Jarcovjáková takes volumes of images which turned out to be a kind of continuous subjective documentary with an apparent autobiographical impact. Commented slide-show of artists’ photo series.
Part of the Moving Sound Festival in collaboration with the Austrian Cultural Forum. Dancer Jiří Bartovanec in his choreography searches spatial possibilities of his own path. Followed by Q&A with...
Design Exhbition. Students of The Academy of Applied Arts in Prague (UMPRUM) led by well-known Czech fashion designer Liběna Rochová are redesigning world fashion icons as Donna Karan, Prada,...
This concert, performed by New York’s brilliant Argento Ensemble will be the culmination of this year’s Moving Sounds Festival--'Liquid Architeture / Frozen Music'. The program includes Giacinto...
Commented show of artistic documentary mystification videos with authors Adéla Babanová and Daniel Pitín.
Case for a Rookie Hangman (Případ pro začínajícího kata), Director: Pavel Juráček, 1970, 102 min.
Michaela Pavlátová’s short animation Words, Words, Words followed by Jan Švankmajer’s animated comedy/drama, Lesson Faust is a new take on the old legend of a man who sold his soul to the...
Book reading followed by a conversation between translator Paul Wilson and Chris Harwood, a lecturer in Czech language and pedagogy at Columbia.
The Department of New Media at Charles University, Prague, presents an educational video game aimed at teenagers.
Concert Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Theresienstadt Concentration Camp.
Martinů Quartet - Concert. Bargemusic, Fulton Ferry Landing, Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn, NY.
An opening concert by the acclaimed Czech musician Iva Bittova for the exhibition “Vladislav Kucharski: Paintings”.
A lecture by Mirjam Zadoff, Indiana University.
Concert. Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street, NYC.
Concert by Martinu Quartet featuring music by Josef Suk, Bohuslav Martinů and Bedřich Smetana.
Join us for a conversation about the development, history, and contemporary echoes of the bent metal tube chair. Originating with the classic 1928 Breur Stam Chair, and continuing in countless themes...
THURSDAY FORUM. Presentation of Jan Novák´s book So Far So Good (Zatím dobrý), a biographical novel about two brothers who fled communist Czechoslovakia in the early 1950s.
AACM @ 50 continues with large orchestra works by Muhal Richard Abrams, Mitchell, Lewis, SEM Ensemble, Petr Kotik, conductor, Thomas Buckner, baritone & Abrams–Mitchell–Lewis Trio
Lecture by Nitzan Lebovic, Lehigh University.
Can future societal developments be detected in changing word patterns in presidential speeches? How can computational linguistics and national corpus help?