Slovenski magazin

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Kurnikova hiša v Tržiču je danes muzej. V 19. stoletju pa so tu živele generacije kolarjev. Izdelovali in popravljali so vozove, orodja. Janez Pergar, eden zadnjih izučenih slovenskih kolarjev, še vedno rad predstavi svoj poklic kot kulturno dediščino. Eva Peterson Lenassi sodi v srednjo generacijo slovenskih kipark. V njenem ateljeju se kiparstvo in lončarstvo prepletata ter združujeta. Odziv na njeno umetnost, ki velja za zelo izčiščeno, je bil tako v Evropi kot tudi na Daljnem Vzhodu, predvsem v Hong Kongu in Južni Koreji, kjer je imela razstave, zelo dober. Štirideseta leta prejšnjega stoletja so bila leta velikih big bandov, ki so igrali swing jazz oziroma plesno glasbo. V Sloveniji je bila ta glasba na vrhuncu takoj po drugi svetovni vojni. Big Band RTV Slovenija je postal vodilni slovenski jazzovski orkester. Letos praznuje 75 let delovanja in velja za eno najstarejših zasedb na svetu. V letošnjem letu je eno najuglednejših priznanj Planinske zveze Slovenije - Priznanje za življenjsko delo v alpinizmu prejel alpinist, gorski vodnik, reševalec Anton Sazonov – Tonač. Veronika Macarol je študenta arhitekture, ki se sprošča ob slikanju. Vendar pa javnost pozna Veroniko v drugi vlogi. Skupaj s Tino Mrak veljata za najboljši slovenski jadralki. Na olimpijskih igrah v Riu de Janeiru sta za le za las zgrešili olimpijsko odličje, zato so njune želje za Tokio usmerjene najvišje. *** Today, the Kurnik house in Tržič is a museum. In the 19th century, it was home to generations of wheelwrights. This is where they made and repaired wagons and tools. Janez Pergar, one of the last professionally trained Slovenian wheelwrights, still enjoys presenting his profession as part of the local cultural heritage. Eva Peterson Lenassi belongs to the middle generation of Slovenian sculptors. Sculpture and pottery intertwine and combine in her studio. Her art is considered highly refined and her exhibitions are met with a very good reception in both Europe and the Far East, particularly in Hong Kong and South Korea. The 1940s was a decade of Big Bands playing swing jazz or music for dancing. This style of music reached its peak in Slovenia immediately after World War II. The RTV Slovenia Big Band became the leading Slovenian jazz orchestra. This year, the orchestra is celebrating 75 years and is considered one of the world’s oldest ensembles of its kind. This year, one of the most prestigious awards of the Alpine Association of Slovenia – the Lifetime Achievement Award – went to mountaineer, mountain guide and mountain rescue member Anton Sazonov – Tonač. Veronika Macarol is a student of architecture who relaxes by painting. However, the public knows her in a different role. Alongside Tina Mrak, she is considered Slovenia’s best competitive sailor. At the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the duo came within a hair’s breadth of standing on the podium, which is why their aspirations for Tokyo are geared towards the very top.

Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

Kurnikova hiša v Tržiču je danes muzej. V 19. stoletju pa so tu živele generacije kolarjev. Izdelovali in popravljali so vozove, orodja. Janez Pergar, eden zadnjih izučenih slovenskih kolarjev, še vedno rad predstavi svoj poklic kot kulturno dediščino. Eva Peterson Lenassi sodi v srednjo generacijo slovenskih kipark. V njenem ateljeju se kiparstvo in lončarstvo prepletata ter združujeta. Odziv na njeno umetnost, ki velja za zelo izčiščeno, je bil tako v Evropi kot tudi na Daljnem Vzhodu, predvsem v Hong Kongu in Južni Koreji, kjer je imela razstave, zelo dober. Štirideseta leta prejšnjega stoletja so bila leta velikih big bandov, ki so igrali swing jazz oziroma plesno glasbo. V Sloveniji je bila ta glasba na vrhuncu takoj po drugi svetovni vojni. Big Band RTV Slovenija je postal vodilni slovenski jazzovski orkester. Letos praznuje 75 let delovanja in velja za eno najstarejših zasedb na svetu. V letošnjem letu je eno najuglednejših priznanj Planinske zveze Slovenije - Priznanje za življenjsko delo v alpinizmu prejel alpinist, gorski vodnik, reševalec Anton Sazonov – Tonač. Veronika Macarol je študenta arhitekture, ki se sprošča ob slikanju. Vendar pa javnost pozna Veroniko v drugi vlogi. Skupaj s Tino Mrak veljata za najboljši slovenski jadralki. Na olimpijskih igrah v Riu de Janeiru sta za le za las zgrešili olimpijsko odličje, zato so njune želje za Tokio usmerjene najvišje. *** Today, the Kurnik house in Tržič is a museum. In the 19th century, it was home to generations of wheelwrights. This is where they made and repaired wagons and tools. Janez Pergar, one of the last professionally trained Slovenian wheelwrights, still enjoys presenting his profession as part of the local cultural heritage. Eva Peterson Lenassi belongs to the middle generation of Slovenian sculptors. Sculpture and pottery intertwine and combine in her studio. Her art is considered highly refined and her exhibitions are met with a very good reception in both Europe and the Far East, particularly in Hong Kong and South Korea. The 1940s was a decade of Big Bands playing swing jazz or music for dancing. This style of music reached its peak in Slovenia immediately after World War II. The RTV Slovenia Big Band became the leading Slovenian jazz orchestra. This year, the orchestra is celebrating 75 years and is considered one of the world’s oldest ensembles of its kind. This year, one of the most prestigious awards of the Alpine Association of Slovenia – the Lifetime Achievement Award – went to mountaineer, mountain guide and mountain rescue member Anton Sazonov – Tonač. Veronika Macarol is a student of architecture who relaxes by painting. However, the public knows her in a different role. Alongside Tina Mrak, she is considered Slovenia’s best competitive sailor. At the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the duo came within a hair’s breadth of standing on the podium, which is why their aspirations for Tokyo are geared towards the very top.