Japanese guitarist will lead a three day workshop focused on time in free improvisation.
Czech Republic: The prestigious international exhibition of glass for students of art schools, the Stanislav Libenský Award, the only one in the world in which only new graduates can apply, begins its seventh edition.
PRAGUE: The Maisel Synagogue in Prague, one of the dominant buildings of the former Jewish Town of Prague, will reopen to the public and welcome its visitors again on the 1st of July 2015, after being closed for more than a year.
A three-day long festival of dance and physical theatre with international participation of artists which offers a wide variety of accessible events and performances suitable for the whole family. The festival is set in a beautiful and unique historical site of the Žďár nad Sázavou castle.
TŘEBECHOVICE POD OREBEM: National cultural monument – the Bethlehem of Třebechovice (also known as the Probošt’s Mechanical Christmas crib) – has been exposed for public without any intervention to its original form for more than one hundred years. During this period particular parts have been considerably worn out. The crib has never before been repaired and restored.
The competition is open to young artists from around the world, recent graduates of bachelor or master degree, who used glass in their final work.
BRNO: Another year has come and gone and once again we are happy to invite anyone and everyone that likes music in all forms to the 2015 Tmavomodrý festival.
Documentary projects in the rough-cut stage which come to the workshop, this year, bring the stories of five continents…
OSTRAVA: ARCHICULTURE 2015, the 7th Annual International Festival of Architecture, Design and Art, is an exhibition aimed at architectonic themes in the broadest conception of the term, and is based on the preceding years of the festival which took place between 2009—2012 under the title Architecture Week Ostrava.
PRAQUE: On the Border – Grenznah is a creative symposium for students on the subject of wilderness. The name is taken from the Czech-German Bayerischer Wald area, where it has been taking place for six years.
Invitation to a charity auction of artworks created through cooperation between young people and artists as part of the project The Art of Connection.
A Czecho-Slovak radio play. You can listen on the internet, and by visiting the broadcasting studio, too. Radio Bolehlav is ready to competently and completely answer the question: Art, What For? The evening culminates with the Czecho-Slovak radio play at 10.30 PM.
The Aspen Institute Prague and Pilsen 2015, European Capital of Culture, have the pleasure of inviting you to the OPEN UP! Festival. The two-day event will examine the concept of creative placemaking, a process in which public and private sectors along with community activists and experts use culture and the arts to economically revive localities, cities and regions.
This international art project was born step by step, branching out of the collaboration between Kirsimaria E. Törönen-Ripatti (artist and curator from Mikkeli, Finland) and Helena Fenclová from Pilsen (manager of exhibitions and collections and curator in regional art museum Gallery Klatovy/Klenová in Czech Republic).
ROXY club reaches No. 71 in this year Dj Mag TOP 100 Clubs poll and beats legendary venues like The Arches in Glasgow or famous Tresor club in Berlin.
Given the already vast majority of music fans own a smart phone, the biggest czech club ROXY decided to simplify and improve the access of the fans party information.
KROMĚŘÍŽ: Third Annual Group Exhibition presenting „YOU“ is here again! Emerging artists don't miss this opportunity to show your work and possibly even win a solo exhibition at Galerie 77.
PRAGUE: “The sounds of the looms, the scents of the oils lubricating the machines, the dust…. have all become the memories of my childhood – the memory of my father's textile factory,” this is how the Israeli artist Roni Ben Ari describes her memories as a child which have inspired her recent video called LOOM | FATHER | REQUIEM. The video will be shown at the Vernon Gallery in Prague on Thursday, November 1 and the artist will be present to answer questions about her work. The exhibition will last till January 31, 2013.
PRAGUE: Beautiful moments are not for ever. We loose them every single second of our life. Fortunately there are remarkably talented ‚magical‘ photographers such as Anna Kazanova from the Ukraine, who captures those moments for us so we can enjoy them again. Anna Kazanova told me more about her life in Prague and her work in this interview.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Jewish transports from Ostrava to Terezín, the Jewish Museum in Prague will be putting on-line a unique collection of personal and family documents that illustrate everyday Jewish life in Ostrava before the Second World War and the fate of Ostrava’s Jews during the Holocaust, as well as the stories of those who survived.