The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection is an open craftsmanship exhibition hall in Novi Sad, Serbia. It shows works of art and figures by twentieth-century Serbian and Yugoslav craftsmen, for the most part from the interwar period. The gathering bears the name of its originator and supporter Pavle Beljanski, Serbian representative and craftsmanship gatherer, who gave his accumulation of sketches, models and embroidered works of art to the Serbian individuals in November 1957. He kept on adding gems to this critical gathering until his passing. The gathering comprises of 185 works by 37 craftsmen. The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection was opened to the general population on 22 October 1961. After the apocalypse War II, Pavle Beljanski chose to give his specialty accumulation to the general population of Serbia. He did this is 1957, when he consented to gift arrangement with the Government of Vojvodina.
The Memorial Collection is housed in building particularly planned by designer to house the craftsmanship accumulation. The building was worked in 1961 and on 22 October that year it opened to open under the name of The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection. The considerable compositional estimation of the structure was accomplished through the planner's exact assessment of its particular prerequisites and the consequent joining of these necessities into an utilitarian whole. This Memorial Collection comprises essentially of the top of the line works of Serbian craftsmanship from the period between the first and the seventh many years of the twentieth century, with an accentuation on the period between World War I and World War II.