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A photography exhibition commemorating film director Martin Frič and his works, scenic design sketches and pop-up books by Rudolf Lukeš at the Museum of Moravian Slovakia or ab/use of folk culture by the communist regime. These are just a few examples of what to expect at the 2022 SFS art exhibitions.
Holders of festival passes can enjoy free entry to all exhibitions, exhibitions held in public space are free and open to everyone.

Martin Frič

Hvězda Cinema (Lobby)
29 Jul 2022 – 30 Aug 2022
Vernissage: Saturday, 30 Jul 2022, 12.00 p.m.
Martin Frič made more than eighty films during his filmmaking career. In this respect, he provided us with a fascinating legacy of an exceptionally talented artist who lived through three political regimes without giving up on the quality of his works. The exhibition captures his personal development throughout his life as well as his central topics and atmosphere during filming.


Masaryk Square (Reduta)
29 Jul 2022 – 7 Aug 2022
Vernissage: Saturday, 30 Jul 2022, 5.20 p.m.
Genesis is a collaborative art project of art school students Emma Lukášová and Ondřej Mikuš, artist Jiří Válek and actor, presenter and artist Marek Vašut. The main idea of the project is to search for the meaning or even the essence of “genesis“, which is a Greek word for “beginning, birth, creation or production”.

Double Vision: Songs by Petr Linhart in Václav Müller’s Photography

Galerie Vladimíra Hrocha (Klub kultury)
29 Jul 2022 – 4 Aug 2022
Vernissage: Sunday, 31 Jul 2022, 3.00 p.m.
Petr Linhart is one of the most poetic songwriters in the Czech Republic. His immersive songs draw the listeners into their inner spaces and incite them to be actively engaged in their musical experience. All visions are thus lived and seen twice. Václav Müller, an organiser of Hradecký Slunovrat, captured these visions in his photos.

Rudolf Lukeš: Scenic Design Sketches and Pop-up Books

Museum of Moravian Slovakia
29 Jul 2022 – 18 Sep 2022
Vernissage: Sunday, 31 Jul 2022, 5.00 p.m.
For the first time in Uherské Hradiště, Summer Film School presents the film set drawings and illustrations made by Rudolf Lukeš, a significant artist of the post-war period.

The Almighty Folklore

Smetana’s Park
28 Jul 2022 – 11 Aug 2022
Vernissage: Monday, 1 Aug 2022, 5.45 p.m.
Folklore is a very familiar term for almost everyone in Moravian Slovakia. Nevertheless, or perhaps for this very reason, its meaning remains very vague and ambiguous. Everyone has their own, experience-based interpretation. Twelve folklorists from South and South-East Moravia are sharing their memories.

Czecho/Slovak Moments

Palacký Square
29 Jul 2022 – 30 Sep 2022
Vernissage: Tuesday, 2 Aug 2022, 5.00 p.m.
Thirty years ago, the common state of Czechs and Slovaks ceased to exist. An outdoor photography exhibition curated by the Czech News Agency revives the pivotal moments of our shared Czecho-Slovak history, it captures some lesser-known curiosities from Czechoslovak life and points out the fascinating closeness that persisted between these two nations after the breakup.