The 33rd edition of the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts spreads across nine venues, in a parcours across the city. Beginning with the main venue of the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), the exhibition builds upon and highlights crucial networks of contemporary culture in Ljubljana's vibrant creative landscape, including non-profit spaces, commercial galleries and artist-run initiatives.


Hedgehog draws, prints and rolls about!

21. 6. 2019 · 10:00–12:00 · MGLC – Švicarija

Children’s Studio at Švicarija:
Every Friday during the Biennial,
 10.00–12.00, Švicarija, Tivoli Park

We carry out relief printing workshops for our youngest group of “hedgehogs” (4–12 years old), tell each other jokes and talk about large-scale exhibitions. Free of charge, bookings for organised groups to


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. Archive: MGLC.


22. 6. 2019 · 11:00–14:00

Starting at 11.00 at MGLC; the second meeting point for visitors to join the guided tour is at 12.30, at the National Gallery of Slovenia.

The marathon guided tours are accompanied by impro intervals in collaboration with Impro liga.


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. Archive: MGLC.


How to be an artist and an entrepreneur?

6. 7. 2019 · 10:00–14:30


We invite you to take part in a one-day workshop:

Business School for Artists: A Creative Approach to Business Planning

The workshop programme encompasses addressing business as a creative practice, being a step ahead of others, taking into account resources, time and costs, analysis of profitability, business plan as a narrative aid, as well as conclusion and questions. The workshop is led by Amy Whitaker, Assistant Professor at New York University. She completed her postgraduate studies in Management at Yale School of Management and postgraduate studies in Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art. She is the author of the books Museum Legs (2009) and Art of Thinking (2016).

Students and graduates of art schools and academies have priority in applying.
Participation fee: 35 EUR

Application form




Photo: Amy Whitaker, Assistant Professor at New York University, personal archive.