PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS
Every Sunday, between 3 pm and 5.30 pm
An interpreter for deaf people is present on every last Sunday of the month: 27 September, 25 October, 29 November. Guided tours of the main exhibition of the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts Over you/you are being conducted. Meeting place in front of MGLC, viewing of the exhibition at MGLC, followed by a walk through the Jakopič Promenade, visit to the exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (at 4 pm) and the Jakopič Gallery (at 5 pm).
Tuesday, 20 September, between 4 pm and 5.30 pm: Miran Mohar, visual artist and vice-dean of the AVA Academy of Visual Arts
Tuesday, 17 November, between 4.30 pm and 6 pm: Mitja Velikonja, professor of cultural studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, and Sandi Abram, cultural anthropologist
For more information about the programme visit International Centre of Graphic Arts.
CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF THE LJUBLJANA BIENNIAL OF GRAPHIC ARTSĐ
Thursday, 1 October, between 4 pm and 6 pm
Free of charge guided tour as part of the European Heritage Days 2015 and for the participants of the Festival of the Third Age. Meeting place in front of MGLC, viewing of the exhibition at MGLC, followed by a walk through the Jakopič Promenade, visit to the exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (at 5 pm).
Subscription holders of the KUL abonma for young people aged between 15 and 25 years can enjoy free entrance to the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts.
Special guided tour: Wednesday, 30 September, at 3 pm
Meeting place in front of MGLC, viewing of the exhibition at MGLC, followed by a walk through the Jakopič Promenade, visit to the exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (at 4 pm).
SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
Tuesday, 29 September, at 5 pm
Thursday, 12 November, at 5 pm
Forward to the Past: About the Emergence and Development of the International Biennial of Graphic Arts by dr. Marko Jenko; animation workshops for children are held at the same time.
Coffee Shop of Moderna galerija
from Tuesday to Sunday: 20–25 October
AVA (Zala Kobe, Vanja Erjavec, Ana Jagodic, Nina Oblak, Sanja Vatič, Evelina Hägglund, Gregor Rozman, Luka Savić): White on White
A series of art events by a young collective from the AVA Academy.
Academy of Visual Arts (AVA) and David Gothard: White on white (2015)
The British artistic director David Gothard, former director of avant-garde performance space Riverside Studios in London has invited a group of emerging Slovenian artists currently studying at The Academy of Visual Arts in Ljubljana (AVA) to work together on a project for the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts. Students who have named themselves White on white will with dialogue with Miran Mohar, co-founding member of the art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK), and Vice Dean of AVA, the group, and David Gothard collaborate on a new work. White on white’s project will take place in the Moderna Galerija cafe, transforming the space with minimal staging devices such as lighting and ladders, and the group will be present in the café serving refreshments for the first four days of the biennial. With input from Gothard, White on white will create performances and interventions exploring the basic elements of art, including matter, sound, color, light and space. White on white consists eight members: Zala Kobe, Vanja Erjavec, Ana Jagodic, Nina Oblak, Sanja Vatič, Evelina Hägglund, Gregor Rozman and Luka Savić.