City Museum of Novi Sad is celebrating 60 years of existence on October 22, 2014.
Museum Week event starts on Wed, 22nd October, 13:00 in the Arsenal building on Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad.
At the moment due to technical problems our underground military gallery tours are not possible.
City Museum of Novi Sad will send out a new announcement as soon as underground galleries open for public access again.
Exhibit: "Memories, taken over - Museum of childhood photo achive"
Authors: Vladimir Perić, multimedial artist, Belgrade and Milica Stojanov, art historian, Belgrade
Exhibit organizer: Ivana Jovanović-Gudrić, curator, City Museum of Novog Sada
Location: City Museum of Novog Sada, Foreign Arts Collection, Dunavska 29, Novi Sad
Time: 26. March – 24. April 2014.
Grand opening: 26. March, 07 P.M.
City Museum of Novi Sad kindly invites you to the opening of our latest exhibit
City Museum of Novi Sad
Foreign Arts Collection
Dunavska 29, 21000 Novi Sad
Vernissage 1. February 2014. 7 P.M.
This exhibit remains open until the end of February.
The basic idea of Sweet scent of the past exhibit is to show the fusion of traditional and contemporary ways of making sweets. Exhibit shows objects, texts and photos which explain the culture of consuming and preparation of sweets from the ancient civilisations to the modern age, bringing a new trend reflected in opening of the first candy stores and workshops in Npvi Sad, where the history of these sweet treats was written.
Exhibit opens on Tuesday, December 17th, 6PM, COllection of Foreign Arts, Dunavska 29, and will remain open until January 31st 2014. Admission is one sweet.
Museum of Novi Sad has the pleasure to invite you to the opening of "Man and Health" exhibit by Gordana Bulović, curator and historian, and Radovan Bunardžić, museum adviser and archaeologist, which will take place on October 22nd, 2013, at 2pm in the Arsenal building on Petrovaradin fortress. We proudly present gathered artifacts and material, with intention of presenting the large scope of content owned by museums in Serbia, in relation to health from prehistoric era until today.