4/6/2012

Czech Open 2012 Programme

Czech Open 2012, cultural season in London in association with Czech Centre London, Czech Olympic Committee, Islington Council, Embassy of the Czech Republic in the UK and the City of Prague



Czech Open 2012 is a cultural season in London in March – August which offers a variety of programmes set in the Islington borough, where the official Czech House will be based during the London 2012 Olympic Games. The season has been conceived as a broad collaboration of local artists, cultural institutions, children with Czech artists, designers, musicians, filmmakers and presents many new, original and commissioned artworks. Czech Open 2012 is organised by Czech Centre London in collaboration with the Czech Olympic Committee, Islington Council, Embassy of the Czech Republic in the UK, the City of Prague, Czech British Chamber of Commerce and other partners.

For more information, please follow: www.czechopen2012.com



 


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