We invite to the opening of the exhibition Skopje. City, Architecture and Art of Solidarity
Rakowice-Czyżyny. Formerly and today - a city walk
The city walk will be guided in Polish.
Call for Entries: European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2020
Until October 1, 2019 you can submit your project within the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards scheme. This year the Awards will not only be given for exceptional conservation, protection or education projects. For the first time initiatives that link cultural heritage and innovation as well as cultural heritage and diplomacy will be awarded, as a part of the international ILUCIDARE project, where the International Cultural Centre plays a role of a research partner.
HOMEE Living Lab in Matera
The HOMEE project partners meet in Italian Matera, which holds the title of the European Capital of Culture 2019, to share the first research results on threats and opportunities that cultural heritage faced as a result of Expo 2015 in Milan, European Capitals of Culture in Wrocław (2016) and Pafos (2017) and UK Capital of Cultue 2017 in Hull.
A spider and a singing frog. Around the tenement houses of Teodor Talowski - a city walk
The walk will be conducted in Polish.
In connection with the latest exhibition Years of Disarray. Art of Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928 invites you to a series of meetings Avant-Garde Academy . It will be an extraordinary opportunity to get acquainted with selected issues of early 20th century art.
The closing day of the exhibition Years of Disarray...
We cordially invite to the closing day of the exhibition Years of Disarray. Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928 . This is the last chance to see the works of the most outstanding Central European painters, sculptors and graphic designers at the beginning of the 20th century. On the day of the finissage, admission to the ICC Gallery is free.
Lecture by Dr Piotr Rypson
Lecture is a part of a programme accompanying the exhibition Years of Disarray: Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908–1928 .