June 2023

17 May
16 Jun

Alexandra Kopúnková: PARA & DYM (exhibition)

The installation in the Edikula Gallery, closing the spring semester, offers embroidered textiles that simultaneously refer to traditions and rituals and raise questions about our relationship to folk culture. 

from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

31 May
1 Jun

EDUC: Sustainable Management Event

This event will be an opportunity to share the new pedagogical tools developed over the past three years. We wish to exchange good practices linked to sustainability education in Europe and to discuss together the challenges of this field. 31 May...

from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

1 Jun

Philosophical Theater: The Call of the Basilisk (second premiere)

What will happen the moment humanity creates an AI that excels not only in intelligence skills, but also in moral reasoning? Should we fear something whose sole purpose is to improve us? The Philosophical Theater presents their own retrofuturistic drama about why within the framework of artificial intelligence one should not think about mercy and whether it wouldn't be better to listen to the Call of the Basilisk.

from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

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