Ongoing Projects:
Ab Ovo – a retrospective film about the sculptor, painter and performer Lubo Kristek
Stage Productions of the Theatre Neslysim – chronology of productions of the proffesional Theatre Neslysim
Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque – documentation of the sculptural pilgrims’ way (Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia)
Sisyphiade – a film about Sisyphus in a surreal context of the house-assemblage
Art Archive – collecting, systematization, digitalization and archivation of art 

Completed Projects:

Projects organized by RICA or on which RICA cooperated.

2018
Divadlo Neslyšících a nové cesty – digitalization of the publication (in Czech)
Printed publications "Landscape Callendarium" (in English, German and Czech) and "Lubo Kristek - zapavučinovaný genius loci" (in Czech)
Digital publication "Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque" (in English) – free access, web-born

2017
Archive of the Theatre Neslysim – digitalization of the documents about the Theatre Neslysim 

2016
Opening of the Kristek Hall at the Ruegers Palace (Riegersburg, Austria) – cooperation, documentation

2015
Hunt (Křtiny, Czech Republic) – cooperation on a happening and exhibition organized by the Mendel University in Brno
Revealing of the sculpture "The Seekers – Organic Forms" (Sekule, Slovakia)
Eingach Fantastisch! (Riegersburg, Austria) – cooperation on an international exhibition

2014
The Way of the Cross (castle Landštejn, Czech Republic) – cooperation on Lubo Kristek’s happening, documentation

2013
Testimony of the Soul (Jihlava, Czech Republic) 
Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque - Cultural and Touristic Destination (Czech Republic, Austria) – documentation of the origin and development of the sculptural gallery along the river Thaya created by the sculptor Lubo Kristek in 2005–6. The project was supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.
Printed publication "Kristek’s Glyptothek im Thayatal" (in German and Czech)
Electronic publication "Kristek’s Glyptothek im Thayatal" (in German and Czech) – free access, PDF

    

2012
Opening of the Season of the Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque (Hardegg, Austria) – documentation
Image – Fantastic Art (Riegersburg, Austria) – cooperation on an international exhibition and happening
Open Lubo Kristek’s Studio Days (Podhradí nad Dyjí, Czech Republic) as part of the Porta Culturae project with a cooperation of South Moravia Region

2011
Opening of the Season of the Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque (Podhradí nad Dyjí, Czech Republic) – documentation

2010
Requiem for Mobile Telephones (Sucha Beskidska, Poland) – part of exhibition Some Like it Hot, documentation
Promotion of Culture Destinations by the Czech-Austrian Boarders (Podhradí nad Dyjí, Czech Republic, Riegersburg, Austria) – international project supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund
Publications "Schlösschen Lubo" and "Barockschloss Riegersburg" (in German and Czech), supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund
Film Schlösschen Lubo, supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

2009
Fall des Eisernen Vorhangs (Riegersburg, Austria) – cooperation on an international exhibition and happening

2008
Third Eye of Distant Communication (Landsberg am Lech, Germany) under the aegis of the Czech Ministry of Culture and the Bavarian State Minister for Education, Culture, Science and Arts. The project was supported by the Deutsch-Tschechischer Zukunftsfond
Phylogenetic Quite Wet Wedding (Jan’s Castle, Czech Republic) – cooperation on Lubo Kristek’s happening

2007
Requiem for Mobile Telephones (Znojmo, Vienna, Riegersburg) cooperation as part of an Eco Fair project, cooperation with schools from Znojmo, Vienna and Luboň

2005-6
Kristek Thaya Glyptotheque (Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia) – management of the project under the aegis of the governor of the Vysočina Region (RNDr. Miloš Vystrčil), the governor of the South Bohemia Region (RNDr. Jan Zahradník), the governor of Lower Austria (Dr. Erwin Pröll), the governor of the South Moravia Region (Ing. Stanislav Juránek) and the governor of the Trnava Autonomous Region (Ing. Tibor Mikuš). The project was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.