What do we do?
Korzo Národní is the biggest organized celebration of the Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day in Prague. It takes place on the Národní street, where a student demonstration started the Velvet Revolution. The programme of the event consists of various artistic performances on the street - concerts, theather performances, exhibitions, educational events or authors‘ readings. From 10 AM to 10 PM, followed by an afterparty in the club Rock Café. You can meet performers such as David Koller, Aneta Langerová, Tata Bojs, Dagmar Pecková, Dagmar Havlová or Václav Marhoul. The highlight of the day will be the lighting installation called Memory of the Nation: 1989, produced in cooperation with Post Bellum nad 3dsense.
Let’s walk along the route of the student manifestation, which triggered the events of the Velvet Revolution exactly 30 years ago! On 17th of November we will reconstruct the student parade from Albertov to the Národní St. And everybody can join us. Along the way you can experience the atmosphere and learn what and where happened on that fateful day.
Forty students from different art schools and faculties entered the competition called 30 Years of Freedom in Art. The winning students' works are displayed on advertising spaces at one of the most frequented streets of Prague and Václav Havel Airport. How do the winners Dana Vojtíška, Sofia Makanová, Lucie Michnová, Kateřina Kuchtová, Dana Kinská, Jakub Ra, Jana Kvíza, Martina Kyjovská and Jana Hladíková see and feel the freedom in our society?
Let's participate on the biggest celebration of freedom in Europe together! By lighting up one of the symbolic buildings of your city with a tricolor or a flag of celebrating country in the days of specific anniversaries. We had already celebrated anniversaries in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Look at photo reports and join us! The upcoming events include Hungary on the 23th October, Germany on the 9th November, Bulgaria on the 10th November, Czechia and Slovakia on the17th November and Romania on the 16th December.