Visitors to the exhibition of Slovak baroque in Krakow, Poland, will not just be able to view famous works of art but will have a chance to study rare pieces hardly ever presented before.
One of the most original and influential composers of the 20th century, Béla Bartók, has significant connections with the Slovak capital.
It seems that Slovak (or Slovak coproduction) films are much in demand now: after it has been announced that the Czech-Slovak film Masaryk will be shown at Berlinale 2017, two more Slovak movies are slated for…
The new co-production film to be screened in Slovakia beginning in March has been selected for the Berlinale main programme – from among 6,000 other movies.
The big national cultural institutions operated by the Culture Ministry will be open to the public for free every first Sunday in the month.
Unlike the three days of Christmas, of which especially the first two are more low-key and family occasions, New Year’s Eve means going out, socialising and enjoying memorable parties.
The Christmas season is one of the highlights of the Slovak year and it offers many traditional, cultural, social, and trade events literally around the whole country.
Some personalities from the world of art and culture keep returning; this goes also for US director, video- and visual artist Robert Wilson who returns to Bratislava – after an exhibition, a lecture and a drama.
This year autumn is full of cultural and social events, including plenty of festivals especially in the month of November. One of them opens the door to a genre that is outside the limelight of mass mainstream…
It may be the fate of sculptors focusing on monumental works that their exhibitions are not too frequent – but in the case of renowned Slovak artist Jozef Jankovič, there may be more behind it.
The Slovak National Theatre (SND) has launched a tradition of offering some selected pieces with English subtitles, usually in January and February. This time round, the subtitles are connected with the Slovak…
Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between September 30 and October 9, including classical, jazz and modern music, operas, gastronomy event or exhibitions.
Slovak choreographers and performers of modern dance are known also abroad; they often work or live there, including in Belgium. However, the unique project SLOV:motion brings a special selection of their creation…
World-renowned photographer of Slovak origin, Yuri Dojc, exhibits his Last Folio project in Jerusalem.
The international festival of humour taking place in Kremnica by end of summer is unique in several ways.
It seems that in summer, everything aspires to leave the stifling air in the buildings – although air conditioning helps a lot – and spills out into the open air.
The event that started as a small academy for parents, tutors and donors after a summer camp for developing talents of marginalised Roma children has since grown into a separate one-day show called Gipsy Bashavel…