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September 2020

Learn Czech Online

September 14, 2020 - December 10, 2021

Continue your studies and learn Czech during the spring term from the safety of your home in a virtual classroom as part of a group. Our tutors will bring classes to you via  interactive online platforms (Skype, Zoom) making sure that you practice your speaking, reading, listening and writing skills in a supportive environment and in the company of your friends and colleagues, turning it into a new and fascinating experience. You just need: *   Mac, iPad, tablet, PC or laptop with a microphone and…

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February 2021

Dušan Hanák: Both Acclaimed & Censured

February 1 - February 28

The DAFilms streaming portal is paying tribute to Dušan Hanák, one of the most important Czechoslovak New Wave directors, by presenting thirteen digitally restored films in what is the first online retrospective focused on his work. Hanák’s creative start dates to the 1960s, when the Czechoslovak New Wave began to attract interest with the films of Miloš Forman, Věra Chytilová, and Jiří Menzel at the head of the list. He made his first feature-length film – 322 – in 1969, one year…

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Global Science Café Czech Centres: Vividbooks

February 25 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Maintaining kids’ attention during a physics class doesn’t have to be rocket science. Meet Vividbooks, the interactive textbooks with augmented reality! Vividbooks combine high quality educational content with contemporary design and state-of-the-art technology. Yet another mundane science image can be magically brought to life through augmented reality and that’s when a child becomes eager to learn more! Interactive lessons support students in active learning and encourage them to think about the world around them. Together with the teacher, Vividbooks help…

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AI: When a robot writes a play

February 26 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The Czech Centre London has partnered with Prague’s Švanda Theatre and to present to the UK public an innovate project entitled ‘AI: When a robot writes a play’ created by a team of computer scientists and drama experts led by a computational linguist. The play, telling a story of joy and sorrow of everyday life from a robot’s point of view, is composed of dialogues generated by artificial intelligence to celebrate 100th anniversary of the premiere of Czech playwright…

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