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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 the  ...   Grade.. senior curator (ret.. ).. Field of work.. History, art history.. Particular specialisation.. Museum education, medieval pottery, glazed pottery.. Home institution.. Biography.. Ljubica Širec was born in Zagreb in 1944.. She went elementary school in Zagreb and Pula, graduated high school in Pula.. She studied history and art history at the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, but because of sickness and long-term treatment in 1966 only finished the first stage.. From 1970 she worked in the Archaeological Museum of Istria in Pula as museum technician, working on matters of running the photographic collection and documentation, with occasional guiding and collaboration in putting up exhibitions.. In 1985 she took her degree, and from then on ran the Medieval Department in the museum in Pula, studying ceramics of later periods, and at the same time engaged in educational work.. Applying contemporary educational methods, she founded the Schools Service for collaboration between the museum and schools and other educational institutions.. At the time of the Homeland War she was a member of the Republican Commission of the Croatian Conservation Institute for listing artworks and museum inventory in Brijuni; she worked on inventorying the religious heritage of Istria.. She was expert associated and co-author a number of exhibitions, including: Collection of Religious Art -Pinacotheque and Library of Parish Church in Vodnjan; Archaeology and Art of Istria; Magical Istria, which the museum took to N.. America and many countries of Europe.. She had a very fruitful joint project with graduands of the Educational Faculty in Pula - Know Your City, and this led to work with kindergartens, with special needs persons, and retirement homes.. She worked with UNESCO Youth Conferences in Dubrovnik and Zagreb with the same project.. She has published texts concerning museum education in Muzejski glaznik Istre, Informatica Museologica and other museum publications.. With societies from Labin she has published a work-and-teaching notebook for primary and secondary school children Life of the Romans, and with the help of work sheets has dealt with various topics at museum workshops: Let’s Remember History and Customs of Culture; Opulence of Ornaments; Jewellery; Gleams from Museums and others.. She has authored several scholarly and a number of specialised articles, and several exhibition catalogues.. She has been retired since 2003.. NB.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 23, 2007.. From our library:.. Selected bibliography.. 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: Božica Škulj.. ing.. museum adviser.. Božica Škulj was born in Daruvar.. She finished her secondary education at the Science and Mathematics High School (today known as MIOC) in Zagreb.. She took a degree from the Science and Mathematics Faculty of Zagreb University, having read biology.. In 1973 she took up an appointment in the Technical Museum in Zagreb, where she was manager of the Agriculture and Mining Department.. In 1980 she passed the professional examination for curators, and in 1992 attained the rank of senior curator.. For a time she was acting director of the Museum and in 1995 was officially appointed to the post of director of the Technical Museum.. Since she was employed in the Technical Museum for the whole of her career, she had the opportunity to pass through all stages of a working life in a museum, taking visitors around the museum, professional museological work, arranging ad hoc and permanent displays, studying museum material, working with visitors, drawing up educational curricula and finally coping with the many jobs of a director.. She was the leader of a number of important projects: of the renovation of the Nikola Tesla Demonstration Laboratory in the  ...   Tesla Year in Croatia in the Ministry of Science, Education and Sport, took part in numerous conferences of ICOM-CIMUSET in Denmark, Austria, Brazil, Russia, China, Spain and elsewhere.. She worked in the commission charged with drawing up Regulations concerning the Manner of and Criteria for Linkage into the System of Museums of the Republic of Croatia in the Ministry of Culture, was a member of the Expert Commission for the evaluation of specialised and scientific papers in the museum discipline in the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, a member of the Croatian Museum Council, as well as a member of the Centrality Council of the Network of Museums.. In 2006 she was a consultant for the UNESCO Paris exhibition about Nikola Tesla entitled The Man who Lit Up the World.. For her lifetime achievement, in 1996, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Croatian Technical Culture Union she obtained a Charter, and in 1998 was decorated with the Order of the Croatian Daystar with the figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 29, 2008..

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    Descriptive info: Kata Šutalo.. BA (Croatian lang.. and lit.. The postal and telecom heritage.. Philately, post and telecom collection, education.. Kata Šutalo was born in 1947 in the village of Krasno at the foot of Velebit, and there she spent the first years of her childhood.. Later with her parents she moved to Požega, where she had her secondary school education, and took a degree in Croatian language and literature from the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University.. From 1972 she taught Croatian in a secondary school in Kutina.. From 1894 she was employed in the Post and Telecommunications Museum in Zagreb (founded in 1953) and worked in it until her retirement in 2005.. After her arrival in the museum in 1985, she was an independent officer in the library, and worked on matters of inventorying the postal material.. When she took the national  ...   closed to the public.. To her great credit, she put a lot of effort into opening the museum, and in 1998 published an article in Informatica Museologica entitled Why the PTT Museum in Zagreb was not open to the public - to accompany the 45th anniversary of the museum.. From 1994 she was manager of this museum, and authored numerous exhibitions, including one from 1997, at which the exchanges were presented to the public for the first time.. She took part with numerous papers at conferences and symposia, wrote specialised studies, forewords for catalogues and articles for specialised journals and publications.. She wrote the monograph 50 Years of Postal and Telecommunications Museum in Zagreb, 1953-2003.. She retired in 2005.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 9, 2005..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Zvonimir Toldi.. BA (history and ethnology).. Ethnology.. Ethnology, history of folk costume in Slavonia, chronicles of the Brod area.. Zvonimir Toldi was born in 1944 in Vinkovci.. He spent his childhood in Babina Greda, and went to secondary school in Slavonski Brod.. He studied ethnology and history at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. From 1968 he worked in the Museum of Brodsko Posavlje, where he collected an important ethnological collection and founded a rich photographic collection of 10,000 positives and negatives.. He produced numerous exhibitions, the best known being: Folk footwear, 1972; Girls’ Sprays, 1975; Male Folk Costume, 1978; Child and Its World, 1979; Silk Cultivation, 1980; Small Folk Furniture, 1984; Decorating with Mirrors, 1982; Self-Taught Chairs, 1988; Embroidered White Cushion, 1989; Weavers of the Parish of Podcrkavlje, 1997.. He published a number of ethnological articles and texts about the history of  ...   of the Expert Committee of the International Folklore Festival in Zagreb, of the Brodsko kolo Folklore Festival, the assessment committee at the Đakovački vezovi and the event Youth and Beauty of Slavonia, Stari Mikanovci.. He has been involved in several television productions.. A documentary film called Anyone who minded would be mad was made after his book Duni vjetre ladovane in 2006, and won a special commendation at the 15th International Festival of Ethnological Films in Belgrade.. He has won many prizes and awards for his work: Herder Prize, 1970; Slavonski Brod Medal, 1983; Brod Liberation Prize, 1990; Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić, 1996; Order of Croatian Pleter (Interlacing), 1996; Annual City Prize-Berislavić Shield, 2000.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on October 24, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Jasna Tomičić.. BA (art history).. museum adviser (ret.. Fine arts.. thematic exhibitions, culture history, town plans, picture collections, sculptures, glass, work on the renovation of Sermage Palace and the Oršić-Rauch Palace.. ,.. Secondary Ballet School.. Jasna Tomičić was born in Valopovo in 1940, but from the time she was three lived in Zagreb.. At the same time as high school, she attended secondary ballet school, and at once after having taken the certificate in 1959 started working as a classical ballet teacher.. The same year she enrolled in art history and Germany at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. She took her degree in 1963.. As a student, she was involved in field work.. She studied the city units of Krk, Ston, Cavtat, Zaton, Mali Ston and other urban sites of the Dubrovnik environment.. From 1965 she worked as curator in the culture history department of Varaždin Municipal Museum, where she remained until  ...   she is particularly to be credited with the renovation of the Sermage Palace and the renovation of a monument of prime quality – the Burg of Varaždin.. As well as carrying out the duties of director, she prepared thematic exhibitions and catalogues.. From 1986 to her retirement she was director of the Croatian History Museum in Zagreb, where she worked on the renovation of the Oršic-Rauch Palace.. She is the author of numerous exhibitions, three guides, 36 catalogues, six painting albums, 44 articles in Varaždinski vijesti and several monographs, and often wrote for the Annual of the VCM.. For her work, she was awarded the City of Varaždin Prize - with silver wreath and the "Pavao Ritter Vitezović" Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for lifetime achievement.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 12, 2006.. Others about the author..

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    Descriptive info: Snježana Tonković.. BA (history and archaeology).. curator.. archaeology of the Imotska Krajina, cultural history of it, folk customs.. The Tin Ujević High School, Vrgorac,.. Snježana Tonković was born in 1946 in Slovenske Konjice near Celje, for her father was posted there for some time, but her family came from Kaštela.. She went to the Natko Nodilo Classics High in Split, and took a degree in the Faculty of Philosophy, Zadar, history and archaeology group.. For some time she taught history in the Tin Ujević High School in Vrgorac, and from 1976 worked in adult education in Imotski, where she carried out the jobs of secretary and administrator In 1988, the Imotski Local History Museum was founded, and Snježana Tonković carried out all the jobs in the museum, for she was the only employee.. During her 30 years of work she collected objects, dealt with excavations, and in 1982, with Nenad Cambi of Split investigated the EC basilica in Zmijavci near Imotski.. The idea of opening the museum was not easy to push through, for there was already one collection in Imotski, owned by the Franciscans; however, it was not open to the public and was registered as private collection.. With a great deal of work, S.. Tonković, with the documentation once obtained and evidence  ...   in Proložac, a church of the 14th century.. Up to the coming of Tonković, the Imotska Krajina had not been systematically investigated, and thus it is not only the renovation of the building but also the finds that are the result of her efforts.. She authored the following exhibitions: Vanishing Village, 1982; Imotski and Around, 1982; Master of Stone (to do with the death of Franjo Kršinić), 1982; Universality of Significance in the painting of Z.. Prica and Edo Murtić, 1982; Abstraction against Chaos, exhibition of A.. Ljubičić, 1984; Painter, Sculptor and Printmaker – V.. Lipovac; Religious Motifs in the Paintings of Josip Botteri Dino, 1991; Art in the Clay of Ljerka Njerš, 1992.. She published specialised articles in the Imotski papers; she took part in several collected works; is co-author of the book Early Christian Basilica in Zmijavci; and author of papers about excavations in Zabiokovlje, Proložac, Dikovača.. She has written about stele of Proložac, excavations in the site Ričica; the Roman villa rustica in Borak; archaeological investigations along the Vrljika River; the end of the 5th century basilica in Proložac at the site of St Michael’s and so on.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on June 14, 2006..

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    Descriptive info: Jelena Uskoković.. Advanced qualifications.. PhD.. ), senior scientific adviser.. sculpture and Croatian art of the 19th and 20th century, monograph and retrospective exhibitions, painting of Nikola Reiser, Mirko Rački, Ksenija Kantoci.. National and University Library in Zagreb,.. Jelena Uskoković was born in Belgrade in 1929.. She was only a few months old when she was orphaned (her parents dying in a car crash), and she was brought up by a grandmother in Sarajevo, where she went to primary and secondary school, going on in Rijeka and Zagreb.. From 1950 on she lived in Zagreb.. She took a BA (art history) at the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University.. After graduation, she went to America, taking a master’s (Seal of the University of Rochester, NY State), and then got a job in the National and University Library in Zagreb, working for three years and taking the national exam for librarians.. Her  ...   their retrospectives.. She has produced a number of monograph exhibitions: Šimunović, Stančić, Jordan and Reiser.. As well as monograph-exhibitions, she was responsible for several big retrospectives from the holdings of the Modern Gallery.. She wrote numerous articles and discussions, working with the journals Telegram, Svijet, 15 dana, Start and others.. While retired, she went on working with museums, and covered architectural sculpting in the city of Zagreb for the Museum of Arts and Crafts’s big exhibition Historicism in Zagreb.. She has worked with the Institute for the History of Art, and worked on the Croatian Biographical Lexicon and the Encyclopaedia of Croatian Art of the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute.. For her work, she was awarded the decoration the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 15, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Biserka Velić.. BA (Croatian or Croato-Serbian language and Yugoslav literature).. Cultural history of Gospic, Lika Art Annale.. Gospić High School,.. Biserka Velić was born in 1940 in Knin.. She went to elementary school on the island of Ugljan and in Šaš (Sunja municipality) and high school in Knin, Sinj and Gospić.. After high school she enrolled in the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University, Croatian or Croato-Serb language and Yugoslav literature.. Her first job was in Sokolac on Mt Romanija (Bosnia and Herzegovina), then in the high school in Gospić, in the culture department in Gospić, and then in the Museum of Lika in Gospić, as director.. During the time of the Homeland War she worked  ...   major role in the holding of the art event Lika Art Annale, with the Lika-Senj County and the Tourist Board of the city of Gospić, thus making the Museum of Lika much better known.. She produced many catalogues of exhibitions, including: Below-Velebit Idyll of Karlo Posavec, 1995; Easter Eggs with a Reason, and the memorial book, a monograph of a kind, Greeting from Gospić, published 1997, by Museum of Lika, Gospić.. She was decorated with the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić for contributions to culture during the Homeland War.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on October 4, 2003..

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    Descriptive info: Branka Vikić.. BA (art history, archaeology).. scientific adviser, archaeology.. ancient settlements, ancient sites in Varaždinske Toplice, Ludbreg, Šćitarjevo, Roman ceramics,.. Branka Vikić was born in Sarajevo in 1922.. Her father was mining minister in the Cvetković-Macek government, and for political reasons emigrated to Bolivia, where he stayed until his death.. Branka went to elementary school in Belgrade, and took a degree in art history and archaeology in Zagreb.. She worked one year in the Local Museum in Tuzla, and from 1947 to 1982 worked in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. She spent at least three decades, from 1953 on, studying the thermal and cult complex in Varaždinske Toplice, collecting a vast amount of moveable material, which enriched the holdings of the antique collections in the Toplice (Spa) and in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. Another important focus  ...   the hinterland of the Limes.. She explored the area of famed Andautonia as well.. She took a doctorate with a thesis on Roman Ceramic Production in the Sava and Drava Areas from the 1st to the 4th centuries, with special reference to clay lamp production.. She published more than a hundred specialised and scholarly works, in which she presented a previously unknown ancient stratum in NW Croatia.. For her work, she won the City of Zagreb Prize, the Archaeology Association of Yugoslavia Commendation, the Commendation of the Museum of Varaždinske Toplice and the Don Frane Bulić Prize for lifetime achievement, in 2001.. She died in Zagreb at the beginning of 2005, in her 83rd year.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on 27.. ožujka 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Jadranka Vinterhalter..

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    Descriptive info: Zdenko Vojnović.. BA (philosophy).. Library sciences, interior décor, antique furniture.. Museum education, museology.. Zdenko Vojnović was born in 1912, where he attended elementary and the First Classics High School.. After graduation from high school he enrolled in the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University, studying what was called the 28th group, reading psychology, logic and cognitive theory, and the history of philosophy, as well as ethics and aesthetics.. During the course he also attended lectures on art history.. He completed the philosophy and aesthetics course in 1935.. With a group of art historians he started up a journal of the arts called Ars.. He spent two terms in a course in France as a French government scholar.. He started his work in the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 1950 as library volunteer, and in 1941 received a permanent appointment.. At the end of 1943 he took the professional librarian exam and became the first professionally qualified librarian in the history of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.. As a student he had been an open leftist and took part underground  ...   1945, June, he went back to the Museum of Arts and Crafts, and prepared the exhibition History of Museums for Arts and Crafts and the permanent display of the Ceramics, Glass and Metals Collection.. In 1947 he attained the grade of curator.. He was much interested in making real the idea of the living museum, and held a number of lectures about museum education, organised various special groups and literary evenings.. The biggest of his achievements was the founding of the Chair of Museology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University (1950) and he had an important role in the founding of an association of professional museum officers.. He took over the position of Museum of Arts and Crafts director on June 12, 1952.. He had to go into hospital for treatment in autumn 1954, and after a deterioration in his condition died in Rijeka at the end of 42.. He published his papers in Književnik, Hrvatska revija, Hrvatsko kolo, Ars, Republika, Kulturni radnik, Arhitektura, Historijski zbornik and Muzeologija.. NB: Information courtesy of Stanko Staničić (Museum of Arts and Crafts)..

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