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WINDOW TO EUROPE FILM SERIES – Slovakia. Window to Europe presents one extraordinary European film each month, exploring the complexity and diversity of cinematic voices from across the...

Concert: Karel Růžička Quartet presents Grace & Gratitude

Delight in music from Karel Růžička’s new release Grace & Gratitude, an album nominated for the Angel Award 2019 by the Czech Academy of Popular Music in the category The Best Jazz & Blues Album.


This exhibition presents a segment of contemporary Czech photography with deliberately wide range of photographic strategies – from snapshot-like images that have appeared in the context of fashion...

Journey - Portrait of Věra Chytilová

In honor of Věra Chytilová, famed Czech new wave film director, who would have turned 90 on February 2nd.


WINDOW TO EUROPE FILM SERIES – Czech Republic. Window to Europe presents one extraordinary European film each month, exploring the complexity and diversity of cinematic voices from across the...


Screening of a Czech movie Toman at the New York Jewish Film Festival at Lincoln Center.

Jan Palach

Remembering Jan Palach, who died 50 years ago in January 1969.

Czech Jewelry Designers Meet NYC

The CZECH JEWELRY DESIGNERS MEET NYC exhibition will present the work of three Czech jewelers - Kristýna Malovaná, Eva Růžičková and Klára Šípková.

New Literature From Europe Festival

The New Literature from Europe Festival – New York City’s top European literary event – returns to the city for three days of conversations, panel discussions and readings.

Exhibition: The Second Life of Czech Torah Scrolls

The BBLA sincerely invites to the opening of "The Second Life of Czech Torah Scrolls" highlighting the tradition of the Torah scroll and its place in the life of the synagogue.

Exhibition: School of Pain

The Brooklyn-based exhibition space Art in General invites you to the new School of Pain exhibition, which amongst other works, features Czech and Slovak art.

Staged reading: WAITING FOR FATHER

The play by Zuzana Justman tells the story of Helena, a young woman who cannot accept the fact that her father died in Auschwitz. It is set in the Terezin ghetto in 1944 and at Vassar College and in...

Dance performance: Contour

Choreographed by Jiří Bartovanec and performed by National Theatre Brno; full of beautiful movements and dancers who put their hearts into the performance. Part of Freedom and Movement festival on...


Panel EUROPE THEN AND NOW IN AUDIO DRAMA followed by staged reading ILLEGAL HELPERS. Part of Freedom and Movement festival on November 16, 2018.

Krištof Kintera: Do Not Litter, Do Not Feed Birds and Do Not Push the Help Button (Yet)

The human anthill of New York produces an infinite amount of objects and subtle messages that Kintera aims to separate, decode and then translate into wall drawings and site specific installation at...

Peter Sís, Robinson

A boy who loves adventure. A mysterious solo journey. A remote island wilderness.


We regret to inform you that PAF Day #2: Dean Blunt, Garbaggio has been CANCELLED due to unforeseen circumstances.


The New York edition of PAF, the Czech platform for moving image, animation, and contemporary art will present audiovisual performances by international artists at Pioneer Works.

“Bounced Czechs and Forged Alliances:” The Armaments Business and the Road to World War II

The Institute on World War II and the Human Experience and Fordham University Press will hold their annual Veterans Day event, featuring a lecture by Dr. Jonathan A. Grant.

My First Film Fest Features an Award-Winning Czech Film

Who's Who in Mycology, a Student Acedemy Award-winning short movie by Czech director Marie Dvorakova, will be featured at the My First Film Fest at Lincoln Center.

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