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Good evening dear virtual friends, here I am again tonight :) I haven't been going to work for a while because of a baby who is only 6 months old. And it's all nice, sitting at home with the children, playing with them ... I usually work at school, and in a way I miss those of my students with whom I spent a lot of time. And so thinking about them, what do they do and as they spend their time, I remembered one beautiful event we visited together. It is the Night of Museums that took place in Belgrade.
It is, in fact, an event that, under different variations of the basic name and in different terms, is sometimes held several times a year in several European countries. The first Museum Night was held in Berlin in 1997 under the name Long Museum Night. Such events spread rapidly across Europe, so that they began to be organized en masse, either as national, regional or local program events.
The basic idea of Museum Night is to enable the general public, and especially young people, to visit museums outside of regular working hours, at a time that is usually dedicated to entertainment. In order to further popularize the museum activity in those evenings, in addition to opening the doors of permanent exhibitions, various educational, cultural and entertainment animation programs are organized for the visitors. It is often possible to enter completely free of charge, which we as a school received or are charged for, but in each variant the tickets are tied to all museum and gallery institutions.
As such events have become popular in many European cities, in 2004 the idea came from France to organize, in addition to many others, national and local, a unique European Museum Night, always at the same time - on the Saturday closest to May 18. as the International Museum Day, provided that its organization does not negate the possibility and need to organize national and local events in other terms, and under other, the same and / or similar names.According to the organizers, over 2,000 museums from 42 countries joined the organization of the European Museum Night in 2011. The European Museum Night 2011 in Serbia was attended by 65 cities and municipalities with 315 museums, galleries and other cultural institutions and more than 400 various events. Within the European Museum Night, the Serbian event is in third place in terms of the number of places, locations and visitors, after France and Russia. However, in addition to the European Museum Night in Serbia, for the time being, other related national and / or local events are not organized continuously.
The first Museum Nights in Serbia were organized during the first years of this century in some local museums, sporadically and without much media coverage, mostly within other city events. Thus, the National Museum of Valjevo organized the Museum Night in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 as part of the summer city event Tešnjarska večeri, the last evening of its holding, called the Museum Evening. In Belgrade, the Night of Museums, as an independent event, and with great additional promotional activities, was held for the first time on April 17, 2005.The first European Museum Night in Serbia was held on May 19, 2007, and was especially important because it spread outside Belgrade. With the support of the Ministry of Culture and Information of Serbia and France, it was realized in nine more cities, in 80 different spaces and with a visit of 320,000 visitors.Due to the great popularity and interest, the number of cities participating in the European Museum Night has been increasing from year to year. The doors of their museums and galleries, in addition to Belgrade, now usually open in: Novi Sad, Sabac, Valjevo, Nis, Pancevo, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Jagodina, Zrenjanin, Sombor, Kikinda, Pozarevac, Cacak, Subotica, Uzice, Sirogojno, Kladovo, Vrbas, Zajecar and Vranje. More than 150 institutions in 68 cities and towns throughout Serbia participated in the Museum Night in 2013.
We visited Museum Night in 2015. At that time, this manifestation was held in Serbia for the 12th time and included program units dedicated to children and the celebration of major anniversaries.
Medieval torture devices were exhibited on Kalemegdan
And when we finished an hour-long walk through the museums, we sat down to rest on Kalemegdan
The teachers who are on this platform know what I am talking about. These students of ours are like our children to us, you love them immensely and wish them only the best. We spend a lot of time with them. We watch them grow into real and good people, and we are part of their growing up.
I hope you enjoyed reading this article and learned more about Museum Night, which has been held for years. Thank you for reading my articles and supporting me in writing. Regards to all @Jigglyspy