04 November 2016

MUSEOEUROPE 2017: Kitchen debate - Debata o kuhinji

 

Museoeurope 2017 focuses on kitchen, food, and nutrition. This year's project establishes the relations between the fireplace and the technological development of the kitchen, between food in the sense of aesthetic examination and the importance of its local production, between eating disorders and public consumption of food, between food within the art, culture, and politics. The symposium will also highlight examples of good practice in museum exhibitions and pedagogical programmes.


PROGRAMME

19th October 2017
Knights' Hall of the Maribor castle

9.00 - 9.40Opening of the symposium Museoeurope 2017
Dr Mirjana Koren, Director of the Regional Museum Maribor
Nina Zdravič Polič, ICOM Europe
Ina Krajnc, Art Grammar School Maribor: 
Franz Schubert: Impromptu in G flat Op. 90 No. 3 
The presentation of the paper from Little Symposium 2016: Brina Krajnčič, Lily Sara Klampfer, Ajda Varl, 7th Grade, OŠ Prežihov Voranc, Maribor
The Poštna Street maintains a lively pulse in the old city center
 
9.40 - 10.00Break: Tea from Tartary buckwheat and pastry from buckwheat
 
INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
 
10.00 - 10.15Dr Janez Bogataj, Emeritus Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Has the nose, above the mouth, been replaced by the eyes?
 
I. FROM THE FIREPLACE TO THE FOOD INDUSTRY
Moderators: DDr Verena Perko, Mag Oskar Habjanič
 
10.15 - 10.30DDr Verena Perko, Regional Museum Gorenjska, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia
The Roman dietary system and similarities with modern consumerism. Imperium sine fine.
 
10.30 - 10.45Dr Matija Črešnar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeology, Institute for Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Slovenia
Mag Sarah Kiszter, Universalmuseum Joanneum Graz, Austria
Dr Marko Mele, Universalmuseum Joanneum Graz, Austria
Dr Andrej Paušič, University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Live Sciences, Slovenia
Dr Andrej Šušek, University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Live Sciences, Slovenia
Anja Vintar, Institute for Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Slovenia
“Taste of millennia - eaten, forgotten, revived”
 
10.45 - 11.00Dr Maja Godina Golija, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute of Slovenian Ethnology, University of Maribor, Faculty of Arts, Sociology Department, Slovenia
From nature to culture. The importance of cookbooks for the understanding of innovations in the kitchen
 
11.00 - 11.15Yuko Nishimura, University of Tokyo, Japan
The savoury flavour of the 'egg': washoku, traditional japanese food, spirituality, and healing
 
11.15 - 11.30Discussion
 
11.30 - 11.45Break: coffee & teatime
 
II. THE KITCHEN, A SPACE OF INNOVATIONS
Moderators: Dr Špela Ledinek Lozej, Dr Katarina Šrimpf Vendramin
 
11.45 - 12.00Dr Mirjana Koren, Regional Museum Maribor, Slovenia
The design development of mass-produced kitchen furniture in Maribor between 1946 and 1990
 
12.00 - 12.15Dušan Ristić, Selerant, Serbia
On the significance of professional shared kitchens for innovation in the food sector
 
12.15 - 12.30Dr Špela Ledinek Lozej, University of Udine, Department of Languages and Literatures, Communication, Education and Society (DILL), Italy & Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute of Slovenian Ethnology, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Secondary kitchens in the Vipava valley
 
12.30 - 12.45Irena Porekar Kacafura, Regional Museum Maribor, Slovenia
Progress in the kitchen of a Yugoslav housewife – the Tobi šporhert (cooker)
 
12.45 - 13.00Dr Ion Blajan, Romanian Peasant Museum, Bucharest, Romania
Traditional methods of preservation of meat  and the emergence  of canning industry in the 19th century in Romania
 
13.00 - 13.15Discussion
 
13.15 - 14.30Break: Lunchtime
 
III. FOOD BETWEEN NEED, PLEASURE, AND ADDICTION
Moderators: Dr Maja Godina Golija, Dr Katarina Šrimpf Vendramin
 
14.30 - 14.45Dr Alessandra Cioppi, Institute of History of Mediterranean Europe (ISEM), Italian National Research Council (CNR), Italy
Italian food. Pasta and pasta dishes. A historical path and gastronomic model
 
14.45 - 15.00Dr Ivan Kreft, Nutrition Institute, Slovenia
Dr Blanka Vombergar, Education Centre Piramida Maribor, Slovenia
Marija Horvat, Education Centre Piramida Maribor, Slovenia
Stanko Vorih, Education Centre Piramida Maribor, Slovenia
Buckwheat in the kitchen and for people
 
15.00 - 15.15Neva Malek, Education centre Piramida Maribor, Slovenia
Hemp - almost lost from fields and plates
 
15.15 - 15.30Jelena Dunato, Cres Museum, Croatia
The whole lamb: the forgotten art of eating nose to tail
 
15.30 - 15.45Discussion
 
15.45 - 17.15Guided tour of the temporary exhibition Kitchen Debate and of the permanent exhibition of the Regional Museum Maribor
(for the participants of the symposium)
 

20th October 2017
Knights' Hall of the Maribor castle

IV. KITCHEN AND FOOD WITHIN ART, CULTURE, AND POLITICS
Moderators: Dr Ljubodrag P. Ristić, Dr Katarina Šrimpf Vendramin
 
8.45 - 9.00Break: coffee & teatime
 
9.00 - 9.15Tina Novak Pucer, Regional Museum Koper, Slovenia
Meeting between hunger and abundance: Mediterranean troika and tales of the table
 
9.15 - 9.30Dr Irena Žmuc, Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Famine and abundance in the province of Carniola in the early modern age
 
9.30 - 9.45Dr Ljubodrag P. Ristić, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia
Dr Bojana Miljković Katić, Historical Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
Ottoman-serbian cuisine and west-European influences – an ambience of contacts and discord – first half of the nineteenth century
 
9.45 - 10.00Dr Monika Kokalj Kočevar, National Museum of Contemporary History, Slovenia
Koroška ljudska zveza and Nationalsozialistische Frauenschaft
 
10.00 - 10.15Zdenka Torkar Tahir, Nina Hribar, Gornjesavski muzej Jesenice, Slovenia
How/when the culinary festival multikultinarika in Jesenice is developing
 
10.15 - 10.30Discussion
 
10.30 - 10.45Break: coffee & teatime
 
V. KITCHEN AND FOOD WITHIN MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS AND PEDAGOGICAL PROGRAMMES
Moderators: Tamara Ognjevič, Mag. Oskar Habjanič
 
10.45 - 11.00Dr Ursula Zeller, Alimentarium, Switzerland
Digitalizing the Alimentarium, Food museum, Switzerland, a systemic approach
 
11.00 - 11.15Tamara Ognjević, Artis Center, Belgrade, Serbia
Museum and gastronomy - feeding the national hunger
 
11.15 - 11.30Morena Želle, Museum of Prigorje, Croatia
Katarina Husnjak Malovec, Public Institution “Nature Park Žumberak – Samoborsko gorje“, Croatia
“Culinary millennia” – workshops of prehistoric, roman, medieval and traditional cuisine in archaeological park in Budinjak (Žumberak – Samoborsko gorje Nature park)
 
11.30 - 11.45Mojca Vomer Gojkovič, Regional Museum Ptuj - Ormož, Slovenia
Roman kitchen - a common project of Ptuj museum and civil societies
 
11.45 - 12.00Mateja Huber, Pomurje Museum, Slovenia
We also cook in the museum! Culinary pedagogical programmes in the Pomurje Museum Murska Sobota
 
12.00 - 12.15Tanja Kocković Zaborski, MA, Ethnographic Museum of Istria, Croatia
Ivana Šarić Žic, MA, Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral Rijeka, Croatia
The marketplace – the belly of a city
 
12.15 - 12.30Liljana Suhodolčan, Carinthian Regional Museum, Slovenia
The old world charm of smokehouses and smoke kitchens
 
12.30 - 12.45Urška Repar, Museum of Recent History Celje, Slovenia
Sebastjan Weber, Museum of Recent History Celje, Slovenia
Chocolate at ‘all colours of chocolate’ museum exhibition
 
12.45 - 13.00Discussion and the closing of the international symposium
 
13.00 - 14.00Break: Lunchtime
 
14.00 - 16.00City tour: Medieval Maribor with the oldest wine tree in the world with wine tasting
(for the participants of the symposium)
 

21st October 2017

A HEART AMONG THE VINEYARDS
Culinary excursion (for the participants of the symposium)
 
9.30The assembly in front of the statue of Josip Jurčič (in front of the Regional Museum Maribor)
 
9.30 - 17.00In Maribor, right beside the River Drava, grows the oldest grapevine in the world. The underground centre of the town is made up of an old and very big wine cellar. The best female Alpine skier in the world can nearly ski each year among the vineyards on the Pohorje Hills. Maribor is truly a town of vines and wine. 
The most beautiful vineyards in the Maribor wine region are in Svečina. There, at Špičnik, just below the Austrian border, is THE ONLY HEART AMONG VINEYARDS in the world, and nearby is the first international path for Nordic walking leading across some of the top Slovene and Austrian winemaking farms.
The culinary excursion among the top class wines and dishes of Svečina will take us along the heart wine road, to visit winemakers and a winegrowing museum, and to have lunch in one of the best restaurants in Slovenia.
Destinations: Kelbl Winegrowing Museum –Dreisiebner Wine & Tourism – A HEART AMONG THE VINEYARDS - Vino Gaube - Hiša Denk
 
17.30Arrival at Regional Museum Maribor



Image: Citrussqueezer, 1940, USA, Alimentarium, Vevey, Switzerland