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Slovan fights again in the world's second most prestigious hockey league. The 10th Kontinental Hockey League season will start on August 21st with a game between the latest Gagarin Cup champion SKA St. Petersburg and the regular season winner CSKA Moscow. The only Slovak KHL representative, HC Slovan Bratislava, should kick off its sixth season one day later.
The fine art of Miloš Alexander Bazovský (1899 – 1968) as one of the founders of modern Slovak painting has been introduced in many exhibitions and publications. However, Bazovský in the role of a photographer will have his first solo exhibition on the grounds of Slovak National Gallery. In the Gallery's Eszterhazy Palace in Bratislava until the 15th of April, with free entry as all 2018 Slovak National Gallery Bratislava exhibitions are once again without any admissions.
The latest exhibition in the ÚĽUV Gallery in Tatranská Lomnica presents ceramics produced by the Pečuk couple who have worked together for over three decades. Visitors can see a wide range of practical and decorative majolica items which bear the stamp of traditional production processes both in shape and decoration. The “Home - The Pečuk couple’s Majolica story” exhibition will be open to the public in Tatranská Lomnica from November 28th, 2017 to February 28th, 2018.
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.
The international exhibition in Ján Koniarek Gallery in Trnava presents the works of Slovak and Czech artists with different approaches to painting. They adopt different opinions, which is related to their different ages and nationalities. Their works depict the same or similar topics. The fundamental feature of this exhibition is an image and its development from classical to alternative or experimental approaches.
The World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) declared in 1987 the first World Tourist Guides Day. This year, you can enjoy this event on February 24th. This weekend, you can participate in guided tours for free in many towns in Slovakia.
In our thoughts and spirit, we may be in PyeongChang but in reality, we are at home. That is why we are supporting Slovak sportsmen together, as one big team and celebrating this occasional sports festival in the Olympic Park in Jasná.
The exhibition prepared by Students at the Department of Creative Arts and Art Education at the Faculty of Education of Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra and curator Martin Kratochvíl reflects upon various personal and social taboos. It will contemplate our fears and the resulting inability to approach various phenomena. These anxieties may include personal phobias, complexes and prejudices that form our way of thinking and behaving. The artworks will utilise spacial media such sculpture, object or installation and will respond to the Nitra Gallery Bunker's premises in Nitra.
The International Chamber Music Festival, which was established by a prominent Slovak violoncellist Jozef Lupták, is going to celebrate its 19th birthday this year and will be held in the capital of Slovakia in a unique Concert Hall of Slovak Radio building from February 18th to 25th, 2018.
Would you like to experience unforgettable Spring holidays? "Frissoning" Festival is the right choice. A small family winter festival, the name of which means „shivering“ in Slovak, will liven up the extraordinary historical centre of charming Banská Štiavnica during the ending winter from February 19th to 24th, 2018.