International Initiative for Development for Ethnic Art

Artistic activities

The civic association MIRET supports young talented performers and artists who have not had the chance to shine out of financial, social, racial or other reasons.

Art has become soulless, and the destructive influence of commercialization causes young people to lose their identity and their own creative potential.This gives rise to ignorance and produces art that is biased. Therefore, all activites of MIRET are focused on authentic, natural creativity

Heartfelt, sincere creativity builds a person's self-confidence and identity and consequently gives one freedom. These factors help a person to lead a full and healthy life, but mainly awakens his inner self, a process fundamental not only in art. The activities of MIRET are not affected by age, professional or ethnic boundaries.

By supporting positive Romani role models and presenting the Romani culture as a valuable part of mainstream society, we would like to reduce the hatred and hostility towards the Roma. At the same time, we aim to show that Roma and non-Roma cooperation is possible.


Romano drom

Romano drom summer school with concerts in three towns in the North Bohemia (Šluknovsko) will take place during July 30 - August 13, 2016.


  • 9. 8. letní kino v Novém Boru
  • 10. 8. Lužické náměstí v Rumburku
  • 11. 8. zámecké zahrady v Děčíně


Concerts with the Czech Philharmonic

Four concerts by the Čhavorenge Choir and Czech Philharmonic directed by Marco Ivanović will take place in Prague in October 2016.