Surrealisam (product of Dadisam) which means “super realism” or “greater than realism”, in early beginning is connected with The Breasts of Tiresias, only play of Guillaume Apollinaire performed in Paris in 1918. This comedy has unique verbal associations of along with anything-goes atmosphere. Apollinaire himself refers to the play as “un drame surréliste.” and became the foundation for the surrealist movement.


“Love the art in yourself and not yourself in the art.” – Constantin Stanislavski

Konstantin Sergeievich Stanislavski (Russian: Константи́н Серге́евич Станисла́вский )(1863–1938), known as Stanislavski, was a Russian stage actor and director most known for his naturalistic theatre technique, method acting, known as the “Stanislavsky method acting”.

This method basically means that actors to use their personal feeling and memories, their bodies and souls, to express authentic emotion for create their characters.


When we say museum, we think right away of old buildings with specific design, with smell of the past and lots of history stories.

But the museums that we will show you today have nothing with the past, but they prepare us for the future. Regardless of your taste you will like some of them or not, but in both of cases you will not stay indifferent. We will not use the slogan “You must see”, but anyway it is nice to visit them if you have the chance.


The question “What is contemporary art?” is one of the questions that isn’t asked often enough.

Talking about contemporary art is another one of those art definitions we are all supposed to know because you wouldn’t want to ask a “stupid” question at some art world function.


The theatres around the world have so various looks, some of them are in old styles, but some of them are redesigned or made in futuristic style with ultra modern look.

We may like them or don’t, but we have to admit that some of them are great spectacles of forms, colors and lights, and they represent cultural attraction for the tourists, and have became a classic for the fans of modern architecture.


There are so many different cultures in the world. Almost All cultures are formed in distinct ways by their mythologies.

So, traditional Japanese theatre is influenced by the Japanese ancient mythology.


“I didn’t have time to be anyone’s muse… I was too busy rebelling against my family and learning to be an artist.” – Leonora Carrington

Leonora Carrington was a British-born–Mexican artist, surrealist painter, and novelist. She was one of the last surviving participants in the Surrealist movement of the 1930s.


Looking back at the history of theatre we will find that in the beginning theatre plays were played in open space.

True the history many theatres buildings were build around the world. Some of them were destroyed, some of them forgotten and some of them still stand firm. We have made a list of 10 most famous theatres in the world.


When we say French cabaret first what we think is Moulen Rouge, but it is not real picture for the cabaret from its beginning. Originally, the French word “cabaret” meant any establishment that served alcoholic beverages and it is directly connected with popular art form that began in 1881 with the opening of Le Chat Noir in the Monmartre.


Dame Judith Olivia known as Judi Dench, (1934) is an English stage, film and television actress, singer and author, who like to paint and write.

Legendary Judi Dench, is women that you have to respect. She is a great actress, but she also have a strong will, lot of more strength and much charisma in her 80s, and even all health problems, she is still active, and she will never retire, because “retire“ as she said is the “rudest word “.