Our educational programmes are for everyone who doesn't want to look at today's world just from one perspective. Come develop your critical thinking and come up with new ways to look at your surroundings. The two-hour programme is usually linked to current exhibitions or accompanies longer-term projects.
What happens to things that have ceased to serve their purpose? What happens with such a building? What function can be found for it, and shall we even seek any? A Fairy Tale About a Factory tells a story about a dilapidated Holešovice factory,
Every place, every building affects us. The fact that often we aren’t even aware of it is another issue. How do we perceive the building we’re in right now? Once upon a time it was an old, abandoned factory, now it is an exclusive gallery.
Buildings and their narratives are part of our lives, we can face them (standing, sitting, or lying down) in various ways – we define the sense and size of structures. And in a similar way, structures define us.
Where would you like to go if you were able to magically transport yourself? Would it be some familiar place on Earth, a yet-undiscovered island, or a completely fabricated world? Past or future? And what would you bring back with you to our reality?
How did an airship come to “land” on top of the strict and clean features of the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art? Why is it called Gulliver? What is it made of and what makes it so “different”?
What do we do when there is a potentially dangerous situation occurring in our vicinity? Do we intervene, or do we leave it up to others? The Ordinary Heroism programme presents a psychological phenomenon known as the bystander effect.
Are my abilities inherited? Do my own mistakes keep me from trying again? Or can I exceed my limits? This educational programme, which uses the methodology of Professor Philip Zimbardo’s Heroic Imagination Project.
The internet changed the world of advertising. It has become even more omnipresent, but not only that. It is increasingly more difficult for us to distinguish what is and isn’t advertising.
Has an ad on Google every surprised you by promoting something that you are expecting to be delivered tomorrow by courier? Don’t you sometimes get the feeling that your life is being controlled by some sort of algorithm?
Teachers play a key role in the transfer of inspiring ideas and topics from the DOX Centre into a school's everyday curriculum. Several times a year, we therefore hold teaching workshops and offer premises for various educational conferences.
The DOX Centre is one of the founders of the Success for Every Pupil initiative, an informal network of organizations that together are learning to develop a teaching culture focused on the success of every pupil in (not only) every school.
Map of social stereotypes
We've designed an interactive guide that helps teachers and pupils orient themselves in non-material values.
Our team of instructors
The DOX Centre's instructors have a scope of knowledge that will allow you to get even more out of our exhibitions. We learn to learn from each other.
educational and family programmes (DOX), teacher at Jihlava Graphic Art Secondary School, member of the Máš umělecké střevo? [Are You an Artist?] platform, member of the ARTAMA - NIPOS advisory council
instructor (DOX), coordinator of the Jdi do sebe! [Dig Deep!] educational project, co-founder of the Kino otevřeno [Cinema Open] initiative
instructor (DOX), art production and mediation
instructor (DOX), art course head for the Bohnice Lives association, former journalist at HraNa magazine, editor-in-chief of Kompot magazine, editor of the Dora and Rosa and Their Big Adventures activity book
instructor (DOX, National Gallery) and art therapist
instructor (DOX, Faculty of Education, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University), curator, administrator of works by artist Pavel Brázda
instructor (DOX), educator in the area of Art and Culture, publicist and journalist at the H_aluze literary and cultural magazine
instructor (DOX), community worker and head of recreational education activities (People in Need)
instructor (DOX), PR, and assistant curator (Jindřich Chalupecký Society)
visual artist, teacher (Academy of Fine Arts NM2), DOX instructor, publicist (Tvar, A2larm, Denník Referendum)
instructor (DOX, MeetFactory), educator, curator of the 35 m2 gallery in Prague, founder of the Buňka gallery in Ústí nad Labem
instructor (DOX), student of Faculty of Education at the Charles University
instructor (DOX, National Gallery, and Kampa Museum)
instructor (DOX, Leica Gallery), high school Art and History teacher, collaboration with One World in Schools (lecture creation)
instructor (DOX), illustrator, drawing teacher (primary art school), high school Art and Art History teacher
instructor (DOX), high school Art and Art History teacher
instructor (DOX), performer, dancer, student at the Faculty of Art and Design, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University
instructor (DOX, MeetFactory), illustrator, drawing teacher (primary art school)
instructor (DOX), člen kolektivu (KAV Ládví)