Inauguration of the 15th edition of the Heritage Academy

This weekend, the ICC inaugurated the next edition of the Heritage Academy - postgraduate studies devoted to the management of cultural institutions and the promotion of cultural heritage.

The studies were established in 2001 by the International Cultural Center and the Małopolska School of Public Administration at the University of Economics in Krakow. In 2020/2021, classes will be held in a hybrid form - partly in Krakow, partly on-line.

The audience of the 15th edition was greeted by Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik, director of the ICC, and the first virtual lectures were given by prof. Marek Ćwiklicki (Fundamentals of organization and management in a public institution), dr. Dominik Ziarkowski (Heritage and tourism).

The Heritage Academy is a postgraduate study program intended not only for people who run cultural institutions on a daily basis, but also for specialists working in cultural institutions, tourist operators, teachers, museologists, as well as owners of historic buildings and investors. Classes on the methods of protecting cultural heritage and managing its resources allow for the deepening and updating of the necessary knowledge - the applicable financial and legal regulations, economic, social and political issues that form the basis of a modern philosophy of heritage protection. The lecturers are practitioners who successfully manage large museums. They advise students on pragmatic solutions, how to effectively raise funds, and how to communicate well with the audience.

More information about the Heritage Academy can be found here.
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