Vzdělávací a kulturní centrum Židovského muzea v Praze / Educational and Cultural Centre of the Jewish Museum in Prague
The Centre organizes educational and cultural programmes, lectures, combined programmes and workshops, which are designed not only for students, tutors and scholars, who are interested in the jewish topics, but also for the general public. These programmes are also focused on the topics, which were mentioned only marginally till now. Website in Czech and English.
Maiselova 15 (3. patro) 110 00 Praha 1
The D.I.V.O. Institute is a living museum where art is displayed, created and discussed. As a non-profit-making organization, it is financed by donations and grants. In a local context, the Institute will strive to overcome the boredom and disorientation that prevails in European contemporary art and provincial towns by providing a vibrant and exciting alternative.The "inhabited sculpture" is an excellent solution for this difficult mission. Not only will it facilitate a melting pot for a variety of creative fields (Visual Art, Theatre, Film and Music) but also will lead to the creation of a colourful, living art-work which addresses people who would otherwise have no easy access to contemporary art. It will form a framework for regular artistic events, readings, concerts, performances and discussions and help to create a strong local and international network. The program of cultural events that the Institute provides for the people of Kolin will bring international contemporary art to the Prague periphery, helping to stimulate both international tourism and European dialogue. Invited artists will be offered a testing ground for artistic experiment within the small town of Kolin and will have a forum for international exchange with other visiting artists. Website in English only. Na Petříně 232 280 02 Kolín
UNIjazz - sdružení pro podporu kulturních aktivit / UNIjazz - association for support cultural activities
Unijazz is a civic association that was established in 1987 and is one of the only organisations engaged in the activities of the former \"Jazz section\". It´s database contains various individuals and organisations based in the Czech Republic and assists them in realising their cultural projects. Unijazz publishes a non-commercial monthly magazine UNI, which oriented primarily towards the young, more particular readers. Music, mostly rock, jazz and contemporary music makes up more than one half of its content. The organization also organizes three large music festivals and runs a cultural club. It has a few thousand member's base in the Czech Republic. Website in Czech and English. Jindřišská 5 110 00 Praha 1