VALDSTEJN LOGGIA - Jičín - Sedličky 4, 506 01

Albrecht of Valdstejn established his prestigious suburban villa, now the Loggia and the adjacent Libosad park, at the foot of Zebin hill. The selected location enabled the garden to be equipped with fountains and water to be drawn to fill large pools. The complex was never finished. However, the Loggia’s terrace is the place where five landscape axes meet, the ends of which point to the sunsets and sunrises on the equinoxes and solstices. The stage of the Duke’s grand courtly feasts should probably also have been the refuge for this great character, whose life was governed by the horoscope and astrology.


DIOD - Tyršova 1565/12, Jihlava

This relatively new space for independent projects is located in the building of Sokol Jihlava, which was recentely reconstructed. It has been opened since 1.4.2011. As a cultural center of the region Vysocina, we offer technicaly well equipped “black box” with variable space settings and capacity, therefore it can be easily adjusted to different requirements. Dramaturgy of this theatre is wide open and it offers realization of the artistical and social projects of regional authors and event organizers. We also host drama and dance projects from all over the country and thereby we expand the awareness about contemporary art in the region. DIOD has an ambition to become a center, where social and artistical questions will be discussed and where the community life and the values of civil society will be fulfilled. With foundation of DIOD the new important spot appeared on the map of Czech Republic for all independent ensembles to present themselves and create.



Kredance operates in the České Budějovice since 2010 and its activities are directed toward the theatre, public and virtual space. Kredance is focus on contemporary dance and motion theatre. Kredance is open to all who are open to new ideas, creativity and active approach to life. Kredance aims to create a friendly environment for meetings of artists and supporters of contemporary art in the South Bohemia.


KLUB ART - Beethovenova, Opava

Klub ART – modern clubhouse space with capacity for 70-250 people. Visitors can attend musical evenings (rock, jazz, electronics, alternative), dance evenings or  theater performances (Malá inventura Opava). The club also hosts a number of alternative cultural events within traditional city festivals, and regularly also Jeden svět Festival.


STUDIO ALTA: U Výstaviště 21, Praha 7

Festival center

Opening hours: 21. – 28. 2. / 10:00 – 18:00
Contact for accrediation:
TEL.:  +420 775 745 878

Studio ALTA is a multicultural center and creative hub focused on contemporary dance. In the four industrial halls in Holešovice with an area of almost 1 800 m2 there is a theatre, two theatres for artistic research and creative workshops, studios and shared offices. The studio ALTA is dominated by bold, innovative works designed to inspire engagement, creativity, sharing, and constructive dialogue with otherness.



Studio Hrdinů, Veletržní palác: Dukelských hrdinů 530/47, Praha 7

Studio Hrdinů  is an open theatre space notable for its clearly defined dramaturgy and a distinctive circle of theatre collaborators. The main dramaturgical line is based on original arthouse directorial projects, with an emphasis on international productions, transcending genres and boundaries of artistic disciplines. Studio Hrdinů strives for a challenging, yet understandable dramaturgy. Formally, the production of Studio Hrdinů is drama, giving prominence to experimental approach and artistic aspects.


Divadlo Archa: Na Poříčí 1047/26, Praha 1

Archa is a centre for contemporary stage art, without regard to barriers of genre. Archa acts as a production house, where contemporary art is created and presented. Archa does not have a stable ensemble / its own performances are created as projects. Archa is a place for international confrontation of stage art. Archa is a place where different cultures meet. Archa presents its own performances not only in the spaces of the theatre, but also elsewhere, for example in public spaces. Archa places equal emphasis on the theatrical and social functions of the theatre.


Alfred ve dvoře: Františka Křížka 495/36, Praha 7

Alfred ve dvoře (Alfred in the Courtyard), the stage for new theatre, presents progressive performance works and unique creation-based projects. The focus is on contemporary directions in live art, especially on physical theatre, visual performance and experimental works. Motus, Prague is the platform around which many prominent Prague-based independent artist groups have been formed since 2001, including: Krepsko, Handa Gote Research and Development, Secondhand Women, Wariot Ideal, Stage Code, Boca Loca Lab, and DoMA/At Home.


Divadlo Ponec: Husitská 899/24A, Praha 3

PONEC – the dance venue – is an award-winning project by Tanec Praha, celebrated for its artistic use of the former Ponec cinema in 1998. The concept of this first dance house – orprofessional venue for contemporary dance in the Czech Republic – received support from the Žižkov town hall and a 25-year contract, under the condition that the reconstruction of the run-down building would be completed and financed within three years. The main program of PONEC, which consists of productions by high-profile companies and artists carefully selected by the artistic management of Tanec Praha, also features interesting projects in cooperation with non-profit organizations, such as Bajkazyl, AutoMAT and others.


MeetFactory: Ke Sklárně 3213/15, Praha 5

MeetFactory is a non-profit international art center established in 2001 by artist David Černý. As a result of the floods in 2002 it was necessary to leave the original premises in Prague – Holešovice and the project was resurrected three years later in an industrial building in Prague’s Smíchov district, in a specific area between the motorway and the active railroad. The MeetFactory program features four dramaturgical lines – music, galleries, theatre, and a program of residential stays for artists. The theatre program focuses on the interpretation of contemporary prose and experimental interdisciplinary projects, often involving visual artists, musicians or non-actors.


The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art: Poupětova 1, Praha 7

Centrum současného umění DOX (The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art) is a multi-functional space created thanks to a private initiative through the reconstruction of a former factory in Prague’s Holešovice districtThe name DOX is derived on the Greek word doxa, which among other things means a way of perceiving things, an opinion, a conviction. DOX’s programme differs from other similar exhibition institutions (the combination of a “kunsthalle” with a multifunctional cultural centre) primarily through art projects incorporating critical reflection on current social topics and issues overlapping with other “non-artistic” areas and disciplines such as psychology, philosophy, history, sociology, political science, etc.

Venuše ve Švehlovce

Venuše ve Švehlovce: Slavíkova 1499/22, Praha 3

Venus in Švehlovec is a newly established cultural center in the hall of Švehlova koleje. Represents a permanent scene for Depressed Children Desires for Money, Lachende Bestien and Chemical Theater. Space is also open to other events fitting into its artistic concept, including alternative theatre, workshops, recitals, screenings, dance performances and community perfectly adapted to creative residencies, shows, workshops, conferences, discussions, lectures, exhibitions and happenings.


La Fabrika: Komunardů 1001/30, Praha 7

La Fabrika is a cultural centre in the heart of the Holesovice district in Prague. From its inception La Fabrika was conceived as a multi-purpose establishment suitable for creating and presenting all kinds of audio and visual projects such as Concert and Theatre performances that require spatial solutions.
It is also commonly used for Media Exhibitions, Lectures and workshops.


Werichova vila: U Sovových mlýnů 501/7, Praha 1

The Werich Villa Art Centre is an open multicultural platform offering permanent exhibitions as well as theatre performances, concerts, lectures, discussions and creative workshops for a wide spectrum of visitors. The Werich Villa, together with the nearby Kampa Museum art gallery, was established and is operated by the Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation.

The permanent exhibitions in the Werich Villa and the program of live and performance arts are oriented primarily on the life and work of the actor, playwright and writer, Jan Werich.

The Wrich Villa is a meeting point of all generations thanks to its wide cultural offer and the interest of enthusiastic visitors and public.



Národní galerie v Praze - Veletržní palác: Dukelských Hrdinů 47, Praha 7

The National Gallery in Prague was established by and its activity is based on Law No. 148/1949 Coll. on the National Gallery in Prague. The original idea that has lasted since the establishment of the National Gallery has been present in all the complicated peripeties of the Gallery’s development: to elevate the nation’s spirit through works of art. This ideal is considered the mission of the National Gallery even today.



The Linhart Foundation and the Communication Space Školská 28 opened a long-awaited new cultural area in Letná.