The Home in Prehistoric Times. Interior of an Early Iron Age House in the Posočje Region
The archaeological remains from researched settlements reveal what a late prehistoric home was like, what the interiors of houses looked like, and which activities were practised in them. There are many known settlements from the Early Iron Age (9th-4th century BC) in the vast area shaped by the flow of the Soča River and its tributaries, but most of them are poorly researched. One exception is the settlement in Most na Soči, where more than 30 houses have been discovered.
Buči, buči morje Adrijansko
The exhibition narrates about Slovenians from Primorska region in Celje after World War 1. Originally it was on display in the gallery of the Museum of Recent History Celje, with which they marked the centenary of the end of World War I at the museum. As a temporary exhibition it is gonna be on display in the regional museum Goriški muzej for approximately one year.
Vasja Žbona – donation to the Goriški muzej
At the Goriški muzej we are presenting the donation of works by the sculptor Vasilij Žbona, a native of Miren, who spent most of his life in Paris, where he moved at a young age, in the sixties of the twentieth century, driven by a strong desire for change and to become part of the artistic world. The French capital attracted him as a great dynamic, multicultural and artistic urban center, which experienced a renaissance after the Second World War and which became, in the late sixties, the scene of great social changes.
Native Faith. Cult Stones and Gifts
Rafael Podobnik has donated his ethnological collection “Native Faith. Cult Stones and Gifts” to the Regional Museum Goriški muzej. The collection comprises 65 exhibits collected between 1992 and 2018 between the Trenta Valley and the Kras region. The exhibition bearing the same title is accompanied by a catalogue, video and Podobnik's photographs, which complement the exhibits with intangible contents.
Temporary Border. Life and Longing in Zone A (1945–1947)
This exhibition commemorates the 71st anniversary of the creation of the western Slovenian border. It outlines the life in the area of Venezia Giulia before the border was created in 1947, and through the memories of the local population reveals the complex relationships within the region at the time of the Allied Military Government (AMG).