Artists from Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia together with Belgian artists have created a performative exhibition – tailor made for the building of the Centre for Fine Arts – inspired by the centenary anniversary of the independence of the States of Central Europe. The audience is invited to walk freely through the site specific environment where they can watch dance pieces, performative actions and video installations, unfold continuously, in loops of 90 minutes.

This project is a co-production that includes artists from seven countries of Central and Eastern Europe and Belgium, it is coordinated by the Arts and Theatre Institute in Prague and an artistic and technical team formed by reknowned Czech artists. The project is supported by the subsidies of the International Visegrad Fund

26 MAY 2018 – 17:00
27 MAY 2018 – 16:00 & 19:30

Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, Brussels










5 May, 2017
Symbiosis of Performing Arts with its Infrastructure

– projection of the video from
– lecture about best examples of new infrastructure in V4 performing arts

Academia de Muzică, Teatru și Arte Plastice, Chisianu, Moldova


4 – 15 June, 2016
PACE.V4 Touring Conference – Transport and Infrastructure in V4 Performing Arts

  • guided tours
  • lectures and debates
  • showcases
  • meetings with local communities
  • networking

Budapest (HU), Topoľčany (SK), Žilina (SK), Olomouc (CZ), Ostrava (CZ), Katowice (PL), Krakow (PL)

PACE.V4 Touring Conference 2016 – program


Czecho-Slovak Dance Focus

  • booths
  • networking event
  • showcase

Tanzmesse, Düsseldorf, Germany


Central European Performing Arts Focus

  • booth
  • showcase
  • lecture

Fira Tárrega festival/performing arts market, Tárrega, Spain


Visegrad Performing Arts presentation

  • presentations
  • Czecho-Slovak theatre and dance showcase

APAP Performing Arts Market, USA


Visegrad New Plays

  • lectures
  • rehearsed readings

Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, New York, USA


Visegrad Performing Arts presentation

  • presentaions
  • lecture

APAP Performing Arts Market, USA


Visegrad Performing Arts Focus

  • V4 booth
  • V4 showcase
  • lectures
  • jazz evening

Performing Arts Market, Seoul, South Korea



Krakow: Terminus

The final destination of this travel conference – or shall we rather call it study tour, as suggested by Clement? – was the old Polish capital, Krakow. A place swarming with tourists, trams (some with messages from the Pope), cultural institutions and quickly gentrifying neighbourhoods. We kicked it off with a visit to Laznia Nova […] »

Katowice: an easy day at the Silesian Museum

On 12 June (Day 8) we left Czechia and moved to Poland, but we stayed in the same region: Silesia. The Silesian Museum, since its opening last year, is one of the most important cultural spaces in the Polish side of Silesia district, and (yet another) very interesting example of art places created in the former […] »

Frequently Travelled Trains and Hazy Memories of Ostrava

By the time we reached Ostrava, most of the conference staff was reasonably tired as these shots below will testify. In the city of Ostrava we visited quite a few theatres (Puppet Theatre, Petr Bezruč Theatre, Old Aréna Theatre and Cooltour) and had lunch in a modern shared office space, Impact Hub.  After some thought-provoking […] »

Baroque walks in Olomouc

After leaving Slovakia we arrived to the Czech Republic to the beautiful small town of Olomouc. After the visit to the town hall and the city theatre we were presented two independent theatre venues and finished the day with a short performance. »

The second day in Slovakia: Zilina

  The conference quickly moved on from Topolcany to another great city in Slovakia: Zilina. For Attila, who was biking again this did take some climbing too. Stanica Zilina-Zariecie was the theatre venue which hosted us for exciting presentations with a strong theoretical focus, a provocative dance performance and a discussion with artist Jaro Viňarský. »