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25 Apr 2019    |    30 Jun 2019

Blue Innovations: Contemporary Czech Indigo Prints

The Blue Innovations exhibition, part of London Craft Week, showcases the work of contemporary Czech designers who create exceptional, high quality hand-made items using traditional indigo printing techniques for decorating fabrics. It will also introduce these techniques, which have been integral to Czech culture for centuries and are now on UNESCO‘s lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

21 Jun 2019    |    25 Jun 2019

Off Sides at Edinburgh International Film Festival

Can a pig look at the sky? In the summer of 2017, young ice hockey players from East Bohemia set off on a long-distance trip to Morocco to participate in what was surely the most entertaining training camp they had ever experienced. A few months later, their visit was reciprocated by ice hockey players from Morocco. This exchange trip fostered a lively dialogue between two different cultures, spiced up by many little surprises and doses of liberating humour.

6 Jun 2019

Eva Jiřičná: Boundaries without Boundaries

A masterclass with Eva Jiřičná, a world-renowned architect whose far-reaching work transcends physical as well as symbolic boundaries, who will talk about her work, inspiration and the role of intuition in her creative process.

31 Jul 2019

Prague Guitar Quartet at Dillington House

Prague Guitar Quartet will play works by Rodrigo de Falla, Zdenek Lukas and John Duarte at the beautiful Dillington House in Somerset as part of the Twenty Fifth Dillington Guitar Festival.

14 Sep 2019    |    22 Sep 2019

Rony Plesl: Sacred Geometry

Internationally acclaimed Czech designer Rony Plesl creates a unique glass installation inspired by the idea of Sacred Geometry, a universal language organizing all visible and invisible reality according to basic geometrical principles. The three identical hexagonal glass tree trunks are an artistic expression of this system. Contrasting to their pure minimalist structure is a glowing forest made of uranium glass that emanates a sublime green fluorescent light, reminding us at the same time of branches and flames. In this way, the installation as a whole pays tribute to the key components of glass making – fire and wood.

3 Aug 2019    |    25 Aug 2019

Spitfire Company: Miss Amerika

Last seen at Summerhall during Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 with Antiwords, Total Theatre Award and Herald Angel winning Spitfire Company return with their new show.


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