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Dutch Embassy
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American Chamber of Commerce

Dutch Embassy

The grand opening of Danubiana, a modern art museum, was to take place south of Bratislava on the Danube River on September 9. This newly established art museum presently hosts an exhibition of Dutch painters with works from 1950 till 2000. Danubiana, at the Meulensteen art museum, lies south of the Bratislava city centre in the Čunovo area. To get there, drive across Nový most (New Bridge) and south through Petržalka until you arrive in Čunovo. From there, follow the signs to the Gabčíkovo Dam. If you are travelling by bus, take the 91 line from under Nový most to Čunovo, where the dam is a short walk away.

French Institute

The French Institute in Bratislava invites you to compare works of French and Slovak glass artists at the Transparence (Transparency) exhibition at Palffy Palace, Panská 19. The exhibition runs till October 29.
The French Institute is also hosting 'A selection of artists' work of the Slovak Caricaturist's Union,' an exhibition of newspaper artists' cartoons and humourous pieces. The exhibit, which ran in St. Just-le-Martel, France under the name 'Porcelain's pencil,' is being held at at the French Institute Gallery, Sedlárska 7 (just off Hlavné námestie) and runs till mid-September. Tel: 5934 7777.

American Chamber of Commerce

The AmCham invites you to its 'September Business After Hours' at 18:00 on September 13 at the Hotel Danube (in the Atrium, 1st floor). On Thursday, September 14, the AmCham also invites you to take part in the "AmCham's business tour of Emerson Electric's facility VUMA." Tickets cost 100 Sk for AmCham members and 200 Sk for non-members, and are available at the AmCham office at Rybné námestie 1 as of September 11. Tel: 5934 0508.

Community Calendar inquiries can be directed to Zuzana Habšudová. Tel: 5923 3304. E-mail: slspect@internet.sk

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