"Jovan Jovanović Zmaj" Memorial Collection (The Museum of Zmaj) will be closed for visitors between Aug. 28th and Sept. 11th, 2017.
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The Good Old Typewriter Exhibit by Divna Gacic and curator Mariana Ratkelic Lazic of City Museum of Novi Sad shows a selection of rich and valuable typewriter collection, different makes and models, from the end of 19th century to the ones made in former Yugoslavia near the end of 20th century.
Grand opening is on Thursday, Aug 24th at 7pm, Arsenal building on the Petrovaradin fortress,
exhibit ends on October 24th, 2017.
City Museum of Novi Sad and Military Museum Beograd are opening the exhibit KOJEKUDE KARAĐORĐE, authors: Gordane Bulović and Mirka Pekovića.
Friday, 07. 07. 2017. 8PM Foreign Arts collection, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad.
City Museum of Novi Sad invites you to witness the creation of real works of art on cakes and muffins by twenty-two year old Sasha Aleksic.
Starting Sat, June 3rd 2017 at 7pm, Foreign Arts Collection, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad.
City Museum of Novi Sad in cooperation with Museum of Yugoslavia announces opening of the Royal Gifts exhibit, 25th of May at 8 P.M. in the Atrium on the Petrovaradin fortress. Exhibit remains open until June 29th, 2017.
Exhibit: Teapots – Witnesses of the past
from Marija Kasaš Collection
Author: dr Gordana Petković, historian – Museum Advisor
Opening: Wednesday, 10th of May, 7pm
Location: Homeland Collection, Sremski Karlovci, Patrijarha Rajačića 16
Timeframe: May 10th – June 30th, 2017.
Sensational exhibit in the City Museum of Novi Sad
FOUR CATS - FOUR GREAT SPANIARDS
Famous names such as Picasso, Dalí, Miró and Tàpies - individually have been remarkably innovative and have broadened horizons of 20th century art.
Exhibit is named after a well known cafe in Barcelona (Els Quatre Gats) where some of the greatest artists of their time used to gather. The place was open in 1897 and is considered the center of Catalonia's modernism.
Closing ceremony of our Serbian Wedding exhibit is scheduled for Tuesday, 18.04.2017. 7-9pm in the Foreign Arts Collection Building, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad.
Last day admission is free - from 10am to 6pm.