AIHV Congress 19, 2012 – Art Glass Exhibition in Piran

About AIHV/Qu’est-ce que l’AIHV

ImageThe AIHV was organized by Dr. Joseph Phillippe, Director of the Musée Curtius of Liège, in 1956. The first Congress of the organization, then called the Journées Internationales du Verre, took place in that city in 1958. Our membership includes archaeologists, art historians, artists, collectors, museum curators, scientists and researchers from over 30 countries.

Every three years we hold a congress where research papers are delivered and special exhibitions viewed. Visits are organised to museums, galleries and private collections. These congresses also provide the opportunity to socialise in pleasant surroundings and meet one’s fellow enthusiasts. The last congress was held in Thessaloniki, Greece in September 2009. Earlier ones have been held in Berlin, Damascus, London, Prague, Nancy, Madrid, Basel, Vienna, Amsterdam, Venice and Milan, and New York and Corning, and Antwerp. More on link AIHV Congress 19, 2012

EXHIBITION – Glass Impression



You are invited to join us at the opening of occasional exhibition of two Slovenian artists who create with glass and in glass


The opening will be on Sunday, September 16. – 19:00 pm

at the Palace Trevisini in Piran.

The exhibition will be opened by Mayor Peter Bossman.


Assoc. prof. Dr.. Irena Lazar, Head / Head
The Heritage Department / Department of Heritage
University of Primorska / Universita del Litorale / University of Primorska
Faculty of Humanities / Facolta umanistici of Studies / Faculty of Humanitie




About Marko Jezernik

Choir Georgios Piran - Markoting&PR /singer in choir/ I'm running Fine Art Gallery & Studio presenting my artworks / paintings, fused glass, art furniture, catalogues and books.. / Aditional activities: Art Promotion & Consulting, Mentorship, Webpage administration&editing...
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