Known as Museum Kampa nowadays, is a petit elegant house located by the west bank of the Vltava River. It used to be flour mill which is old enough to witness the lives of people, survived from the bloody war period and continue to preserve the history and culture of the Czech Republic.

Numerous paintings and installation works are resting in the museum, most of the work express the struggles including oppression, frustration, fear, anger so as hope of the people during the WWII and the communist period. Each work is a lesson and a reminder for us to move forward both socially and politically.

Being an generous supporter to Czech artist and the Museum Kampa, Jan Mládek believe that “If a nation’s culture survives, so does its nation.” (The quote has been imprinted on the wall of the museum) He did his job to preserve it, and its time for us to keep on this faith.

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We believe that theater and society are closely related. We hunger and seek for the new thinking through different approach of text, we question and explore the present world through the play, we hope and search the way to a be a better man through the reflection between theater and the audience.



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