The Agosto Foundation was founded in Prague in 2013 as a private entity to promote social and cultural programs, supporting their development and intersection through a transdisciplinary approach.

Jitka and Květa in their studio. 1990s. Photo: Jiří Hanke. Válová Sisters Archive
The Legacy of the Válová Sisters
A conference on Artistic Legacies, Together with a guided tour of the studio and house of Jitka and Květa Válová in Kladno Friday, 30 November, 2018 from 1 to 6 PM Bendlova Street no. 6, Kladno
Ostrava Commemorates Zdeněk Rossmann
World-renowned Graphic Artist to Have Memorial Plaque 8 November, 2018, 5 PM Fiducia Club, Ostrava
Noc na Karlštejně (Olaf Larus-Racek, 1919, 44 min.)
Haunted Castles
Beth Custer, Pavel Fajt, Martin Alaçam, Vladimír Václavek, Lloyd Dunn, Hearn Gadbois and František Skála 4 December, 2018, at 6 and 8:30 PM Cinema Ponrepo
Sokolowsko’s Sanatorium of Sound
Sound Art and Experimental Music Make for a Surprising Boom in the Forest Sára Vybíralová
Results of the Agosto Foundation’s Perpedes Grant Program 2018
Press Release 10 October, 2018
Saša Spačal (Transversal) & Jiří Suchánek (Atomtón)
Sound Performances Petrohradská kolektiv 17 October, 2018, 8 PM
Connections Continuum
Saša Spačal Artist talk Prague College – Bishop’s Court 11 October 2018, 6 PM free admission
The Most Beautiful Catastrophe
Art and Ecology in V4 and Beyond
Genesis 2.0
Genesis 2.0
A film by Christian Frei 21 November, 2018, 8:30 PM Cinema Ponrepo Pre-screening discussion (in Czech) at Náprstkovo Museum, 6 PM
Agosto Residency Program 2019
Supported Artists
Architecture and the Senses: Program
Seminar, Workshops, Discussion National Technical Museum Center for Architectural Heritage Plasy Mathey Hall, Plasy Monastery, Opatská konírna 12–14 October 2018
Sophisticated Spectacularity
Interview with Julien Maire