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After the PQ: PQ + and Intersection upcoming events!

29.06.2011, 29:6
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The Intersection project is travelling to Portugal, Italy, Germany, Serbia, Latvia, Slovakia, Finland, Norway and Hungary, from July 2011 - check the calendar and plan a trip to see again your favourites Boxes...

As well as the Intersection project, which will tour several European countries, some projects of the accompanying program PQ+ will continue to fall in the Czech Republic.

PQ+ accompanying program was focused on the theatrical performances and exhibitions of stage design and visual art produced in the Czech cultural environment and included 59 organizations and more than 70 events. In the coming months you will still be able to see long term exhibitions dedicated to set design and visual art.

Polish Institute in Prague offers student work in the exhibition Images of Space. Prof. Andrzej Markiewicz´s Studio of Scenography, until September 15.

In the Cafe Gallery Black Swan is an exhibition of leading Czech stage designer Jaroslav Malina. Scenographer and Painter Jaroslav Malina, to September the 2nd.

Romanian Cultural Institute offers an exhibition of the forgotten scenographer George Baron Löwendal, until July, 28.

Slovak Institute in Prague recalls the work of three costume designers. Three Ladies of the Slovak Theatre Costume, until July 12.

Brno House of Arts opened the third year of the biennial in the streets of the city. Brno Art Open: Sculptures in the Streets III, until August 28 and the exhibition of Czech and German artists. Raum:selbst (space:self), until August 14.

The exhibition in Prague's gallery Futura takes the theme of life in a totalitarian society. Loophole to Happiness, until August 7.

Tranzitdisplay represents the work of Lebanese artist Rabih Mroué, until July 31.

Centre for Contemporary Art Dox immerses you into the world of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Art, until September 12.

Museum Montanelli and Foundation DrAk has prepared an exhibition of Czech art brut titled Anatomia Methamorphosis, until October.

State Castle Lysice shows the historical puppets from the collection of Marie and Pavel Jirasek. The Puppets on the Castle, until October.

See the complete program here.