SHOW 290 .. 11th November 2005

- The Lovrenc lakes on the Pohorje hills
- Dragica Čadež, a sculptress with a chainsaw
- Violin maestro Primož Novšak
- The replica of Plečnik clock 
- Dancing duo Blaž Pocajt and Inna Berlizyeva 

Lakes of Lovrenc
Pohorje is a mighty rounded ridge in the North-eastern part of Slovenia. Its expansive forests make it the Green Hat or Lungs of the area. One of the many treasures of Pohorje is the marsh of Lovrenc, which, due to its many little lakes, is also known as the Lovrenc Lakes. The lakes form the largest high peat swampland in Slovenia, and the southernmost in Europe.
Sculptress Dragica Čadež
Dragica Čadež is one of the foremost modern Slovenian sculptors who was also the first woman professor of statuary art in Slovenia. She works mostly with wood and is primarily interested in the creative use of space surrounding her art. 
Violinist Primož Novšak
Some of the best Slovenian musicians are also successful abroad. Among the most eminent is Primož Novšak, a 60-year-old violin virtuoso who celebrated his jubilee this year. His artistic aspirations led him to Switzerland, where he spent the last 15 years performing in the famous Tonhalle orchestra in Zurich.
The replica of Plečnik clock
In his rich creative life Jože Plečnik, the famous Slovenian architect, also took an interest in furniture design. A hundred years ago a Vienna exhibition displayed his stylish grandfather clock, which later disappeared without a trace. Today the clock, in the shape of its exact replica, is with us again, thanks to the fine craftsmanship of a watchmaker from Ljubljana.
Dancing duo Blaž Pocajt and Inna Berlizyeva 
Dancing, like music, is a universal language, connecting people from all around the world. It joined Blaž Pocajt from Slovenia and Inna Berlizyeva from Ukraine into a professional dancing duo, living and working in Slovenia. 


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