Fujaré is a cultural and production association which has been active in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm since 2016. It developed at the initiative of theater historian Honza Petružela when he returned to his native town after living in Prague for sixteen years. Apart from being active in the town’s cultural committee, where he also took active part in developing the city’s cultural strategy, Petružela and two of his colleagues decided to establish an association which would aim at expanding the spectrum of cultural organizations and help create alternative scenes for a wider audience. His primary goal is to bring contemporary culture to Rožnov and to present it within the local context, emphasizing accessibility, as well as creating original artistic and social projects and events. The association focuses on events which transcend the individual genres of music, film, and theater, also organizing lectures and events on civic, socio-political and historical themes (such as the projects Rožnov89 and Invaze18). They also organize the music festival Hlasy, which focuses on the various modalities of the human voice. The impetus came from various musical events where the organizers attempted to merge diverse genres with traditional folklore ensembles. They have also fostered a tradition of summer film screenings combined with live music. The organizers attempt to expose the Rožnov populace to contemporary theater, through bus trips to larger cities in order to see more demanding theater productions. Because no suitable municipal-run cultural space exists, some of these activities are held in the private spaces of the former Brillovka factory at 3. Etáž, in the city library, or in various pop-up formats. The association’s activities are largely regional, but within the context of Czechia, Fujaré is an important local entity capable of presenting high-quality culture while respecting the tastes of their local audience.