List of Prešeren Award laureates

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Prešeren laureates are Slovene scientists and artists who have been awarded the Prešeren Award for their achievements. The Prešeren Award is the highest decoration in the field of artistic and in the past also scientific creation in Slovenia.[1] It is awarded annually by the Prešeren Fund (Prešernov sklad).[2] It has been bestowed since 1947.


              1947 1948 1949
1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009  
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

1947[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Blaž Arnič composer for the composition The Woods are Singing (Slovene: Gozdovi pojejo)
Matej Bor poet, playwright, translator, journalist for the play False Flaggers (Raztrganci)
Igo Gruden poet, translator for the collections Into Exile (V pregnanstvo) and The Poet's Heart (Pesnikovo srce)
Božidar Jakac painter, graphic artist, photographer, filmmaker for the collection of drawings titled In the Tracks of the 4th and the 5th Offensive (Po sledovih 4. in 5. ofenzive)
Boris Kalin sculptor for the sculpture Fifteen-Year-Old Girl (Petnajstletna)
Gojmir Anton Kos painter, photographer for the oil painting Girl with an Accordion (Dekle s harmoniko)
Anton Melik geographer for the work The Ljubljana Pile-Dweller's Lake and Its Heritage (Ljubljansko mostiščarsko jezero in dediščina po njem)
Ivan Potrč writer, playwright for the drama The Krefl Farm (Kreflova kmetija)
Tone Seliškar writer, poet, journalist, teacher for the story Comrades (Tovariši)
Lucijan Marija Škerjanc composer, conductor, pedagogue, pianist for the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Koncert za violino in orkester)
Vitomil Zupan writer, poet, playwright, essayist for the drama Birth in a Storm (Rojstvo v nevihti)

2000[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Svetlana Makarovič poet, writer and actress for her poetic opus
Marko Ivan Rupnik mosaic artist and theologian for his work in the Redemptoris Mater Chapel

2001[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Gustav Gnamuš[3] painter for his painting opus

2002[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Vinko Globokar trombonist and composer for his lifetime achievement in music
Milan Jesih poet, playwright and translator for his poetic opus

2003[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Vojteh Ravnikar architect for his architectural opus
Zlatko Šugman actor for his lifetime achievement in the dramatic arts

2004[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Florjan Lipuš writer and translator for his literary opus

2005[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Bogdan Borčič painter for his lifetime opus
Irena Grafenauer flute player and soloist for her excellence in music

2006[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Milan Dekleva poet and writer for his lifetime achievement in poetry and writing
Karpo Godina cinematographer and film director for his lifetime achievement in film

2007[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Janez Matičič composer and pianist for his lifetime achievement music
Radko Polič actor for his lifetime achievement in the dramatic arts

2008[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Janez Gradišnik writer and translator for his lifetime achievement in literature and translation
Miljenko Licul graphic designer for his extensive opus in graphic design

2009[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Štefka Drolc[4] actress for her lifetime achievement
Zmago Jeraj artist for his lifetime achievement

2010[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Kostja Gatnik artist and illustrator for his lifetime achievement in fine arts
Mateja Rebolj[5] dancer for her lifetime achievement in the field of dance

2011[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Miroslav Košuta poet, playwright and translator for his poetic opus
Anton Nanut conductor for his entire creative opus

2012[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Jože Snoj poet, writer, essayist for his lifetime achievement and rich literary opus
Matjaž Vipotnik graphic designer for his lifetime achievement in graphic design

2013[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Zorko Simčič writer for his lifetime achievement and rich literary opus
Marlenka Stupica illustrator for her lifetime achievement in illustration

2014[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Vladimir Kavčič writer for his lifetime achievement and rich literary opus
Pavle Merkù composer for his lifetime achievement and rich creative opus

2015[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Andrej Brvar poet for his lifetime achievement
Miki Muster academic sculptor for his lifetime achievement

2016[edit]

Recipient Occupation Rationale
Tone Partljič writer and playwright for his lifetime achievement
Ivo Petrić composer for his lifetime achievement

References[edit]

  1. ^ Naglič, Miha (3 February 2008). "Prešernov dan" [Prešeren Day]. Gorenjski glas (in Slovenian). GG Plus. 
  2. ^ Kavčič, Igor (31 January 2012). "Pri Prešernovih nagradah ni naših in vaših" [With Prešeren Awards, there Are No Ours and Yours]. Gorenjski glas (in Slovenian). GG Plus. 
  3. ^ Museums.si site
  4. ^ Delo 9 February 2009
  5. ^ Radiotelevizija Slovenija site 6 February 2010

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