Czech theatre returns to the Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio. The exhibition Shakespeare in Prague: Imagining the Bard in the Heart of Europe showcases scenographic designs, photographs, costumes and models related to important Czech productions of William Shakespeare’s plays from the early 20th century until nowadays. The exhibition is organized by the Columbus Museum of Art in cooperation with the Arts and Theatre Institute and the National Museum.Feb 10, 2017 2:53 AM More
The Arts and Theatre Institute and Creative Europe Office invite you to the meeting about international mobility opportunities with Marie Le Sourd, Secretary General of the international association On the Move. The meeting takes place on 13th February 2017 from 1 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. in Studio Alta, U Výstaviště 21, Praha 7.Jan 23, 2017 3:25 PM More
The purpose of the study is to make an attempt to identify, which technologies — including applied ICT _ — have influenced the way of compositional thinking and thinking about music, performing and realization, spreading, selling and consumption of music and education, i.e. the condition of the music sector, and how they have done it.Moreover, it identifies potential benefits/opportunities and risks of current trends, which could, of course, change their polarity and importance during the time.Nov 14, 2016 10:58 AM More
The mission of the Arts and Theatre Institute is to provide the Czech and international public with a comprehensive range of services in the field of theatre and individual services connected to other branches of the arts (music, literature, dance and visual arts). The ATI collects objects and work relating to the theatre, processes and provides access to them, pursues research, initiates and participates in international projects, and publishes scholarly work.