Argentine singer Juana Molina plays the Lucerna Music Bar on Wednesday, October 22 as part of an extensive European tour.
Žižkov’s Aero cinema last week launched a unique series of 43 films by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman that will run until mid-December.
Renowned Czech architect Eva Jiřičná may be based in the UK and have numerous overseas accomplishments, but she remains heavily involved in the local architecture scene.
The Archivo Sur exhibition at FUTURA offers the most extensive and exhaustive presentation of Latin American art exhibited in the Czech Republic to date.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise…
Forty years after Martha Rosler’s provocative images first appeared, her works are being presented for the first time in the Czech Republic.
Young architect Ondřej Chybík has already developed quite an impressive résumé. A student at Brno University of Technology, he just took first place in the prestigious House of Wood competition.
Things you should know before you enter a Czech bank.
Hlucka, who was one of the last living Czech World War II fighters, has died at age 88.
The fifth annual Music on Film Film on Music Festival’s (MOFFOM) kicks off today, offering a four-day all you can take buffet of music, film, and every genre in between. Centered around the character-saturated Palác Lucerna, the festival will also screen movies at Svetozor and Evald cinemas. Indicative of this year’s New York City theme, today’s events cover the far corners of the cultural spectrum of NYC, opening with a screening of The Producers and closing the night with DJ Organic and Kevin Fitzgerald’s mix of reggae, soul, hip-hop, and funk. Other NYC-themed films being shown include a documentary of the essential New Yorkers, Gogol Bordello, Gogol Bordello Non-Stop. A look back on the infamous 1977- year of serial killers