Young Viennese Architects - lecture by Michael Salvi and Thomas Weber
The Austrian Culture Forum invites you to a lecture entitled Concept / context by Michael Salvi and Thomas Weber, winners of numerous architectural awards from the Viennese studio Schenker Salvi Weber Architekten. The event accompanies the exhibition Young Viennese architects and landscape architects presented in the medieval cellars of the ICC from November 6th to December 1st, 2019. Free entrance. Simultaneous translation. ICC is an event partner.
My life with Bulgakov - meeting with Prof. Marietta Czudakowa
Do we know everything about the author of The Master and Margarita ? Are there any white spots in his biography, and if so, what do they relate to and what is their reason? The ICC, the Center for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding and the Sedno Publishing House invite you to a meeting with Marietta Czudakowa, an outstanding Russian literary scholar, literary critic and writer, the author of the biography of Mikhail Bułhakov, which has just been published in Polish. The event's partner is city of Krakow, the UNESCO City of Literature.
Representatives of the Danish Utzon Center visit the ICC
On November 12th, 2019, the ICC was visited by representatives of the Utzon Center in Aalborg, an institution promoting the ideas and achievements of the Danish architect, creator of the famous Sydney Opera House - Jørn Utzon. The director of the Center, Lasse Andersson, together with Dr. Line Norskov Eriksen, who heads the exhibition department, met with Agata Wąsowska Pawlik to discuss cooperation opportunities.
The first ICC art project for parents with children in Ukrainian and Russian language
MINI meetings with art have been organized in the ICC for almost 10 years, during which, in a pleasant, family atmosphere, we activate sensitivity and passion in children, and bring the most important art related concepts. From October this year, we also invite parents and guardians with Ukrainian and Russian-speaking children to the workshops.
Carpathians - lost space. Promotion of the 36th issue of the Herito quarterly
What is left of the memory of Boykos, Lemkos, Hutsuls, Wallachians, Shekels or Transylvania Saxons? What significance do the Carpathians have for Poles, Slovaks, Romanians or Hungarians? We invite you to a discussion devoted to the largest mountain range in Central Europe. An opportunity to meet and talk is the 36th issue of the quarterly "Herito".
An exhibition of Young Viennese Architects and Landscape Architects
Vienna is a city of wonderful architectural heritage. Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, Theophil Hansen, Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos are just a few names of the most famous architects who shaped Vienna, and it history of architecture. Architects whose work arouses interest in the today world in Vienna. Thanks to three important universities educating architects, new studios are still being created here.
Will Bolesław Prus's novel The Doll enter world literature?
We invite you to meeting with an outstanding translator of Polish literature, the author of the translation of the Bolesław Prus The Doll into Japanese, a longtime friend of the ICC - prof. Tokimasa Sekiguchi from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS).
My Kurdistan - meeting with Ahmad Nabaz
We invite you to meet with Ahmad Nabaz, a 33-year-old Kurdish artist who will talk about his works currently presented at the Dark East exhibition in the medieval cellars of the ICC. The meeting with the artist will be conducted by Zyiad Raoof, Plenipotentiary of Kurdistan Regional Government in Poland.
ICC at the 23rd International Book Fair in Krakow
The 23rd International Book Fair in Krakow will take place on October 24-27th. On this occasion, the ICC prepared several Central European news and numerous book promotions. We invite you to stand B69 to the Dunaj hall in the EXPO Kraków Trade Fair and Congress Center at ul. Galicyjska 9.
With the mini-book on the way - our educational workshops at the Book Fair in Krakow
From November 21, 2019, a new exhibition entitled Fotoblok. Central Europe in photo books. Inspired by its idea, we already invite book lovers aged 5-11 to creative workshops during the International Book Fair in Krakow.
Meeting of participants of the international ArtCoMe project in Bratislava
The next edition of the international ArtCoMe project took place on October 25-28 in Bratislava. Art and Contemporary Me. A group of 20 students from four countries met again to participate in activities devoted to the cultural heritage of Central Europe. The event's Polish partner was ICC.
Representatives of the most important Russian cultural institutions visit ICC
On October 24, 2019, the ICC was visited by representatives of the most important Russian cultural institutions to discuss the nearly thirty years of experience of our institution in the field of international cultural cooperation. During the visit, they met with the ICC management, Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik and Łukasz Galusek.
The Ambassador of Norway visits the ICC
On Monday, October 21st, 2019, the ICC was visited by His Excellency, the Ambassador of Norway, Olav Myklebust and the Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Norway, Marian Mikołajski and Councilor for Norwegian Funds at the Embassy of Norway, Anniken Kleven-Gasser. .
Finissage of the exhibition Skopje. City, Architecture and Art of Solidarity
For over three months, we presented at the ICC Gallery the story of the Macedonian capital affected by the earthquake, almost sixty years ago. Exhibition Skopje. City, Architecture and Art of Solidarity are slowly coming to an end.
Public space in cities in the 19th century - book discussion
We invite you to the meeting promoting the second volume of the Architecture in the City series, architecture for the city published by the Institute of History of Tadeusz Manteuffel Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. The discussion on public space in Polish cities in the 19th century will be attended by prof. Agnieszka Zabłocka-Kos (University of Wrocław), dr Aleksander Łupienko (Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences) and dr Wojciech Szymański (Institute of Art History of the University of Warsaw). The conversation will be led by dr Michał Wiśniewski and Łukasz Galusek. ICC is an event partner.