Apr 28, 2020
Combining yoga and art
Yoga is a healthy form of exercise which relieves stress and boosts mindfulness. Make time for yourself and enjoy practicing yoga at home with the YogArt project.
The House of Lobkowicz companies have decided to organise online yoga sessions. They take place in the beautiful historic galleries of the Lobkowicz Castles in Bohemia, combining yoga and art.
Apr 25, 2020
The National Museum restores blue whale skeleton
The National Museum in Prague is working on a restoration of its largest collection item, the blue whale skeleton. Visitors will soon be able to see it online.
Apr 23, 2020
Art from your car
The Art Parking project will be launched in two locations in Prague on Friday the 24th of April. Art Parking is a multi-genre festival that aims to offer dozens of theatre performances, concerts, and film screenings from now until the end of June.
Apr 20, 2020
Concerts outside your home
‘Hrajeme do oken’ (‘We Play at your Windows’) is a new project that began with performances by Trio Amadeus and the band Zrní.
Apr 17, 2020
Prague Zoo needs your help
Even without visitors, life goes on in the zoo. However, it is difficult for the zoo to keep running without the significant income from entrance tickets. How can we help? One of the options is a virtual adoption. This year, you can adopt even a baby elephant!
Apr 17, 2020
‘Culture at Home’ offers content in one place
Due to the coronavirus crisis, the cultural scene has been forced to move online from theatres, clubs, museums and concert halls. A platform that brings online cultural content together has recently been created. The project, launched on the 12th of April, is called ‘Kultura doma’(‘Culture at Home’).
Apr 11, 2020
Museum prepares children’s art competition
The National Museum of Agriculture in Prague has organised an art competition for children who have to stay home due to quarantine measures.
Apr 9, 2020
Dance for half an hour a day with famous choreographer
Going to sport centres has become impossible due to the coronavirus pandemic, and exercising outdoors is even limited at the moment. However, thanks to modern technology, there is no need to despair. You can stretch your body properly in the comfort of your own home.
Apr 7, 2020
Support Czech culture by buying ‘Nothing’ tickets
A nationwide project to support theatres, concert halls, clubs and artists has been launched. ‘NIC’ tickets have been on sale since the 1st of April. ‘Nic’ means ‘nothing’ in Czech and that is the aim of this project – as cultural events cannot take place, cultural institutions and artists need your support. According to Hana Třeštíková, Prague City Councillor for Culture, Czech people are inventive, so instead of simply asking for donations, they came up with a plan to sell tickets for ‘non-existing’ cultural events, which will (not) take place on the 1st of May.
Apr 7, 2020
Underground Vyšehrad after the pandemic
When the coronavirus pandemic is over, you can treat yourself with a trip to explore underground Vyšehrad where the treasure from Charles Bridge can be found.