The Farmstudio cultural center occupies the spaces of a former farm from the early 19th century in the township of Vysoká na Kokořínsku.
Ferenc Futurist Neighborhood Club
The Ferenc Futurist Neighborhood Club was founded in 2011 at the initiative of a group of friends in Černošice who wanted to create a space for viewing art, and for supporting the overlapping spheres between the capital city and the local community.
Galerie svatého Havla
The Gallery of St. Havel was founded in 2017 by the parish community of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren with the intent to create an independent cultural space and to expand the local cultural production in a city which is otherwise dominated by the automobile industry.
The Old School (Stará Škola) initiative comes directly from the natural needs of the local residents, and is built on the principle of volunteer work and community planning. The association has managed to repair the decrepit structure of a local school and successfully operate it for five years.
A qualitative overview
of displacement in South Bohemia
and some areas of the Central Bohemia region in the last 50 years and the changes in trends in the last decade
RNDr. Radim Perlín, Ph.D.
Demographic, societal and socioeconomic changes in the last 160 years have affected the numbers of local inhabitants according to the specific size categories of each specific settlement very unevenly, especially in the peripheral regions.
Soil and Revolution
For a long time, the land has been overlooked because it generates only a small part of GDP, and less than 2% of people work in agriculture. In fact, history shows us that land is a social force and its scarcity or degradation has been the cause of migrations of peoples, tribal conflicts and wars, including World War II.
The Importance of Green Infrastructure in the City
Human cultures are shaped by local ecosystems, and humans are intensively altering the environment, resulting in a dramatic decline in natural and cultural capital. Socio-ecological systems are increasingly vulnerable due to disruption of food resources, natural and cultural traditions.