27.6. – 7. 7. 2024

Playgrounds: Diploma work Exhibition of CAS FAMU 2024

The final graduation exhibition of the students of the Centre for Audiovisual Studies. The playground as a place to learn important life experiences - to get dirty, to get up after a fall, to deal with boredom, to rewrite the rules. In the game, losing is not a loss; it gives us the opportunity to start again and differently.
The three works relate in different ways to playground spaces, their architecture/artistic possibilities/values, their social role and educational potential, or to the principles of their rules and the freedoms they define for us. –>

19.6.2024 – 23.6.2024

CAS Annual exhibition

Annual exhibition of students of the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies. Presentation of students will take place in two parallel places - in GAMU and INI Gallery. –>

5.6.2023 - 14.6.2023

Donkey Alley

A group exhibition of the Intermedia Studio at FAMU in Prague, thematizing alternative work with the gallery space itself, which is transformed into a platform capable of uniting individual works into a unified whole. –>

extended till 16.6.

Open call AMU Gallery for 2025 – extended till 16.6.

AMU Gallery hereby announces an open call for exhibition projects to complement the gallery’s program for 2025. The call is intended for both Czech and foreign artists and curators; applications may be sent both in Czech and in English. Due to the wide spectrum of subjects taught at AMU (The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague) we prefer thematic, curatorial exhibition projects with interdisciplinary overlap, or exhibitions based around artistic research (especially in the field of photography and new media). The duration of exhibitions in GAMU span from four to six weeks. –>

11.4. – 31.5.2024

Shadow Estates

A response to recent social transformations and the current housing crisis. The aim of the project is to reflect the changes in the understanding of the concept of "home" in the 21st century. What happens to the social structure of society when the most important values of life are dictated by the economic system? –>

23. 2. – 29. 3. 2024


With the rise of global information infrastructure we have become direct witnesses to the growing number of humanitarian and (un)natural disasters, wars, armed conflict and displacement. Most of these geopolitical crises are perceived to occur on the periphery relative to the Euro-Western world. This exhibition explores various artistic practices as a language that transcends borders, bringing the periphery closer to the center. Louder holds space for different artistic approaches as responses, reactions and resistance to these crises, creating a space of amplification. –>

26. 01. – 04. 02. 2024

Annual exhibition of students of the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies 2024

Annual exhibition of students of the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies 2024.

16. 1. – 21. 1. 2024


Exhibition of semestral works of the Studio of Classic Photography students and outputs from the long-term project Soutok, exploring the urban landscape. –>

14. 12. 2023–12. 1. 2024

Moving Alterities

Presenting the work of contemporary artists working with the moving image, the exhibition addresses the topic of altered states of consciousness in various contexts. Connecting the concept of “alterity”, or what theorist Anna Powell calls “altered states,” with the moving images of contemporary artists, it provides a means for exploring the possibility of shifts and alterations in the sensory, spiritual, social and political contexts. –>

3. 11.— 3. 12. 2023

Paper and Film: Exhibition of author’s book & author’s and handmade film

The exhibition thematizes the art of author's book & author's and hand-made film and defines the meeting point of materiality, traditional, experimental and contemporary tendencies in the approach to the artistic categories of two different media. –>

2. 11.— 5. 12. 2023

Book Me – international sales exhibition of books on art

The international exhibition of freshly released publications in the fields of film, music, theatre, dance, photography, and new media will take place this year in the AMU Gallery on Malostranské náměstí. –>

20.10. –⁠ 29. 10. 2023


A new view of „České Středohoří" by Czech and German artists. –>

15. 9.—14. 10. 2023

O the Hoe, the Hoe, the Hoe

The exhibition O the Hoe, the Hoe, the Hoe is about the ways of storytelling. Through the displayed objects and other artefacts it seeks to present stories in which the human being occupies the position of one of many relevant subjects –>

10.8. – 9.9.2023

Artur Magrot: The Key’s in the Mailbox

In the last year, Artur Magrot has consciously chosen a life of long-term homelessness in hopes of finding alternatives for movement in a system of which we are unwillingly a part. He examines the ideas of home or personal space, concepts we were forced to view from a completely new perspective during the pandemic. –>

20.6 2023-9.7.2023

CAS diploma works

Exhibition of diploma works of the Centre for Audiovisual Studies, FAMU.

08.6.2023 - 14.6.2023

See the Unicorn and Die…. !

The student exhibition in the studio of KS DAMU - PQ23 is a combined exhibition of
artworks and spatial objects/installations from the period 2019 - 2023. 
The objects and artworks are a link between the academic and artistic focus of the
Department of Scenography, the theme of PQ23, the term "Rare" and the continuous
process of exploring and rethinking what all the term scenography implies. –>

Annual exhibition of students of the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies

Annual exhibition of students of the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies, workshops of Marie Lukáčové, Georgy Bagdasarov a Martin Blažíček. –>


TO&JEN- premiere

There's a fly crawling on the window, the fat one they call the butcher. It's been crossing the window pane for ages. People usually loathe it, but it's actually beautiful, metallic green and blue, with translucent wings woven with silver threads. It's been crawling on the glass for a long time, and it doesn't know how to get out. Outside, the sun is shining, the colours are brilliant and the wind is blowing. She could fly all she wants. It's just the window that keeps her here! There must be a crack somewhere to get out of this dull, grey room. Out of the loneliness. And finally! There she is! She's found it. It was high time. The sun was just setting, the sky had turned a beautiful color, she'd enjoy the colors a little more! –>

14. 4. - 20. 5. 2023


In geology, the term drunken forest refers to vegetation growth growing on a slowly slumping hillside. The tree trunks grow in all sorts of crooked ways and the forest looks disorganized. For geologists, this signals that the bedrock is moving. In the exhibition's title, where students from the studios of the FAMU Department of Photography in Prague will meet, the drunken forest refers to the instability of the conditions in which these young people grow up and to artistic creation as repeated attempts to maintain balance. Through their works, however, the exhibition also points out how the tool we generically call photography and its department; reacts to these movements. –>

till 31.5.2023

Call for projects

AMU Gallery hereby announces an open call for exhibition projects to complement the gallery’s program for 2024.

The call is intended for both Czech and foreign artists and curators; applications may be sent both in Czech and in English. Due to the wide spectrum of subjects taught at AMU (The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague) we prefer thematic, curatorial exhibition projects with interdisciplinary overlap, or exhibitions based around artistic research (especially in the field of photography and new media).

17. 2. – 25. 3. 2023


The gallery space becomes a metaphor of a gigantic heat source where visitors take refuge from the cold winter. The exhibition presents mostly the work of established female queer artists across the Czech Republic and abroad.

Curator: Natálie Kubíková

Artists: Hana Garová, Hana Garová, Aika Akhmetova, Ella CB, Sarah Dubná, Mary Neely & Mika Bar-On Nesher, kolektiv SPIT (Marta Orlando, Clémentine Roy, Natasja Loutchko) –>

7. 2. – 9. 2. 13:00–19:00


Students of FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies present their semestral works as an open studio.

Tomáš Rampula, Gabriela Palijová, Martin Dušek, Žil Julie Vostálová, Tereza Chudáčková, Eva Rotreklová, Viktorie Štěpánová, Eliška Lubojatzká, Karolina Hnětkovská, Jáchym Ozuna, Klára Kacířová, Lucie Myslíková, Matěj Martinec, Tara Šelířová, David Šourek, Jonáš Balcar, Nea Cindr, Adam Kácha, Michaela Kozáková, Veronika Poslední

po 6. 2. v 19.00
opening hours:
út 7. – čt 9. února 13:00–19:00 –>

17. – 27. 1. 2023


Exhibition of semestral works of the Studio of Classic Photography students and outputs from the long-term project Soutok, exploring the urban landscape. –>

10. – 13.1. 2023


opening: 9.1. at 6pm
opening hours: tue - fri 13:00–18:00

The Studio of Documentary Photography offers a short-term yet unique opportunity to peer into the minds of those sensitive to the world around them. We don't have to scream to be heard, so now we whisper -- You won't see this anywhere else.

3. 11. 2022, 6.30 pm

Launch of three publications on new media

Launch of three publications on new media:
├● Czech translation of Jussi Parikka’s monograph What is Media Archaeology?
├● Original monograph by Martin Charvát: Jussi Parikka
├● Collective monograph Tomáš Dvořák - Martin Charvát (eds.): Operators of New Media

The books will be presented by their authors, editors and translators at the AMU Gallery on the 3th of November 2022 at 6.30 pm. –>

14. – 20. 6. 2022, open from 1pm to 7pm

In Crossing, Transformation is a Central Theme

Annual exhibition of FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies. Exhibiting artists: Karolína Hnětkovská, Klára Kacířová, Matej Martinec, Jáchym Ozuna, Gabriela Palijová, Tamara Pauknerová,  Tomáš Rampula, Anastasia Rybalchenko, Alexandra Sihelská, Sofia Sováková, Žil Julie Vostalová –>

24. 2. - 10. 3. 2022


Exhibition of the Intermedia Studio, Department of Photography, FAMU

17. 1. - 26. 1. 2022

FAMU 1st year Exhibition

The 1st year foto, is a group exhibition from the studio of classical photography. The exhibited artists are:
lrina Degtereva, Lucie Hradecká, Nikita Kartashev, Anna Kassahunová, Eliška Klimešová, Ondřej Konrád, Jakub Prašivka, Václav Sobek, Vladislav švestka, Nikolaj Treťjačenko, Šimon Varaus, Marína Zubalová, Andreas Bøcher, Michael Amico, Villads Rex Kneiding, Palina Kupryianava, Axel Ling, Michael Lozano, Swati Parwani, Maksym Toussiant, llya Yarutov. –>

November 19 – December 19, 2021


When we say body, we mean that constantly undulating assemblage of bones, meat and blood, but in fact, no such entity exists. The illusory feeling of a physically existing self. In each individual pore of the body we see endless spaces – empty spaces of wisdom – spaces of creativity. –>

20. 10. – 11. 11. 2021

The Autumn Pruning

The exhibition entitled The Autumn Pruning presents the work of Karel Vostárek – artist, scenographer, director and teacher at DAMU’s Department of Drama in Education – which he has created over the span of the last 40 years. The exhibition will present his design proposals, scenography mock-ups, puppets, scenic objects and photographs from projects and performances, as well as his sculptural works and the documentation of previously realized projects. –>

15. 9 - 7. 10. 2021

The Metabolic Perspective

Economics is merely a continuation of nature by other means – terms like ’logistics’ or ’infrastructure’ can be applied equally well to the production and transportation of goods as to photosynthesis and food chains. But what if we were to begin considering human culture and communication as part of the planet’s natural metabolisms?

July 15 – August 27, 2021 (THE EXHIBITION IS EXTENDED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 3, 2021)


Hands and other limbs are considered part of the body. Why then couldn’t all beings who possess a body be considered as part of a single being? There is no such thing as a disabled body, but only disabled socioeconomic systems.

24 June – 2 July, 2021

Final Fantasy

End-of-Year Student Works of the Center for Audiovisual Studies, FAMU –>

10 – 18 June, 2021

Immaterial Intervention

Interpretation centers in process and in the landscape

Photo FAMU + DAMU KALD + Multimedia VŠE + IPR PRAHA
present the outcomes of their semestral works focusing on the preparation of interpretation centers in the area of the future peri-urban park Soutok (Confluence). –>

27. 5. – 3. 6. 2021


“Yes, it’s true! We brought Mozart’s penis from Salzburg”.

Opera directors Veronika Loulová and Vilma Bořkovec set out to explore their frustrations about the opera world - where each seeks to express these grievances through her own particular style. In their first and probably last exhibition LAST SURVIVORS they take a critical look at the boundaries of opera and the rigidity of the system that still prevails in opera. –>

27. 4. - 20. 5. 2021



3. 3. – 18. 4. 2021

Strange Homelessness: Dreaming as Real Praxis

Strange Homelessness: Dreaming as Real Praxis is the title of the first part of The Transversal Navigation project and will be presented in three phases throughout 2021 in the AMU Gallery. Due to the pandemic regulations, the project’s first phase will not be open to the public. The individual parts will be presented throughout on the project’s website. –>

19. - 24. 2. 2021


A collaboration exhibition project of Photo FAMU and the Department of Alternative and Puppet Theater of the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.

The students of Photo FAMU photographically map the surroundings of Confluence, where throughout the next semester they will work on doing artistic research of the landscape. –>

19. - 24. 2. 2021


Exhibition project of the first year of the Photo FAMU Classic Photography Studio. –>

9. – 14. 2. 2021

GIFT SHOP – benefit for Ciocia Czesia

Outputs from the workshops of the Center for Audiovisual Studies FAMU in Prague.
As artists we lost the possibility of exhibiting in art galleries due to the current situation, we take it upon ourselves to fulfill another role of art –service. –>

online exhibition from 15. 12. 2020

Body Movement as a Space-Time (Dis)continuity

The last, third part of the project focused on the relationship between contemporary art, choreography and contemporary dance is devoted to the issue of physical movement as space-time (dis)continuity. Perception of time and movement of the human body in contemporary video, performance and dance. The exhibition takes place completely in an online 3D environment, connecting both artistic areas through videos, installations and viewer interaction.

10. 10. 2020 - 1. 11. 2020/ exhibition extended to 15. 11. 2020

vast terrain, shifting perspective – vast perspective, shifting terrain

Exhibition is a part of Fotograf Festival #10

Perspective is a question of seeing and taking action. Both of which are directly connected to the experience of space. We now inhabit a living environment and communications space that ask or allow for a multitude of perspectives. In light of this it is possible to again pose the question as to the nature of social documentary photography. –>

26. 9. – 2. 10. 2020


The Effugio project is a dance installation based on the tradition of physical theater. It tries to reveal the common causes that lead people to this extreme solution. It asks about the triggers and about the relationship with the environment. –>

12. 9. – 20. 9. 2020

Simple Present Tense

Seven students exhibiting their diploma projects derive their initial experience from photography. Each one's practice has evolved over time and each one has arrived at utilizing a different medium and an original language of their own. No common theme is treated in the Simple Present Tense exhibition, it is rather shared physical and psychological conditions in which all the works were conceived. A situation of informational overload, insecurity, and extreme change in how we perceive physical reality produced strategies of radical honesty, flexibility, and the necessity for new precision. –>

29. 8. – 6. 9. 2020

Step Aside

The exhibition’s title Step Aside serves the exhibited artists as a metaphor, one which shows the desire to view the development of our civilization from new angles. This can mean conscious deceleration, comprehending the repercussions of our actions, attempting a sustainable future and the role of the artist within it, or drawing attention to marginalized social groups or phenomena.

8. 7. – 23. 8. 2020


The second part of the project dedicated to physical movement, dance and choreography in contemporary art interrogates physical exertion and the act of labor. The will and energy to move is not only connected with a number of functional mechanisms and the fulfillment of an ideal effectiveness in the field of the human body, but is also a landscape which is integrally political, a place of control and resistance, physical effects and their symbolic manifestations. The exhibiting artists meet in a network of structures suspended between these two polarities.

5. 3. – 28. 6. 2020

Choreography of Thought

Can be physical movement a metaphor of our thought? Can it be understood as a possibility to relate to thinking processes different from their mere verbalisation? This project is built around these questions. The exhibition is accompanying series of lectures, screenings and discussions.

6. 2. – 16. 2. 2020

Event Horizon II.

The group exhibition Horizont událostí (Event Horizon) presents a selection of contemporary student works of the Center for Audiovisual Studies at FAMU straddling the boundaries between performance, film and new media. The exhibition builds on the exhibition Horizont událostí I. which took place in Galerie Fotograf. –>

17. - 26. 1. 2020

Another Try for Explanation (but not today)

Gallery AMU presents a selection of the most interesting final works by students of the Department of Photography at FAMU. –>

29. 11. - 20. 12. 2019/ exhibition extended to 5. 1. 2020

Images Which May Resist

The exhibition "Images Which May Resist" presents the new works of Lucie Rosenfeldová, Matěj Pavlík and Marie Lukáčová, which oscillate between the spheres of documentary, experimentation and fiction, and ask about the information which an image might possess and of its relation to artistic perspective. –>

9. 10. - 10. 11. 2019

Icons and Mythologies: The Desire of Changes

The exhibition focuses on the concept of engagement through the resumption of iconic figures and the construction of personal mythologies, such as the figure of Sun Ra, Patrice Lumumba or Angela Davis, and collective actions such as the revival of a Russian revolutionary song; a popular legend; the analysis of images controlled by a political regime.

Project within Fotograf Festival by Bubahof feat. Fabienne Bideaud.

11. 9. - 29. 9. 2019

Basic Things

The exhibition of the students of FAMU’s Department of Photography aims to show some current perspectives on contemporary art’s relation to photography, imagination and social issues. –>

17. 7. - 1. 9. 2019


Digitalia is a guest-curated exhibition deliberatingon the use of social media as both an accessible art form and cultural landscape. This exhibitiontakes as a starting point the concept of “digitalia,” coined by Cameron Bailey,to speak on the convergence of genitalia, marginalia, and wires. –>

20. 6. - 7. 7. 2019

Emotional Twist

The exhibition of graduate Master, Bachelor and Semestral works of Center for Audiovisual Studies (CAS) FAMU. –>

8. - 16. 6. 2019

I’m Feeling Supersonic

Büro for All Our Troubles (BOAT)

Thematic selection of final projects across the studios of the FAMU Department of Photography. –>

3.- 31. 5. 2019

Till something happens

The processes and mechanisms of nature and society follow certain rules. But what happens when equilibrium is disturbed? Can small, invisible changes cause chaos? The artists reflect on these questions and exhibit their thoughts in real time within the gallery space. –>

4.- 21. 4. 2019


Regardless is an exhibition dedicated to the pioneers of electronic music and sound-art. The exhibition comprises a series of concerts in the opening event and a guided tour with a listening session. –>

7. 3. - 24. 3. 2019

The Economy of Hearing

The Exhibition Hearing Economy puts emphasis on non-obviousness of what is generally perceived as natural state - the reception of auditory sensations as clear information, free from the constant reminders of our present corporeality. –>

1.-17. 2. 2019

Compassion Fatigue

Semestral exhibition of the students of FAMU’s Center for Audiovisual Studies. –>

12. – 24. 4. 2018


WAVEGUIDES is a site-specific and site-responsive sound installation by Donia Jourabchi (BE) and Taufan ter Weel (NL) which facilitates different listening situations to explore our relative sense of space and situatedness. –>

11. – 17. 4. 2018

WAVEGUIDES workshop: placing sounds in space, site-specific and site-responsive approach to sound installation

WAVEGUIDES workshop takes place as a part of the homonymous exhibition project by Donia Jourabchi and Taufan ter Weel at GAMU (Gallery AMU) and will result into an addition to their sound installation.

14. 3. – 6. 4. 2018


IT all goes so smoothly, it seems like will and determination don’t matter here. –>

15. 12. 2017 – 21. 1. 2018


The exhibition tracks the contemporary forms of the moving image which consciously make contact with experimental approaches to film-making throughout the history of cinema. –>

8. 11. – 3. 12. 2017


CITY CITY is a joint project of students from the departments of animation and sound at Prague’s FAMU. The exhibition presents audio-visual installations, projections and an interactive model of the city which appears in the animated film authored by Filip Blažek. The theme of the exhibition is focused on various creative perspectives on the city, understood as a space to which each being relates both physically and emotionally. –>

4. 10. – 29. 10. 2017


Site-specific projekt „Melodram“ pracuje s touhou autorů stát se hudebními skladateli. Základem jejich libreta je prostor Galerie AMU a pohyb diváka v ní. –>

15. – 24. 9. 2017


Exhibition of BcA./ MgA. student works from the Department of Photography, FAMU. –>

María Prada: El Saltador

Site-specific installation as part of Lea Petříková’s exhibition “BALANCED”

19. 7. – 3. 9. 2017


The exhibition is inspired by the Minoan taurokathapsia ceremony – the deadly dances with bulls. Who is the acrobat? Is it the artist or the viewer? –>

22. 6. – 9. 7. 2017


Exhibition of BcA./ MgA. student works from the Center for Audiovisual Studies, FAMU, Prague. –>

10. 6. 2017 (19:00 – 1:00)

Prague Museum Night 2017 at GAMU

Come and visit GAMU during Prague Museum Night 2017!

10. – 17. 6. 2017


Chosen work of FAMU, Department of Photography students. –>

15. – 17. 5. 2017, always 2 – 7 p. m.

Marloes van Son: Rotation to Sound / Workshop

In this workshop participants will create a crude instrument consisting of a small electrical motor as sound-source and an interface made from cardboard and pushbuttons. The devices will become part of the exhibition for the remaining two weeks.

13. 5. – 31. 5. 2017


The “Non-Functioning Functionality” exhibition presents recent works by Marloes van Son (NL), an artist dedicated to the construction of sound instruments and electromechanical installations. –>

4. 5. 2017, 18:30

An Open Discussion on the Flusser Questions

Is there still, in 2017, much in Flusser’s texts which merits revisitation, or are they simply an object of academic scholarship and historical archive work?

5. 5. 2017, 17:00

Ulrich Richtmeyer: Compelling Contradictions in Flusser’s Philosophy of Photography

Ulrich Richtmeyer’s lecture will draw on Flusser’s philosophy of photography, focusing on differences and continuities between technoimages (especially photography) and drawing.

5. 4. – 7. 5. 2017


The exhibition “Without Firm Ground: Vilém Flusser and the Arts” at GAMU, Prague presents the life and thoughts of one of the most acclaimed Prague-born intellectuals of the 20th century through the combination of rare documents and artistic collaborations and inspirations. It aspires to weave the threads of Flusser’s private and professional life. –>