Friday, May 7, 2010

The Museum Night

Belgrade, April, 05. 2010 (Serbia Today) - „The Museum Night“ constituted in 2005, is one of the best known cultural events in Serbia, the most visited and only manifestation that engages in a popular way its cultural heritage. More than 170 museums and gallery spaces on the territory of the whole of Serbia will be opened on May 12, 2010, from 6pm-2am.
Seventy locations will be opened in Belgrade, around 30 in Novi Sad, 15 in Valjevo, 10 in Sabac and Nis. The Museum Night will be held also in Kikinda, Zrenjanin, Sombor, Subotica, Vrbas, Zajecar, Aleksinac, Jagodina, Cacak, Kragujevac, Uzice, Sirogojno, Kraljevo, Pancevo, Pozarevac, Vrsac and Vranje.
As in the previous years, this year as well „The Museum Night“ will be accompanied by a unique cultural spectacle, including performances throughout the city, fashion shows, numerous music concerts of local and international bands. The GSP(City Transportation Company) will transport visitors free of charge from location to location, with a ticket for the Museum Night. The Museum night is sponsored by many Cultural Centers and Embassies, and general sponsor of this manifestation is the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia and Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade. For a complete conceptual and executive organization is responsible UPG "Museum Night". This year again, the main sponsor of the event is Telekom Serbia.
This is a unique cultural spectacle presented in more than 120 cities around the world. At the invitation of the Ministry of Culture of France, the Serbian "Museum Night" in 2006 officially became a member of the European Association of Museums Night, whose sponsors are the European Commission and UNESCO.
Art-event production group announced a rich audio and visual program that will use numerous museums and galleries, to attract the attention of hundreds of thousands of visitors, so that all present in the cities where this night will take place, will have the opportunity to see and learn about their cultural heritage.

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