January 4th

(Virtual Tour) Van Gogh Museum Tour by Institute of Washington DC Art & Culture.

Van Gogh has long been considered an acclaimed artistic genius. His post-impressionist stroke is colorful, surreal, and historical. His works have been conserved in the largest Van Gogh collection on earth, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. You can join this virtual tour of the museum halls, guided by a curator who will helpfully teach and show Van Gogh’s most prominent masterpieces.

January 5th

(Virtual Workshop) Therapeutic Art Workshop hosted by Society X. Starting 11am EST.

Entering the new year with the right mindset is a must, and if you’re the creative type this therapeutic art workshop might just be the thing for you. Follow along with a virtual instructor to guide you through the steps of painting for a more relaxed mind, body, and soul. With Brooklyn origins, you’ll be learning from a creative professional with years of education and professional experience in the art world.

January 6th

(Virtual Instructor) Non-alcoholic Cocktail Masterclass taught by Anthropologie starting at 19:00.

Have you struck up a deal with your friends for dry January? If so, you’re not the only one. But it doesn’t have to be all that hard. Find out what creative mocktails you can make as this alcohol-free masterclass in drink mixing. Check out their website so you know what ingredients and utensils you’ll need to follow along during the class!

January 7th

(Virtual Seminar) Trees and Fungi hosted by the London Natural History Society starting at 19:30 CET.

The cold and moist season is upon us, and here to explain all that green-and-brown stuff growing on our trees in David Humphries from the London Natural History Society. Learn about the fungi and mushrooms coming out in this riveting season of wildlife changes. You’ll learn how the ecosystem adapts and what usages different fungi have for their surrounding environments. Don’t miss this chance to hear from one of the most qualified voices on the topic at this free seminar!

January 9th

(Virtual Tour) Meet-and-Greet a Lincoln Park Zoo Animal presented by Curators of the Lincoln Park Zoo starting at 17:00 CET. Tickets begin at $15.

While you might not be able to show the animals at the Prague Zoo any love right now, you can certainly bring yourself and family on a satisfying adventure through your computer screens The Lincoln Park Zoo, one of the most famous Zoos in North America, is having a virtual “Meet-and-Greet” with its beastly guests. From Zebras to Giraffes, learn more about their diverse array of mammals with curator Mike Murray.

Joey Petrila

Joey Petrila

As an American in Prague, I love beer history and finding good lakes to swim in during the summer.
Joey Petrila