This merry day of culture in UGM
Maribor Art Gallery, Strossmayerjeva 6
Sunday, 3 December 2017, 10.00-18.00

Join us on This merry day of culture! Let a guided tour through the exhibition Bojan Golija - a retrospective, a kids' workshop and Young experts UGM festively take you on a journey of the retrospective exhibition of Golija's opus. On this day, there is no entrance fee to see the exhibition and there will be a 30% discount on all UGM publications!

Guided tour / Bojan Golija - a retrospective
Sunday, 3 December 2017, 11:00
Guided by: Dr. Marjeta Ciglenečki

On This Merry Day of Culture, join Dr. Marjeta Ciglenečki on a guided tour around the exhibition Bojan Golija - a retrospective. Golija's creativity was influenced by his studies at the Ljubljana academy, where he was one of the favourite students of Božidar Jakac. In 1957 he travelled to Japan, where he got acquainted with the technique of Japanese colour woodcut and fell in love with the Japanese culture.

This Merry Day of Culture / Kids' workshop (4+)
Sunday, 3 December 2017, 15:30-17:00
Guided by: Sarita Zupanc in Urša Rotman

On This Merry Day of Culture we kindly invite kids, to get to know the world of Bojan Golija's art through stories, games and artistic creation. How did the artist express his world with art? On this workshop we will try out some of the graphic techniques, he used in his creating or even get to invent some new techniques, like Golija. With the created artwork, we will decorate the UGM christmas tree! Participation is free of charge. 

This Merry Day of Culture / Young experts UGM introduce themselves
Sunday, 3 December 2017, 17:00–18:00
Guided by: Zala Bradač, Daja Jöbstl, Tita Rotar, Bela Strnad Ornik, Ajda Varl in Brigita Strnad

Join Young Experts UGM, as they guide you through the exhibition Bojan Golija - a retrospective. They have spent the past two months intensively getting to know the artist's work. Among other things, they have met the curator of the exhibition and modern artists in the field of graphics, visited institutions of graphic arts and developed the understanding of graphics through their own creative processes and artistic expression, creating artwork themselves. They got acquainted with techniques such as stencyl print, collagues, screen printing, dry needle technique and many others. Participation is free of charge.