Czech Centre Prague and Oldřich Lomecký, the Mayor of Prague 1 invite you to a benefit concert of The Tap Tap Orchestra. Photo: Tomáš Martínek
Screening of Who is Afraid of the Wolf, an award winning movie in a version for the visually impaired. Discussion with Maria Procházková, the movie’s director to follow. IN CZECH ONLY.
Discussion about volunteer work and integration of excluded groups into society. Refreshment provided by Vesmírna Coffee House. IN CZECH ONLY.
Concert of ALLSTAR REFJÚDŽÍ BAND in Czech Centre Prague! Also a chance to see Budu si žít krásný život (I will Live a Happy Life), a last movie by Pavel Koutecký (in Czech). Photo: Archa...
Come and join us at our popular interactive arts program! Be inspired by the exhibition BEWTEEN TWO WORLDS. Photo: Lucie Haškovcová
The first guest of the new literary series of Zdenko Pavelka will be an award winning writer Tomáš Zmeškal. IN CZECH ONLY.
Celebration of 20 years of Život 90 (Life 90), NGO that aims to improve life for the elderly population. IN CZECH ONLY.
Evening dedicated to work of Inventura, the first platform in the Czech Republic for supporting and presenting the artistic and journalistic work of people with learning disabilities.
Special theatre workshop of Ježek a čížek, a homeless theatre group prepared for school groups.
If you missed the work of Inventura in the Czech Centre Prague, American Center offers you a second chance!
You are invited to an exhibition of sculptures by Ludmila Seefried–Matějková and photographs by Zuzana Richter called BEWTEEN TWO WORLDS. Open January 19 - February 26, 2011.
Starting on December 10, you can enjoy an exhibition of traditional Japanese calligraphy with a modern twist.
Exhibition of contemporary Israeli artist who is famous for his portraits of celebrities, created from every-day objects. Prepared in cooperation with the Embassy of Israel to the Czech Republic.
An international celebration of the beauty and power of modern design linking artists from three countries: the Czech Republic, the United States and the Republic of Korea.
A fresh perspective on traditional folklore. Joint exhibition of young artists from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Photo: Renato Gyongyos
Exhibition of works by Viktor Karlík shown previously at the Czech Centre Paris in 2010. Photo: Viktor Karlík, Black Work, 8
Exhibition of art photographs from world cities by contemporary Czech photographer Jiří Turek.
With the CROSSOVERS exhibition, Czech Centre Prague will join the 12th PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL OF PERFORMANCE DESIGN AND SPACE.
Lecture given by Jiwon Shin, author of the CONNECTING: NEW YORK, PRAGUE, SEOUL exhibition as well as a founder and director of Firefly Branding. The In English with Czech translation.
Don’t miss our art workshop prepared by Lucie Haškovcová from the City Gallery Prague and Lucie Finková from the Czech-Korean Society.