Yes, each of the three main themes corresponds to one of the three major exhibitions.
Imagination correlates with the Student Exhibition and encourages curators to bring work, both realized and conceptual, from students and emerging designers up to 5 years post graduation. More information about this exhibition can be found here: http://www.pq.cz/en/student-exhibition
The Exhibition of Countries and Regions takes the theme of Transformation and each offering should capture and share the essence of current trends that reflect contemporary views, thoughts, and artistic developments in performance design realized in past six years in theatres or other sites adapted by scenographic means. The main focus will be on the performance design as a strong integral element of performance, not conceptual, directorial or dramaturgical approaches where performance design plays a subservient role. We are not interested in creating a series of small exhibition sub-spaces, but rather one scenographic landscape, containing distinct places where different kind of experience is offered. However, the work of practicing performance designers should be the focus of each exhibition, with the installation framing the displayed work. More information about this exhibition can be found here: http://www.pq.cz/en/exhibition-countries-and-regions
Memory lends itself to Fragments, a special exhibition highlighting the work of a single living-legend from each participating country or region. Information about Fragments will be made available in the call published November 31, 2017. More information about this exhibition can be found here: http://www.pq.cz/en/fragments