The man who was behind several of Slovak firsts – like the first art-rock band in then-communist Czechoslovakia, or the first original Slovak modern musical – died at the beginning of August. His friends and…
The 22nd edition of the Statue and Object festival presents sculptured artworks from Slovakia and other countries, not just in a dozen galleries but also in the garden of the presidential palace in the capital.
Among the winners of the 52nd year of the International Film Festival (IFF) Karlovy Vary, there is one Slovak; his film was even praised by the Variety and Hollywood Reporter.
The dance piece Finetuning, which combines traditional folk music and central-European dance has been invited back to the theatre festival in France.
The world-renowned personality of contemporary ballet will present two choreographies at the Slovak National Theatre in September.
The 25th year of the international film festival, Art Film Fest will take place, for the second time, in the eastern-Slovak city of Košice, again offering a host of movies, film-makers as guests, film theoreticians…
The multi-media installation of Jana Želibská, Swan Song Now (Labutia Pieseň Teraz) is part of the Czech and Slovak Pavilion at the 57th international Biennial of Visual Art in Venice.
The quality of work in the competition is improving each year, and those disqualified because of its lack are fewer and fewer.
The gloomy fates of World War II female soldiers, as captured by Svetlana Alexievich and staged by the Chamber Theatre Martin won the most prizes in the main competition.
The Slovak Theatre in London / Slovenské divadlo v Londýne has received an honourable mention at the recent competition for amateur, student theatres held by the Akademický Prešov.
Andrej Kiripolský was shortlisted among the best ten contestants of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards in February.
Among the several film festivals taking place in Slovakia, one combines the four countries of the Visegrad Group – Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. The sixth year of the Visegrad Film Forum, between…
Two Slovak films exploring different aspects of moral questions are to be viewed at the Cannes film festival.
The festival of contemporary dance has not just moved in time but also from the stage to the streets, encouraging public participation.
Slovak, Peter Čákovský, has received the title FEP (Federation of European Photographers) European Professional Photographer of The Year, 2017.
There are many ways to celebrate an anniversary, with a quarter of a century being one of the milestones.
At the Lumiére cinema in the capital, Slovak movies will be screened with English subtitles; while elsewhere, it will depend on the choice of individual cinemas.