Art Residence Prague – Dvůr umění Praha is a creative art center with studios, gallery and Café located in historical courtyard. We are situated under the Bishop`s Tower on the Royal Road, the center of the Prague Municipal Historical Conservation area – under the Prague Castle a few steps from Charles Bridge and John Lenon`s Wall.
HIDDEN ART COURTYARD
You are welcome to discover & relax in Art Residence Prague and enjoy our:
RAINBOW`S END CAFÉ …we love the art of coffee¨
GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES …artworks mostly by Czech Artists
GALLERY OF BOREK SIPEK GLASS&DESIGN …complete portfolio of Borek`s glass production still available
KOA ART STUDIOs …my silent studios for creation
INDOOR BEACH – STUDIO AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACE …creative space with crushed marble for your coffee time, workshops and meditation
CERAMIC AND SCULPTURE WORKSHOP …Why not make your own spoon before you order your Espresso ?! /in process/
HISTORICAL COURTYARD WITH GARDEN
MISSION & PORTFOLIO
My name is KOA /Katerina Adamkova. I have founded this hidden creative empire in 2010 after 10 years working in studios with artists, studying art & glass production, studying life & nature, wisdom of indigenous people and our lovely Mother Earth.
Nowadays I realize fully my visions and intuition. Gallery has changed. It`s not only place for selling art. I love to support creativity in very natural and intuitive way. I am teaching kids and running family workshops and moving their limits for creativity.
So, happened that the Art Residence Prague is the place for harmonization and meeting people, sharing beautiful moments during concerts, interesting presentations, creations together and relaxing.
My new partner for the Art of coffee is RAINBOW`S END CAFÉ and we serve also Art Menu for your creativity.
BOREK SIPEK GLASS & DESIGN
I have spent 2 years with architect, designer and glass artist prof. BOREK SIPEK and his team in glass factory.
For more please visit his eShop: http://artresidenceprague.com/catalog/product-category/borek-sipek-glass/
Thanks to this experiences I offer special service also to other designers and architects who are interested in own collections production. I provide consulting, organization of individual visits in glass factory and communication with glass masters, production control and shipping service.
For more information please visit: http://http//artresidenceprague.com/glass-factory
Finally Little touch of Bishop`s Court history
During the Romanesque period, at the end of the 12th century, the powerful bishop, Prince Jindřich Břetislav had a vast court built as a bishop‘s seat on the left bank of the Vltava river.
His successors, bishops and archbishops, e.g. Jan of Dražice (which the name of the Dražické Square is derived) had the court extended and rebuilt.
The fire in 1249, started by the rebels against the King Wenceslas I. caused, according to the chronicler Kosmas, an extensive renovation of the seat.
In 1419 the court was plundered and burnt down. This was the fall of the court and its walls were used for the construction of houses of Prague bourgeoisie.
The appearance of the house, today called according to its historical origin „The Bishop’s House”, emanates from 1843, when the reconstruction of the 16th century semblance was finished after six years of work.