June 9. 2016 - November 6. 2016 During the renovation of the Slovenska Street in the spring of 2015, archaeologists came across an incredible discovery of an almost 2000 years old Roman grave. The anthropological analysis of the bones and numerous grave goods, preserved under the stone lid for almost two millennia, point towards the fact that this was a grave of a female doctor, a surgeon, from the colony of Emona in the second half of the 1st century AD.
September 21. 2016 - September 24. 2016 The international conference REPETITION/S: Performance and Philosophy in Ljubljana, co-hosted by the City Museum of Ljubljana and the University of Ljubljana, is one of the largest philosophical conferences ever held in Slovenia. It is a gathering of more than 120 top philosophers, theorists of theatre and performers from around the world.
August 3. 2016
Visitors of Genesis, exhibition of the world-renowned Brazilian photographer Salgado, can use the leaves cut from paper produced from Japanese knotweed to write their messages to our planet. The symbolic tree in the museum's atrium has already been lit by many "love letters to the planet".more