Financial resources

 Financial resources will be obtained from the following activities: 

1. Art work in workshops: Development of religious objects, such as patens, chalices, monstrances, candlesticks, tabernacles, reliquaries, processional objects, and the like. 

Ceramic art work 
Metal casting art work 
Glass art work
Wood art work 
Textile art work 

2. Restoration in restoration studios 

3. Work and services in the photo studio 

4. Works of art to order 

5. Elementary Art Church School – Art Department – funds for teachers 

6. Vocational Art Church School for goldsmiths and jewellers – funds for teachers 

7. State subsidy for the employment of graduates of these schools in the workshops and studios of the House of Fine Arts 

8. Graphic studio and printing house – 1st class quality of work 

9. Shop with Christian art – own and accepted works of art 

10. Sales exhibitions 

11. Rental of exhibition space 

12. Preparation of exhibitions, including vernissages 

13. Courses and retraining 

14. Antiquarian bookshop with Christian literature 

15. Picture framing 

16. Wedding receptions, entertainments and other celebrations 

17. Jewellery shop 

18. Small café and pastry shop 

19. Making copies of works of art 

20. Rental of works of art 

21. Admission to exhibitions 

22. Art work and work outside the House of Fine Arts 

23. Own financial contributions and payments of employees for services within the building, construction and surroundings of the entire House of Fine Arts 

24. Contributions of entrepreneurs and managers 

25. Consultancy 

26. Financial Donations 

27. New options 

Note: Participants will not pay for lectures. Instead, it will be possible to make financial donations for lectures. 

Jozef Absolon 
Artist and Teacher

Chairman and Statutory Representative of the Civic Association
The House of Fine Arts