The Bratislava City Gallery introduces its accompanying programme to the exhibition ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928’
4. 09. 2019
For the first time the exhibition project ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’ presents the Central European avant-garde art comprehensively namely through the most significant tendencies and the most distinctive artists. An important part of it also creates various accompanying programmes prepared by the educational department of the Bratislava City Gallery.
Cooperation across four schools
26. 08. 2019
The new school year is slowly approaching and with it the second part of the international educational programme starts too. Again it will connect twenty high school students from four countries by means of common creative activities. Meet our partner schools from Olomouc, Cracow, Bratislava and Pécs.
The VARY(ACE) films were presented during Czech film festivals
20. 08. 2019
Such an extraordinary project as Years of Disarray deserves an extraordinary accompanying programme. A part of this programme in Olomouc Museum of Art was the film show VARY(ACE) connecting the exhibition with top Czech filmmakers and film amateurs.
Students have the floor
31. 07. 2019
The international educational project ArtCoMe is based on the close cooperation of four museum education departments with individually chosen teachers and high school students. The first year of its realisation gave all participants valuable experience, new friendships and most of all a creative atmosphere of common meetings.
Pocket guidebook to the Central European avant-garde
25. 07. 2019
In scope of the international exhibition project ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’ a series of four publications – exhibition guidebooks is created in cooperation with publisher house ‘Arbor vitae societas’.
Years of Disarray for the third time but again differently
10. 07. 2019
On June 28, 2019 the Bratislava City Gallery has launched the third rerun of the exhibition ’Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Cetral Europe’. Once again the gallery presents to its visitors a transformation process of fine arts or visual art to be more precise in the given period in the Central Europe. Although the topic of the exhibition does not change, the appearance of the exhibition is always adjusted to the environment in which it is presented at the moment. The installation of each exhibition rerun is altered to stress specifics of artistic situation it is capturing.
The Years of Disarray exhibition is heading to Bratislava
14. 06. 2019
After three successful months at the International Culture Centre in Krakow, the exhibition ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’ moves to Slovakia. The third stop of this international project will be Bratislava City Gallery.
ArtCoMe in Zlín and Pilsen
5. 06. 2019
The last few weeks the ‘ArtCoMe’ project was presented at a professional conference focused on the education and work with public. Project coordinators from Olomouc Museum of Art travelled across the Czech Republic to present their experience with the international cooperation.
The ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928’ exhibition won a prestigious Gloria Musaealis Award
20. 05. 2019
The ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928’ exhibition, organized by the Olomouc Museum of Art, won the first place in the national competition of Czech museums 'Gloria Musaealis'. The exhibition, which presented avant-garde art and its changes in the Central Europe between 1908 and 1928, succeeded in competing with thirty-nine projects from the Czech Republic.
Lovelies and Dowdies – Night of Museums at the ICC
15. 05. 2019
Lovelies and Dowdies - is the title of this year's Night of Museums at the International Cultural Centre in Krakow, which will be held on Friday 17 May. The inspiration is the writing by Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, the ‘musketeer’ of the Polish avant-garde.
Public of the Olomouc Region awarded the Years of Disarray exhibition with Silver Award
16. 04. 2019
The ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928’ exhibition presented in Olomouc Museum of Art took second place in the vote of the ‘Olomouc Region Public Prize’ for an exceptional achievement in the field of culture in 2018.
Let's dive into the Years of Disarray!
12. 04. 2019
'Czas przełomu', the first rerun of the 'Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe' exhibition, is now presented at the International Cultural Centre in Krakow. The best of the Central European avant-garde can be admired by Krakow visitors until June 9, 2019.
Students in curator´s shoes
10. 04. 2019
International Cultural Centre in Krakow hosted the second international meeting of students from Olomouc, Bratislava, Krakow and Pécs in the first week of April. Students experienced four days of inspiring lectures and creative workshops focused on the interpretation and presentation of art.
Preparations for the student meeting in Cracow are in full swing
14. 03. 2019
Last week, International Cultural Centre in Cracow has ceremonially launched the first rerun of the exhibition ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’. Thus Cracow is the main centre of the international project ArtCoMe for following months. At the beginning of April, the city of Polish kings will welcome students from Olomouc, Bratislava and Pécs.
Students involved in the international educational programme have begun to prepare for a meeting in Cracow
24. 01. 2019
The exhibition project ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928 | Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’ is nearing to its end at the Olomouc Museum of Art and at the beginning of March 2019 it will be presented in the International Cultural Centre in Cracow. The travelling exhibition is also followed by the international educational programme of the ArtCoMe project. Preparations for the meeting of students in Cracow which will take place in April are in full swing.
Visitors of the ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’ exhibition can choose artworks of their heart.
18. 12. 2018
Years of Disarray 1908–1928’ exhibition present over 400 paintings, sculptures, magazines, books and posters lent out from six dozens institutions based in ten European countries. But which painting, sculpture or poster of this rich collection is the most beloved artwork of your heart?
Michaela Šojdrová about the ArtCoMe International Educational Programme
3. 12. 2018
The First International Meeting of Students in scope of the ArtCoMe educational programme was ceremonially ended on November 25, 2018. On Sunday evening the presentation of students pieces of work took place. A special guest Michaela Šojdrová, Member of European parliament, came to meet students.
The last weekend of November in Olomouc Museum of Art was dedicated to creativity and
30. 11. 2018
The first meeting of high school students from Olomouc, Cracow, Bratislava and Pécs who cooperate on the project Art & Contemporary Me took place on November 23 – 26 in Olomouc Museum of Art. During the multifarious programme the students got the opportunity to try playing the role of an entertainer / educator, to try the job of a journalist or reporter and to create posters and magazine covers.
The Years of Disarray 1908–1928 exhibition opened a spectacular concert by Krzysztof Penderecki
21. 09. 2018
The Church of Our Lady of the Snow in Olomouc experienced the most unexpected event of the autumn, at least in terms of classical music. On Thursday, September 20 – the legend of world avant-garde, Grammy Award winner, composer and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki conducted here his piece of music Credo.
Years of Disarray 1908–1928 | Avant-gardes in the Central Europe
20. 09. 2018
The Years of Disarray exhibition is focused on sources and manifestations of the dramatic change in the period covering the final decade of existence of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the first decade of its successor states.
ArtCoMe will link up high school students of four partner cities
13. 09. 2018
ArtCoMe is an international project addressing strong and unique experience of individuals with artwork by means of common artistic creation of general public and professionals. The aim is to breach borders between the non-professional and professional art.