folklore

Folklore is the body of expressive culture shared by a particular group of people; it encompasses the traditions common to that culture, subculture or group.

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Folklore graffiti ZSE

Energetic Folklore graffiti by TRAKT took place on 24th and 31st March 2017 in front of STEJDŽ (alternative club in Trenčín). The exterior of STEJDŽ provided the ideal backdrop for the realization of folk visual imagery that the viewers created throughout the evening with the use of an interactive spray on the historical facade of the ZUŠ - Elementary School of Art Trenčín. This unique unusual experience revives the stereotype of the Friday evening.

Embroidered tower

Those who did not miss a unique Christmas atmosphere under Trencin Castle experienced at Christmas the fair with craft and art products, fragrant mulled wine, delicious punch, various Slovak specialties in doporovode gigs project Embroidered tower. It was an unusual large-screen digital projection made by TRAKT - Lukas Matejka to Trencin dominant of the tower. The project viewers can see live on December 17, 2016. More reveals the following video and photos.

359. Radvan market

359th Radvanský jarmok - Radvan market was in the year 2011 officially written down to the Representative list of immaterial culture heritage of Slovakia. Radvanský jarmok took place in 2016 in Banská Bystrica. Unique Slovakia culture heritage was the main theme of “jarmok”. The biggest regional event offered home-made food, crafts and culture program from 330 Slovakia and 31 international participants.

23. International Dubnica Folklore Festival

International Dubnica Folklore Festival (DFF) was founded on 1994 by a group of young people interested in folklore and former members of the FS Vršatec. Their goal was to fulfill the long-time dream od Dubnica folklorists to have a festival together with another folklorist from Slovakia and other countries.

Folklore graffiti

TRAKT LAB project “Folklore Graffiti” is taking tradition symbols and themes and apply them into a digital art. Part of the project was a projection of “Folklore Graffiti” on the Trenčín Synagogue, which attracts a lot of attention. Graffiti was conceived into public space primarily for the youths of Trenčín city and then for the general public on 20th and 21st of August.

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