In the former hall of a one-time glass factory in Prague, a unique platform for art has been created, offering direct contact with artists of all disciplines. The founder of the non-profit international center for contemporary art is the well-known Czech artist David Černý.

Visual arts, theatre, film, music, and educational programs meet closely at MeetFactory. Concerts and other music events, theatre performances, and exhibitions are regularly held here. The space is equipped with a music hall with a bar, a small theatre, a café, three gallery spaces as well as rehearsal rooms and studios.

MeetFactory is housed in an industrial building in the Smíchov district of Prague - you can recognize it by the two red cars hanging on the facade. Their author is the founder of MeeFactory, the artist David Černý, who is also the author of the sculptures of babies climbing the Žižkov TV tower, the revolving head of Franz Kafka in the centre of Prague or the statue of St. Wenceslas riding a dead horse in the passage of Prague's Lucerna Palace.