16. 11. 2019 - 16. 11. 2019
Prague’s Theatre Night to take place in more than 45 locations on Saturday, 16 November
23. 10. 2019 - 24. 10. 2019
THEATRE AND FREEDOM: Paradigm Shift(s) in the Independent Theatre Culture in Europe after 1989
The year when we remember the 30th anniversary of political changes in Central and Eastern Europe calls upon looking back on 1990s ideas and hopes. It is independent theatre, which was a key platform for the attempts for their implementation not only at aesthetic and artistic, but also at social and political levels...
11. 6. 2019 - 11. 6. 2019
AUDIENCE.LAB: DISCOVER the TEENAGERS
25. 4. 2019 - 25. 4. 2019
Focal point: Culture of Mobility in the Time of Climate Change
What is the impact of the international exchange in culture on the climate of our planet? How does it influence today cities and how can we measure it? How can public institutions give a boost to sustainable mobility within their funding programmes? Discuss and share your ideas how to cultivate international cultural...
19. 9. 2018 - 19. 9. 2018
Focal Point: Czech Dance in Data
Since 2016 the ATI has performed extensive research of Czech dance and related fields. It publishes the data in the “Czech Dance in Data” edition. Many interesting findings was the impulse for the authors to organize a conference where figures of ballet, contemporary dance, nonverbal theatre and contemporary...
30. 5. 2018 - 30. 5. 2018
Střed zájmu: Cooperation Asia-Europe
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the Arts and Institute would like to cordially invite you to the meeting regarding cultural cooperation between artists and cultural workers fro Europe and Asia.
26. 5. 2018 - 27. 5. 2018
Too soon Too late to remind us of the important year of 1918 as part of the annual celebrations
The in situ performative exhibition Too Soon Too Late is part of the cycle 100 Years on: 1918 European Dreams of Modernity, prepared by the Brussels cultural centre BOZAR for 2018 in association with cultural institutes, or permanent representations and local partners in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary,...
22. 5. 2018 - 22. 5. 2018
Lecture and Innovation and Creativity
We would like to invite you to the lecture and workshop Innovation and Creativity organized by the Academy of the Arts and Theatre Institute. The lecture “How to Innovate. Models and Principles for Getting New Ideas” takes place on 22nd May, the workshop called “Innovation Sprint. Strenghtening Creativity in...
9. 5. 2018 - 24. 6. 2018
Czech theatre photography
Theatre and theatre artists tried to enforce social changes, they were close to the pivotal moments of Czech history, they helped form, cultivate and implement the Czech language and culture, and they have succeeded in directly influencing the political development of the state on the way to democracy a few times.
4. 5. 2018 - 30. 5. 2018
The SALON of Czech and Slovak Scenography 2018
The Salon of Czech and Slovak Scenography 2018 presents works by Czech and Slovak scenographers and opens the way for their complex reception and reflection. It is a platform, where professionals and scenography students (as wide as the concept can be – light and sound design, costume design, video art and other...
16. 11. 2017 - 30. 12. 2017
Iva Němcová exhibition
The exhibition presents works by the prematurely deceased extraordinary Czech scenographer Iva Němcová (1980–2015). It is a unique opportunity to have an insight in the creative process of her exquisite and inspiring, yet unfinished work.
12. 10. 2017 - 14. 10. 2017
Permeable Boundaries symposium
The celebrations of the 50th PQ culminated at the international meeting of curators and scenographers, which took place from 12th to 14th October 2017 in Prague. The symposium, which is characteristically called Permeable Boundaries, took place in the former Federal Assambly, which created imaginary political...
22. 9. 2017
Focal Point: ART CRITICISM – A PUBLIC AFFAIR?
International seminar on the current state of art criticism. Organised by the Arts and Theatre Institute (ATI) in cooperation with the Arts Council Norway and supported by the EEA/Norway Financial Mechanism.