The great international stage setting and architectural design exhibition PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL takes place every four years. It is subdivided into three areas: a) national pavillions, in which the work of distinguished stage designers from each country is presented, b) presentations of projects related to theatrical architecture and c) exhibition of student Stage Setting work by University departments from around the world (Scenofest)
Since 2003, the School of Drama is regularly present in the Prague Quadrennial.
The School of Drama participated in the 13rd Prague Quadrennial, with the project Water, a short show with emphasis on the visual element, in which lighting, music, and movement are in a constant dialogue.
In the organization of the event of 2011, the School of Drama participated with Woyzeck, a musical road show. The show was a result of the collaboration of instructors and students of classes of Acting, of Musical Theater, and Stage Design.
In the 11th Prague Quadrennial, the School of Drama participated again, this time independently, in the fields of theater architecture and university faculties.
For the presentation of the Greek pavillion In the Prague Quadrennial 2003, the School of Drama cooperated with the Greek Section of the International Theater Institute, the School of Architecture of AUTH and the State Theater of Northern Greece.