Split City Museum Program Takes Visitors from Diocletian’s Cellars to Art Galleries
Another Museum Night specialty will take place at the Split City Museum! On January 27, from 6 to 11 pm, visitors can attend various exhibitions, taking them from Diocletian’s cellars to art galleries.
- Visit the Cellars of Diocletian’s Palace with a cup of hot tea. On Museum Night, the senior curator of the Split City Museum, Vedrana Supan, will be available from 6 to 10 pm (break from 8 to 8:30 pm) for information about the Cellars.
- Pedagogical – educational workshop for children with professional guidance from 6 to 7 pm by the senior museum curator – pedagogue Marija Plazibat. To participate in the workshop for children, register by January 25 at 3 pm at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The number of participants in the workshop is limited.
- Exhibition Fragments of the Imperial Palace in Split’s Past. Visit the permanent exhibition Fragments of the Imperial Palace in Split’s Past in the cubicles of the eastern part of the Basement.
- Visit the permanent exhibition at the Emanuel Vidović Gallery. In addition to the visit, Nela Žižić, museum advisor of the Split City Museum, will guide visitors through the permanent exhibition.
- Dunav Rendić Exhibition – painter and bohemian. For the first time, the exhibition presents the work of the almost forgotten and once very popular painter Dunav Rendić (Zagreb, 1880 – Split, 1944), son of the famous sculptor Ivan Rendić, who lived a bohemian life in interwar Split. The most significant part of his oeuvre of uneven quality is Split and Dalmatian vistas, marinas, fishing boats, and sailboats, which he sold to tourists and passers-by.
- Visit the Gallery of the Split City Museum on Dioklecijanova Street for the Exhibition 70 years on Papalićeva. “Until now, dear Dmine Papalić, I have interpreted other people’s Monuments, and now we will explain those of our ancestors:..” This is what Marko Marulić wrote to his friend Dmine (Dominik) Papalić between 1503 and 1510 in his work ‘The Interpreter of the Inscriptions of the Ancients.’ Visitors can learn more about the history of the Museum at the exhibition itself.
Sales of publications at promotional prices and commemorative packages will be available at the reception of Diocletian’s Cellars, and part of the offered assortment of selected publications and souvenirs will also be available at the reception of the Emanuel Vidović Gallery.
“We are looking forward to your arrival because museums are important!” concluded the Split City Museum.