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Brno House of Arts


House of Arts, Malinovského náměstí 2
Exhibition: Planet Eden. The World of Tomorrow in Communist Czechoslovakia 1948–1978
The vision of the future in the art and popular culture of post-war Czechoslovakia, which embraced the belief in the Communist utopia and unlimited progress in science and technology: in the 1950s and the first half of the 1960s popular-cosmonautic illustration presented a compact Communist-utopian ideology of a better, technologically sophisticated tomorrow. However, from the 1960s it started to be more and more visibly penetrated by pessimism and concern for a looming global apocalypse.

18.00–20.00 Video workshop for children. Bára Zelníčková, Lucie Sedláková and Tereza Rullerová. We will draw onto projected images, dance and take photographs, act in a shadow play and experiment with the Meotar projector.
18.00 Mysliveček 4D / The fourth dimension of posters by Boris Mysliveček. Art and theatre happening around the 4D posters by Boris Mysliveček directed by Eva Tálská in front of the House of Arts. A collage of art action, theatrical sketches, circus acts and excerpts from staged plays will unfold around 12 posters by Boris Mysliveček. The event opens the street exhibition Mysliveček 4D.
21.00–22.00 Magnificio giganticus / Seldon’s Plan Failure. Audiovisual performance. Music electro-pseudo-improvisation by Akkamiau and Fiju (Lenka Kočišová and Filip Nerad) and VJ scifimix by the visual duo Puk Puk (Petra Pohlová and Martin Šojdr)

House of the Lords of Kunštát, Dominikánská 9
Václav Boštík – Robert Hliněnský. Shared exhibition of two important artists whose painterly work originated outside the main development trends of Czech art in the second half of the 20th century. The exhibition relates the work of both artists from the second half of the 1960s. Without resorting to merely external correspondence and similarity it sets out to highlight the relation in their artistic approach and ideas connecting their work.
Next Wave. The youngest generation of artists from the Ostrava region connected with the Faculty of Arts of the Ostrava University. Pavel Dvořák, Milan Hajdík, Juraj Jakubčiak, Pavla Malinová, Josef Mladějovský, Tomáš Motal, Kamila Rýparová, Barbora Tichá, Jan Vytiska.
The Book Phenomenon. Works by university students of pedagogical and art education schools. The exhibition offers a multi-faceted look at the making of a book from traditional book-binding to unusual and original book design. The book theme allows for creative crossovers and, alongside typography, illustration and book objects, it often leads to exaggeration and humour.
KREATURNO V–3 (Trojka coffee house). Project of Tomáš Bartoš: portrait photographs capturing creative people with bonds to Brno.
Artmarket. The traditional, although rare Artmarket in the courtyard, enlivened by music and theatre performances in the early evening. A short stop in the museum night rush. Young artists offer original presents, unconventional handwork, and an informal presentation of their non-commissioned works. (www.trojka.cz)
Animation in exhibitions in the House of the Lords of Kunštát led by students of Art Education of the Pedagogical Faculty of Masaryk University