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EVENING WITH ARTIST SAVA RAKOCEVIC

The Consulate General held an evening of art with renowned Serbian painter and poet Sava Rakocevic from Chicago.

In his guest introduction Acting Consul General Dejan Radulovic expressed the pleasure of the Consulate General which wanted in this way to express respect and recognition of artist Sava Rakocevic for his contribution to Serbian painting and national culture, and its affirmation in the world, especially in the US.

Sava Rakocevic spoke about his approach to painting, about spiritual inspirations, perspective, color. He also demonstrated the technique of painting on canvas and also had an interactive communication with the audience. Vesna Zafirovski, member of the Serbian Theatre in Chicago, read verses of the poet Rakocevic. Artist’s paintings were also exhibited on the premises of the Consulate General.  All the seats were filled to capacity. Among those present were a significant number of admirers of Sava Rakocevic and his art. Bishop Longin was also among those present.

Sava Rakocevic resides in the United States, in Chicago since 1966. In addition to those in the US and Serbia the audiences in many other countries had the opportunity to see his works of art. He had many solo and group exhibitions including the Exhibition of American Painting at the Palace of Congress in Paris in 1975 on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of US statehood. Significant exhibitions in Belgrade were retrospective exhibition at the National Museum in 1992 and the exhibition of paintings and drawings by the Serbian Academy of  Sciences and Arts in 2009. He received numerous honors and awards including the Vuk Award for special contribution to the national culture of Serbia in 2007.

Gallery of photos can be found here.


SERBIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN CHICAGO

Serbian Film Festival will be held in Chicago from December 2 – 4, 2016.  This is the fourth Serbian Film Festival in Chicago. As in previous years, the festival will be held at the "Muvico" cinema theater in Rosemont, IL.  The festival will screen the following films: "Stinky Fairytale", "Diary of the train driver", "Burek", "Brothers on grandma’s side", as well as documentaries “Radnicki is love of Nis", "General Mihajlovic – hero and punishment" and “Such love I haven’t found even in Israel”.

Actor Zarko Lausevic will be the honored guest and will attend the opening ceremony.

More details about the program and the guests can be found here.

Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia invites all film enthusiasts to come and enjoy the screenings at this year’s Serbian Film Festival.


VISIT TO THE SERBIAN COMMUNITY IN ST. LOUIS

Acting Consul General Dejan Radulovic visited the church and school municipality of "Holy Trinity" in St. Louis and on that occasion had a meeting with members of the Serbian community. He attended the morning liturgy at the "Holy Trinity" church followed by the celebration of the Slava of the Serbian Sisters Circle. On this occasion Mr. Radulovic addressed the audience, congratulated them on their Slava and informed them about the activities and responsibilities of the Consulate General. At the same time, he thanked the parish on their efforts and activities that help to preserve the identity, language, culture and tradition of the Serbian community in St. Louis.

In conversation with the Acting Consul General members of the Serbian community were interested in obtaining documents from Serbia, the issue of passports, registrations of birth of a child or a marriage, issues of citizenship and other consular issues.

Father Ljubomir Krstic, the parish priest, expressed his gratitude for the visit and stressed the importance of cooperation with the Consulate General. Also, he stressed that this was the first visit of the representative of the Consulate General to their parish in St. Louis.


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