Mobile Radio presents Radio Art Zone
On air from 18th June – 25th September 2022
Radio Art Zone is a radio art project by Radio ARA and Mobile Radio for the European Capital of Culture Esch2022.
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Zvuky kódy obrazy / Sounds Codes Images
Zvuky kódy obrazy / Sounds Codes Images
With contributions by Anna Kvíčalová, Jitka Hlaváčková, Martin Flašar, Michal Nejtek, Viktor Pantůček, Milan Guštar, Josef Czeres, Helena Musilová, Michal Kindernay, Miloš Vojtěchovský, Martin Klimeš a Jakub Frank, Dušan Barok
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Like an Expedition Across Antarctica
Interview with Ivan Mečl Lenka Dolanová Black Edition
Apologies, this article is available only in Czech.
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New Publication
Cartography of (Eco)systems: Black Edition
The Agosto Foundation is pleased to announce a new publication comprising the interviews from the research project Cartography of (Eco)Systems : RurArtMap and Perpedian Map: Black Edition, and presenting 39 cultural and artistic initiatives from the Czech Republic. In various places where these projects have long been active, several notable themes have emerged, especially concerning the ecological and social aspects of these areas. The interviews were conducted in 2021, and provide a contemporary overview of the early cultural landscape of the Coronacene era.
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Cartography of (Eco)systems I Black Edition
10 – 12 June 2022 Veřejný sál Hraničář, Ústí nad Labem
We invite you to join us for the forum Cartography of (Eco)systems: Black Edition in June.
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Save the dates: June 10-12, 2022
Conference: Kartografie (Eko) systémů I RurArtMap a Perpedian Mapa I Black Edition Veřejný Sál Hraničář, Ústí nad Labem
This conference will provide a forum for the representatives of cultural initiatives across the Czech Republic to meet, and also invites anyone interested in topics related to the current state of culture in the regions outside of the capital city.
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New Book on Upsych 316a Universal Psychiatric Church Published
Print and digital versions available
We are pleased to announce the publication of a new compendium of texts and images of Upsych 316a - The Universal Psychiatric Church, which has been prepared by the Agosto Foundation and the Press Department of The Peerless Cooperative of the Holy Nurture.
Cultural trigger in Chomutov
Interview with Miroslav Koranda Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
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Another wave of creativity hits Ústí nad Labem
Miroslav Koranda Black Edition
Indifference is the Worst
Interview with Jana Nuslauerová Obnaženi Festival / Obnaženi Society Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
The Obnaženi society connects artists and cultural activists who have a personal relationship to Chomutov. Many members gained experience at various art schools and prestigious, international art projects, and since 2003 they have been bringing this experience to Chomutov


A Space for Timelessness
Löblhof & Artgrund Interview with Jan C. Löbl Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
The Löblhof & Artgrund art studio is based in Staňkovice in Litoměřice county, providing space for short-term residencies, symposia, and workshops, in addition to exhibitions in the recently opened Masthall exhibition hall. The V zahradách / In the gardens symposium project focuses on the topic of locality-specific interventions in the form of landscape installations, and the relationship between people and gardens, which it analyzes from various perspectives. The theme of any given year looks at gardens in various ways.
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Cottage Punk or Whatever in Kyjov
An Interview with Barbora Lungová Ondřej Navrátil Black Edition
Barbora Lungová is an artist who makes paintings with feminist and environmental themes. For the past two decades, she has been taking active part in the cultural, civic and political space of her hometown of Kyjov (pop. 11,000). She has an especially strong relationship with nature and the landscape, which have motivated a number of her projects focused on the caretaking of neglected spaces.
All the Sounds are Interconnected
Interview with Tomáš Šenkyřík Ondřej Navrátil Black Edition
Artist Tomáš Šenkyřík builds on his experience in the music scene, even though today he largely works in the gaps between disciplines. This is especially true for his field recordings of nature and landscapes, which he presents in the form of recordings, lectures, internet releases, and gallery installations.
An Online Platform and Web Archive Beginning 3 May, 2021
Through a series of exercises, methods and video guides, we are invited to focus on sound as a tool for relieving feelings of separation and isolation, as a tool for imagining better futures.
The Chef and the Pilot
The Peerless Cooperative of the Holy Nurture (JSD) Installation at Vzlet, March 2021
During the month of March in the showcase room Rohovka at Vzlet, the “future Prague palace of culture” in Vršovice (Holandská and Norská streets), the exhibition Kuchařka a pilot (The Chef and the Pilot) by Jedinečné Svatopěstitelské Družstvo (Peerless Cooperative of the Holy Nurture) is taking place.
Cartography of (Eco)systems
RurArtMap and Perpedian Map: Black Edition
This project focuses on the building of capacity of regional, cultural and art initiatives which take an active part in addressing societal issues, most importantly in the sphere of social issues and the environment.


Tamás Sajó
Art Historian in Residence
Dr. Tamás Sajó is an art historian, translator, travel guide and blogger. He specializes in reading and revealing the historical and cultural meaning of situated artworks (icons in churches, the genius loci of architectural ensembles, and the like) and historically-steeped places with a special interest in what has disappeared, or is in the process of being lost.
Artist Residency
Mateja Pavlic
Art Historian in Residence
Mateja Pavlic is a curator, art historian, cultural manager and translator whose central interest is Czech experimental poetry and Eastern European visual poetry.
Artist Residency
Lecture and Presentation by Martin Howse 1 September 2020, 6 PM Artmap Bookstore
Martin Howse will present the new work Particles, the background behind it, and talk about his collaboration during his Agosto Foundation residency with director Johana Ožvold on the feature film Pilgrim.
PIO Dynamo
Invalidovna / Studio ALTA, Prague 22–24 July, 2020
Prague Improvisation Orchestra (PIO), Studio Alta and Agosto Foundation present three days of concerts, sound art, video, electronic music, and sound/movement improvisation in the unique setting of Prague’s Invalidovna.
Artist Residency
Results of the Agosto Foundation’s Perpedes Grant Program 2020
Press Release 30 June 2020
For the 4th annual Perpedes grant program, the foundation received a total of 54 nominations. The selection process took place in two rounds, resulting in the selection of 10 projects for grant support. The Foundation will support the selected associations or initiatives with a total sum of 700,000 CZK, each project receiving 70,000 CZK.
Grant Program
Rise – Set
Paula Vitola Site-specific sound installation Live stream 5 July 2020, 6–8 PM
Unfortunately, we can't control the weather. So because the sun did not shine over Liepaja on Monday, we are postponing the event to Sunday 5 July. We cordially invite you to attend the performance and live stream on Paula Vitola’s youtube channel as part of her Agosto Foundation artist residency.
Night Trippers
Troja Château Gardens 1 July 2020, 5 PM
You are cordially invited to the next event of the Bio Troja program in the gardens of Troja Château. This time, the focus is on the subject of art, entomology, and the mysterious world of moths, butterflies, and beetles.
How to Become a Forest
Borbála Soós 19 May 2020, 6 PM CET A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent on request
Our current artist-in-residence, curator Borbála Soós, invites us on a journey in the form of an on-line performance lecture using Zoom teleconferencing.
Artist Residency
Paula Vitola
Artist in Residence
Paula Vitola is a Latvian intermedia artist based in Riga and Liepāja, mainly interested in art as research, art and science and media archeology.
Artist Residency
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Birdsong in Trója, Branišov and Skryje
SoundCamp REVEIL for the International Dawn Chorus Day 2–3 May 2020
A 24-hour broadcast of the dawn chorus of birdsong around the world from 5 AM London time (UTC 0+1) Saturday, 2 May to 6 AM Sunday, 3 May 2020.
Build and Pamper the Community
Interview with Pavlína Kalandrová 8jinak!
Apparently, things started off dismal and grey. The main motives for the 8jinak! association came about from the controversial construction of a new town hall at Palmovka, the fates of the constructivist monument Palác Svět and the Libeň bridge, and the overall urbanist development planning in Prague’s 8th District. But the association eventually started enjoying the work they were doing on behalf of the neighborhood. They have organized exhibitions, screenings, workshops and open-air concerts for their fellow citizens, and have also developed an experimental film program that is community-oriented and locally inspired. By collecting and digitalizing historical analog films, they are working towards preserving the visual memory of Prague 8. In this interview, we speak with Pavlína Kalandrová, a member of the 8jinak! association.
Working for a Smaller Community Makes a Lot of Sense
Interview with Jonathan Hudec, Martin Herold and Jiří Dalecký St. Havel Gallery, Mladá Boleslav
The St. Havel Gallery in Mladá Boleslav had its first exhibition in 2017 as part of the Noc Kostelů (Night of Churches). The initial impulse came from the availability of an unused cultural space which would be independent from the city. The motivation was to introduce a distinct alternative to the operation of the city’s cultural centers. This interview took place on 28 January, 2020 with Jonatan Hudec, Martin Herold and Jiří Dalecký who run the St. Havel Gallery.
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It Started with Yellow Walls
An Interview with Kateřina Skalíková Za Opavu
Za Opavu – “For Opava” – is a long-running association that can be described as a multifaceted organizer of local cultural and social life in the Opava region. Its central goals are the protection of cultural patrimony, the environment and healthy living conditions in the city of Opava and its surroundings. The members of the group actively work as political cultural opposition to city leadership, offering cultural commentary on Opava and its regional planning.
Grant Program
Perpedes Grant Program
The Perpedes Grant Program fosters a closer connection between artistic and cultural activities, and the daily lives of various social strata and communities, on both local and regional scales.
Grant Program
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Call for Nominations 2020
Perpedes Grant Program
As part of its grant program Perpedes, the Agosto Foundation requests nominations from the general public for the support of the activities of individual artists, as well as for artistic or cultural projects.
Grant Program
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Sea Tomorrow
A Film by Katerina Suvorova 27 January 2020, 8:30 PM Cinema Ponrepo
Kazakhstan / Germany, 2016, 88 minDirector: Katerina SuvorovaCinematography: Eugen SchlegelProducers: Sain Gabdullin, Stefan Grobe and Anna Vilgelmi, KINO Company StudioLanguage: Russian / Kazakh with English subtitles
Speculative Ecologies Launch and Podcast
26 January 2020, 5-11 PM Punctum – Krásovka 803/27, 130 00 Praha 3 – Žižkov
We would cordially like to invite the public to a launch of a new anthology of essays called Speculative Ecologies: Plotting Through the Mesh (Litteraria Pragensia Books, 2019). The evening will feature lectures and a live podcast.