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in this e-shop You will find all the books published by Arts and Theatre Institute, which is one of the most important publishers of theatre literature in the Czech Republic. It regularly publishes series of different theatre publications, theoretical and historical texts, and plays. This department Publisher originál works and works in translation on the history and present of Czech and world theatre, books on drama theory and criticism, theatre lexicons, and a periodical titled Czech Theatre (in English) intended for readers abroad with an interest in Czech Theatre.
The Department of International Cooperation and Public Relations prepares publications and promotional materials on Czech theatre intended for specialists and producers abroad.
The Arts and Theatre Institute publishes work on other forms of live art, such as literature, music and dance. It also publishes expert literature prepared in international cooperation, publications on cultural policy, studies and analyse, and current information on EU programmes. .
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The Arts and Theatre Institute (ATI) is a governamental oranization founded by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1959 as the Theatre Institute. Since the middle of the 1970s it has been based in the historic centre of Prague. In 2007 the institute changed its name to the Arts and Theatre Institute.
The mission of the Arts and Theatre Institute is to provide the Czech and interational public with a comprehensive range of services in the field of theatre and individua services connected to other branches of the arts (music, literature, dance and the visual arts). The ATI collects objects and work relating to the theatre, processes and provides access to them, pursues research, initiates and participates in international projects, and publishes sholarly work.
The Arts and Theatre Institute is also the headquarters of the Czech Office of the EU Culture Programme.