Until October 20, Architecture Week Prague 2013 will celebrate architectural heritage and contemporary architecture in the Czech capital, with architecture from almost 30 Czech, Polish and Slovak cities to be presented, along with all monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage.
Lectures by Czech and foreign architects in the National Technical Library will also form part of the event, which is taking place in the Convent of St. George at the Prague Castle, along with exhibition openings and a conference.
Until October 19, the 4+4 Days in Motion annual festival of contemporary art will bring to life Prague’s architecture through contemporary innovative theater projects.
Now in its 18th year, the festival will feature foreign theatre performances and choreographies, which cover social issues, humor and entertainment.
Another event that is set to wow the crowds this fall is Strings of Autumns festival, which will feature jazz, classical music, sophisticated crossover, early music and world music – all of which will be performed by some of the most remarkable musicians of our time.
The event, which runs until November 3, includes nine evening concerts, a family weekend for children and parents entitled ‘Strings for Kids’, as well as a mini/festival of upcoming talent from the Czech and international scenes.