We know scholarship holders of the 20th edition of Thesaurus Poloniae
Thesaurus Poloniae: 20th edition (March-July 2019)
Bishop Waldemar Pytel, the laureate of the Prize of the Aleksander Gieysztor 2019
On March 5, during the gala at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the laureate of the 20th edition of the prof. Aleksandra Gieysztora granted to outstanding people and institutions devoted to the protection of Polish cultural heritage. The Chapter of the Award, chaired by prof. dr. hab. Andrzej Rottermund, decided this year to distinguish Bishop. Waldemar Pytel, whom the MCK has for many years associated with close and cordial relations.
A series of seminars titled Cultural Mega-Events and Urban Heritage ...
The International Cultural Centre is one of the partners of the international HOMEE project, which aims to examine the impact of major cultural events on various aspects of urban life. As part of this international research initiative, between March 20 and April 17 at the Politecnico di Milano there will be open to the public seminars devoted to the changing importance of mega-events.
ICC is a new member of the Standing Conference of Directors of Cracow Museums
We are very pleased to announce that the International Cultural Centre has become a new extraordinary member of the Permanent Conference of Directors of Cracow Museums. We want to emphasize that belonging to such an exceptional body of Krakow's major museums is an honor and a privilege.
Join ILUCIDARE focus group and co-creation atelier
The International Cultural Centre in Kraków, together with the members of the ILUCIDARE project consortium, invite experts from Central and Eastern Europe to participate and contribute to augmenting and promoting the knowledge on heritage and innovation as well heritage and diplomacy relations by taking part in the ILUCIDARE focus group and co-creation atelier to be held in Kraków on June 10-11, 2019.
Women of Central Europe – new issue of the "Herito" quarterly
It is only recently that the role of women in history has been more fully recognised. In the early 1970s, the term “herstory” was coined to refer to history told from a woman’s point of view. Although “Herito” always seeks to offer as much space to women authors and their topics as possible, we decided to dedicate the new issue entirely to women that were significant to Central European history, culture, politics, and arts – women often forgotten, underappreciated, or intentionally erased.
Iva Hraste-Sočo, deputy minister of culture of Croatia, visiting the ICC
On Tuesday, 16 April 2019, the International Cultural Center was visited by the deputy minister of culture of Croatia, Iva Hraste-Sočo and Anna Kodrić Gagro, senior counselor at the Croatian Ministry of Culture. During the visit, they met with the management of the ICC, Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik and Łukasz Galusek.
Ľubomír Lipták Slovaks. A Century Longer Than a Hundred Years
Are the inhabitants of Slovakia descendants of the mythical people of the king Svatopluk that were defeated by the Magyars? When did Pressburg become Bratislava and why did Prague make it its business? What was the story behind the Slovak-Czech “hyphen war”? Finally, how to survive in Central Europe as a member of a small nation haunted by the ghost of historical myths and still preserve a personal approach to one’s own history?
Recruitment to the tenth edition of the V4 Heritage Academy program
We invite you to take part in the tenth edition of the V4 Heritage Academy program: Management of UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Sites in Visegrad Countries 2019, which will be held on July 8-14, 2019. The theme will be the management of places inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List on the example of Český Krumlov.
26.04.2019, 1:00 p.m.
The art quarter
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 Years of Disarray. Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928
27.04.2019, 12:00 a.m.
Free Art Day at the ICC
On Saturday, April 27, 2019, at 12:00 the 9th national edition will take place under the name of Free Art Day, to which the ICC will once again join. On this day, especially on this occasion, 12-13 we offer free admission to the exhibition at the ICC Gallery.
28.04.2019, 12:30 a.m.
Encounters with art
An hour-long sunday class aimed at kids aged 4-6 and held at the ICC.