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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Glavni sadržaj.. |.. Navigacija u kategoriji.. MDC.. Museums in Croatia.. Links.. hrvatski.. | english.. Find a curator.. Alphabetical list.. A-E.. F-G.. H-K.. L-M.. N-R.. S-U.. V-Ž.. Aleksić, Lucija.. Babin, Ankica.. Balabanić, Josip.. Balen, Branka.. Balen-Letunić, Dubravka.. Barbalić, Željko.. Barbić, Vesna.. Baričević, Marina.. Baričević, Dorotea.. Batorović, Mato.. Bauer, Antonija.. Bauer, Antun.. Begonja-Vidović, Leonilda.. Benc-Bošković, Katica.. Benyovsky, Lucija.. Borošak-Marijanović, Jelena.. Brajdić, Vjekoslav.. Brlošić, Stjepan.. Bulat, Mirko.. Buršić, Herman.. Cvitanović, Đurđica.. Čorak, Željka.. Ćus-Rukonić, Jasminka.. Diana, Deša.. Diminić, Josip.. Dobronić, Lelja.. Draganić, Danica.. Drechsler-Bižić, Ružica.. Dučakijević, Mirjana.. Dukat, Zdenka.. Durbešić, Viktorija.. Dvojković, Zdravko.. Eckhel, Nerina.. Fazinić, Alena.. Frajtag, Zdenka.. Gašparović, Ljerka.. Girardi-Jurkić, Vesna.. Gjetvaj, Nada.. Goll, Predrag.. Gotthardi-Škiljan, Renata.. Hajduk, Stjepan.. Hećimović, Branko.. Heim, Mira.. Horvat, Ida.. Horvat, Vlado.. Horvatić, Franjo.. Iskra-Janošić, Ivana.. Ivanuš, Rhea Silvija.. Ivanuša, Dolores.. Ivetić, Marija.. Ivkanec, Ivanka.. Ivoš, Jelena.. Jajčević, Zdenko.. Juroš-Monfardin, Fina.. Kalauz, Ksenija.. Kalšan, Vladimir.. Karaman, Antun.. Kečkemet, Duško.. Kelemen, Boris.. Kero, Pavao.. Kirigin, Branko.. Klemm, Miroslav.. Kličinović, Božena.. Kosanović, Nikola.. Koščević, Želimir.. Kraguljac, Božena.. Kralj, Ariana.. Kružić-Uchytil, Vera.. Ladović, Vanda.. Ladović, Josip.. Lazarević, Aleksandra.. Lechner, Zdenka.. Leskošek, Vilim.. Lončarić, Magdalena.. Majanović, Nada.. Maleković, Vladimir.. Maroević, Tonko.. Maroević, Ivo.. Maruševski, Olga.. Matić, Ivan.. Mihovilić, Kristina.. Miškiv, Ivanka-Jesenka.. Mrkobrad, Valerija.. Munk, Zdenka.. Nedved, Branka.. Orlić, Alma.. Oštrić, Olga.. Oštrić, Goroslav.. Pauletich, Antonio.. Pavić, Vladimira.. Pavlović, Zagorka.. Petricioli, Sofija.. Petr-Marčec, Smiljana.. Premerl, Nada.. Prister, Boris.. Quien, Guido.. Radauš-Ribarić, Jelka.. Radovčić, Jakov.. Ramušćak, Ljubica.. Randić, Mirjana.. Rendić-Miočević, Ante.. Ribičić-Županić, Anica.. Rus, Zdenko.. Sakač, Mirjana.. Schneider, Marijana.. Sokač-Štimac, Dubravka.. Sorić, Ante.. Staničić, Stanko.. Stergar, Branka.. Susovski, Marijan.. Šercer, Marija.. Šestan, Ivan.. Širec, Ljubica.. Škulj, Božica.. Šterk, Slavko.. Šutalo, Kata.. Toldi, Zvonimir.. Tomičić, Jasna.. Tonković, Marija.. Tonković, Snježana.. Uskoković, Jelena.. Velić, Biserka.. Vikić, Branka.. Vinterhalter, Jadranka.. Vojnović, Zdenko.. Vojnović, Mihovil.. Vorano, Tullio.. Vrbanić-Fadjejev, Ivana.. Vrkljan-Križić, Nada.. Zebec, Vladimir.. Zidić, Igor.. Name and surname:.. Home institution:.. Arcaheological Museum of Istria.. Arcaheological Museum Split.. Archaeological Museum Zadar.. Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. Belisce Museum.. Bjelovar Municipal Museum.. Cres Museum.. Croatian History Museum.. Croatian Natural History Museum.. Croatian Railways Museum.. Croatian School Museum.. Croatian Sports Museum.. Ethnographic Museum Zagreb.. Ethnographical Museum of Istria.. Gallery of Fine Arts.. Gallery of Modern Art.. Graphic Art Cabinet of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.. HT Museum - Croatian Post and Telecommunication Museum.. Ilok Municipal Museum.. Imotski Local History Museum.. Istrian History Museum.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Atelier.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrović Atelier.. Karlovac Municipal Museum.. Kastela Municipal Museum.. Klovićevi Dvori Gallery.. Koprivnica Municipal Museum.. Korčula Municipal Museum.. Labin Museum.. Losinj Museum.. Maritime and History Museum of  ...   adviser (ret.. ).. Field of work.. restoration of easel paintings and polychrome sculpture.. Particular specialisation.. easel painting, polychrome sculpture and art and educational activities.. Home institution.. ,.. Restoration Institute of the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts (now Croatian).. Biography.. Alma Orlić was born in Zagreb in 1937.. After high school, she took a BFA in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, class of Marin Tartaglia.. She was then a volunteer for three years in the Yugoslav Academy Restoration Institute, and learned the art of restoration.. She continued working in this establishment for the next 15 years, and then moved to the Museum of Arts and Crafts restoration workshop.. In 1968 she passed the national conservation exam, and in 1971 had sabbatical at the Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique, Brussels, gaining new knowledge and experience.. In combination with a career in painting, from 1961 she worked as restorer of top works of the Croatian heritage.. She was head of the restoration workshop in the Museum of Arts and Crafts.. She introduced a system of proper restoration and conservation documentation and photo documentation into the museum and improved the practice of primary conservation.. She took an active part in educational activity, holding lectures and working with consultants.. Her restoration oeuvre is outstanding in terms of both quality and scope, with 134 treatments in paintings of various techniques and dimensions, 73 treatments to sculptures (wood, polychrome, gilding, terracotta).. Her large painting oeuvre is thematically connected with this part of her practice.. She has shown her work at 50 or so individual and about 150 collective exhibitions, as well as appeared at 20 art colonies.. In 1969 she won the Silver Prize of the City of Paris at the Bouquet of Flowers exhibition; the Lotršćak Prize in 1970; the Krynice Art Colony Prize (Poland); the Primošten Art Colony Prize in 1991, and other prizes.. She has been a member of the Croatian Fine Artists Association since 1961.. In 2010.. was awarded by Croatian Museum Association with „Pavao Ritter Vitezović“ award for a lifetime achievement.. NB.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 13, 2002.. ; information about the lifetime achievement award was taken from the Croatian Museum Association web page (http://www.. hrmud.. hr/clanak/Nagrada_za_zivotno-djelo-Pavao-Ritter-Vitezovic/20, access 05.. 04.. 2012.. From our library:.. Selected bibliography.. Others about the author.. About us.. Collections.. Library.. Archive.. The Personal Information Archive of Croatian distinguished Curators.. Register of museums in Croatia.. Projects.. Publications.. Protection.. Site map.. Impressum.. Rules and guidelines.. top..

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    Descriptive info: Olga Oštrić.. Olga Oštrić was born in Petrinja in 1922.. She completed elementary education in her native town as well as junior high school.. Her family moved to Zagreb in 1937, where she went on with her education at the 2nd Girls’ High School.. At the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University in 1946 she received a degree in ethnology with geography and archaeology (the 27th group as it was then known).. She got her first job in the Zagreb Ethnographic Museum, working there from 1947 to 1951.. From 1951 to 1962 she was director of the Zadar Ethnographic Museum, that is, manager of the National Museum’s Ethnographic Department, which she continued until her retirement in 1982.. The museum was founded on the basis of the collection of D.. Jurković of Benkovac, who donated 100 ethnographic items to the future museum.. But it was when Olga Oštrić came to Zadar that the first systematic collection of material, documentation and research began.. She was the first ethnologist in the area of northern Dalmatia, and put together a fine collection of costumes, textile items and jewellery.. She also founded and organised museum film documentation and photographic documentation.. During her work she toured many localities, collecting ethnographic material in the neighbourhood  ...   material, she also made expert studies of numerous items of costume, textiles, jewellery, domestic pottery, household inventory, weapons and published a number of specialised papers about them.. Since she arrived in Zadar after the liberation and knew the history of the city, her mission also consisted of showing in the Ethnographic Museum the rich tradition and cultural identity and the fact that Zadar did truly belong to the body politic of Croatia.. She was actively at work in professional associations and establishments and was a member of various committees and councils.. As well as working in the National Museum in Zadar, she also collected and purchased several hundred items for local museums in Biograd and Obrovac.. In 1983 she put in order and furnished a permanent ethnographic display in the Local Museum in Obrovac, and in 1975 organised a very interesting ethnographic collection in Veli Iž (with more than 600 items).. A bibliography of her writings was published in Zbornik Radova Olge Oštrić, printed in 2005 and published by the National Museum in Zadar.. She obtained a Lifetime Achievement Award from the County of Zadar.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on October 26, 2008..

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    Descriptive info: Antonio Pauletich.. BA (Italian lang.. and lit.. Advanced qualifications.. MA in human sciences.. curator (ret.. Fine art.. local collection, collection of old masters, collection of modern art, inventorying and documentation of Italian graves in Istria.. Antonio Pauletich was born in 1930 in Rovinj.. He completed a degree in Italian language and literature in the Faculty of Philosophy of Belgrade in 1963, and did a post-graduate course in information science and museology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, 1981.. From 1952 he worked as housing officer.. The Rijeka Conservation Institute hired him as an honorary conservator and in this capacity he toured 46 churches in the surrounds in order to record their real condition.. In 1962 the initiative committee of the city of Rovinj was formed, and it launched the issue of renewing the work of the Rovinj Local History Museum, appointing Pauletich its director.. At the same time he ran the Stankovićiana, the name given to the library of Petar  ...   enriched the Modern Art Collection.. Because of the collection of old masters it owned, the Rovinj Local History Museum set off an initiative for the foundation of a restoration workshop for Istria as a whole; however, this plan came to nothing.. Pauletich founded the biennial exhibition Ars Istria and managed to acquire a large number of works by Rovinj painters.. He was one of those who launched the Rovinj Historical Research Centre.. He works on the research into, photographing and documentation of all the Italian graves in Istria and Slovenia.. Thanks to him, a list and a plan for a stone collection has been made.. He is also researching the seafarers’ cemetery and cemeteries from the Austrian period.. He has been retired since 1996, and for his work won the City of Rovinj Prize for lifetime achievement in 2001.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on May 25, 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Vladimira Pavić.. BA, art history.. museum adviser.. art history.. Culture and History Međimurje, museum documentation, war damage to museums and galleries, coordination of museum network activity.. Vladimira Pavić was born in Zagreb in 1948.. She attended high school in Samobor, and took a bachelor’s degree in art history and archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. Her first workplace was at the Museum of Međimurje in Čakovec (1974 -1990), where she ran the Culture and History Collection.. From 1990 to 1996 she was senior curator in the Samobor Museum, and was also manager of the Culture and History Collection.. For three years (2003-2006) she was acting director of this establishment.. From 1996 on she was employed in the Museum Documentation Centre, where she carried out matters related to the listing and recording of war damage to museums and museum material in Croatia.. She has spent a great deal of time in the field, touring war damaged museums, and assembling data, published in the MDC publication War Damage to Museums and Galleries in Croatia (MDC, 1997).. In 1998 she acquired the rank  ...   analysis of the damage and photographic documentation as well in the form of an electronic document on the Website of the MDC in 2001.. As member of the International Commission for the Restitution of Cultural Properties, she took part in the restitution of material alienated from Croatia during the Homeland War.. When at the end of the 1990s the establishment of the Croatian museums net was started, together with the computerisation of Croatian museums,.. Vladimira Pavić took over the role of coordinator and specialised adviser in the installation, maintenance and monitoring of the processing of museum material and documentation in the M++ programme, resulting in the establishment of uniform standards and improvement in the quality of museum work.. She takes an active part in education concerning the structure and content of the processing of data from primary, secondary and tertiary level documentation, with the organisation of workshops and seminars for museums and museum experts working in M++ and S++.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on May 12, 2008..

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    Descriptive info: Zagorka Pavlović.. BA (history).. History.. culture history of Nova Gradiška, history collection, pharmacy collection.. A.. M.. Relković Adult Education Institute, Nova Gradiska.. Zagorka Pavlović was born in Vrbovljani by Nova Gradiška in 1942.. She went to high school in Nova Gradiška and took a BA in history from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. She first worked in the A.. Relković Adult Education (Workers’ University) College.. From 1990 she worked in the Nova Gradiška Municipal Museum, the foundation of which is connected with the Strmac Art Colony (1979), held every year at first, later every other year.. A building once belonging to the JNA was assigned to the Museum, with the condition that a history collection of WWII be founded.. From 1981, with historical material and gallery, the Museum extended its work with an ethnography and archaeology collection.. As manager  ...   time of the Military Frontier.. As well as pharmacy related items, it contained a collection of postcards, posters, some maps, altogether 4,000 items, along with the original furnishings of the pharmacy.. Pavlović recorded and put into an inventory book this valuable donation, important for the history of the city.. She also worked out the preliminary concept for the new display of the Museum and was author several catalogues accompanying important exhibitions: From the Cernik Cultural Heritage, 1993 (coauthor); Catalogue of 80 years of Nova Gradiška High School, 1999; 130 Years of the Voluntary Fire Association of Nova Gradiška, 2001; 100 Years of Cycling in Nova Gradiška; Ivo Ivec Kramarić - Municipal Head, 1999.. Zagorka Pavlović retired in 2002.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on July 10, 2003..

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    Descriptive info: Smiljana Petr-Marčec..

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    Descriptive info: Nada Premerl.. BA (art history, German).. Art history, history of Zagreb centre, end of the 19th century.. bourgeois culture of Zagreb in the 19th century, infrastructure, manufactures, textiles, infrastructure, guilds, plans.. Nada Premerl was born in Otočac in 1939.. She went to the Applied Arts School, textile department, in Zagreb, and took a BA (art history) and Germany from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. She has spent her entire career in Zagreb City Museum, as curator, up to 1978, then senior curator, and has had the rank of museum advertiser since 1987.. From 1991 to 1992 she was acting director of Zagreb City Museum.. At the beginning she did exhibitions primarily related to her discipline, and after a few years work with Dr F.. Buntak, her interest in history rose.. She was manager of the Culture History Collection, later of the Collection of Textiles, Guild Items and Plans.. In 1991 she elaborated the museological programme and conception for the new display of Zagreb City Museum, in which the city was portrayed in all its aspects and the public was introduced to the building of the museum, deriving from 1650, itself a cultural monument, once holding  ...   because of the danger from the war.. She also mounted the exhibition Milka Trnina and London, which was an exhibition of sketches and theatre costumes made by a London theatrical fashion creator.. The exhibition made a guest appearance in London.. Among her major exhibitions are the Jews in Yugoslavia, and the Collection of Old Packaging, featuring the valuable collection of Dr A.. Rodin.. She has published more than 70 scholarly and specialised articles, and contributed over a hundred entries for the Zagreb Lexicon of the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute.. Still, in the opinion of the reviewers, her best exhibition was A Brook in the Heart of Zagreb, 2006, (Medvešćak from Source to Confluence) that, along with the permanent display of the Museum, represents a major part of her life’s work.. For her work, she was decorated with the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić, in 1996; with the City of Zagreb Prize, 2004; and the Pavao Ritter Vitezović Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for lifetime achievement in 2006.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on July 17, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Guido Quien.. BA (art history, comparative literature).. Fine arts.. Collection of 20th century painting, sculpture of Meštrović.. Guido Quien was born in Zagreb in 1943; his father was the well-known Croatian writer Kruno Quien.. He spent his childhood and youth in Split, studying at the classics high school.. He took a BA from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, art history and comparative literature.. After graduating, he worked as a tourist guide for some years, and secretary of the Associations of Historians of Croatia.. He worked in the Museum of Arts and Crafts for 21 years as manager of the painting collection (1972-1994), while from 1994 to 2003 he was director of the Ivan Meštrović Foundation.. His objective in this post was to restore all the premises of the Meštrović Foundation and open them to the public.. After the Homeland War he renovated the Church of the Holy Redeemer, the Meštrović Family Mausoleum in Otavice, while his greatest project was the ordering and display of the Ivan Meštrović Gallery in Split, in which he created the conditions for the linkage with the building of the  ...   his sculptures, they taken on dramatic form and a monumental, lyrical force.. Quien authored a number of books, including one on Slavko Perišic, self-taught painter.. He did a monograph-exhibition on Ante Kaštelancic and the Meštrović Exhibitions in Split.. He is the author to many forewords to catalogues: Young Croatian Sculptors, Velika Gorica, 1984; Bourgeois Portraits of the 19th century in Croatia, restored paintings from the holdings of the Museum of Arts and Crafts, 1998; Traces of Violence: Otavice, Church of the Holy Redeemer, Mausoleum of the Meštrović Family, Split, 1996.. While he occupied the post of director of the Meštrović Foundation, he published an e-book about Ivan Meštrović, created together with co-workers, experts from the Meštrović Foundation.. This was the first such book in Croatia.. Privately he is interested in crossing and breeding birds.. He plans to publish the collected works of his father, the writer Kruno Quien, and he himself has recognised literary talents, and plans to publish a book of novellas.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on Novemebr 23, 2005..

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    Descriptive info: Jelka Radauš-Ribarić.. ethnologist.. PhD.. scientific adviser (ret.. Ethnology.. traditional vernacular heritage, ethnography of Istria, women’s traditional costume in Istria.. Jelka Radauš Ribarić was born in Maribor, Slovenia, in 1922.. She went to elementary and Women’s Real High School in Maribor and Sušak respectively.. After the family moved to Zagreb, she went on at the 2nd Women’s Real High School, graduating in 1940.. She enrolled in the ethnology group in the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb - ethnology, Yugoslav literature, Croatian language and archaeology.. She took her degree in 1944.. After that she worked in the National and University Library and from 1945 to 1975, her retirement year, she was employed in the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb, as curator, senior curator and finally director.. She spent a  ...   (Burgenland, Mohacs, in Hungary).. She was a member of many professional associations, commissions and committees - from the International Folklore Festival to the Vinkovci Autumn.. She went on frequent sabbaticals abroad (Italy, Austria and Hungary).. She was a scientific adviser of the Institute for Ethnology and Folklore Studies n Zagreb.. She wrote two books and many articles, papers, forewords to catalogues and texts accompanying exhibition.. Radauš Ribarić was given numerous certificates of appreciation, prizes and recognitions, including the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić, in 1996.. Since 1993 she has been a corresponding fellow of the Papal International Marian Academy.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 7, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Jakov Radovčić.. Palaeontologist.. MSc.. Palaeontology, biostratigraphy.. the palaeontology of the fossil vertebrates of the Krapina Pleistocene.. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts,.. Jakov Radovčić was born in Kostanje by Omiš.. After graduating in geology and palaeontology from the Science Faculty of Zagreb University he worked as assistant in the Geological and Palaeological Collection of then Yugoslav Academy.. In 1970 he enrolled in a post-graduate course in palaeontology and biostratigraphy at his old faculty.. As part of work carried out by the Geological and Palaeological Museum in Zagreb with the Washington Smithsonian Institute in 1972 he took part in an American-Croatian project researching fossil fish from the Cretaceous strata of the Adriatic Carbonate platform.. In the same year he won a Joyce and Zlatko Baloković scholarship for post-graduate further studies in palaeontology at Harvard University, which he spent in the Biology Department of Illinois University in Chicago.. He acquired his MSc in biology with a particular interest in palaeontology of vertebrates in 1974.. From 1975 to 1978 he was a part time assistant in the  ...   he initiated or took part in the production of many museological and scientific projects.. He was the author of the first programme conception for the work of the Croatian Natural History Museum, a member of many editorial boards, the president of the Croatian Association of Museum Officers, a member of the Croatian Museum Council.. He has to date published either solo or jointly four monographs, thirty or so scientific and many specialised and popular scientific works, at home and abroad.. He devised the conception of the Museum of Krapina Neanderthals and for many popular science television and radio programmes at home and abroad.. In 2009.. Croatian Museum Association awarded paleonthologist M.. Sc Jakov Radovčić and architect Željko Kovačić and their team for the project and realistion of Museum of Krapina Neanderthals.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on May 28, 2007.. ; information about the awards was taken from the Croatian Museum Association web page (http://www.. hr/clanak/Nagrada_za_zivotno-djelo-Pavao-Ritter-Vitezovic/20, http://www.. hr/clanak/Godisnja-nagrada-HMD-a/19, access 05..

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    Descriptive info: Ljubica Ramušćak.. BA (art history).. fine arts, ethnology.. contemporary painting and sculpture of Međimurje.. Ljubica Ramušcak was born in Čakovec in 1941.. She took a BA (art history) and ethnology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. Her entire career was spent in the Museum of Međimurje in Čakovec, as curator of the Ethnographic Department, manager of the Art Gallery, museum adviser and director of the Museum.. From 1991 to 1993, for family reasons, she moved to Zagreb.. In this period she worked in the MGZ - Museum Gallery Centre - in Zagreb, putting on a number of large projects of national and international significance.. In her home museum, as well as regular activity (work in the field, research, acquisition and study, conservation  ...   French type of eco-museum.. As director, she carried out the renovation and revitalisation of the Čakovec Castle, a monument of culture, in which the Museum of Međimurje is located, and the Chapel of St Jelena (Helen) in Šenkovec (putting the interior in order, conservation of frescos and tradesmen’s works).. As manager of the Gallery she initiated numerous thematic and retrospective exhibitions of fine artists from Međimurje.. She is the author of numerous catalogues, forewords to exhibition catalogues, and the guide to the permanent display.. For her work, she was rewarded with the Republic Prize of the Order of Croatian Pleter –-Interlacing.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on May 4, 2005..

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