Nasreddin’s Turkish stories and riddles
We kindly invite children for workshops
Seminar: Heritage. Where the past meets the future. Focus on digitalisation
Join us at the third meeting on the potential of cultural heritage. This time, our attention will be focused on the relationship between heritage and the digital world.
Constantinople is so beautifully afire or on Istanbul firefighters
We kindly invite to a lecture by Dr. Piotr Nykiel
Who are the Turks – a lecture by Prof. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk
We kindly invite to the lecture by a world-renowned authority in Turkish studies.
Istanbul. A century of change
A meeting with Max Cegielski, a journalist, writer and presenter, the author of Od Konstantynopola do Stambułu [ From Constantinople to Istanbul ].
Yakamoz. The Museum Night at the ICC
Yakamoz is a Turkish word for the reflection of the moon in water; in 2007 the word won the title of the world’s most beautiful word in a contest announced by the German magazine Kulturaustausch.
Guided tour in ukrainian
A cycle of guided tours on exhibition Lviv, 24th June 1937.City, architecture, modernism in ukrainian.
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].
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.
Modernist Thursdays in ICC
The series of lectures about modernism in architecture accompanying the exhibition Lviv, 24 June 1937. City, architecture, modernism.
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.
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.