An exhibition by multimedia artist Daniel Pešta, whose work was featured in the 2013 Venice Biennale, will now be exhibited comprehensively for the first time in the Czech Republic. The project, which is dominated by two large-format pieces of video art, is about the phenomenon of the Romani issue and individuals' attitudes toward it.
The exhibition will take place from 19 July until 5 September 2014 in the town of Litomyšl.
As of April 2014, the advertising spaces in the West Bohemian town of Stříbro are presented with photographs by Lukáš Houdek from his 2011 "Theory of Adaptability" (Teorie přizpůsobivosti) cycle. In an extremely straightforward, witty way, the photographs spotlight the widespread use of the term "inadaptable", which is currently popular among the Czech media and politicians.
The Annual Forum is the main event of the year for the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, assembling its stakeholders from the whole Danube area to give strategic direction, exchange and showcase opinions and experiences, and discuss vital questions of the Strategy’s prospects and challenges.
The Forum We grow together - together we grow - Empowered for a prosperous and inclusive Danube Region” will be held in Vienna on 26-27 June 2014. The workshop "Stepping up Institutional Capacity for Roma Inclusion in the Danube Region" on 27 June at 11.00.
This year the biggest Romani festival in the Czech Republic will be hosted by the City of Plzeň from 26 – 28 June 2014. The Khamoro festival in Plzeň intends to provide space for Romani artists from around the Czech Republic to perform.The festival in Plzeň is being organized by the Slovo 21 civic association and Studio Production Saga in collaboration with ARA ART, o. s. and Ponton, o. s. of Plzeň.
To read more, please follow the link http://www.romea.cz/en/authors/frantisek-bikar-2