Recognition

Recognition of the work of the Theatre Institute

 

Vladimír Štefko won the 2012 Minister of Culture Award for extraordinary contribution to theatre and dance in consideration of the editing of the book History of Slovak Theatre in the 20th Century, published by the Theatre Institute in Bratislava.

 

Theatre Studies Dionysia 2007 at the Department of Theatre Studies, Theatre Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts
Doc. PhDr. Nadežda Lindovská awarded the “Lindoska” to Viera Sadloňová, head of the Theatre Institute’s specialized library for all that she has been doing with great enthusiasm and for the benefit of the book culture and theatre lovers.

 

PhDr. Ladislav Lajcha, CSc. laureate of the 1999 Karel Čapek Award
The award is given for popularizing the work of the Čapek brothers and for a practical application of the notion of Czecho-Slovak mutuality. Ladislav Lajcha was awarded the prize because of the titles he prepared and published with the Theatre Institute while he was its employee. Lajcha mapped the work of Czech theatremakers on the Slovak territory in such books as Ladislav Vychodil, The Struggle for the Meaning and Form of the Slovak National Theatre 1920-1938 I.

 

5. International Triennial of Theatre Literature
Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 11 April 1979
The Jury awarded the Theatre Institute in Bratislava The Bronze Plaque for the series of yearbooks titled Slovak Theatres in the 1976-1977 and 1978-1979 seasons.

 

Theatre Institute Publications

 

The Literary Fund awarded the prestigious Matej Bel Award 2016 to the Theatre Institute and to Zuzana Vajdičková for the translation of Marvin Carlson’s book Theatre Is More Beautiful Than War: German Stage Directing in the Late Twentieth Century. The prize was awarded in the scholarly and specialized translation section.

 

The Literary Fund gave the Matej Bel Award 2014 to the Theatre Institute and Jana Juráňová for the translation of Dragan Klaić’s  book  Resetting the Stage:  Public Theatre Between the Market and Democracy. The prize was awarded in the social sciences category.

 

In the theory, history and translation criticism category, the Matej Bel Award 2014 was given to Ján Vilikovský for his publication Shakespeare in Slovakia, published by the Theatre Institute in collaboration with Slovart.

 

Stanislav Štepka’s title  Tomorrow’s Forecast:  Two Reports on My Twentieth Century (with a forecast for tomorrow), published by the Theatre Institute, won the Premium Prize for literary work as part of the Literary Fund Award for original Slovak literary work in 2013, in the drama category.

 

Tina Čorná’s book  Interviews – Kornel Földvári won the Premium Prize as part of the Literary Fund Award for original literary work in 2014. The book was published by the Theatre Institute.

 

The National Biographical Institute of the Slovak National Library awarded the Jozef Miloslav Hurban Prize for 2013 to PhDr. Ladislav Lajcha CSc. for his work The Silhouette of a Generation: Personalities of the Slovak National Theatre, published by the Theatre Institute.

 

Vladimír Štefko won the 2012 Minister of Culture Award for extraordinary contribution to theatre and dance in consideration of the editing of the book History of Slovak Theatre in the 20th Century, published by the Theatre Institute in Bratislava.

 

The Theatre Institute in Bratislava won two prizes at the 7th nationwide contest Slovak Chronicle 2012. In the MONOGRAPHS category, the award was won by Miklós Vojtek’s  Terspichora Istropolitana (Dance in 18th Century Pressburg). In the CULTURAL-TOURIST AND CULTURAL-INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS the prize was won by the DVD KIOSK 2 Guide (Theatre Festivals in Slovakia)

 

The publication by Vladimír Štefko et al. called  History of Slovak Drama in the 20th Century (Theatre Institute, 2011) won the Award of the Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic for science and technology in 2012 in the “Science and Technology Team of the Year” category.

 

Slovak Theatre architecture (Theatre Institute, 2011) won the Premium Prize of the Literary Fund Award 2012 for scientific and specialized literature in 2011, awarded by the Literary Fund’s Department of Scientific and Specialized Literature and Computer Programmes.

 

History of Slovak Drama in the 20th Century (Theatre Institute, 2012won the Premium Prize of the Literary Fund Award 2012 for scientific and specialized literature in 2011, awarded by the Literary Fund’s Department of Scientific and Specialized Literature and Computer Programmes.

 

Henrieta Moravčíková, Viera Dlháňová: Theatre Architecture in Slovakia (Theatre Institute, 2011)
Most Beautiful Book in Slovakia 2011 Award in the Scientific and Specialized Literature category. The award was given by the Bibiana Department of Book Culture.

 

George Steiner: The Death of Tragedy (Theatre Institute, 2011)
Zuzana Vajdičková won Recognition of the Literary Fund’s Department Scientific and Specialized Translation for the publication of the book, and the Matej Bel Award for the best translation.

 

The National Biographical Institute of the Slovak National Library gave the Great Prize of J. M. Hurban to Ľubica Krénová’s book Ladislav Chudík in the most important biography of 2009 category.

 

Ľubica Krénová: Ladislav Chudík (Slovart and the Theatre Institute, 2009)
The committee of the Literary Fund’s Department for Creative Work in Radio, Theatre and Entertainment awarded the Annual Prize for 2009 in theatre studies to Ľubica Krénová for exceptional work in the category of Slovak theatre monograph publication.

 

Milan Čorba: Costume design (lectures) (Theatre Institute, 2009)
The publication is part of the collection Most Beautiful Books in Slovakia 2009. The award was given by Bibiana’s Department of Book Culture.

 

Vojtek Miklós: Terpsichora Istropolitana (Theatre Institute, 2009)
The Slovak National Museum, the Monuments Board of the Slovak republic, and the editorial board of the Monuments and Museums review of cultural heritage gave the publication the Annual Award of the Monuments and Museums magazine in the 2009 category “minor publication”.

 

Lindovská Nadežda et al.: Magda Husáková-Lokvencová, First Lady of Slovak Theatre Direction (Theatre Institute, 2008)
Annual Prize of the Literary Fund for 2009, for an exceptional act in Slovak theatre studies and theatre history.

 

Paul Claudel: Plays (Theatre Institute, 2007)
Recognition of the Literary Fund for the publication of the title, and the Premium Prize of the Literary Fund to Michaela Jurovská for the translation of  Break of Noon and The Book of Christopher Columbus, in memoriam to Karol Strmeň for the translation of The Satin Slipper, to Ladislav Franek for the translation of The Annunciation, to Jela Krčméry-Vrtelová for the translation of Joan of Arc at the Stake (2007).

 

Valère Novarina: Plays (Theatre Institute, 2006)
Recognition of the Literary Fund’s Department of Literary Translation for the publication of the book and Ján Hollý Award for the translation to Elena Flašková and Ingrid Hrubaničová (2006).

Ladislav Lajcha: Ladislav Vychodil (Slovenský Tatran and the Theatre Institute, 2003)
The publication is part of the collection Most Beautiful Books in Slovakia 2003. The award was given by Bibiana’s Department of Book Culture.

 

August Strindberg: Plays (Theatre Institute, 2002)
Milan Žitný received the Literary Fund’s Premium Prize for book publications of literary translation in 2002 and the Recognition of the Literary Fund for the publication of the book.

 

Viliam Klimáček et al.: GUnaGU Remix (Collective texts 1985-2000) (Theatre Institute, 2000)
Award of the Slovak Association of Writers’ Organization for 2000.

 

Albert Camus: The Possessed (National Theatre Centre, 1998)
Recognition of the Literary Fund for the publication and Ján Hollý Award in memoriam for its translation to Jozef Felix (1999).

 

Július Pašteka: Views on Slovak Drama, Theatre and Criticism, Vols. I a II (National Theatre Centre, 1998)

 

Július Pašteka: Essays on World Playwrights (NDC, 1998)
The Slovak Academy of Sciences Award to Július Pašteka for science and research activity (1999).

 

Ján Hudec: Dramas (National Theatre Centre, 1997)
Honourable mention of the Literary Fund’s Department for Original Literature awarded for the publication of the book (1998).

 

Prague Quadrennial

 

Prague Quadrennial 1971, 8-27 June, 1971 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Helena Bezáková – Gold Medal for theatre costume
Štefan Hudák – Gold Medal for stage design

 

Prague Quadrennial 2007, 14-24 June,  2007
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Boris Kudlička won the Gold Medal for the use of theatre technology.

 

Prague Quadrennial 2003, 12-29 June,  2003 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Special Silver Medal for the collection commemorating Aleš Votava.

 

Prague Quadrennial 1999, 7-27 June,  1999 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Slovakia’s exposition in the theatre architecture section – Historical Theatre Buildings in Slovakia (author: Oleg Dlouhý, architect: Karol Weisslechner) – received a Honourable mention for respecting traditions when reconstructing historical theatre buildings.

 

Prague Quadrennial 1987, 8-28 June, 1987 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Helena Bezáková – Silver Medal for theatre costumes
Jozef Ciller – Silver Medal for stage design
Ladislav Vychodil – Gold Medal for Stage Design

 

Prague Quadrennial 1983, 13 June – 3 July, 1983 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Tomáš Berka – Silver Medal for stage design
Jozef Ciller – Gold Medal for stage design

 

Prague Quadrennial 1979, 1 June – 1 July, 1979 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Margita Polónyová – Gold Medal for theatre costumes
Vladimír Suchánek – Silver Medal for stage design
Stanislava Vaníčková – Silver Medal for theatre costumes

 

Prague Quadrennial 1975, 22 December 1975 – 28 January 1976, and 7 January – 28 January 1976, Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Jozef Ciller – Gold Medal for stage design
Vladimír Suchánek – Honourable Mention for the stage design to Milan Novák’s ballet Ballad About a Tree
Stanislava Vaníčková – Silver Medal for costume design

 

Prague Quadrennial 1967, 22 September – 15 October,  1967 Prague
International exhibition of stage art and theatre architecture.
Czechoslovak exposition – the awards for Slovakia were won by:
Pavol Mária Gábor – Silver Medal for stage design
Ludmila Purkyňová – Gold Medal for a set of costume designs
Vladimír Suchánek – Silver Medal for a set of stage designs

 

Studio 12 Productions

 

The Bratislava Audience Award at the 2013 Nová dráma/New Drama festival was given to a production by Studio 12 – Space for New Drama and the TUŠ Theatre titled 5boys.sk.
 

Sláva Daubnerová: M. H. L. (production of P.A.T. Theatre and Studio 12, premiere on 21 December 2009) 
the DOSKY Award 2009-2010, Discovery of the Season

 

Ján Šimko: Bratislava Memory I – Petržalka Stories (premiere on 13 March 2008)
Award for Best Production of a Contemporary Slovak Play at the 2009 Nová dráma/New drama festival

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