Filozoficko-přírodovědecká fakulta v Opavě / Faculty of Philosophy
The Faculty of Philosophy and Science (FPS) in Opava started in 1990 as a Faculty of the Masaryk University in Brno and in 1991 it became part of the Silesian University in Opava. The Faculty teaches the subjects of arts (history, museology, archaeology, the Czech language, foreign languages, and library science), sciences (physics and computer science) and one art subject of creative photography. Website in Czech and English. Bezručovo náměstí 1150/13 746 01 Opava
Fakulta filozofická, Západočeská univerzita v Plzni / Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of West Bohemia
The primary mission of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the UWB is to provide for a high-quality education in the accredited study programmes within the fields of Humanities, Social Science, Philology, and History, and to develop a fully fledged research activity. Currently, the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the UWB comprises the Department of Philosophy, the Department of Politics and International Relations, the Department of English Language and Literature, the Department of German Studies, the Department of Roman Languages, the Department of Archaeology, the Department of Antropology and Historical Science, and the Department of Sociology. The study programmes of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the UWB have been designed in order to complement the range of study programmes offered by other Czech colleges and universities where needed, and to accord to the up-to-date educational structure of the EU countries. Website in Czech and English.
Sedláčkova 38 306 14 Plzeň
Filozofická fakulta, Univerzita Karlova v Praze / Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Charles University, Prague
The Faculty is composed of 46 basic working units (29 institutes, 14 Chairs, a centre for comparative studies, a language centre, a centre for Ibero-American studies), of 4 specialized working units (a scientific information centre, an international sinological centre, a history cabinet, a mediatheke and two scholarly research institutes (the Czech Institute of Egyptology, the Institute of the Czech National Corpus). Since being given its independence at the beginning of the past century, the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Charles University has been concentrating on its principal concerns - the humanities. As a result it is now one of the biggest and most important humanistic institutions in the Czech Republic. Website in Czech and English. Nám. Jana Palacha 2 116 38 Praha 1
Especially Fiala Atelier deals with the restoration of art-craft relics and antiques. The aim of atelier is a high quality of restoration work, but also of other connected services. With the co-operation with related branches the atelier provides complex services including consultation by price valuation and antique purchase. Website in Czech and English. Na Chvalské tvrzi 858 190 00 Praha 9
The Five fields is engaged in sale, distribution and support of the non-commercial culture featuring solitaires, underground and experimentators. There are authors´ readings, small concerts and exhibitions taking place in their shop. They concentrate mainly on the sale in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, but they distribute foreign items, too. Website in Czech and English.
REKOMANDO (Polí5 & Day After aliance) Trojanova 9 120 00 Praha 2
Lidová konzervatoř a Múzická škola / Folk Conservatory and School of the Muses
An arts organization that provides cultural education programmes for children and adults. The school offers programmes in theatre, fine arts, music, dance, photography and video. Website only in Czech.
Foreigners in Bohemia has been systematically presenting, cataloguing and supporting non-commercial works by foreign artists residing in Bohemia since 2002. The project has been running by Theatre 29. The aim is to foster long term creative collaboration between them and Czech artists. This illustrates the phenomenon of multi-cultural existence, which has come part of, although not unique to, Czech culture and society. Website in Czech and English. Divadlo 29 Svaté Anežky České č.p. 29 530 02 Pardubice
Nadácia - Centrum súčasného umenia / Foundation - Center for Contemporary Arts
The Foundation - Center for Contemporary Arts is non-profit cultural organisation which supports all kinds of contemporary arts and stimulates their creation and presentation. The Foundation helps in the form of educational programs, grant programs, exhibitions, documentation and publication activity to improve and strengthen the Slovak cultural sector. The mission is to grant support for all forms of contemporary arts (mostly the visual arts), to stimulate the creation of a new generation of young artists, to support projects in the field of education and lifelong learning in culture and arts, and to strengthen the cultural sector. Website in Slovak and English. Kozia 11 811 03 Bratislava
The objective of Foundation člověk člověku is support of natural human relief among people. It supports projects in the field of upbringing, education, sport, health care, leisure time of children and youth. The Foundation also tries to help handicapped and underprivileged people. Website in Czech only. Ratajova 1113/8 148 00 Praha 4 - Kunratice
Nadace pro současné umění Praha / Foundation for Contemporary Arts Prague
The aim of FCA Prague is to support contemporary visual arts. Foundation program helps artists create artwork that is free of ideological and commercial pressure and also aims to strengthen the role of visual art in society. FCA PRAGUE carries out its mission in two fundamental areas: