The Multiplace is a net of people and organizations, which are interested in the media and technologies interaction with art, culture and society. There is held the annual festival in several cities and towns. The festival takes place in spring,in April, takes 10 days and offers about one hundred of concerts, performances, workshops, exhibitions, lectures, discussions and others events. Website in Czech and English.
A virtual public gallery, connected to the exhibitions of the gallery in the foyer of Palac Akropolis. AGalerie is comprised of permeant exhibitons and an archival database. Website in Czech and English. Palác Akropolis Kubelíkova 27 130 00 Praha 3
Archiv výtvarného umění / Archive of Fine Arts Association
The Archive of Fine Arts Association works in art and culture areas, but the association is focused on takeover, extension, computer processing and making documents about Czech and Slovak fine art (collected by Jiří Hůla in 1984-2003) accessible. Website in Czech and English. nám. Smiřických 49 281 63 Kostelec nad Černými Lesy
Website leading to the world of modern architecture. Every day it brings information about all important things happening in the field of Czech and world architecture. The web-site is not limited and therefore there is enough space for complex information about architectural activities even outside the traditional centres. It offers architects and builders an opportunity to present their work and products. Website in Czech and English. Vídeňská 23 639 00 Brno
ART - Oborová brána Umění a architektura / ART - Subject Gateway Art and Architecture
Subject gateway ART provides to the users simultaneous searching in different Czech and foreign resources (library catalogues, union catalogues, full text databases etc.) from the field of art, architecture and related subjects through one user interface. Website in Czech and English.
AHICE (Art historian information from central Europe) / Art Historian Information from Central Europe (AHICE)
The service AHICE was created to provide easier access to information about events in the domain of art history in four Central European countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. The website is administered by representatives of each of the countries. Website in English.