Slovak puppet, costume, and scenic designer. Eva Farkašová graduated from the Department of Puppetry (Katedra loutkářství) of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Divadelní akademie múzických umění, or DAMU) in 1977. She is a famous Slovak artist who works with all the professional Slovak puppet theatres, as well as with many opera and theatre companies in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Switzerland, and Taiwan.

From 1975 to 1982, Eva Farkašová collaborated with Pavol Uher at the State Puppet Theatre in Bratislava, Štátne bábkové divadlo), on Peter a vlk (Peter and the Wolf, 1977), Petruška (Petrushka, 1979), and Alica v krajine zázrakov (Alice in Wonderland, 1992). In the 1980s, she often worked with Ján Uličiansky, mainly at the Košice Puppet Theatre, on Janko Pipora (1983), Peter Pan (1984), Radúz a Ľudmila (Raduz and Ludmila, 1984), and other productions. In the 1990s, she began her intensive collaboration with Marián Pecko at Bábkové divadlo na Rázcestí (Puppet Theatre at the Crossroads), formerly Krajské bábkové divadlo (County Puppet Theatre) in Banská Bystrica, as well as with Polish directors such as Wojciech Szelachowski and Piotr Tomaszuk.

Since 2000, Eva Farkašová regularly works in puppet and actors’ theatres in Poland. In 2000, she worked for the National Theatre in Taipei (Taiwan) and for Theater Basel in Switzerland (staging the production Chineses Číňania), also becoming involved in opera at this time. In 2002/2003, she worked for the National Theatre in Prague, and co-operated with television companies in Slovakia and Poland.

Eva Farkašová exhibited her stylized puppets and puppetry artefacts abroad at exhibitions in France (Paris, Charleville-Mézières, Perigeau) and in Great Britain (Leeds). She is a pedagogue of The Department of Puppetry in The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia.  

(See Slovakia.)