Tera Fabianová

created: 20. 02. 2024 10:12 modified: 20. 02. 2024 10:13

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Tera Fabianová.
Tera Fabianová (née Kurinová) was born on 15 October 1930 in Žiharec, Slovakia. She is considered the leading Roma writer and poet of the 20th century. She belongs to the older generation of Roma women writers who wrote in the Roma language. She worked as a crane operator in Prague for thirty-five years. She was fluent in four languages. Her literary talent was discovered by the Czech romist Milena Hübschmannová, who motivated her to write in Romani. She debuted with short stories in the magazine Romano lil in the 1960s. Her book Čavargoš / The Tramp (1991) belongs to the fantasy genre. This publication appealed to a wide Czech public. Vlastimil Brodský read this work for Czech Radio. The highlight of her work is her autobiography Sar me phiravas andre škola / How I Went to School (1992). In 2006 she received the Milena Hübschmann Literary Award for lifetime achievement. She died on 23 March 2007 in Prague.
Sources of information:
www.svedectviromu.cz/svedectvi/tera-fabianova
www.romarchive.eu/en/collection/p/tera-fabianova/

 

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Eva Plešková Gašparová

created: 20. 02. 2024 09:14 modified: 20. 02. 2024 09:15

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Eva Plešková Gašparová.
Eva Gašparová ( née Plešková) was born on 14 May 1951 in Očová. She graduated from the Secondary School of Economics in Lučenec. She worked as an economist from graduation until her retirement. She started writing only when she retired. She wrote stories about love and family, drawing on her own memories as well as those of her parents and grandparents. She writes in the Romani language. She was a member of the Roma Literary Club. She lived and worked in Banská Bystrica. She died in 2023.
Source:
amariluma.romanokher.sk/encyclopedia/gasparova-eva-rodena-pleskova/

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Zlatica Rusová

created: 20. 02. 2024 08:44 modified: 20. 02. 2024 08:45

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Zlatica Rusová.
Zlatica Rusová, née Boldišová was born in Kameňany (Revúca District). She started writing in 2004 at the age of 53, when she became seriously ill and had more time to write. She inherited her storytelling talent from her grandfather. She is the author of fairy tales and fables. She has collaborated with the editorial office Romano džaniben and with the portal romea.cz in the Czech Republic. She is a member of the Roma Literary Club. Her literary work entitled The Queen of Water has been made into an audio-dramatisation in Slovak and Romani by the State Scientific Library in Prešov.

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Elena Lacková

created: 20. 02. 2024 08:10 modified: 20. 02. 2024 08:10

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Elena Lacková.
Elena Lacková (22.3.1921, Veľký Šariš - 1.1.2003, Košice) was one of the most important representatives of the Roma social and political emancipation movement in the second half of the 20th century in Slovakia. She was the founder of modern Roma literature in Slovakia, she was at the birth of the first post-war Roma organisation (the Roma-Gypsy Association, 1969 - 1973), co-founder of the first Roma periodical after 1989 Romano ľil. Elena Lacková became a symbol of the Roma movement in Slovakia.

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Vladimír Oláh

created: 20. 02. 2024 07:51 modified: 20. 02. 2024 07:54

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Vladimír Oláh.
Vladimír Oláh, PhDr. was born on 22 May 1947 in Stropkov. He did not finish his studies at the Secondary Mining School because of finances. As a soldier by profession he started to study andragogy at the Faculty of Arts of the P. J. Šafárik University in Košice. In 1984 he received his doctorate. Since 1986 he has lived in Prague. In 1991 he founded a Roma Christian and educational association - Matica Roma. He was the first Romani author to be admitted to the Czech Writers' Association. In 2006 he was awarded the Milena Hübschmann Literary Prize for his contribution to Roma literature. He died on 28 January 2012 in Prague.
Sources of information:
www.lidovky.cz/relax/lide/zemrel-basnik-a-prekladatel-vlado-olah.A120129_180150_lide_sk
amariluma.romanokher.sk/encyclopedia/olah-vladimir-phdr/

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Jozef Ravasz József

created: 19. 02. 2024 15:03 modified: 19. 02. 2024 15:04

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Jozef Ravasz József.
Jozef Ravasz József was born on 23 November 1949 in Sokolce, Dunajská Streda District, Slovakia. He studied at the grammar school, in Hungarian language in Dunajská Streda. After 1989, he was involved in the founding of specific political and cultural organisations in Roma settlements. He wrote several books and collections of poems. Among them is the book Domček v srdci (1992), published by the Romaňi Kultura Publishing House in Bratislava, which contains fairy tales in Hungarian, Romani and Slovak.
He is an associate professor, a Romologist and a social worker. He graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, later passing the rigorosum examination. He continued his doctoral studies at the St. Elizabeth University in Bratislava. In 2012 he habilitated and received the title of associate professor. He currently lives and works alternately in Dunajská Streda and Moldava nad Bodvou, and at the same time he runs the Romological Research and Methodology Institute in Dunajská Streda.
Source:
szmit.hu/rolunk/tagjaink/ravasz-jozsef/

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Ľudovít Didi

created: 19. 02. 2024 11:43 modified: 23. 02. 2024 07:42

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Ľudovít Didi.
Ľudovít Didi was born in 1931 in Púchov. In the school year 1951/1952 he started to study at the University of Political and Economic Sciences in Prague, but he was expelled from his studies because of his uncommon views. In 1963 he graduated from the Pedagogical Institute in Nitra. In 1980 he signed Charter 77. He was rehabilitated by the District National Committee in 1990 and later became the director of the Children's Home in Koliňany. He began his literary activity in 2001. He published his first work, the novel Tales Hallowed by the Wind, at the age of seventy-three in 2004. In 2008, his next literary work, Gypsy's Omen, was published. His novel The Black Roma and White Love (2012), in which he depicts the life peripeties of the protagonist Gejza, a Roma man who falls in love with a non-Roma girl, Marika, presents a more composed narrative. His last novel with autobiographical elements, Rom Tardek and His Fate, was published after the author's death (2013).
The town of Vráble awarded Ľudovít Didi the 2014 Vráble Town Award In Memoriam, and in 2023 a memorial plaque was unveiled in the town. In 2023, President Zuzana Čaputová awarded him the Ľudovít Štúr Order of the Third Class In Memoriam for his extraordinary merits for democracy and its development, human rights and freedoms.
Khatar:
www.litcentrum.sk/autor/ludovit-didi
www.spolok-slovenskych-spisovatelov.sk/products/didi-ludovit/

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Ján Šándor

created: 19. 02. 2024 10:50 modified: 19. 02. 2024 10:56

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Ján Šándor.
Ján Šándor was born in 1948 in Brno (former Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic). From the age of 16 until his death he lived in Prievidza. He worked as a manual worker all his life. He published since 1979 in the magazines Železničiar, Bosorka, Smer dnes, Prieboj, Romano nevo ľil, Sam adaj, Romano džaniben. He made his book debut with a collection of short stories and tales called Roma Dream (2004). In 2008, the Jekhetane-Spolu association published a book of Romani fairy tales called Black Rose in Slovak and Romani. In total, he has published 10 books. He was a member of the Slovak Writers' Association. In 2017, he was awarded the Roma Spirit Award in memoriam for his lifetime of literary work and the development of Roma culture.   
Sources of information:
ŠÁNDOR, Ján. Black Rose / E kaľi ruža. Prešov: Jekhetane-Spolu Prešov, 2008, 132 p. ISBN 978-80-968744-2-2
www.romaspirit.sk/rocniky/rocnik-2017/nominovani/jan-sandor-prievidza/

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Dezider Banga

created: 19. 02. 2024 10:28 modified: 19. 02. 2024 10:30

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Dezider Banga.
Dezider Banga was born on August 24, 1939 in Hradiště. He attended both primary and secondary schools in Uhorske, near Poltár. He received his teaching education at the Pedagogical School in Krupina. He studied Slovak language and History as his majors at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Comenius University in Bratislava. He worked as a high school professor at the gymnasium in Trebišov and for the next ten years worked as a playwright of the Literary Editorial Office of Slovak Television in Košice. In 1979 he went to Bratislava and became an editor, and from 1986 he was the editor-in-chief of the social monthly Nová cesta, where he worked until the periodical's stopped publishing in 1990. He was the chairman of the civic association Romaňi kultura and the editor-in-chief of the cultural and social monthly Roma as well as of the children's magazine Luluďi, both published by the above mentioned association. He is also the active businessman – the owner of a printing house.
In 2009, he received a high state award - the Order of Ľudovít Štúr III. Class for extraordinary merits for development in the field of culture, especially Romani literature.
Source:
www.litcentrum.sk/autor/dezider-banga/zivotopis-autora
amariluma.romanokher.sk/encyclopedia/banga-dezider/

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Zdenka Mahajová

created: 19. 02. 2024 09:44 modified: 19. 02. 2024 09:46

Šarlota Bottová is a graduate of the Secondary Vocational School in Rimavská Sobota, cosmetologist. She started to study fine arts during her studies at high school, where the subject of aesthetics is taught. In aesthetics classes she got acquainted with portraiture, and extended her knowledge further as a self-taught artist, using resources available on the Internet and in professional literature. Her preferred technique is graphite pencil. In 2020, she also began working with colours and continues to pursue portraiture.
In 2020, she received a grant from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture of National Minorities of the Slovak Republic to create a collection of paintings - portraits of Roma writers and women writers.
The portrait depicts the writer Zdenka Mahajová.
Zdenka Mahajová is one of the Roma writers, she lives in Myjava, for many years she worked as a cook in a school canteen. She debuted in 2009 with the autobiographical novel Eclipse, in which the author offers a coming-of-age story of a Roma woman, based on her own experience and real events. In 2011, she published a collection of poems entitled Question Marks. In her poetry, she offers the reader the opportunity to understand her own journey towards herself, a journey from her head to her heart. The collection includes a CD where the author has recorded some of the poems to the sounds of the accompanying music by MAOKA.

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