A Heart for Vaclav Havel 28/04/16
Sculpture by Lukáš Gavlovský and Roman Švejda "Heart for Václav Havel" will be officially presented on May 2nd, 6 pm at Columbia College in Chicago. The screening of the documentary film Life according to Václav Havel by Andrea Sedláčková will be a part of the evening. For more see invite.
Václav Havel: Politics and Conscience 21/04/16
Yesterday evening the exhibition Václav Havel: Politics and Conscience, prepared in connection with what would have been his 80th birthday, was ceremonially launched at the Czech Centre on Prague’s Rytířská St. The exhibition runs until 7 May 2016 and you are cordially invited!
Michael Žantovský at GLOBSEC 2016 18/04/16
Michael Žantovský: Once upon a time in the West Thank you for this honor, it means a lot to me, even more for the fact, that I share it tonight with a great friend to our two and to me personally, a great American patriot and one of my heroes, Madeleine Albright. More
A new edict has come into force: Prague has become a city where musicians are unwelcome in the public space. What are things like in other European metropolises? What unwritten rules govern busking? What is the value of street performers? What problems accompany busking? And how is a long-term tendency toward control reflected in the language of Prague edicts? Journalists, artists and street musicians who have long taken an interest in the subject of busking participated in a discussion prepared and moderated by Pavel Klusák. More
Founded in 1985, Revolver Revue was one of the most important samizdat magazines and enjoyed the support and exclusive cooperation of Václav Havel. More