The exhibition visitors had the opportunity to see the artworks painted on canvas and other natural materials – wood, stone, leather, and other materials for everyday usage.

Bata Anđelković comes from the canyon of the Vučjanka River, where his natural studio is located. One period of his artistic creation he spent with Milić of Mačva.


Radovan Trnavac Mića has exhibited in groups more than 1000 times, in numerous cities around the world. He exhibited with the most significant names of the 20th century, namely Picasso, Rauschenberg, Liechtenstein, Warhol, and others.


The Museum of Natural History in Belgrade, with the help of WWF, conducts research on the perception of three big beats, where the respondents are citizens of different age, profession, and their connections with nature in Serbia. The aim of this research is to detect and solve the problem of joint survival of humans and big carnivores in those parts of Serbia where we can find wolves, bears, and lynxes. The first lecture and the big-beasts survey were held in Žagubica on the 11th of September.

The story of childhood and children’s toys according to the concept of Suzana Antić, an ethnologist from the National Museum in Zaječar, was realized by the museum experts of various profiles (archeologists, art historians, and ethnologists), starting from their point of view which resulted with a joint exhibition called My Dear – Children’s Toys from Prehistory until Today.

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