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.
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.
ICC publications are available in electronic versions
In order to meet the readers' expectations, we decided to prepare two e-books, which in the past year were the most popular in the ICC publishing offer.
The ICC book is nominated in the Ambassador of New Europe competition
We are pleased to inform that the book published by the ICC The Turkey, Great Steppe and Central Europe by Adam Balcer became one of the five titles nominated in the Ambassador of New Europe competition.
The Treasures of Kraków
The exhibition The Treasures of Kraków recounts the tale of a city – the seat of Polish kings, former capital of the country, home to one of the oldest European universities and magnet for poets, writers and artists. It was one of the most important Central European metropolises of the Medieval era. For centuries a cosmopolitan, multicultural settlement, open to outside influences, it is also the most Polish of Polish cities. In 1978, Kraków became the first European urban ensemble to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
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
Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa paid a visit at the ICC
On June 2, 2019 Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa paid a visit at the ICC. She met with Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik, the ICC Director and Prof. Dr. Jacek Purchla, Chair of the OWHC Steering Committee.