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About Us

Czech Center New York
at the Bohemian National Hall (between 1st and 2nd Avenue)
321 E 73rd Street
New York, NY 10021

Opening Hours:
Office: Monday-Friday  10am-6pm
Gallery:  Daily 10am-6pm

Phone: 646-422-3399
Fax: 646-422-3383
info@czechcenter.com
www.czechcenter.com


Directions:
Take subway Q train to 72nd Street or 6 train to 68th Street - Hunter College or 77th Street.

Czech Centers

Czech Centres, a contributory organization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, are the core instrument of public diplomacy of the Czech Republic’s foreign policy, and strive to support the reputation of the Czech Republic in the world. As a cultural institute, Czech Centres are members of the network of European cultural institutes – EUNIC. They present our country in a wide range of cultural and social areas: from art through the creative industries to the achievements of Czech science and innovations.They also provide Czech language courses in foreign countries. They participate in international projects and serve as a platform for the development of international cultural dialogue. At present, there are 25 branches across three continents – in addition to Czech Centres these also include the Czech Houses in Moscow, Jerusalem and Bratislava.

OUR TEAM

Miroslav Konvalina
Director
Email: konvalina@czech.cz
Phone: 646-422-3398

 

 

 

 



Jan Žahour 
Assistant Director
Email: zahour@czechcenter.com
Telefon: 646-422-3399

 

 




Tereza Novická
Program manager
Email: novicka@czechcenter.com

 

 

 



 

Marek Milde
Exhibition and Production Manager
Email: milde@czechcenter.com

 

 

 



 

Public Relations & Communications Office
Email: info@czechcenter.com
Phone: 646-422-3395


Volunteers

Eva Novotná

Lucie Pátková

Anežka Kuncová


Czech Centers are members of the European Union of National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC).

Bohemian National Hall on Google Maps Virtual Tour

Come and take a VIRTUAL TOUR of the Bohemian Nation Hall
Our five-story building was designed by William C. Frohne in the Renaissance Revival style, and built in 1896 and renovated in 2008. It is a rare survivor of the many social halls built in the nineteenth century for New York City's immigrant ethnic communities. BNH hosts many cultural events and celebrates the arts, film, literature, education and more.
It is also a monument to the history of immigrants in New York City and the United States.