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Exhibition "OdraSTanje" (27.09.2017.)

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The Sinj Cultural Center in cooperation with the Ethnographic Museum of Split in Sinj set the exhibition 'The 60s and 70s' growing up
The Sinj Cultural Center in cooperation with the Ethnographic Museum of Split in Sinj set the exhibition 'The 60s and 70s' growing up.
The exhibition is open on Friday, 22 September at 19:00 and will last until 20 October and will be open every working day from 9am to 2pm and from 7pm to 7pm and from 9am to 1pm on Saturdays.
Along with the exhibition, there were organized workshops and playrooms for preschool and school children where the KUS staff and animators will get acquainted with the games that grew up in the generations born in the 60s and 70s of the last century.
The Growing Exposition was set up last year at the Ethnographic Museum in Split and caused a great deal of interest by Splićana. The author of the exhibition, Vedrana Premuž Đipalo, collected with the help of fictitious objects, toys, photographs, comics and various other memorabilia used for play and entertainment more than half a century ago in Split (60s and 70s)
Sinj's Corner was created in Sinj, and the organizers invited the fellow citizens to bring their favorite childhood toys and exhibit them to tell the story of today's children about fun and memorable items from their age when their parents and grandchildren were children.
The author of the exhibition in Sinj is Vedrana Premuž Đipalo, a senior museum pedagogue and ethnologist at the Ethnographic Museum of Split.


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