Largest audio-visual art gallery of its kind opens in Prague
Prague’s recently opened Lumia Gallery offers the largest audio-visual light exhibition of its kind in Central Europe.
Classical music bedtime stories for kids with Czech connection
Hannah Nepilová is a British classical music journalist with Czech roots. Wanting to pass on her love of classical music to the next generation, she began a side project.
Pavel Pecháček: Journalist who headed Czech RFE dies at 82
Pavel Pecháček has died in the US at the age of 82. He joined the Czechoslovak section of Radio Free Europe and – after a stint at Voice of America – later became its head.
Authentic Bohemian crown jewels on display at St. Vitus Cathedral
This week people have the rare opportunity to view the authentic Bohemian crown jewels which have been put on display at St. Vitus Cathedral.
Dollar Prync – Czechia’s gangster rapper
Dollar Prync is a Czech Roma rapper whose tracks have garnered millions of views on YouTube and TikTok over the past years.
Jan Zrzavý - an important protagonist of the Czech avant-garde
Jan Zrzavý was a painter, illustrator and scenographer, and a leading representative of the Czech avant-garde. His paintings now sell for millions of dollars at auction.
10th Prague Iranian film fest starts in shadow of events in Iran
Prague’s ÍRÁN:CI festival of Iranian film starts Wednesday. Unprecedented protests and brutal repression in Iran have greatly shaped the 10th edition.
Piano works by Bedřich Smetana
Czech composer Bedřich Smetana is perhaps best-known for his set of symphonic poems Má Vlast. However, he has also written a number of piano compositions.
František Kupka: innovator in abstract art
František Kupka was the first artist in the world to publicly exhibit abstract art and received a lot of criticism for it. But nowadays his paintings sell for millions.
Czech master craftsman: “Whole world is seeing our work” in Glass Onion
The Netflix hit movie Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, has a Czech connection. It heavily features crystal sculptures made by a small company from North Bohemia.
Jaroslav Hašek: The Improbable Titan of Czech Literature
Jaroslav Hašek, author of the most translated Czech book The Good Soldier Švejk, died 100 years ago today ( January 3, 1923). Vit Pohanka looks at his life and work.
Czechia to host several international music stars in 2023
Next year Prague is set to see the goodbye concert of Kiss, a return of Maroon 5 and the first ever visit of Jack Black’s Tenacious D.
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