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Invitation for international participative and participatory conference OVER THE EDGE / ZA HRANOU

The Arts and Theatre Institute has the pleasure to invite you to participate in the international participative & participatory conference ZA HRANOU / OVER THE EDGE RISK: FEAR AND COURAGE IN (THEATRE) CREATION. The conference takes place on 13-14 May 2017.

May 10, 2017 3:45 PM More

‘Fund Your Artistic Move’ Discussion Forum: Cultural Mobility and Strategies in Support of the Arts in Europe and Asia

The Arts and Theatre Institute (ATI) is organising on 5 and 6 June 2013 in Prague a meeting of representatives from Asian and European institutions and organisations that support artistic and cultural mobility. The part of the programme open to the public will take place on 6 June starting at 3 pm in the foyer of the New Stage of the National Theatre, where the results of this unique meeting will be presented and anyone in the Czech Republic interested in international cooperation in the arts will have an opportunity to speak directly with representatives of key European and Asian organisations that support international cooperation.

May 23, 2013 3:02 PM More

Discussion Forum: Cultural Mobility and Strategies of Support for Art in Europe and Asia

Discussion Forum: Cultural Mobility and Strategies of Support for Art in Europe and Asia will present the results of the meeting openly and offer for room for discussion with those in the Czech Republic interested in international cooperation with European and Asian partners. Simultaneous translation into Czech and English will be provided. The forum will be held on 6 June 2013 at the Foyer of the New Stage of the National Theatre.

Apr 29, 2013 1:30 PM More

230 Years of the Estates Theatre in Prague – the Creative Potential of One Theatre in a European Context

On 21 April 2013, it will be 230 years since the Estates Theatre in Prague opened its doors (1783). In Prague’s theatre history this stage occupies an exceptional position. It was the first theatre in the Czech lands to be assigned an enlightening function by its founder and builder Count František Antonín Nostic. It was intended to serve as an institution for the edification and education of the nation, and it was meant to fulfil this function for both the German and Czech populations in Prague and to do so by maintaining a multilingual repertoire of drama and opera works. Until 1862 Czech and German companies shared the theatre. In 1862 the Prague Provisional Theatre (Prozatímní divadlo) opened and was the first independent Czech theatre. Until 1920 the Estates Theatre, with its German-language repertoire, was one of Europe’s most prominent theatres and had active international ties. In 1920 the theatre was taken over by a Czech company.

Apr 27, 2012 5:31 PM More

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