Event calendar

Upcoming events

22.02.2018, godz. 13:00

15 minutes about art

Every Thursday and Friday, we invite you to a 15-minute meeting, during which we will tell about one of the artifacts presented at the exhibition ‘’Lviv, 24th June 1937.City, architecture, modernism”.

01.03.2018, godz. 18:00

Speaking and writing about Lviv – meeting with Dr. Katarzyna Kotyńska and Dr. Jagoda Wierzejska

In Lviv, Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish memories are interlacd inseparably, making the city’s literary image an interesting research field. Katarzyna Kotyńska and Jagoda Wierzejska will talk about how the city has been presented in literature and enmeshed in a variety of narrations.
04.03.2018, godz. 12:30

Encounters with art

An hour-long sunday class aimed at kids aged 4-6 and held at the ICC.
04.03.2018, godz. 16:00

Guided tour in ukrainian

A cycle of guided tours on exhibition Lviv, 24th June 1937.City, architecture, modernism in ukrainian.
05.03.2018, godz. 12:00

ICC on a dummy

The "ICC on a dummy" cycle has been specially created to address the needs of the youngest visitors (not older than three years) as well as their caretakers to the ICC Gallery.
08.03.2018, godz. 18:00

Helena Syrkusowa – a forgotten architect of modernism – lecture by Rafał Ochęduszko

Helena Syrkusowa was an outstanding architects of Polish modernism, active both in the interwar period and after WWII. She graduated from Warsaw Polytechnic, where she met Barbara and Stanisław Brukalski, Bohdan Lachert, Józef Szanajca and her future husband Szymon Syrkus.
09.03.2018, godz. 11:00

Mature for Art

The ICC project aimed at people enjoying their free mornings and wishing to increase their competence in the fields of art and culture.
10.03.2018, godz. 11:00

Walks about heritage

February 10, Saturday, at 11:00 - sightseeing of the Church of St. Martin in Krakow with Marta Sztwiertnia.
11.03.2018, godz. 12:30

Lviv fairy tales and legends – workshops for Children

A meeting for children with joint reading of Lviv fairy tales and legends followed by art workshops inspired by these stories.
15.03.2018, godz. 18:00

Modernism in Bydgoszcz – lecture by Dr. Agnieszka Wysocka

Before it was back within the Polish borders in January 1920, Bydgoszcz had already had a clearly defined urban layout. Sometimes the planners would adapt their new concepts to the existing architecture on the one hand, and at other times they put forward their own proposals.
22.03.2018, godz. 18:00

The Gorgon case – meeting with Cezary Łazarewicz

The link between Mrs Gorgon, a character in one of the biggest crime stories of pre-war Poland, and the subject of the exhibition is Henryk Zaręba – architect and father of the murdered child, Lusia. Łazarewicz’s latest book, Koronkowa robota. Sprawa Gorgonowej [Deft dealing. The Gorgon case] tries to find out not only whether Rita Gorgon was guilty but also what happed to her after she was released from prison on 3 Sep. 1939.
28.03.2018, godz. 18:00

Lwów. The architecture and planning in modernity after modernity – lecture by Prof. Bohdan Cherkes

The architectural landscape of pre-war Lviv was a tangle of many circumstances. Lviv Polytechnic and its teaching staff played an important role in integrating architectural training in the Second Polish Republic. Being one of just two technical schools in Poland it drew in students from all corners of the country.
05.04.2018, godz. 18:00

Meeting with Agnieszka Partridge on the book The power of ornament

Meeting with Agnieszka Partridge on the book Potęga ornamentu. Europejska ceramika artystyczna w budownictwie z lat 1840–1939 i jej przykłady w obiektach architektury Krakowa [The power of ornament. European art ceramics in 1840-1939 buildings with examples of Krakow architecture].
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