VSCI celebrated fifth anniversary

18. January 2014
On saturday, 18th january 2014 VSCI celebrated fifth anniversary, but there was on business.

On saturday, 18th january 2014, in the premises of the Vojvodina Slovak cultural Institute was on business. There have met Slovak dance teachers and creators of folk choreographic with a view to signing the contract to start cooperation with VSCI.

The aim was to encourage young choreographers and dance teachers from the ranks of Vojvodina, encourage new cultural production, improve the quality of folk activity and also to spark activity amateur teams in smaller environments.

 

With VSCI  the contract singed

- Cultural center Aradac

- Slovak house from Bačka Palanka

- SKUS Erdevik

- KUS Štefánik from Laliť

- Cultural house Michal Babinka from Padina,

- Local community Silbaš

 

 

In this way Institute has celebrated the fifth anniversary of cultural activity in the area of protection, development and thriving culture of Slovaks from Vojvodina.

Anna Margareta Valentová

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