The program to be held in the year of 2000                                  (Changes are possible!)

  international voluntary project of young people on Jewish cemetery in the village Šafov (district Znojmo), organized with the cooperation of the civic association INEX-SDA (3rd to 17 th July 2000),

 international conference on the theme of “Jewish culture in Moravia since the reforms of the Austro-Hungarian emperor Joseph II”, organized by the State District Archives of Břeclav, seated in Mikulov,

 exposition of the Waldes’s collection of Jewish art containing several paintings titled “Song of songs” from prof. František Kupka,

 concert of Czech opera singer Eva Urbanová, at the historical yard of House of Lords from Lipé (Dům Pánů z Lipé); the concert will be accompanied by the presentation of the project’s objectives and contents,

 an exhibition of artistic documentary photographs dealing with the Jewish theme by foremost American photographers; the exhibition will be held in the IBC building, M Palace building and House of Art of Brno (Dům umění města Brna),

 staging of an exhibition which will present the history of Jewish culture in Moravia from the 13th century until 1945, in cooperation with: the House of Art of Brno, Jewish Museum of Prague, Memorial of Holocaust in Terezín and Jewish Communities; the exhibition will include, among other things, liturgical objects, Hebrew facsimiles and manuscripts, photographs of Jewish architecture in Brno and Moravia in general, the art of synagogues, samples and extracts of Jewish arts, paintings of the children from Terezín concentration camp,

 the opening ceremony to be held on December 18, 2000 in the National Theatre of Brno will start with a concert by a significant American tenor, kantor Joseph Malovaný, from New York City; Mr. Malovaný will be accompanied by the children choir Kantiléna of Brno; the concert will be succeeded among others by the inauguration of the exposition in the House of Art of Brno and an opening ceremony of a photographic exposition in IBC palace; in the evening, there will be the concert of the group Plastic People in the House of Masters from Fanal,

 an exhibition of Jewish architecture from 1900 to 1938, given by the civic association Obecní dům, and led by the Czech architects Ivan Vala and Petr Palčák; the exhibition will be opened on December 22, 2000,

 making and showing a TV documentary about Jewish culture, using the interviews with native Moravian inhabitants of Jewish origin who survived the Holocaust; the program will be presented by Arnošt Goldflam,

 preparation and publication of the first part of specialized and extensive book on Jewish culture in Moravia