During a visit to the Masaryk University Bohunice campus, I discovered a fascinating collection of public art in the courtyards. Take a tour using this blog post!
A bilingual exhibition of a fascinating artistic duo presents their contribution to Czech design over the past 25 years. You can catch it at the Museum of Applied Arts till mid-April.
You don’t have to go to Prague or Vienna to experience a proper 19th century opera box. Now is your ideal opportunity to spend time in the gorgeous Mahen Theatre — see a contemporary re-telling of the story of Swan Lake.
If you want to spend a quiet winter’s afternoon looking at a small, but beautiful art collection, go to the Governor’s Palace. OK, it’s not the Louvre or Albertina. Nonetheless, here are a few highlights to spark your curiosity!
Is your mental image of opera is nodding off while the fat lady sings? Most plots are filled with enough drama and intrigue to rival the best of whatever new miniseries Netflix or Amazon might dish out.
One of the things I love about walking around Brno is the juxtaposition of architectural styles on any given street. This radical mix, which might seem a bit chaotic on first glance, gives Brno its character.
The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder: Christmas festivities are upon us! Here is a list for the best cultural events of the season to get you into the holiday spirit.
Tell the average non-Czech that you live in Brno and you’re likely to get a blank stare, but mention this city to a musician or concert goer and the response is often going to be, “Oh right—Janáček!”
It’s a refreshing change for me to be in an environment surrounded by people who genuinely appreciate—or at least tolerate—almost anyone’s effort express themselves. What more could an artist ask for?