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New film recreates encounter between Masaryk and Karel Čapek

Little over a week before the centenary of the establishment of Czechoslovakia, a freshly released film brings the state’s founder to the big screen. Talks with T.G. Masaryk reconstructs a single conversation between the “father of the nation” and writer Karel Čapek, another symbol of the First Republic era.

 
 
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MeetFactory’s ‘Slav Squatting’ Makes…

In one form or another, the stereotype of the “squatting Slav” has likely made its way to your social media feed over…

 
 
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Terry Riley’s ‘In C’ to open Strings of…

The annual international music festival Strings of Autumn kicks off on Tuesday with a concert at Prague’s Vítkov…

 
 
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Tiger Lillies capture two ‘Bohemian…

Self-described “Brechtian punk cabaret” trio Tiger Lillies recorded their upcoming album last week at Prague’s Archa…

 
 
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Czech-American writer Mark Slouka, on…

Novelist and essayist Mark Slouka, a guest author at the ongoing Prague Writers’ Festival, was born in New York to…

 
 
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Epic silent-film era biopic “Saint…

Ahead of the Day of Czech Statehood on September 28th, special screenings of the silent film “Svatý Václav” (Saint…

 
 
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Albright to unveil bust during NY…

Rehearsal for Truth is a weeklong theatre festival dedicated to Václav Havel that gets underway in New York on Tuesday.…

 
 
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Sculptor discovers monument by National…

A sculptor tasked with reconstructing the communist era pylon in front of the National Museum’s New Building has…

 
 
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In National Gallery, young fashion…

Fashion initiative We’re Next held their third annual event in Prague on Thursday evening, featuring designs by…

 
 
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Prague exhibition highlights interwar…

Household items produced in Czechoslovakia in the 1920s and ‘30s by some of the country’s top designers and artists…

 
 
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Petr Hájek named Architect of the Year

The Architect of the Year award has been bestowed upon a renowned educator and architect, Petr Hájek, who the judges…

 
 
 
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