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An interactive multimedia presentation


The interactive exhibition project Prague Spring 1968 offers essential informations on historical and cultural events during he dramatic political events of 1968. The project includes texts, audio and video and allows the audience to move around the virtual space according to their interests. 


Photo: archive of National Museum


The Czech Republic was celebrating important anniversaries in 2018:  The 100th anniversary of the birth of an independent Czechoslovakia in 1918, and the 50th anniversary of the dramatic political events of 1968. This exhibition is focused on the second of them.

Author of the concept and curator: Lenka Lindaurová

The exhibition presents historical data and events as a story composed of audio, textual and video components communicating essential information about these cultural and historical events in the former Czechoslovakia. The exhibition has been designed for presentation in both the classic form of freestanding panels and in an expanded digital form. 

Prague Spring 1968 presents the cultural, political and social context of the situation in 1960s Czechoslovakia that resulted in the occupation of the country by Warsaw Pact troops. 

It has been translated into 25 languages.


More about the project:        Mgr. Hana Pištorová, T: +420 234 668 213, pistorova@czech.cz



Curator:  Mgr. Lenka Lindaurová

Professional support:  PhDr. Josef Tomeš, PhD., PhDr. Jiří Suk, PhD. 

Organisor:   Czech Centres

Partners:  Czech Television, Czech News Agency (ČTK), Dobrovická Museum, Zdeněk Harapes, Masaryk Institute and Archives of the CAS, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, City of Prague Museum, T. G. Masaryk Museum in Lány, Langhans Prague Foundation, National Film Archive, National Gallery in Prague, National Library, National Museum, National Technical Museum, Monument of National Literature, Postal Museum, Slovak National Gallery, Tyrš House, Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, Military History Institute in Prague and Bratislava

Grafics:                                   Robert Jansa, Petr Bosák



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