together a large number of artists, curators and collectors, and offers visitors an interactive art program. Visitors will once again have the opportunity to see more exhibitions and works of art in one day than any other day of the year, and those who manage to visit all the galleries will also receive a symbolic diploma.The novelty of this year’s Rally in galleries are the starting locations where maps are downloaded and the event is ceremoniously opened and the starting ribbon is cut. The grand opening of the event will be held in Pula in the HUIU gallery at 17 pm, in Zagreb the opening will be held in the Meštrović pavilion – HDLU, and in Rijeka in the Kortil gallery.See more about this interesting project hereMaintenance program in Zagreb, Pula and Rijeka
Related news: When planning a cycling trip on Krk, keep in mind that tickets are charged for the entrances Skradinski buk, Roški slap, Krka Monastery and Burnum, point out from Np Krk. The website offers mountain, road and trekking trails. All trails are circular and marked in detail, connected to various rest areas and lookouts, and in addition to the basic gpx features of the trails, the trails are also shown through video animation via the Relive platform. “The middle and upper reaches of the Krka River are an ideal destination for all those who want to spend their vacation actively in untouched nature due to its specific terrain configuration and natural phenomena in the environment. All types of cyclists were meant: from beginners to recreational cyclists to professionals – everyone can find the right challenge for themselves.”States from NP Krka. Krka National Park has expanded its tourist offer by arranging fourteen bicycle routes that connect the most attractive parts of the park. And from now on, all the advantages of cycling in the Krka National Park can be discovered in one place through a new website specializing only in cycling tourism – Krka Bike. Na YouTube The channel also published five promotional videos promoting cycling tourism in the Krka National Park. There are a total of five mountain routes, they are intended for cyclists with good physical condition and advanced cycling skills, and they are ridden on well-kept and untidy forest paths with ascents and descents that can have a higher slope. Road routes, of which there are three in the Park area, are characterized by riding sports road bikes on quality asphalt roads, on routes of above-average overall length and different height profiles. They are intended for active athletes looking for physically demanding sports challenges. For active family trips to nature, as well as for occasional recreation, there are six trekking routes, which combine driving on paved roads with driving on quality macadam roads, without technically demanding parts.
Important lesson: It is a great pity that these two events could not be organized over two weekends However, this is very often the case in Croatia. To organize two big events at the same time in the same destination, region or even two TOP events at the national level, and the same theme. That is why it is important to plan strategically at the destination so that a situation does not occur in order to hold two big events that attract the masses at the same time. I hope that this, I can say, historical cover of the Voice of Slavonia will become more and more frequent in Slavonia, because the whole of Slavonia has a huge tourist potential. Also, this year, the Days of Croatian Tourism (DHT) will be held in Osijek from October 02nd to 04th. A great opportunity to promote the whole of Slavonia, which will certainly be the best marketing campaign in the history of Slavonia. Before, during and after DHT, thousands of media articles will be produced that will be motivated by DHT, and if they try to measure the media reach of these publications as well as their financial value, no one can pay for such a campaign. Over 50.000 visitors from all over Croatia as well as Europe are expected to attend the two events. When we multiply this with the daily tourist consumption of each tourist / visitor, then it is clear that tourism, and especially events, is not a cost, but an investment that returns to the local economy. Everyone benefits from tourism, vertically and horizontally, and that is the greatest power of tourism. Certainly how it would be much more efficient to hold two events weekend after weekend than at the same time. We finally welcomed how Slavonia, in this case Osijek, is cracking at the “seams” because absolutely all accommodation capacities are full. And not only in Osijek, but also in Baranja and the surroundings of Osijek, even in Vinkovci. Slavonia has everything in the palm of your hand, and this year the focus of the media and the profession is on Slavonia. And most importantly, this is a great opportunity for Slavonia to tell its own story, a new positive story about the loom of continental tourism. Photo: Glas Slavonije For this reason, each destination should have a schedule of events at the destination, because in this way the organizers of events could be much better organized and planned and there would be no duplication. Osijek booked – read yesterday’s cover Voice of Slavonia. That is why we will soon launch a national calendar of events within the HrTurizam.hr portal, in order to facilitate the planning of tourist events, festivals and various events. RELATED NEWS: Of course in this case it was not possible to wisely plan and organize these two major events not to clash with the same date of the event, as both events had strictly defined dates of the event. The reason for this is two TOP events. It’s the first Pannonian Challenge, which has long been positioned as the largest festival of extreme sports in this part of Europe, and the qualifying match for Euro Croatia – Wales, which is played this Saturday in the sold-out City Garden.
Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Having attended the latest town of Glenville Board meeting and listening to the residents of Touareuna Road voice concerns about the closing of part of their road, I have to speak up.Closing any road in the town is a hard decision, but it seems like money is the big obstacle here to repair or resurface this road.If the town of Glenville can spend huge dollars on sidewalks to nowhere in Mayfair, they can find the money for Touareuna Road.Bernard WitkowskiScotiaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesSchenectady teens accused of Scotia auto theft, chase; Ended in Clifton Park crash, Saratoga Sheriff…
Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionWhile listening to Channel 6 news recently, they reported that a group wants to set up a place where drug users could shoot up safely under supervision. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought it was illegal to sell drugs in New York. Also, I thought it was illegal to buy and use drugs in this state, and these people want to enable people to break the law so they can be safe. Why not just legalize drug usage in New York, provided that the drugs have to be bought from a licensed grower and dealer. I realize there will be those who wish to do it illegally as in Prohibition. For those who are caught doing it, they should be put to death. That would discourage those criminals. Why pay $100,000 a year to jail them?While we’re at it, let’s protect other unfortunates. I don’t know what leads a person into prostitution, but I’ve seen stories where prostitutes have been killed by their johns and beaten by their pimps. Why not create rooms similar to the drug rooms where they would be paid and supervised?With a state-run bordello, the prostitutes could be under a doctor’s care to ensure their health. They can be paid a set fee and tipped for exceptional service, something like you’d do for a great haircut. We can tax both enterprises, which would help our economy. They’d have to be licensed by the state. As for those who choose to perform outside the law, there would be no police protection. If beaten or killed, that’s the breaks. If you can think of some other endeavor, I’m sure the state would be happy to listen.Peter PidgeonScotiaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation
Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionFirst some history: 160 years ago, you could own a slave. People fought to the death for the right for you to own a slave. One hundred years ago, your mother was not entitled to vote. Thirty years ago, you could smoke a cigarette almost anywhere. Twenty years ago, Adam could marry Eve but not Steve.And so, as surely as the sun will rise tomorrow, effective gun control will come. The critical question is, “How many more children must die until then?”James FogartyNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationPuccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfectEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motorists
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The Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center (PVMBG) is urging the government to set a limit on the number of vehicles allowed to drive on the Cikampek-Purwakarta-Padalarang (Cipularang) toll road, following heavy landslides that have occurred in the surrounding area.PVMBG head Kasbani made the recommendation after his team conducted a study in the area, also taking into consideration the heavy rain that has continued to pour down on the region.“[We recommend limiting the number of vehicles] to avoid further, bigger landslides and possible deaths,” Kasbani said in a statement on Monday. Six houses were damaged by a landslide last week in Hegarmanah village, West Bandung, at about the highway’s 118 kilometer mark.Kasbani recommended that authorities work to dry up the large pools of water on the north and south sides of the toll road.“[We also suggested] repairing and creating a waterproof drainage system that follows the water flow from the rice field area located in the north to the housing complex in the south,” Kasbani said. The PVMBG team also advised that a geological investigation be conducted to protect the valley using vegetation or engineering modifications. “[We should also] watch out for cracks, leaks, newly formed bumps in the valley, new water springs and rockfalls, as well as other early signs of landslides,” Kasbani said. Separately, Pratomo Bimawan Putra, the general manager of the Purbaleunyi branch of state toll road operator PT Jasa Marga, said the highway remained safe for travel despite being only seven meters away from the center of the landslide.“Jasa Marga will undertake temporary safety measures by putting up wooden planks and sandbags around the area, dispatching officers to monitor the surrounding area and cleaning out the drainage,” Bima said, adding that the company would also put up warning signs and coordinate with the police to manage traffic. (dpk) Topics :
Boeing Co found debris that could pose potential safety risks in the fuel tanks of several 737 MAX aircraft that are in storage and waiting to be delivered to airlines, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Tuesday.Foreign object debris, an industrial term for rags, tools, metal shavings and other materials left behind by workers during the production process, has been a quality control issue for various Boeing aircraft, such as its KC-46 tankers.Mark Jenks, general manager of the 737 program, told employees in the memo that such debris was “absolutely unacceptable” and that the company was taking steps to address the issue in its production system. A Boeing spokesman confirmed the memo’s authenticity, and said Boeing does not see the debris as contributing to delays in the jet’s return to service.The objects were found during maintenance work on some of the hundreds of 737 MAX jetliners Boeing has built but not delivered due to a worldwide ban imposed last March following two crashes that killed 346 people, he said.The FAA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Topics :
China’s foreign ministry said its actions are “entirely necessary and reciprocal countermeasures that China is compelled to take in response to the unreasonable oppression the Chinese media organizations experience in the US,” noting what it said are “discriminatory restrictions” on Chinese journalists’ visa processing, administrative review and reporting activities.Secretary of State Michael Pompeo dismissed the moves and the comparison to the US decision in a news conference Tuesday with reporters in Washington, saying he hopes Beijing will reconsider.“These aren’t apples to apples in any respect and I regret China’s decision today to further foreclose the world’s ability to conduct the free press operations which, frankly, would be really good for the Chinese people, really good for the Chinese people in these incredibly challenging global times where more information, more transparency are what will save lives,” Pompeo said.Topics : China will effectively expel a group of US journalists and prohibit them from relocating to work in Hong Kong or Macau as a tit-for-tat over media access between the two countries expands.China’s foreign ministry on Tuesday said some reporters at the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post must hand in their media cards within 10 days in what it said was a response to US caps on Chinese media imposed early this month.In addition, China asked five US media outlets to submit detailed personnel and asset information to the government, a decision that mirrored a US move to designate five Chinese media outlets as “foreign missions.” This requirement applies to Voice of America, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Time.