Art gives voice to the voiceless and fame to the ignored. You can learn various forms of art from dancing to sketching in Prague. There are designated classes, drama workshops, and art events in Prague for the same. If you just want to be a mere spectator you can attend theatre events and art exhibitions in Prague too.
Ever wanted to volunteer in those nukkad, nataks or street shows? Wish to learn the basics of painting? Well, just explore through the art & theatre events in Prague.
|08 Jan 2024||Prague - BG Symphonia||Прага, Prague|
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|10 Dec 2023||Christmas Makers Market||Lya Beer Café, Prague|
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The capital of Czech Republic, Prague, has art in every nook and corner of the city. Be it brilliant architecture or art in the streets, the city has it all. Over so many years, these architectures and paintings inside cathedrals have been the source of expression. Art in Prague is a major driver of tourists for the city. There’s no specific place where you can witness the artistic appeal of the city, everything is spread throughout the city. You can visit the many galleries and Prague art museums. Prague has art for everybody. You will find some of the most original and lively art in Prague art museums. Street art is also very prominent here. The city is covered in graffitis in almost every other street. There are even random art installations on the streets made by independent artists and not to mention the beautiful art sculptures in front of famous buildings or beside the alleys that will surely keep your heart fulfilled.
Who doesn’t like a good museum to know the history and culture of a place? Well, Prague art museums have much more to offer. Museum of Decorative Arts is an unusual museum, which focuses on 20th-century design. If you’re in search of some unusual craftsmanship in items of furniture, pieces of jewelry and also digital design, this is the place for you. Located in the heart of the city, near Old Town Square, is another one, Illusion Art Museum Prague. This museum dedicates itself to modern and historic illusion and trick art. You get a chance to interact with the art pieces and derive your own perspective. If you are in the mood for something other than contemporary art, head to Schwarzenberg Palace for some of the best historical art in Prague.
Your search for art does not end in museums in Prague. Art galleries in Prague are some of the best in the country. Dox Centre for Contemporary Art is one of the best for a unique experience. It holds exhibitions very regularly and the art here mainly focused on social issues. You can also opt for lectures, guided tours, panel discussions, etc. If you’re fond of sculptures, give a visit to MeetFactory by renowned sculptor David Cerny. It is a non-profit gallery that makes genre-bending art available to the common public. If you want to experience something other than art museums and galleries, there are many Prague art festivals, which will surely amaze you. Held in October every year, Signal Festival is one such that focuses on experimental and digital art techniques and draws millions of people to witness the lighting installations in public spaces across Prague.
Street art in Prague is almost a phenomenon. You can look for it throughout the whole city, scattered on desolate walls, on old factories, in metro stations. But the first that definitely comes to mind is the John Lennon Wall. Many people just come to visit this legendary wall, which has witnessed protest by the natives during the Czech communist rule. They used the art to express their free will that was itself a violation of communist rules. Vltavska metro station offers you a view of the works of some contemporary artists. They keep changing the art and the station has a contribution of many famous artists. Tesnov is one of the places where you can legally make your attempt as it is open for anybody who wants to leave a mark.
Looking for a place to exhibit your art or to attend art workshops in Prague?
Here's a list of art studios in Prague for art exhibitions and workshops: