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New Jerusalem exhibition to spotlight Czech glass design

Cross the Line is the title of a new exhibition of Czech and Slovak contemporary glass design that runs from Sunday in the Czech House Jerusalem. The exhibition is a joint project organized in cooperation with the Czech Centre Tel Aviv and the Museum of Glass and Jewellery in Jablonec nad Nisou. I asked the head of Czech Centre in Tel-Aviv, Robert Mikoláš, to tell me more about the exhibition:

 
 
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The Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, one of the leading ensembles in the country, has embarked on their 12th tour of…

 
 
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Diamond Jubilee of eclectic "Smetana’s…

An annual international opera festival celebrating the works of Bedřich Smetana – perhaps the most famous Czech…

 
 
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Lou Reed, Havel, Půlnoc – and the first…

The first reunion of the classic lineup of The Velvet Underground took place in Paris in 1990, at a show also featuring…

 
 
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Brno festival marks centenary of modern…

For the third year now, the Moravian capital Brno is hosting an international event that brings together…

 
 
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Czech highlights at Karlovy Vary 2018…

The just-announced main competition at this year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival will feature two Czech…

 
 
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Multiple criminal complaints filed over…

A group of right-wing protestors who over the weekend disrupted a theatre performance of the controversial play by…

 
 
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More than 1,300 sites take part in 10th…

The 10th annual Church Night gets underway in the Czech Republic on Friday and it’s bigger than ever before. The event,…

 
 
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Philip Roth’s crusade to help…

Towering Jewish-American author Philip Roth has died at the age of 85. And while most of the tributes will rightly…

 
 
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Brno musicians turn hobby into multi…

Two Brno art students have done what many people dream about: turning their hobby in a business. In this case the two…

 
 
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National Gallery’s app reveals hidden…

The National Gallery in Prague has launched its first mobile application, called Hidden Secrets of Medieval Paintings…

 
 
 
 
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