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Holotropic Art Gallery - Granary Holos

Join us in creating a unique cultural space for the presentation of Czech and international holotropic art! We will build the gallery in a historic granary from the 18th century in Holasovice near Opava. We will also save this cultural monument and breathe new life into it. It will become a place not only for the presentation of art, but also for its creation within the Holotropic ART Academy.

We presented our project at a video conference on 19.11.2023, the recording of which you can watch below, including the support of Stanislav and Brigitte Grof, which we appreciate immensely.

We have also launched a Donate page where you can support the creation of the Holotropic Art Gallery:

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The gallery will be built in the premises of a baroque granary, it will have 4 floors and more than 1000 m2 of exhibition space. In addition to the exhibition space, there will be a conference hall, a café, studios, accommodation and study rooms.

Part of the exhibition space will be dedicated to audiovisual works of NFT art, making the Granary one of the few galleries in the world dedicated to this modern way of creating and presenting digital art.

The Granary is only 4 km away from the Holos Centre in Vlaštovičky and both spaces will together enable art stays and retreats inspired by holotropic states of consciousness.

Project milestones


  • Funding from supporters and purchase of the building by the end of 2023

    • We need 2.5 million to purchase the facility. 115 000 EUR

Next milestones:

  • Taking over the building spring 2024

  • Architectural study and building permits 2024

  • Grant application for the 70th IROP call - Culture - monuments and museums - SC 5.1

  • Start of construction works 2025

  • Opening 2026

Dagmar and Václav Havel - patronage over Holotropic ART

We have repeatedly presented Holotropic Art also at the Prague Crossroads, under the auspices of the Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE97, with the participation of Mrs. Dagmar Havlová and Stanislav Grof.

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