“Through Time & Serbia”
Saturday, September 3rd 2011
program at the Museum of African Art in Belgrade, Andre Nikolića 14
On Saturday, September 3rd 2011 as part of the program marking the 50th anniversary of the Non-Aligned Movement, the Museum of African Art along with the initiators of the "Through Time and Serbia" project, the Student Conference of the Universities of Serbia (SKONUS) - will be organising a guided tour through the MAA permanent collection, which will end with an "Open-air Gathering" in the Museum Garden.
The "Through Time and Serbia" project (SKONUS) is based on the idea of introducing and developing an interest among students from non-aligned countries, to study and live in Serbia. The project will include students from Serbia and students from the "World in Serbia" project (students from non-aligned countries currently residing in Serbia, and preparing to live here). The reason for organizing this project is the desire to restore the link between students from Serbia and non-aligned countries. On this occasion we invite all students who wish to share their experiences and learn more about this project, to join the "Open-air Gathering" in the Garden of the Museum which will take place on Saturday, September 3rd at 7 p.m.
*The guided tour is intended only for participants of the Student Conference
Program at the Museum:
Guided tour: The History Museum of the Museum of African Art: The Founders and Permanent Exhibition Concept; guide: Emilia Epštajn, MAA curator
Presentation: The MAA Today: exhibiting and educational programs; guide: Marija Ličina, MAA curator
Official greeting by the Dean of the African Group in Belgrade, the Ambassador of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria H.E. Mr. Abdelkader Mesdoua
Open-Air Gathering, garden cocktail (open to all students; free entrance)