The Night of Museums to take place on 20th May

This year’s Night of Museums will take place on 20th May, and the overall theme will be “Big and Small Revolutions” that influenced art and the lives of ordinary people – the event organizers announce.

The event’s programming council, comprised of architect and academic Branislav Mitrovic, theatre director Nebojsa Bradic, historian Dr Radina Vucetic, sculptor and university professor Mrdjan Bajic, and graphic designer Borut Vild, devised the programme of this year’s Night of Museums.

“The overall theme will bring to mind the revolutions of the 20th century, and prompt the visitors to remember these revolutions in the context of new age”, says the founder and director of The Night of Museums, Ana Petrovic.

Small or big revolutions often evoked fears in our contemporaries, regardless of these revolutions actually causing huge political or social changes, be it the length of skirts that women wore or a new musical genre. The event will focus on these kinds of revolutions, highlighting also the most notable revolutionaries of the 20th century.

The Night of Museums is a part of the European Night of Museums, and is a unique cultural event that takes place in over 120 cities worldwide.

(RTS. 22.02.2017)

http://www.rts.rs/page/stories/sr/story/16/kultura/2639823/velike-i-male-revolucije-u-noci-muzeja-20-maja.html

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