A lecturer in the NGP since 2006 and educator since 2009, Oldřich Bystřický mediates 19th–21st century art and architecture via educational programmes and lectures, producing concepts of interactive studios for exhibitions and expositions, and preparing programmes in cooperation with contemporary artists. He graduated in Didactics of Visual Arts for Teachers of the Second Stage of Primary Schools and Secondary Schools from the Palacký University Olomouc, and Painting under the supervision of Petr Veselý and Tomáš Lahoda from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Brno University of Technology. Oldřich Bystřický focuses on free creation – drawing, painting, performance and creating objects and installations, receiving the Josef Hlávka Award in 2008.
He occasionally hosts site-specific community events revitalising the public space, e.g. in the Jewish quarter of Boskovice (2011, 2012) and the programme to revitalise the modernist communal house in Litvínov (the Koldům event, 2013). Oldřich Bystřický publishes technical articles and reviews dealing with the mediation of modern and contemporary art.
Since 2016, he has been Head of the Public Programming of the NGP.