The week of November 8 to 14 is full of events for business professionals and everyone who’s interested in tourism, marketing
On Thursday, November 8, experts from the world of marketing and marketing communications will be giving presentations about all that’s new in their respective fields at the Sarajevo Marketing Summit at Hills Hotel; and that same day at Vijećnica the Tourism Networking Forum will gather tourism specialists, as well as those from related fields, from BiH and countries in the region.
The Historical Museum of BiH opened in November 1945 (at the end of WWII) as the Museum of the People’s Liberation, and this month it will be organizing Museum Month, an event dedicated to cultural-historical heritage. One of the exhibits by the Jasenovac Memorial Museum, The Sarajevo Train Without a Timetable (starting November 8), talks about the tens of thousands who were killed between 1941 and 1945 at Jasenovac concentration camp.
And, if you’re eager for
On Friday at Chamber Theater, Milan Nikodijević’s documentary film, Trapped Time, will remind you of how the SFRJ rock scene first got started and continued to develop. The film shares recollections by journalist and rock critic, Petar Peca Popović, and shares his conversations with music stars, like Goran Bregović, Vlatko Stefanovski, Josipa Lisac, Momčilo Bajagić Bajaga.…
This Friday at the Bosniak Institute, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation will be organizing a conference on the fall of the Berlin Wall, and Brusa Bezistan will be hosting Slovenian Archival Heritage, an exhibit by the Archive of Slovenia (November 9-16), which showcases Slovenia’s written cultural heritage from the first half of the 9th century up to the present day.
Saturday, November 10 offers not one, but two major works that will be performed live on stage. Chamber Theater 55 will be offering its live in HD streaming of Marnie, a masterful opera by the New York Metropolitan Opera, while at the National Theater you can watch the
Monday is a day to visit the cinema, so be sure to watch the pre-premiere of the 3D movie, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, at Cinema City Multiplex on November 12.
If you would like to learn more about dancing, visit the First International Scientific Conference for Ballet and Dance Education, as organized by