Guided Tour of the Bohemian National Hall

Apr 14, 2012

GUIDED TOUR. Experience the architecture and history of the Bohemian National Hall from 1896 to the present . Free admission.

The European Youth Orchestra

Apr 11, 2012

Panel discussion held on the occasion of the orchestra's tour in the US

Guided Tour of the Bohemian National Hall

Mar 10, 2012

GUIDED TOUR. Experience the architecture and history of the Bohemian National Hall from 1896 to the present

A Celebration of Charter 77: Then and Now

Jan 6, 2012

A WORLDWIDE CELEBRATION OF the 35th anniversary of Czechoslovakia's landmark human rights declaration, co-authored by Václav Havel

Saint Nicholas Day Party

Dec 4, 2011

Celebration of St. Nicholas Day. Party for children.

Fulbright Concert of Contemporary Music

Dec 3, 2011

A concert to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the binational agreement of founding the J. William Fulbright Commission between the U.S.A. and Czechoslovakia.

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Archdiocese of Prague

In 973 AC, the first Prague bishop, Dětmar (Ditmars), was instated. His successor Vojtěch (St. Adalbert) is the patron of the Archdiocese of Prague. Thanks to the initiative of Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV, the Diocese of Prague was upgraded to Archdiocese. The first Archbishop of Prague was Arnošt z Pardubic (Ernest from Pardubice), who also initiated the building of St. Vitus Cathedral. The Archbishop of Prague obtained the right to crown the Czech kings and queens. Since 1348, when Charles University was established, the Archbishop has also served as the Great Chancellor of the University. Since 2007, the Archdiocese of Prague has consisted of 247 parishes with 889 churches situated in the center of Bohemia. 

Austrian Cultural Forum

The Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY), is an agency of the Republic of Austria, and part of the Austrian Consulate General in New York. With its architectural landmark building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York is the cultural embassy of Austria in the United States. It hosts more than 100 free events annually and showcases Austrian contemporary art, music, literature, and academic thought in New York. The Austrian Cultural Forum houses around 10,000 volumes in its state-of-the-art library, and enjoys long-standing and flourishing partnerships with many venerable cultural and academic institutions throughout New York and the United States.


Academy of Performing Arts in Prague



The Academy of Fine Arts in Prague was established in 1799 by a decree passed by Emperor Franz I. The impetus for the creation of the Academy came from the “Society of Patriotic Art Lovers”, a philanthropic fellowship of enlightened aristocrats who had previously founded the Picture Gallery (today’s National Gallery) and thus laid the foundation for the preservation of individual artworks and collections, as well as for education in the arts. In 1925 the school became the first art school in Bohemia to acquire the status of a university. It gradually expanded its fields of study (in 1945, for example, the Art Conservation Department was opened), and in 1990 internal reforms led to multimedia disciplines becoming part of its program.

BBLA - Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association

The Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association (BBLA), established in 1891, was founded as an umbrella organization representing approximately eighty Czech and Slovak cultural, educational and athletic community groups and clubs.




Bubny Memorial of Silence = Památník Šoa Praha o.p.s.

The non-profit organization Memorial Shoah Praha o.p.s. was founded in late 2012 for the purpose of rebuilding the railway station Bubny in a modern center for contemporary history called the Memorial of Silence. The non-profit organization cooperates with other museums and memorials that deal with the Shoah issue, with the Jewish community in Prague, with the Faculty of Education, the Institute for Contemporary History and other


Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Los Angeles


Consulate General of the Czech Republic in New York


Consulate General of the Slovak Republic in New York





Czech and Slovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU)

The SVU is an independent non-profit international cultural organization dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, the free dissemination of ideas, and the fostering of contact among people. It brings together scholars, scientists, artists, writers, students, lawyers, businessmen and others, throughout the world who have, because of their ethnic background or professional calling, have an interest in the Czech Republic and/ or Slovakia, their histories, peoples or their cultural and intellectual contributions.

Czech Invest

Business and Investment Development Agency Czech Invest, is an agency of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Established in 1992, the agency contributes to attracting foreign investment and developing domestic companies through its services and development programs. Czech Invest also promotes the Czech Republic abroad and acts as an intermediary between the EU and small and medium-sized enterprises in implementing structural funds in the Czech Republic.
Czech Invest is exclusively authorized to file applications for investment incentives at the competent governing bodies and prepares draft offers to grant investment incentives. Its task is also to provide potential investors current data and information on business climate, investment environment and investment opportunities in the Czech Republic.


Czech Radio

Czech Radio is the only public service radio in the Czech Republic. Next to its main 4 nationwide full service format stations, Czech Radio offers also 4 special stations focusing on news and current affairs, classical music, popularization of science and applied technical sciences, and young audience. Further, Czech Radio broadcasts abroad in 6 languages including Czech (service for compatriots living abroad).


Czech Television

CT – Czech Television is the public service broadcaster in the Czech Republic. Program television is broadcasting a broad range of genres, news provider, broadcaster of major sports events, and important producer of films, documentaries and current affairs programs.


Czech Tourism

The Czech Tourism agency, along with its offices abroad, ensures its successful presentation on the domestic and foreign markets. The Czech Tourism Authority – Czech Tourism is a contributory organization of the Ministry for Regional Development and was established in 1993. Its significant partner agencies include domestic tourist regions, cities, municipalities and businesses.


The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) is a modern, university-level art school. It offers artistic personalities who have a broad cultural perspective and intense desire for profound learning the opportunity to integrate theatrical knowledge and skill with artistic experiment. DAMU is a higly selective school, providing professional education in all the branches of theatre creation: acting, directing, dramaturgy, scenography, theory and criticism, theatre management, authorial creation, and drama in education in the fields of regular and alternative theatre, performance studies and puppetry. The most important personalities of Czech theatrical life teach here and a number of important foreign experts work as guest professors (including Charles Marowicz, Oleg Tabakov and others). The course of study includes bachelors, masters and doctoral level studies. The school has a significant number of international contacts and actively encourages residencies at various European schools.

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, D. C.




EUNIC is the network of the European National Institutes for Culture. Formed in 2006, EUNIC is a recognized leader in culture cooperation governed by its 33 members from 27 countries and over 90 clusters based in different locations around the globe. EUNIC’s members work in over 150 countries with over 2,000 branches and thousands of local partners. They work in the arts, language, youth, education, science, intercultural dialogue and development sectors. The members employ over 25,000 staff and have a combined turnover of more than €2.5bn. The EUNIC network is based on open cooperation and works in a bottom up NGO-style with a compact, independent and flexible administration. EUNIC’s mission is to promote European values and to contribute to cultural diversity inside and outside of the EU, through collaboration between European cultural institutes around the world. EUNIC’s aim is to expand the role of culture in Europe, and to strengthen cultural dialogue, exchange and sustainable cooperation with countries outside the EU.


Film and TV School (FAMU) is an integral part of The Academy of Performing Arts, which was founded after World War II, in 1947. It is the fifth oldest film school in the world. Its graduates include many influential filmmakers and scriptwriters, many known within international contexts such as Oscar winners or laureates of international film festivals. In addition, most people working in the Czech Republic’s film and TV industry in artistic or production positions, as well as still-photographers in various media are graduates from FAMU.

Forum 2000 Foundation

The Forum 2000 Foundation was established in 1996 as a joint initiative of the late President Václav Havel, Japanese philanthropist Yohei Sasakawa, and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel. Forum 2000 pursues the legacy of Václav Havel by supporting the values of democracy and respect for human rights, assisting the development of civil society, and encouraging religious, cultural and ethnic tolerance. It provides a platform for global leaders, as well as thinkers and courageous individuals from every field of endeavor, to openly debate and share these critical issues.