Plans and objectives for 2022


The cultural panorama of Central Europe, the protection of cultural heritage, and the problems of dissonant heritage are subjects that are always present in the activities of the International Cultural Centre. There will be no change in this respect in 2022. The Spring season will be inaugurated with the exhibition ‘Unwanted Capital: Architecture and Urban Planning in Kraków during the German Occupation of 1939–1945’, which will present the changes that the city was subjected to during this short period, when capital status was thrust upon it. The exhibition is the culmination of a long‑held interest in the heritage of the Third Reich in Kraków, as Professor Jacek Purchla has been conducting research on the subject for over fifteen years. A key issue that we would like to address through the exhibition is how this legacy is regarded today, while also attempting to gauge just how problematic this heritage really is.


With these words, the director of the ICC, Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik, begins an introduction to the "Plans and objectives of the International Cultural Centre" for 2022.


We invite you to read about the events planned by the ICC this year.

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