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Prague Quadrennial

Prague Quadrennial

The quadrennial exhibitions, festivals, and educational programs act as a global catalyst of creative progress by encouraging experimentation, networking, innovation, and future collaborations. PQ aims to honor, empower and celebrate the work of designers, artists and architects while inspiring and educating audiences, who are the most essential element of any live performance.



Festival Reviews and Reports:


Prague Quadrennial 2019: Imagination, Transformation, Memory

Pq 2019: Noise Music

Pq 2019: Puppet Masters

Pq 2019: An A+ B-movie

Pq 2019: Paradise City

Pq 2019: A Dove Is A Pigeon

Pq 2019: The Golden Triga

Pq 2019: The Nation Unto Itself

Pq 2019: A New Reality


The Expanding Notion Of Scenography And The Swiss Contribution To The 14th Prague Quadrennial


Referenced In:

Perspectives Of Hungarian Creative Producer – Sylvia Huszár

Theatres Are Evolving To Reconnect Us To Each Other And The Environment

“We Understand Our Culture Better Through The Other’s”: Interview With Dramaturg And Theatre Historian Nina Király (1940–2018)

Less Is More Or Less Is Less: The Balancing Act Of Designing Big Musicals In Small Spaces

The Futility Of Mediated Communication: “Together” At Camden Underground

“Post-apocalypsis”: The Ecology Of Performance

Humanities/Art/Technology Research Center: Combining Theatre, Art, And Engineering

Studying Theatre And Media In Poznań: The Institute Of Theatre And Media Arts At Adam Mickiewicz University

Interview With Spanish Scenic Designer Jose Luis Raymond