In this occasion, we talked with Maruša Mele Pavlin for Radio 94 about Orehek Castle and its critical conditions. We talked about cultural heritage, its meaning and why it is important for the country and for each citizen. Also we did a comparison of the current bad situation of Slovenia's heritage and the differences with other countries, how do they respect their heritage and the differences that I'm learning on my trip from the Balcans through East Europe countries and along the Baltic nations.
- Here you can listen the full interview:
We had a great conversation with Maruša Mele Pavlin for Radio 94, talking about castle Šteberk and my investigation. Najlepša hvala Maruša!!! Here you can listen the full inteview:
Presentation of FKS10/ŠT Šteberk Castle in Cerknica
After a long and hard work, I have presented the reconstruction of Šteberk Castle.
I am very happy not only because of the results of my research, but very happy because many people attended to the event and they were extremely surprised to see their castle as it once was. After the presentation, we talked for a couple of hours more about their passion for this castle and about past facts which also could provide useful information to this reconstruction.
Many thanks to Marija Hribar, to Knjižnica Jožeta Udoviča Cerknica and to the people who assisted to this event. THANK YOU!
On Thursday 18.2, Maruša Mele Pavlin interviewed Juan P. Maschio at Radio 94 They talked about Grad Kalec or Kalec Castle. During the amazing interview they discussed about the Slovenian heritage, about its critical situation and about new possibilities in the future to bring it back to life. Thank you very much Maruša and Radio 94. Here you can listen the audio:
On this link you can read the interview about Socerb Castle that Juan P. Maschio gave for Nataša Hlaj and Primorske Novice. The present conditions of Socerb Castle are really sad. This opens the discussion about how to protect the cultural heritage, about how the state should take care of it, the lack of respect from the tenant or owners, and the total lack of passion and control from the main organism which is in charge to supervise the heritage. This interview, probably it's a new page for the Slovenian heritage, a new page which could be part of a new and better chapter for our culture... Link to the interview
Here you can see the interview that Juan P. Maschio and Tanja Žigon gave to Barbara Renčof about Haasberg Palace on RTV Slovenija. Link to the interview on RTV Slovenija
Thursday 02.04.15 The journalist Barbara Renčof from RTV Slovenija 1, interviewed Juan Pablo Maschio in Školj castle. On the interview he presented Projekt Feniks' work on FKS01-ŠK Školj and he explained about the importance of recovering the Slovenian cultural heritage. Mirjam Frankovič from TKŠD Urbanščica shared the ideas about the castle's value and the impact that it could have Školj's restoration.
Link (minute 7:03)
Wednesday 01.04.15 We share an extremely beautiful evening while presenting FKS01-ŠK at Skupnosti Srečanje in Vremski Britof. The guys from Skupnosti Srečanje together with Alen Novak and Matevž Gerželj cleaned Školj castle, pruned the blackberry trees and did an extraordinary job up there in just 2 DAYS!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS! It takes 3 seconds to change your life or someone's life. The first second you realise your capacity or just to have an idea, on the second you just plan it and on the third one you just take action. It was really beautiful to see them enjoying at the presentation, learning, asking and getting interested in Školj, but what it was really stunning it was to see on their faces how proud they were on helping others and feeling important to Slovenia. And in fact they are very important to the world! They've showed to Slovenia what passion and strength could do in a couple of hours. Just amazing. Thank you very much.
Wednesday 01.01.15 On the last number of Glasnik magazine from Divača, it has been published the presentation about Školj castle that Juan P. Maschio had in Famlje.
Below you will find the link to Glasnik's number. (see page 26)