On 28th May 2019, a top climate event was held in the Austrian capital Vienna. It brought together various authorities promoting and implementing the UN's sustainable development goals.
The 20th Konvergencie festival of chamber music started in Bratislava on 11th September with a concert by the Brno Philharmonic featuring the Plastic People of the Universe band, so as to commemorate 3 ...
Potulná galéria can be translated into English as a wandering or travelling gallery. The project of curator Juraj Čarný focuses on development of critical thinking through bringing contemporary art to distant Slovak cities and villages where people have no chance to see art works in a gallery kind of institution.
September starts the new season for theatres in Slovakia. The 2019/2020 season is special as it marks 100 years since the establishment of the first professional drama house in our country.
Tomáš Straka spends his life in trains. Even on board, he keeps on reciting poetry. RSI met the devoted promoter of Slovak literature abroad at the festival Žižkovská noc in Prague in 2019.
Dalibor Jenis is a Slovak baritone with a successful career abroad. Ales Jenis is also a Slovak baritone who is successful abroad.
On 21st August, Slovaks commemorated 51 years since the invasion of what was then Czechoslovakia by Warsaw pact troops. Led by the Soviet Union, the armies of Bulgaria, East Germany, Hungary, Poland an ...
The central Slovak town of Kremnica is worth visiting not only because of the mint that has been producing articles since the 14th century, the well preserved mediaeval minting and mining city centre, or the beautiful nature all around it.
That was the question Slovak poet Maria Ferenčuhová posted at a reading of her poetry in Swedenborg hall in Bloomsbury in London in November 2018.
Can you imagine spending warm summer evenings without a good book? One of the bestselling books this summer in Slovakia is the Slovak translation of the novel the Glass Room by the British writer Simon ...