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Western SLOVAKIA

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Western SLOVAKIA

Bratislava
THEATRE AND MUSIC:

THE ART of Livin’ project returns to its very beginning with an evening combining theatre and music. First, young actors will perform improvised sets within the Tri tvorivé tvory, 3T, IMPROLIGA show (with J. Tabaček, L. Puchovský and S. Staško); then The Illusion Trio (A. Karlík, M. Fedor and J. Cingeľ) will play their characteristic mix of jazz-rock and nujazz. At the Klub za Zrkadlom, Rovniankova 3, Bratislava, on January 20 at 20:00. Tickets (www.ticketportal.sk, www.kzp.sk) cost €4 in advance and €6 at the door.

Bratislava


TRAVELLERS’ CINEMA: Ces- tovateľské kino horáreň / The Travellers’ Cinema Game- keeper’s Lodge – Held in the Forest School building, a series of films introduce exotic countries. This documentary is by Jakub Jajcay, and entitled Sýria, zabudnutý klenot Blízkeho východu / Syria, the Forgotten Gem of the Middle East.


Starts: January 23, 19:00; Horáreň / Gamekeeper’s Lodge in Horský park. Admission: €1. Tel: 0903/455-103; www. horaren.sk, www.cestoklub. sk.



Bratislava


CLASSICAL MUSIC: Gala mladých umelcov u Zichyho / Gala of Young Artists at Zichy – A concert by students of the Department of Singing of the Academy of Performing Arts.


Starts: January 18, 18:00; Musical Salon of the MKC Zi-chyho Palace, Ventúrska 9. Admission: €1-€2. Tel: 02/5920 -1603, www.staremesto.sk.



Bratislava


EXHIBITION: She has the Sense of Limited Time – This joint exhibition by Cyril Blažo, David Ray Conroy and Martin Vongrej is introduced by Petra Feriancová, who is also exhibiting. The presentation of individual exhibitions comprises several counterpoints and several connecting points.


Open: Wed-Fri 13:00-18:00 until February 5; amt_project, Baštová 1. Admission: free. Tel: 02/5441-0998; www. amtproject.sk.



Bratislava


PHOTO EXHIBITION: Anna Fabricius - Jazdci a jazdkyne / Cavalrymen and Equestriennes – This photo exhibition shows the diploma work of a young woman photographer from Budapest; focusing on horses as seen through the eyes of their masters.


Open: Wed-Mon 10:00- 17:00 until January 31; Múzeum kultúry Maďarov na Slovensku Museum of Hungarian Culture in Slovakia, Žižkova 18. Admission: €5-€10 (includes entry to 7 museums). Tel: 02/5441-2021; www. snm.sk.

Nitra


EXHIBITION: Inter-View – The Harmonia Seraphica civic association presents a summarising exhibition of contemporary Slovak and Czech female artists focusing on the leitmotif of body, corporeality, relations and family.


Open: Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00 until February 20; Nitrianska galéria, Župné námestie 3. Ad-mission: €0.50-€0.70. Tel: 037/ 6579-641; www.nitrianska- galeria.sk.



Central SLOVAKIA

Zvolen
EXHIBITION:

THE FORESTRY and Timber Museum in Zvolen has organised, in cooperation with Prague’s Náprstkovo Museum, the exhibition Poslovia mágie - Africké bábky a masky / Heralds of Magic - African Figurines and Masks. It presents a collection of examples of sub-Saharan traditional culture and lifestyle; mainly from wood but with the addition of other locally-sourced materials. It can be seen until the end of January at the Lesnícke a Drevárske Múzeum, SNP Square 23, Mon to Fri 9:00-17:00. For more info, please visit www.ldmzvolen.sk.

Brezno


LIVE MUSIC: Richard Scheufler Solo Project – A concert by the bass-guitar soloist and member of the legendary Pražský výběr II band combines pop, rock, modern jazz, and classical music.


Starts: January 22, 20:00; Bombura Klub, M.R. Štefánik Square 16. Tel: 0905/347-415; www. bombura.sk.



Žilina


EXHIBITION: Divočina zachráni svet / Wilderness Will Save the World – The Forest Protection Association VLK (Wolf) tells a story about forests through photographs and panels with texts.


Open: Mon-Fri 11:00- 18:00, Sat 9:00-13:00 until January 30; Krajská knižnica, Bernolákova 47. Admission: free. More info: www.zilinska -kniznica.sk, www.wolf.sk.



Eastern SLOVAKIA



Poprad


LIVE MUSIC: Andrej Šeban Live – This congenial guitar player and key personality of Slovak rock music, a multi-instrumentalist and musical visionary, gives a concert in Poprad.


Starts: Janua
ry 21, 19:00; Theatre Hall of House of Culture, Štefánikova 99/72. Admission: €5 (in advance), €7 (on the door). Tel: 052/ 7722-255; www.poprad.sk/dom -kultury.



Košice


EXHIBITION: Zbigniew Nišponský - Gut: Inšpirácie z jaskýň / Inspirations from Caves – This exhibition brings ceramic and bronze plastic art made by a speleologist who has been inspired by the nature and atmosphere of caves.


Open: Tue-Sat 10:00-18:00, Sun 13:00-17:00 until January 30; Múzeum Vojtecha Loef-flera, Alžbetina 20. Admission: €0.33-€0.66. Tel: 055/ 6223-073; www.cassovia.sk/ vlmuzeum.



Veľký Šariš


EXHIBITION: Magický svet cirkusu / The Magic World of Circus – This exhibition was re-installed thanks to cooperation with the Bibiana House of Art Children and aims to introduce the world of the circus to all those who are fascinated by it.


Open: Tue, Thur 10:00- 12:00, 14:00-16:00, Sun 15:00- 18:00 until January 31; Mest-ské Múzeum a Galéria, Sv. Ja-kub Square 33. Admission: €50-€1. Tel: 051/7762-300; www. muzeum.sk.


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