Gelnica Illumination is a multi-genre festival combining digital art, lighting installations, photography, literature and music, which took place for the first time on September 9, 2017 in Gelnica. Overall, the festival offered 10 projects from young Slovak artists, including members of TRAKT Pavol Soukal and Filip Kmeť. The Black Holes exhibition brought visitors to the underground of Miner Museum. People were given helmets and mining lights and could see photos of the forgotten cultural and industrial monuments of Spiš and Gemer.
Park camp is a project taking place in Trebišov’s park from 18th to 23rd of July 2016 organised by members of „OZ KONTEXT“ Peter Valiska -Timečko and Branislav Zurko. The role of the lecturers was taken by Lukáš Matejka and Štefan Oliš from „TRAKT“ and their external colleague Ján Ančic took. The target group of Park camp 3 were students of art universities. The project was focused on video and sound art. The aim was a creation of pieces of art responding to the park ambiance - site-specific art.
The exhibition project called Seven Touches offers confronting works of young artists whose common denominator is to draw attention to the human senses - their imperfection, frailty, and an attempt to verify their ability to reliably transmit information. The wide range of media (text from conceptual tuned installation audio and video installation) so communication takes place in the underground area, so in comparison to impersonal gallery framework provides a platform cramped and uncertainty stronger tone of the works.
Young art show is an exhibition of 68 young artists from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Russia, France, Spain, Scotland, Morocco, India, Central African Republic and Mexico. The grand opening of the exhibition took place on Friday 2 10 2015 at 19:00 in the Great Hall of the House of Arts Piestany. The event was moderated by Diana Hager and organizer Martin Ševčovič. At a fashion show during the opening showcase their collection of fashion designers Andrea Pojezdalová, Veronika Kostková, Pršová Petra, Petra Kovácsová, Boris Kráľ and Calina Negrut.
In the exhibition spaces barracks in the area of Trencin Castle met non-professional artists on the occasion of the nationwide assessment of preliminary contests Art Spectrum 2015 announces a special guarantee whole event was National Cultural Centre with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic. Into fine range of 2015 a total of 382 enrolled impressive art works from 206 non-professional artists from all over Slovakia. The opening exhibition jury has recommended to 111 of them, from 84 authors.
Life is not a zebra is a new project being prepared by the Faculty of Social and Economic Relations at the Alexander Dubcek University in Trencin. Its concept is focused on preparation, promotion and implementation of a two-week exhibition of non-profit organizations around the Trenčín Region. The project is associated not only with the exhibition itself, but mainly with a variety of workshops and side events for both lay and for professionals.
Opening of exhibition Young art show was held on Friday 3. 10. 2014 at 19:00 in the Great Hall of the House of Arts in Pieštany.Diana Hágerová and Martin Ševčovič moderated event. Designers Veronika Kostková, Petra Pršová, Libor Komosný, Terézia Feňovčíková, Lucia Sládečková participated at a fashion show with absolvents of a fashion design in School of Arts in Trenčín. Fashion show was accompained by rapper VLADIS and live projection created by Lukáš Matejka (TRAKT). Visitors could taste food made by students of Louis Winter Hotel Academy in Piešťany.
The ceremonial vernissage of the exhibition will take place on Friday, 4th October 2013 at 7 p.m. in the Hall of theatre - House of Arts Piešťany. During the fashion show (which will be a part of the vernissage) the fashion designers Andrejka Pojezdálová, Renáta Barancová, Veronika Kostková, Petra Pršová and fashion design graduates of the Arts High school in Trenčín will present their collections. The fashion show will be accompanied by the performance of the rapper VLADIS. Diana Hagerová will host the opening ceremony.
There is a process that leads to the origin of an artwork. Mostly it is called the process of creation. It is the activity performed by an artist and it leads to the goal, an artwork. The process of creation is inherently comprised in any artwork, the exhibition In Process, however, attempts to distinguish the creation and its result. Many artists often recollect that the road to the goal and the origin of their artwork are more important than the artwork itself. The exhibition In Process is guided by this idea.