Studio ALTA

Creative hub

Studio ALTA is a unique cultural space in Prague, Czech Republic. It connects dance, theatre and other forms of art to the local community and citizens’ activities. Established in a former storage area, it provides space for production, presentation and artists’ further education. There are also co-working spaces, shared studios and rehearsal rooms.

In Studio ALTA, a genuinely open theatre space has been created – one that is not influenced by one single artistic person but is a basis for collaboration with a number of outstanding ensembles and individuals from the field of contemporary theatre.

Alongside the theatre and rehearsal spaces, ALT@RT runs also an informal coffee bar, initiates various social activities and supervises other NGO projects that take place within the cultural space.

What makes the organisation unique?

Non-hierarchical leadership: all decisions are made collectively. They offer the possibility for artistic research without the need to create a presentable project.

What TEH activities are you a part of?

Staff Exchange

Video

Studio ALTA - 10 let v pohybu

12.-15.9. 2018 / Studio ALTA – 10 let v pohybuPrvní kulatiny oslavíme programem od vás a pro vás – protože v ALTĚ máme nejraději akce, které na začátku přinášejí hromadu otázek a na konci nekonečno zážitků ❤️#10letvpoyhbu #savethedate #altastyl #jetolaska #bestparty #must

Publicerat av Studio ALTA Tisdag 22 maj 2018

Information

Prague, Czech Republic

Delegates

  • Small Concert hall (audience capacity: less than 300), Multifunction Hall, Small Theatre (audience capacity: less than 200), Black box, Art Gallery, Conference Room, Meeting Room, Workshop room, Rehearsal or Practice Room, Café / Bar, Co-working Space, Community Areas, Multi-purpose Space

  • Research, Production, Exhibition and Programming, Education and Training, Mediation, Financing and grant making

  • Music, Theatre / Performance, Dance, Visual Arts, Multimedia and interactive Arts, Film, Crafts, Art residencies, Education, Community and Relational Arts, Democratic and civil society development, Ecology and Sustainability, Gastronomy

  • Utilities and Communication Infrastructure