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Video Thursdays

Video screening - Smart Philip (Mazany Filip). 7pm at the Czech Center.

Forging a New Life - Photographic Exhibit by Karel Cudlín

Photographic exhibit on the Jewish experience in Central and Eastern Europe on the Cusp of the New Millenium. Opening reception February 16th, 4-6 pm.

Video Thursdays for Children

Video Screening for Children - Krtek, 4 pm, Czech Center.

Czech Photography VI

Czech Photography VI - Václav Chochola, Jan Lukas, Dagmar Hochová, Zdeněk Tmej. Exhibition at Leica Gallery, 670 Broadway, New York. Phone: 212 777-3051.

Video Thursdays

Video Screening - Some Secrets (Výlet), 7 pm, Czech Center

Ground Floor - Michal Pěchouček

The Czech Center presents an exhibition of mural painting by Michal Pechoucek, laureate of the Jindrich Chalupecky Award 2003. Opening reception Thursday, January 13,:30-8:30 pm, on view through...

Video Thursdays

Rex-patriates, dir. by Nancy Bishop, 2004, Czech subtitles, Written by Tony Laue, Starring Karel Roden, James Babson, Joel Sugerman, Ellen Savaria, Nancy Bishop, and Alan Levy.

Video Thursdays for Children

Starting in November, the Czech Center will expand its regular video screenings to include films for young viewers. The screenings will introduce children (and parents) to a variety of classic Czech...

New Literature from Europe - Reading from "Through the Frosted Glass" by Petra Hulova

Reading from "Through the Frosted Glass" by Petra Hulova. The Donnel Library Auditorium, Thursday, December 2 at 6 pm.

Dvorak to Duke Ellington - Book Presentation

Tuesday, November 30 at 6 pm, The Czech Center New York, RSVP at (212) 288-0830, ext. 109

Video Thursdays

Autumn Spring, dir. Vladimír Michálek, 2001, 95 min., subtitles, Starring Vlastimil Brodsky, Stella Zázvorková, and Stanislav Zindulka

Video Thursdays for Children

Krtek. Czech Center, 3 pm. Starting in November, the Czech Center will expand its regular video screenings to include films for young viewers. The screenings will introduce children (and parents)...

“Václav Havel: Dissident–President–Citizen”–photographs by Oldřich Škácha

Exhibition at the Czech Center. Monday, November 15 at 5 pm. On view through January 4, 2005.

New Czech Films

5th Annual festival on the newest feature films from the Czech Republic. November 4-7.

Pražský Výběr at the Knitting Factory

Concert at the Knitting Factory. Monday, November 15 at 8:30 pm, $ 10

Video Thursdays for Children

Starting in November, the Czech Center will expand its regular video screenings to include films for young viewers. The screenings will introduce children (and parents) to a variety of classic Czech...

Jan Matulka - The Global Modernist

The exhibition “Jan Matulka – The Global Modernist”, a major retrospective survey of this complex and fascinating Czech-American modernist artist, is organized by TMJ Projects and the Montclair Art...

Jazz Evening - Martin Kratochvil & Tony Ackerman

Thursday, October 7, 8 pm, Czech Center, 1109 Madison Avenue @ 83rd Street, RSVP (212) 288 0830 ext. 109

Jewelry and Objects from Wire - Blanka Šperková

The Czech Center New York presents the exhibition of jewelry and small objects from wire by Blanka Šperková. Using her own technique of finger knitting, she works with silver, cooper, and zinc bee...

Video Thursdays - Indian Summer

Indian Summer (Indiánské léto) - dir. Saša Gedeon, 1995, 65 min., subtitles, starring Klára Issová, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Robert Štěpánek and Olga Karásková. Czech Center, September 9, 7 pm

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