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Cvernovka's creative talents celebrate first open day at new premises

Bratislava's art and design ateliers from the old yarn-making factory open their doors on May Day.

New premises for Cvernovka(Source: SITA)

Bratislava's Cvernovka will open its doors on Monday, May 1, as has been the tradition for the past seven years. This time around, however, the event is also an opportunity to take a look at the new premises of this home for artists, architects and designers.

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But the Open Atelier Day is first and foremost about the presentation of artists from the community who have found their home at the new creative centre in a former school building on Bratislava's Račianska Street. It is an opportunity for the public to take a peek into the artists' work space that would otherwise be private.

Open: May 1, 10:00-22:00
Location: Račianska 78
How to get there: Bus 75 (get off at ZST Vinohrady) and special bus X3 that replaces the tram lines 1,3,5 (in case of reconstruction on that day, get off at Nam. Biely Kriz)

Main evening programme:

18:00 - 22:00 concerts: Elections in the Deaftown + Soté + Talent Transport + Chiki liki Tu-a

19:00 - 19:20 Site Specific Performance: FROOT

22:00 - 00:00 MtotheG + BJ Piggo

00:00 - 02:00 B-Complex + Inso

02:00 - 04:00 Bisley

21:30 - 03:00 The Blackwood incident + Styx + Acidmilk + Tasun

Full programme in Slovak can be found at: http://1maj.nadaciacvernovka.sk/

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Topic: Bratislava


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