October 28 has been a special day on the calendar for all Czechs for over a century. Known as Czechoslovak Independence Day, the holiday is widely celebrated throughout the country with pride and dignity in their hearts.  In 1918, October 28 opened plenty of opportunities for people as a new era began. Previously, the Czechs and Slovaks were an integral part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. From now on, they will be an independent state with their language, laws, and territory. In 2022, October 28 still opens plenty of doors for people by inviting them to various museums and galleries without any entrance fee. Discover the history of Czechoslovak Independence Day and how you can celebrate it!  History Corner The narrativeRead more.

Open Storage of the Art of Asia, the exhibition devoted to the cultural heritage of Asia and its glorious history, opens its doors to visitors at Trade Fair Palace. The installation presents more than 600 artworks from Asian provinces displayed in three-dimensional space.  The Trade Fair Palace plans to display Asian sculptures and artworks till January 8, 2023. So, mark this date in the calendar to enjoy the exhibition during autumn or the prolonged Christmas break.  Installation background  Asian sculptures and artworks have a long history with Prague, especially different outlets of the National Gallery in Prague (NGP). Initially, all artifacts from Open Storage of the Art of Asia were located in the Kinský palace. There, they lived quite aRead more.

Mucha, The Family Collection, an exclusive installation, appeared at the Waldstein Riding School in the mid-summer. Since then, it has welcomed hundreds of art-nouveau enthusiasts and enlightened them with artworks from a private collection that had never been shown before to anyone. The exhibition runs till October 31, 2022, or, as we may say, till spooky Halloween. Do not miss the opportunity to see Mucha’s masterpieces in the heart of Old Town! Alfons Mucha: the Czech idol Mucha was a Czech artist best known for his contributions to the Art Nouveau movement due to his extensive travels throughout Europe. His works included various illustrations, advertisements, and decorative panels with a special touch, primarily used by cultural entities such as theaters,Read more.