Cultural heritage in practice - postgraduate studies

Cultural heritage in practice
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How to care for cultural heritage and how to effectively manage it? Is heritage only museums and monuments or maybe something more? This is what the students of the Academy of Heritage will find out. Recruitment for postgraduate studies lasts until September 30.

The Academy of Heritage lectures and seminars cover the economic, legal, social and political issues that form the basis of the modern philosophy of heritage protection. Students are trained in the methods of protecting cultural heritage and managing its resources. Part of the program are field workshops conducted at historic buildings, away workshops on the management of cultural institutions and a final study tour, thanks to which students can test their theoretical knowledge in practice. Classes are held in the most interesting museums and institutions across the country, such as the Museum of Art in Łódź, the Palace in Wilanów or the Museum of Warsaw.

The lecturers of the Academy are experts related to the University of Economics in Krakow, the Jagiellonian University, the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, the Lodz University of Technology, incl. professors Jacek Purchla, Wojciech Bałus, Piotr Krasny, Andrzej Matlak, as well as practitioners associated with key cultural institutions in Poland, who successfully manage large museums: Paweł Jaskanis, director of the Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów and Alicja Knast, director of the National Gallery in Prague. They will advise students on how to effectively raise funds and how to communicate well with the audience.

Due to the epidemiological threat of COVID-19, the Academy of Heritage classes will be conducted in a hybrid form, partly on-site in Krakow, partly on-line. Cost of one semester of study: PLN 1,900 (payment may be divided into installments).

More information
https://mck.krakow.pl/studia-podyawodowe
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