You can choose from historical, folklore, craft, art, technical and, of course, sports, music, fashion, film and theatre events. If that is not enough, there are gastronomical festivals, humour, and satire.
The exhibition Between Idyll and Drama in the Schaubmar Mill in Pezinok uncovers the connections between naïve and professional art and, at the same time, presents the less well-known works in the Collection of Naïve Art at Slovak National Gallery to the public.
2018 in Slovakia means commemorations and celebrations of various anniversaries related to creation of independent Slovak Republic as a democratic state. In last 100 years, the country has undergone a numerous changes, eras and regimes to stand nowadays self-confident enough to tell about its successful story to the whole world.
An unique opportunity to get familiar with Prešov indepth, these guided tour lure to reveal the hidden treasures of Prešov Region capital. You can uncover the history and significance of Prešov every other weekend both, on Saturdays and Sundays of each month. Are you ready now to "Discover Prešov"?
The exhibition on the grounds of Slovak National Gallery in the Gallery's Eszterhazy Palace in Bratislava remembers the work of Friedrich Weinwurm (1885 – 1942), the most significant representative of architectural avantgarde in Slovakia. Again with free entry as all 2018 Slovak National Gallery Bratislava venues' exhibitions continue to be without any admissions.
An interest in traditional folk crafts still persists even among children. The Centre for Folk Art Production aka ÚĽUV sets out to prove this with its Bratislava exhibition "Craft Landscape". The exhibition presents the work of talented children aged 8 to 15 who took part in the eponymous nationwide competition of the same title.
The itinerant photography exhibition of T. G. Masaryk will be hosted by the Slovak National Museum in Martin. Symbolically in the Museum of Czech Culture in Slovakia located in the house of manageress of the personal archive of the first president of the common state of the Czechs and the Slovaks Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk in Martin.
At sunset when the cable car transports the last resort clients down the hill, Mt. Lomnický štít offers a unique atmosphere which is meant only for the “chosen ones”. Just to hear is not enough. The night on top of Mt. Lomnický štít is an adventure that you need to experience. At least once in your lifetime.
To hear the beautiful sound of the cello. On black and white keyboards there are running magical fingers. High tones of the basset horns and beautiful song of the violin announce you that spring is in full swing. And if you like classical music don't miss Trenčín Musical Spring.
The Centre for Folk Art Production widely known as ÚĽUV comes with an exhibition entitled “A Yarn of Wool”. Visitors in Košice's ÚĽUV Gallery can see wool in its main role as a unique material for practical and aesthetic use. Through interior accessories and clothing items, the exhibition reveals different wool processing techniques such as shaggy wool cloth-making, wool cloth-making, weaving, embroidery, the cuff decoration technique and felting.
HateFree? in Nitra's Nitra Gallery is an international exhibition whose main theme is the Roma minority. The exhibition is based on the belief that the unpleasant position of the Roma people within our society is a result of the systematic failure of mechanisms that are supposed guarantee dignified living conditions for all people regardless of their colour of skin or ethnicity.
Košice Music Spring Festival is an annual classical music festival held in Košice, Slovakia's metropolis of the East. Founded in 1956, the festival is one of the oldest music festivals in Slovakia and is considered to be the highlight of Košice's concert season.