New exhibition of photographs of Tábor from 1960s to 1970s was
opened as part of conference “Year 2011 - 50 years of renovating of
Tábor cultural heritage”.
Nov 15 2011
Šechtl and Voseček Museum of Photography will be closed during the
winter. You are however welcome to see the exhibition (in somewhat
reduced form) at the restaurant Střelnice.
Nov 2 2011
Our museum will be closed till February
Oct 15 2011
As part of even “Days of open
studios” we will also open our museum during weekend. At Saturday
October 22 you can visit studios of Marie Šechtlová at Bezručova
street. At Sunday 23th exposition of our museum.
We was pleased that our
guided tours was met with an interest. We will continue organizing
them in the future.
Oct 7 2011
Equpiment of our museum was extended by
scanner Eversmart Select refurbished by Foreversmarts. We plan to use
this canner to scan the largest negatives in our collection, since
it allows scanning transparent originals up to size of A3. Also the
high resolution 5600DPI and large density will let us digitize the
1960s to 1990s photographs made on 9x12 flat films.
Sep 25 2011
You are invited to guided
tour through our exhibition at first and second Sunday of October,
starting at 3pm
New exhibition “Ignác Šechtl 1840–1911: Remarkable Movie Crank
with a Camera” was opened at Šechtl and Voseček Museum of
Photography. We are very grateful to everyone who came to the
opening despite the extremely bad weather.
Aug 29 2011
Photographs from our callendar “Tábor” for year
2010 are now available in on-line gallery
Opening of the
exhibition “American Colony in Jerusalem and the Matson Photo
Service” was successful. We would like to thank to everyone who
came to the opening, to Andrew Goodall and Zbyňek Suchomel for
talks, Swing band for music and to Škrla family for renovating the
exhibition rooms and extending museum by one extra room.