By BOHEMIST STAFF
Not sure what to do this weekend? We’ve got you covered.
1. The SIGNAL Festival: A Festival of Lights
The SIGNAL festival is the largest cultural event in the Czech Republic, bringing modern art and new technology to the wider and technical public. The streets and public spaces of Prague, its most famous historical landmarks, and even a few lesser-known nooks and crannies will be transformed for four nights under the leadership of Czech and global personalities in light art and design.
For three years the festival has drawn over a million attendees to Prague streets from the Czech Republic and beyond, earning its status as one of the most important festivals of its kind, both in the Czech Republic and on the international stage. This year is sure to be a blast with a variety of great installations worth checking out. Get involved!
Price: It varies depending on the event
More info: http://www.signalfestival.com/
2. Get off your ass and get a job!
The Czech Republic has one of the lowest unemployment rates on the continent, but for the 4.2% of you out there sitting around drinking Branik and playing on your Xbox, it’s time to get a job. Hit up tomorrow’s all-day job fair at AAU and get ‘er done. It’s free if you register ahead of time.
October 15 from 10:00 to 17:00
Price: FREE if you register ahead of time
Letenská 5, 118 00, Prague 1
More info: http://www.jobspin.cz/candidates/jobspin-cz-job-fair-visitors/
3. Caribbean dance and dinner @ Vincanto
It’s cold as hell out there, so warm up with some Dominican food and dance at Vincato. According to the flyer you don’t have to dance if you want to and just enjoy the food, but then it wouldn’t be an authentic experience now would it? Go meet some people or take your girl out for a night on the town, Dominican style!
October 15 from 18:30
Price: Free entry
Klimenstká 40, Prague 1
More info: http://ruben-dance.cz/aktuality.php
4. Mireille Mathieu in concert @ The Congress Center
French singer Mireille Mathieu and her orchestra is coming to Prague for one night only on October 16 at the Congress Center. This famous and legendary singer, known for Mon credo, Qu`elle est belle and Mon bel amour d`été, will surely be on the list, so go get some tickets! (Unfortunately, the website below was down at the time of this post, so hopefully it goes back up again soon).
October 16th from 20:00
Congress Centre (Kongresové centrum Praha),
5. května 65, Praha 4 – Nusle, 140 21
+420 261 171 111
More info: http://www.kcp.cz
5. Lessons in Caricature – Czech Cubism
Get your art on with this newly opened exhibition exploring Czech Cubism, which unsurprisingly integrates humor and satirical drawings with the more traditional forms of Cubism. Also present will be other well-known satirical drawings and caricatures produced by the local artists featured in the exhibit.