Join us for our Greek art exhibit entitled, “The Evolution of Greek Art to Our Times.”
Join us for a 8 week instructional dancing course!
In honor of Effie Rosene, the Czech Center Museum Houston will be hosting a Czech cultural concert!
Join us for free movie night ft Three Wishes for Cinderella, a Czechoslovak/East German fairy-tale film from 1973.
Join us for the grand opening of our Greek art exhibited entitled, “The Evolution of Greek Art to Our Times.”
Join us for a musical night with performers Mark and Helena Greathouse!
Join us for a free movie night featuring the film, “I Served the King of England .”
Join us for a night of choral singing featuring The Nightingale Trio!
Join us for a Free Movie Night at the Czech Center Museum Houston featuring the film, “Two Brides and One Wedding.”
Since Slovakia is preparing to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising. The Czech Center Museum Houston presents a Slovakian WWII documentary.
We’re bringing Mardi Gras to Houston!
Join the Czech Center Museum Houston in celebration of our Kid’s Mardi Gras Masquerade, on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Come and enjoy delicious food, and jazz music, there will be prizes, games, activity booths and much more!
The Czech Center Museum Houston cordially invites you to a 60-minute opera concert, featuring artists of the Houston Grand Opera Studio.
When a local dialect disappears, what goes along with it? Texas German, a unique German dialect developed in Central Texas, was once a thriving language with over 110,000 dominant speakers during its peak in the early 20th century. Today, however, it’s on the verge of extinction.
The Czech Center Museum will be hosting the Texas French Alliance of the Arts sponsored by Clarice Snokhous & Nancy Dewell Braus.
In the summer of 1985, Vaclav Havel decided to go on a roadtrip - to visit friends, and also to test the extent of his civil liberties as a citizen of communist Czechoslovakia. The results were Kafkaesque in their absurdity: over the course of nine days, Havel was arrested twice, charged with "incitement to disturb the peace," and held in jail for a total of four days.