Where have all the flowers gone? Exhibition

New LibeŇą synagogue Ludmilina 601/4, LibeŇą, Czech Republic

'Where have all the flowers gone' will explore recovery and revival following a period of decline and hardship. The presented artworks make this natural and social cycle visible, as does the famous song ‚ÄėWhere Have All the Flowers Gone‚Äô, an international anthem for anti-war movements.

Anti-Corruption Measures to Accelerate the Progress of Sustainable Development Goals Conference

Institute of Czech Literature Na Florenci, 1420/3, Praha, Czech Republic

In alignment with International Anti-Corruption Day, and to advance progress of the Sustainable Development Goals, PCU‚Äôs School of Business have organised a special conference in Prague. Panelists are renowned professionals and academics from across Europe with the shared goal of combating corruption within businesses and governments. The conference will be held at the Institute of […]

Roots and Ruins Exhibition

Gallery Brambor√°na Historick√° ledovna, Stromovka, Praha 7-Bubeneńć, Czech Republic

Second year BA (Hons) Fine Art Experimental Media students invite you to their exhibition Roots and Ruins. The opening will take place on the 4th of April from 6 till 9pm at¬†Gallery Brambor√°na, where the group of seven will present individual works in a unique underground space in the middle of Prague's largest park, Stromovka. […]

By Nature – Workshop and Forest Walk

Masarykovo n√°draŇĺ√≠ Masarykovo n√°draŇĺ√≠, Prague, Czech Republic

Workshop recommended for School of Art & Design students and teachers. After a short train ride from Masarykovo n√°draŇĺ√≠, we will go for a walk to the region of Klanovice near Prague. We will be led by the environmental expert Ladislav Trylńć and multi-faceted educator Marie Havrankov√°. We will explore the specificities of the local […]