It’s valentines week-end but there is plenty more to do for those who are not feeling very romantic or for those who don’t want to end the night just yet. From wild parties to meeting dinosaurs there is something for everybody. In this article a non exhaustive list of things we thought interesting this week-end.
1) Indie Short Film Night
Copenhagen Underground & Paralelni Polis presents a showcase of the best DIY/truly independent films from around the world with all of the proceeds from the screening going to support an amazing cause. The films come from the “Best of Fest” program from the 2019 Copenhagen Underground Film Festival and features short fiction, documentary and experimental films from around the world that were made with under 1,000 Euros.
The exhibition will guide you through the history of manned spaceflight from its beginnings to current and planned missions. This spectacular exhibition was created in cooperation with NASA, The Cosmosphere Museum and Educational Center and Czech experts. The exhibition contains hundreds of original exhibits from the USA and Russia that were in space, a unique collection of spacesuits and real models of spaceships, shuttles and rockets.
The exhibition of the newest selected works by Šimon Sýkora is freely linked to his Diploma thesis from 2019. It introduces chapters from recent paintings influenced by various places – the author’s stay in Taiwan, for instance. Šimon also develops psychological aspects of the works by presented set of videos that has been made based on the need for a satire of social attitudes and the search for new ways out. The author in the videos also turns back to his former multimedia studies.
Valentine’s night of fulfilled wishes in Pilot Cinema. The premiere of the romantic sad-meat comedy “Dogs don’t wear pants” with the participation of the creators followed by an after party. The film will be screened in both halls at 20:00 and 20:30. At the party you can try out spanking, tying and other practices presented by Hell Events professionals. Themed drinks will also get you in the mood. Valentine’s Day you haven’t seen before. It will literally cut!
The best Friday night in Prague is back again with a killer lineup! We are still free entry, still have drink specials all night, the best staff in Prague and a fun and friendly atmosphere before, during and after the show!
We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition David Shrigley | Fond Memories of Giant Bug, which will take place on Tuesday, February 11, from 6 PM.
David Shrigley (born 1968, lives and works in Brighton), a prominent figure in the contemporary British art scene, presents his first solo exhibition in the Czech Republic at the Jiri Svestka Gallery. Shrigley is best known for his drawings that combine dark sarcasm and anxiety from contemporary society with modest sincerity and absurd humor. The Jiri Svestka Gallery exhibition will present a collection of 60 drawings that have not yet been exhibited and are loosely inspired by literary paintings by Franz Kafka.
Kornél Kovács (Studio Barnhus) | We definitely wanted to hear Kornel Kovacs taking over swim when we were opening it last year. Unfortunately technical difficulties prevented that. But this year we’re setting everything right.
After a whole year of sonic mayhem on the radio waves, the MIXTALES series is hosting yet another club night. This time inviting three very dear guests and MIXTALES podcasts alumni to share the decks of Wildt until the hazy winter sun comes up.
‘I play whatever the fuck I want’ – says Cera Khin, one of the most piercing diamonds of the rising generation of anything-goes selectors with an ear for lost hardcore rave gems, speedy acid and contemporary updates of EBM with winks at trance and other ecstatic forms of techno.
Imprint of past times and breath of things to come. A mournfully merry masquerade parade comes to see her Queen-bride. She carries stories and voices in the landscape and mirrors in her ribbons and mirrors.
Throughout the event, there will be 50 stalls with carnival refreshments on Karlínské náměstí, which will be provided by the new operator of the Karlín Market.
Interactive tour and dinosaur workshop, for the seventh time this year With a real, almost 2 foot foot dinosaur.
Czech Cabaret Show is a spectacular art show that offers the world’s most famous musical and cabaret numbers in an unconventional style. For the first time in the Czech Republic, all theatrical forms, which are inspired by film processing and based on the traditions of the classical circus, will be interconnected.
Painter Monika Lochová (* 1996 in Prague) has stayed in Taiwan, Azerbaijan, Jordan and Romania. She transformed her experiences into a sensual experience, from which a kind of world map, her own speech and her own typography are based. The main theme of the exhibition is the landscape, which turns into a mental space. The characteristic of the installation is the interconnection of various materials such as Japanese papers, sprays, aluminum foils, or the panel concept of the Asian culture inspired format.