Event

Museum Summer Night 2020 at MAO

6/20/-6/20/2020

 
The Museum Summer Night in MAO will start at 6 pm in the park in front of Fužine castle. 
The castle park will become a fair of ideas and objects, where you will be able to listen the stories of crafts and design and buy your favourite product. Thematic workshops and a fairytale corner will be organised for children.
 
Programme
17.00 – 21.00
Fair – Meeting point, castle park
Creators and craftsmen participating in the Made-In exhibition will present their work.
 
17.00 – 21.00
Children workshops and fairytale corner, castle park
 
20.00 – 22.00
Music in the park: Artel band
Karin Lori Krivec - vocal, Jaka Predalič - guitar, Simon Bezek - drums, Marko Petrušič - keyboard, Tomaž Dobravc - bass guitar.
 
22.00
Storytelling evening with Katarina Nahtigal, castle courtyard

Free admission to the exhibitions
10.00–00.00
 
Guided tours of exhibitions at MAO will take place every full hour
18.00 MADE IN: STORIES OF CRAFTS AND DESIGN
19.00 [Tunel 29] Oblikovanje za postapokaliptični svet
20.00 AN OBJECT AND A COLLECTION
21.00 MADE IN: STORIES OF CRAFTS AND DESIGN
22.00 [Tunel 29] Oblikovanje za postapokaliptični svet
23.00 Night exploration of the Fužine castle.
 
MAO Café will be available for drinks and refreshments. Live musical accompaniment will be provided by Artel.
 
Welcome to join us and spend a pleasant summer evening with us.
 
 
Exhibitions in MAO
 
The exhibition MADE IN: STORIES OF CRAFTS AND DESIGN explores the relationship between traditional cultures of making and contemporary design production. Through objects taken from the archives, photographic materials and newly created projects, the exhibition addresses a number of current issues today, like locally sourced materials, encouraging local production, the potential of new technologies in heritage conservation, and the development of new models of collaboration.
 
[Tunnel 29] Design for the Post-Apocalyptic World is a group exhibition of projects by contemporary Slovenian designers on the future, when our natural environment has been destroyed and we live in Tunnel 29. The projects selected from an open call envisage a dark future, a post-industrial dystopia where life persists in a closely controlled artificial environment filled with DIY furniture made of recycled plastics, wood from invasive plants and salvaged scrap metal, with survivors growing our own food in isolation.
 
The exhibition AN OBJECT AND A COLLECTION focuses on the relationship between the collection of the Museum of Architecture and Design as a whole and its constituent parts. A selection of objects, projects and documents that have shaped and co-create, still today, our everyday lives, serve as sources of inspiration, ideas, concepts, even provocation. The exhibition is comprised of more than 200 exhibits representing both icons of Slovenian architecture and design as well as transitory products and objects presented to the public for the first time.
 
>> If raining, the event in the park is cencelled.
 
 

Location

Rusjanov trg 7, Ljubljana

Working hours

10.00–00.00

Entry fee

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