The exhibition "Voices of Silence" by an award-winning painter living and creating in Sutomore is open until April 15th at the Bar Castle.
The opening exhibition of 'Documentary Photography of Montenegro' has been announced for April 13, 2018, at the Museum and Gallery of Tivat.
There are 15 regional institutions with only one student in school this year, of which five belong to elementary schools in the Nikšić area, and four in the Municipality of Pljevlja. Teachers of these regional units stated that the lack of being surrounded by other classmates has an advantage.
The “Alter Medi Fest” and “Festival of Health” has been announced for April 15th from 10-19h, at the Torch Beach Club in Budva. The events are organized by the “BIjeli Lotos” institute.
We all know that dogs are a man’s best friend, but how many of us are willing to help an abandoned dog (not purebred) into our homes? At the end of the day, all these dogs really want is someone who will provide them with shelter and food, and they will give just as much pure, unconditional love in return.
The exhibition "Drawing as an Experiment", curated by art historian Nataša Nikčević, includes the works of 45 Montenegrin artists of different statements. The exhibition opened two nights ago at the Petrović Castle in Podgorica.
Traditionally in April, the KIC programs mark musical content with the recognizable and popular manifestation "Month of Jazz in Montenegro", which will be opened at the Great hall on April 3rd. The event will open with the concert of famous Bosnian vocal artist Nataša Mirković under the title "En El Amor: Sefard songs of southeastern Europe". Mirković will be supported by renowned artists including French soloist, Michel Godard and the American drummer and percussionist Jarrod Cagwin.
Dragan Karadžić graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1978, in the class of Professor Radenko Mišević. With the same professor he did his master degree in 1980. He independently exhibited at 59 exhibitions in the country and abroad.
Viber users in Montenegro can take over the stickers of the Army of Montenegro from today, the Ministry of Defense announced.
The declaration compiled by linguists and other experts from all four countries notes that Bosniaks, Serbs, Croats and Montenegrins speak a joint polycentric standard language.