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„European Angst“- E-book presentation and debate

Czech Centre Brussels invites you to launching of the e-book “European Angst”. The event, organized as a follow-up on a two-day conference held last December, will also include a debate on populism, extremism and euroscepticism in contemporary European societies. The launch and debate will take place on 5th September from 6:30PM in Parlamentarium in Brussels. Entry free, registration needed (see below).


Different Wars Exhibition

The European Committee of the Regions will feature the exhibition which reveals the variations in the narration and perception of the history of the Second World War in modern high school textbooks in various European countries. Have you ever wondered how the glorious battles are narrated in Lithuanian or Italian textbooks? Come and compare for yourself at the opening on 6th September at 6PM (entry free, registration required, see below).


Hulencourt Art Project: Ingrid Sotolářová

On 9th Septembre, Hulencourt (Vieux-Genappe) will feature another of its famous concerts. The program of the soirée that will feature Czech musician Ingrid Sotolářová, Greek flutist Sofia Mavrogenidou and French violinist Augustin Dumay includes Mozart, Dvorak, Rachmaninov ou Franck. The experience is unique due to the location of the concert – Golf Club of Hulencourt.

20-sep.-2017    |    7-okt.-2017

Europeana by Patrik Ouředník: the Theatre des Martyrs

“Europeana: A Brief History of the Twentieth Century” is Patrik Ouředník's novel which represents the twentieth century in all its contradictions and grand illusions, demonstrating that nothing substantial has changed between 1900 and 1999 - humanity is still hopeful for the future and still mired in age-old conflicts. In 2015 Virginie Thirion successfully introduced the theatre adaptation of Europeana and now brings it to yet another theatre in the Belgian capital - Theatre des Martyrs.

11-jul.-2017    |    6-okt.-2017

Exhibition of student’s works in front of Pilsen House in Brussels

During the summer months, students of the Ladislav Sutnar’s Faculty of Design and Art will introduce their works to Brussels and construct an ambitious site-specific sculpture at the square Jamblinne de Meux in front of the Pilsen House. Students of sculpture of the prof. Jiří Beránek will build on this occasion a site-specific installation, which will be revealed on 11th July. The sculpture will be accompanied with the exhibition of a project “Abandoned churches”, which origins also at the Faculty of Design and Art in Pilsen.







30. 06. 2017

Science café with Jan Konvalinka

Science Café with Mr. Jan Kovalinka. The launch took place on 28th June 2017 in Pilsen House in Brussels.

30. 06. 2017

Czech Street Party 2017

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