Exhibitons for rent

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2. Description of "The story of the Roma – travelling version"

The exhibition called The Story of the Roma – travelling version brings the compact version of permanent exhibition from the Museum of Romani Culture. The story of Roma is presented on a timeline from India over medieval and modern history up to these days with wider historical context and it uncovers the evolution and the patterns of the Roma community. Furthemore the exhibition uncovers culture, music, fine arts and spiritual culture. It consists of 35 panels in roll-up system. The possibility to rent the 3D exhibits from museum collection funds is upon a discussion.

The panels are:

  1. 1. Permanent exhibition “The Story of the Roma” travelling version
  2. 2. Questions abour Roma’s origin
  3. 3. Dom people – ancestors of Roma people?
  4. 4. The arrival of Roma in Europe
  5. 5. Roma in medieval Europe
  6. 6. Livelihood I
  7. 7. Livelihood II
  8. 8. Roma people in Bohemia
  9. 9. Begginings of wandering gypsies
  10. 10. Wandering gypsies in Bohemia
  11. 11. Wandering gypsies in Europe
  12. 12. Life in the community
  13. 13. traditions and rituals
  14. 14. Settlement of Roma people from the 18th century
  15. 15. Groups of the Roma people in Czechoslovakia I
  16. 16. Groups of the Roma people in Czechoslovakia II
  17. 17. Roma people in the first Czechoslovak republic (1918-1938)
  18. 18. The Law of “Wandering Gypsies”
  19. 19. Nazi genocide of the Roma during the II. WW
  20. 20. Persecution of the Roma people in Bohemia (1939-1942)
  21. 21. Persecution of the Roma people in Bohemia (1942-1945)
  22. 22. Protectorate so-called “Gypsy Camps”
  23. 23. The final stage of the “Gypsy issue”
  24. 24. Slovak republic (1939-1945)
  25. 25. Postwar Czechoslovakia (1945-1957)
  26. 26. State-controlled assimilation of Roma (1958-1968)
  27. 27. Union of the Gypies-Roma people (1969-1973)
  28. 28. Roma people in Czechoslovakia (1969-1989)
  29. 29. Roma people in Czechoslovakia and in Czech Republic after year 1989
  30. 30. Romani language – Romaňi čhib
  31. 31. Romani literature
  32. 32. Romani musis I
  33. 33. Romani musis II
  34. 34. Romani art I
  35. 35. Romani art II

3. Conditions of rent


4. Calendar of free dates



5. Reservation form

Thank you for your interest. We will contact you within 7 business days.