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GRAFEM PRESENTS: VIXEN AKA PONY, THE FIRST SLOVENIAN GRAFFITI WOMAN TO TURN HER HAND TO TRAINS

We continue our series of stories on graffiti women for the GraFEM blog with a legendary writer! Vixen is known to anyone who has ever seen her plump green birds or rounded pink ponies on walls around the world. She came late to graffiti, doing her first ones at the age of twenty. Under the...
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GRAFEM PRESENTS: STREET ART FOR RESISTANCE BY THE WOMEN OF THE LIBERATION FRONT (PART TWO)

This is Part Two of the piece by Helena Konda about the Slovenian rebel graffiti women in the second world war. (You can read Part One here.) Ljubljana experienced its first flourishing of what we would now call political graffiti and street art under the Italian fascist occupation of 1941 to 1943, when movement was...
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GRAFEM PRESENTS: STREET ART FOR RESISTANCE BY THE WOMEN OF THE LIBERATION FRONT (PART ONE)

Ljubljana probably experienced its first flourishing of what we would now call political graffiti and street art under the Italian fascist occupation of 1941 to 1943, when movement was restricted, a curfew was in force and popular protest was suppressed. Acts of rebellion within the public space were largely carried out by women and included...
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SLOVENIA MUSIC TRIPS

LJUBLJANA URBAN TOURS

ABOUT US

Are you looking for interesting things to do in Slovenia but you don’t like crowds? Great! If you are into outdoor activities such as tours and trips, these are one of the best there are! Based both on in-depth research and on street credibility, the Ptich project is a community-conscious undertaking which brings entertainment, humor,  culture and music to classic Slovenia sightseeing.

Our small-group trips and tours give you a fantastic overview of Slovenia’s natural wonders, architectural landmarks and historic sites, while enhancing your experience with hidden cultural gems, music heritage,  contemporary music creations, grass-roots initiatives, street art and murals, urban gardening, culinary delights, artistic atmosphere, socialist music, sports history and, last but not least, the women’s perspective on all things Slovenian.

Coming from the authentic local cultural scene, our guides combine history and art knowledge, on the one hand, and contemporary sociology and cultural studies, on the other hand, in order to give you the most amazing stories and interpretations both of the ancient and of the contemporary Slovenia.

Tina Perić

guide, frontwoman

Gregor Bulc

guide, manager

Jasmina Jerant

guide, feminist vagabond