Fatmir Krypa


… when I went to elementary school, when I explained this to others, they wondered, ‘What is that?’ We called it tafte [board]. Tafte. It was an A4 plaque with...

Rexhep Ferri


Tajar Zavalani translated that [Mother by Maxim Gorky], he understood what communism is and left, then he worked at Radio London. My mother would listen to it a lot, ‘Communism...

Luljeta Çeku


The cultural life was complemented by the arts and culture societies which were based in the city of all nations and nationalities, as we referred to them at the time....

Zenun Çelaj


Even the Palace has a history. In several places, its foundations were laid, but only the foundations, but never constructed. […] There we laid the foundations of Rilindja first, Fadil...

Christopher Dell


When I first got to Kosovo, it was my first experience having my own security detail. It was the first country I had lived in where that was necessary, and...

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E-BOOK: The National Gallery Oral History Project

The Oral History Initiative in collaboration with the National Gallery of Kosovo


31 Mar 2020

Reconciliation of Blood Feuds Campaign 1990—1991 at EVA International

Biennial of Contemporary Art, Limerick, Ireland


20 Feb 2020

Launch Event: Janjevo Walks

The Walks mobile app embarks in Janjevo


22 Nov 2019

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Animated short film by Flaka Kokolli


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