Welcome to PraguePrague has always been an European city of culture. A lot of events are held in Prague every day, included many theater or opera performances, classical or modern music concerts, museums or galleries exhibitions, film festivals and other events. Below find some of the most interesting events and news for upcoming season.
Opera, Classical Music and TheaterYou should not miss to visit State Opera, to listen some classical music concert in Rudolfinum or Municipal House and to see some black light theater performance while you are in Prague this season. Find more information at Music, Film, Theater or get the tickets online. The best performances are often sold out, so book your tickets in advance.
The exhibition presents representative survey of contemporary figurative painting in the works of over twenty artists from nine countries. The theme of the exhibition is inspired by a short story of Isaac Asimov from 1941. Its foundation is the question of what happens to the planet and civilization when there is a solar eclipse and nightfall comes.
Participating artists: Karin Mamma Andersson (SWE), Hernan Bas (USA), Marius Bercea (RO), Zsolt Bodoni (RO), Martin Eder (DE), Tim Eitel (DE), Adrian Ghenie (RO), Cantemir Hausi (RO), Chantal Joffe (UK), Victor Man (RO), Justin Mortimer (UK), Daniel Pitin (CZ), Vitaly Pushnitsky (RUS), Neo Rauch (DE), Daniel Richter (DE), Serban Savu (RO), David Schnell (DE), Mircea Suciu (RO), Attila Szucs (HU), Alexander Tinei (MD), Caroline Walker (UK), Matthias Weischer (DE)
Exhibition is open from 10 am to 6 pm, daily except Monday, from March 29 till May 24.
It is the first exhibition of this collection outside of his house.
Exhibition is open from 10 am to 7 pm, daily from April 10 till July 31.
During the second half of the nineteenth century, the Czech country was still part of Habsburg Monarchy but changed in so many ways that these changes seemed to be the opposite of conservative values. On the other hand, it brought the development of the state and society in a number of fields like industry, science, culture and more. In addition, the modern Czech society which had been going through the final phase of its cultural and national emancipation was established - all within the traditional Habsburg monarchy.
The exhibition Life of Children under Emperor Franz Joseph I show all aspects of the child life at the end of the Habsburg monarchy, that is, the phenomenon of children culture, focusing mainly on games, toys and child minding.
The photography exhibition 19th Century People in Photos is focused on capturing daily life in the 19th century. The time period is framed from 1848 through 1918. Visitors will see photographs taken in the field of culture, sport or traveling, inclusive of photos documenting unique situations, festivities and events.
Exhibition is open from Dec 12, 2012 till June 9, 2013, daily from 10 am to 6 pm.
You can still enjoy an advantage from the Mozart Prague Project. This project was prepared in 2006, when the whole cultural world remembered 250 years from his birth and a great number of cultural events were prepared there. Some of the best events are still held in Prague. Discover Mozart and get the tickets online in the Estates Theatre, National Theatre or State Opera.
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