Sunday, 22 September 2019
Arts | UniMedia

Between Two Ages is the sub-caption of a new exhibition which opened at Charles University on Wednesday, marking the reign of Czech King Wenceslas IV, on the 600th anniversary of his death.

Arts | Expats.cz

The seventh edition of the Signal Festival will take place in Prague on October 10–13. Lighting and site-specific installations, along with video mappings, will be on three routes through Malá Strana, Old Town and Karlín.

Arts | Radio Prague

The international music festival Lípa Musica got underway this week with a performance by the British vocal ensemble King's Singers. Over the course of the next few weeks, the festival will offer over 20 performances both on the Czech and German side of the border.

Life | NYU Washington Square News

Taina Lyons attended a three-week program at the National Theatre and The Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU), Czech Republic. She shares her experience.

Arts | Prague TV

Architecture as a costume? Body as a space? Fabric as a volatile skin of a humanoid being? Sara Enrico's site-specific and quasi-parasitic project in the National Gallery's Presidential Lounge, The Jumpsuit Theme, is the artist's attempt to negotiate the spatial materiality in-between the painting and the object, in the increasingly grey zone of illusory volume and the omnipresent flatness.

Life | Prague TV

Festival Evolution is not a typical fair, it is three days packed with high quality program, in which the hottest international personalities make an appearance. IThe event connects five independent sections: Biostyle, health, Ecoworld, alternative and personal development.

Arts | Radio Prague

'Laydeez do Comics' is an international organisation that promotes female comics artists and their work. The Czech branch's new publication, Komiksodějky, features a wild, eclectic mix of comics and illustrations by local female comics authors, many of whom poke fun at stereotypes.

Life | Brno Daily

"Water and Civilisation", a photo-exhibition visited by hundreds of thousands of people at Kampa in Prague, will be moving to Brno this autumn, to highlight the current state of water in our environment and focus on its importance to our society – and its fragility.

Life | Expats.cz

A favorite among the late-night set, Prague club Chapeau Rouge is celebrating its 100th anniversary today with performances from Tata Bojs, Mucha, and I Love You Honey, cocktail specials, and plenty of historical-themed fanfare. Admission is free.

Life | Prague TV

The September Meetup, a monthly get together for expats organized by Foreigners Prague and Prague.TV as a co-organizer, is set to take place today at the Globe Bookstore and Café.

Dining | Prague Morning

After their successful macaroons, the Ollies confectionery has introduced another sweet speciality from France – éclairs. Éclairs are a traditional French dessert distinguished by its specific shape, fluffiness, delicious and delicate filling, but also complicated preparation.

Arts | Prague TV

Lunchmeat Festival returns to Prague at the end of September as the leading arena for cutting-edge electronic music and with more audio-visual punch than ever before.

Arts | Brno Daily

The opening concert, to be held from 7pm at the Babylon cultural centre, will feature piano virtuoso Elisabeth Leonskaja. She will perform Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 3 with a brilliant solo part.

Life | Radio Prague

Brno's Martin Reiner is an award-winning poet and novelist. He also works closely with some of the Czech Republic's other leading writers as head of the publishing house Druhé město (Second City). His tour of Brno begins in the tree-lined district where Reiner grew up, Černá Pole.

Arts | Brno Daily

Vítězslava Kaprálová (1915-40) was among the most promising Czech composers of her generation. Accomplishments of her short life have been overlooked, but the last ten years has seen a renewed interest in both her work and her fascinating character.