The Offcity association continues in the activities of the project of the same name which has been active since 2008, mostly around the region of Pardubice.
Přespolní is a non-profit organization which was created in 2017 and resides in the small village Lubná u Poličky.
Galerie Kabinet Chaos
You can find Planeta Chaos and Galerie Kabinet in Střítež near Polička, not far from the home of Veronika Šrek Bromová and her husband Ivan Šrek.
The east Bohemian association Promejto was founded in 2014. Its activities aim to draw local people into a discussion about the creation and protection of a beneficial urban environment.
Les – Community for Cultivation, Theory and Art
The activities of the Woods Community for Cultivation, Theory and Art brings together art projects, research, agricultural work, activism and relaxation.
From Extraction to Mining
On the train journey between Kolín and Pardubice, the Chvaletice power plant on the left bank of the Elbe cannot be overlooked, not only because its chimney is the highest structure of this type in the Czech Republic. The power plant was built in places devastated by former mining operations, and it has also become known to the general public in recent years thanks to severe air pollution and disputes over obtaining an exemption from emission limits.
Libor Krejcar - Krajina kolem Heřmanova Městce I (z cyklu Sypané obrazy), sklo, kov, dřevěný odpad, 80 x 120 cm, 1999
The Landscape, Geology, Myths and Artists of the Iron Mountains
The territory of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands largely consists of hills, uplands and forests. It is a region on the border between Bohemia and Moravia, between Prague and Brno, which has historically been fragmented into different administrative areas.
O převracení půdy
Rybitví is an independent village, it is very closely connected to nearby Pardubice. It was an agricultural village situated near the Elbe River, in the vicinity of which a dense network of ponds spread in the 16th-18th centuries, which were later drained. But it is still possible to enjoy the view of the lowland panorama of fields and meadows, even though village life has been significantly influenced by the chemical industry.