The exhibition was opened on the April 13th, 2018.
Headscarf is a part of a traditional women’s folk costume. During the past times, it was worn for everyday and special occasions, too. Each headscarf is a so-called identity card of a woman who wears it, by seeing the scarf you could guess how a woman feels, is she married or not, or is she perhaps in grief. Headscarfs of the Murter island are in bright colours, usually with flower details.
The authors of the exhibition, Sandra Barešin and Jasminka Paić, decided to find out a bit more about this part of the traditioanal folk costume. The exhibition was set in a collaboration with the highschool students from Šibenik who actively participated in the data collecting.