Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night 2019

08|06|2019, PRAGUE: Photo Reportage

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

Photos from our programme at the Prague Museum Night 2019 that took place on June 08, 2019 in Prague.

 

At the Prague Museum Night our Foyer² in Goethe-Institut was dedicated to the topic of sharing: Visitors had the chance to experience sharing through different stations.

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

© Filip Stach

 

A popular spot was the badge maker, where you could create your individual Shared Cities badges. The badge maker can be borrowed in our Library of Things at the Goethe-Institut.

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

© Filip Stach

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

© Filip Stach

 

The visitors had the opportunity to invite their friends and family to our Shared Cities: The Finale that will take place on 2nd and 3rd October in Prague.

Shared Cities at the Prague Museum Night

© Sofia Tscholakidi

Shared Cities at the Prague Museum Night

© Sofia Tscholakidi

 

Interactive, lively and for all ages: That was the Shared Cities Programme at the Prague Museum Night.

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

© Filip Stach

 

The visitors could use the Instant Camera from our Library of Things and add their photo as well as their message to the “Humans of Sharing”-wall.

Shared Cities at the Prague Museum Night

© Sofia Tscholakidi

 

The last visitors left at 1 am – and enjoyed the view of the illuminated Prague Castle at night.

Shared Cities at Prague Museum Night

© Filip Stach

 

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