call for submissions
call to artists of Central and Eastern European backgrounds TWO DAYS LEFT
deadline for submissions: Friday, October 2
competition website: www.kadsny.com
The second annual Celebrating Print Competition with exhibition at our BBLA Gallery in December/January is open to submissions of fine art prints by artists of Central and Eastern European backgrounds. All fine art printmaking media, including intaglio, relief prints, lithography, silkscreen, monotype, and monoprint are eligible. For more information, contact the organizer KADS New York at: email@example.com.
Wednesday, October 7, 6:30 pm
free and open to the public
suggested donation $5
A talk by H.E. Edita Hrda, the Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the United Nations. Learn first-hand about challenges and accomplishments of the Czech United Mission team. A well-respected diplomat, Edita Hrda represented the Czech Republic for the last four years. She participated in talks including sustainable development, poverty, immigration, the peace and security issues, terrorism and ISIS.
Thursday, October 15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
art exhibition opening
exhibition on view: October 13 – 30
Opening reception for the exhibition New York, Silent Loneliness in the Middle of Chaos, featuring photographs by Slovak artist Martin Kallay. Pierluigi Solieri, curator of this exhibition, on Martin Kallay’s work: New York – an iconic metropolis of modernity, a stratigraphy of times – past, present and future – all blended in a disorderly and casual manner, a melting pot of forms and structures, fascinating and unique.
Sunday, October 18, 3:00 pm
inaugural lecture/recital program
General admission to be paid at door: $20
Seniors, students, Czech Center Club Members: $10
Annual Lecture/Recital Program featuring Antonin Dvorak scholar David Beveridge and a vocal music performance. Dr. Beveridge has chosen one of his most striking discoveries during his decades of research in all aspects of Dvorak’s life and work, namely the amazing quantity and stunning beauty of his vocal music–operas, choral works, duets, and songs–and the peculiar circumstances that have caused music historians to underrate most of this music and performers to neglect it.
Friday, October 30, 7:00 – 11:00 pm
Advanced tickets online until October 28: $25 Tickets at door: $35
Guests wearing costumes: $5 off at door
Ghouls and goblins alike will agree, there’s no better way to celebrate Halloween than with a dance party! Guaranteed to have a frightfully fun time. Our bewitching dance instructor Blanka Stichova will also be hosting with a dance lesson, showing the tricks and treats of dancing the night away, followed by a scary good dance performance.