Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

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Planota Komna, nad Bohinjskim jezerom v Triglavskem narodnem parku, je pozimi je zelo priljubljena med turnimi smučarji. Hiša morja Izolana pripoveduje zgodbe, ki jih je spisalo morje, predvsem pa o ribištvu kot glavni gospodarski dejavnosti v Izoli. Katja Felle je konceptualno dovršena in drzna mlada vizualna umetnica. Glavna tema njenega ustvarjanja so motnje v komunikaciji. Kostumografka, scenografka in vsestranska gledališka, predvsem pa lutkovna ustvarjalka Barbara Stupica posebno pozornost namenja izbiri in kombinaciji, tudi odsluženih, materialov. Pred dvema desetletjema so rudnik Mežica zaprli, opuščeni rovi pa zdaj ponujajo zanimiva adrenalinska doživetja. ** Komna is an extensive plateau above Lake Bohinj and part of the Triglav National Park. In the winter, it is extremely popular with off-piste skiers. The Dom na Komni mountain hut is open all year round and is one of the most visited mountain huts in the Slovenian mountains. Izola is an old fishing town on the Slovenian coast. It was once an island, which is still testified by its name. Today, the Izolana museum, also known as the House of the Sea, reveals the stories of the sea, particularly fishing, which used to be amongst the leading economic activities there. Katja Felle is a young visual artist and a painter, who continues her MA studies on the Kunst im Kontext programme at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. She is one of the most recognized, conceptually accomplished and daring young artists. The main motif of her creations is communication disruptions. Barbara Stupica is a costume and set designer, as well as an all-round theatre artist, but most of all, she is a puppeteer. She loves to work with cast-off materials. She has received numerous awards and prizes for her work. Under Peca Mountain in the eastern part of the Karavanke Mountains in the north of the country, miners extracted lead and zinc ore for more than 300 years, producing several thousand kilometres of tunnels that extend over 64 square kilometres. Two decades ago, the Mežica mine was closed and the abandoned tunnels now offer interesting adrenaline experiences.

Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

Planota Komna, nad Bohinjskim jezerom v Triglavskem narodnem parku, je pozimi je zelo priljubljena med turnimi smučarji. Hiša morja Izolana pripoveduje zgodbe, ki jih je spisalo morje, predvsem pa o ribištvu kot glavni gospodarski dejavnosti v Izoli. Katja Felle je konceptualno dovršena in drzna mlada vizualna umetnica. Glavna tema njenega ustvarjanja so motnje v komunikaciji. Kostumografka, scenografka in vsestranska gledališka, predvsem pa lutkovna ustvarjalka Barbara Stupica posebno pozornost namenja izbiri in kombinaciji, tudi odsluženih, materialov. Pred dvema desetletjema so rudnik Mežica zaprli, opuščeni rovi pa zdaj ponujajo zanimiva adrenalinska doživetja. ** Komna is an extensive plateau above Lake Bohinj and part of the Triglav National Park. In the winter, it is extremely popular with off-piste skiers. The Dom na Komni mountain hut is open all year round and is one of the most visited mountain huts in the Slovenian mountains. Izola is an old fishing town on the Slovenian coast. It was once an island, which is still testified by its name. Today, the Izolana museum, also known as the House of the Sea, reveals the stories of the sea, particularly fishing, which used to be amongst the leading economic activities there. Katja Felle is a young visual artist and a painter, who continues her MA studies on the Kunst im Kontext programme at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. She is one of the most recognized, conceptually accomplished and daring young artists. The main motif of her creations is communication disruptions. Barbara Stupica is a costume and set designer, as well as an all-round theatre artist, but most of all, she is a puppeteer. She loves to work with cast-off materials. She has received numerous awards and prizes for her work. Under Peca Mountain in the eastern part of the Karavanke Mountains in the north of the country, miners extracted lead and zinc ore for more than 300 years, producing several thousand kilometres of tunnels that extend over 64 square kilometres. Two decades ago, the Mežica mine was closed and the abandoned tunnels now offer interesting adrenaline experiences.