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90 Years of the Great Wajda Andrzej Wajda, one of the most important Polish film directors, who not only is world-renowned but was awarded the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement, is to celebrate his 90th birthday. He has been making films since 1950 and currently is working on yet another. Although born in north-eastern Poland,...
Ewa Kuryluk’s Paintings at the National Museum in Kraków A visit to the National Museum in Kraków in May will be worthwhile as there is an interesting exhibition devoted to the paintings of Ewa Kuryluk, an art historian, writer, poet, painter, graphic artist, photographer and even installation artist. She studied History of Art at the Jagiellonian...
XI Dni Muzyki Feliksa Mendelssohna To wydarzenie muzyczne odbywa się pod znakiem Feliksa Mendelssohna.
Niemal spontanicznie pojawia się pytanie: co to za znak, ten? Mendelssohn jest w swej istocie, w swej historii pozytywny. Muzyka Mendelssohna nie walczy z żadną inną, jest tak zasadniczo pewna swych pryncypiów, a są one, to...
Max Ernst exhibition at the ICC  (31 May – 28 August 2016) Opening of exhibition of works of Max Ernst – one of the most versatile and creative artists of the 20th century – will honour the celebration of the 25th jubilee of the International Cultural Centre. The choice of this remarkable artistic personality is not coincidental. Max Ernst...
It’s Like Heaven... ‘A five-star hotel not exactly on the tourist trail? It’s possible. The Blue has been on the go for more than 15 years,’ – says Wojciech Bryg, the director.
• Advantages?
• Intimacy, comfort, excellent...
Holidays with the Summer School of Polish Language and Culture at the Jagiellonian University The Polish language is considered one of the toughest in the world, yet the culture, and above all the history, of this country is one of the richest in Europe. Every year, during the summer holidays, hundreds of enthusiasts from around the world take up the challenge to face the intricacies of...
Solaris Accelerates Since it was opened in Kraków last year the National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS, which belongs to the Jagiellonian University, has enabled Poland to join the European Union consortium CERIC-ERIC, a consortium that also includes Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Romania, Serbia and...
Betmanowska House: an Extraordinary Address, a Royal Welcome The Cloth Hall and St Mary’s Church are within easy reach. You can walk to Wawel Castle in ten minutes, or to Florian’s Gate just in three minutes. I am talking about a unique place and a special welcome that cannot be found elsewhere with Ewa Cienki, the...
The Passion in the musical home of Krzysztof Penderecki An interview with Bogdan Tosza, director of the Karol Szymanowski Kraków Philharmonic.
• On April 24, the orchestra and choirs of the Kraków Philharmonic as well as a group of soloists will perform St. Luke’s Passion composed by Krzysztof...
So Much to Show An interview with Dr. Andrzej Betlej, director of the National Museum in Kraków.
• Although you have only been in charge of Krakow’s National Museum since the beginning of the year, what part do you see the museum playing regarding international...
25 Years of International Cultural Centre This year, the International Cultural Centre, one of the most important cultural institutions in contemporary Kraków, celebrates its 25th anniversary. The Centre was established shortly after the democratic changes in 1989 that took place first in Poland, and then spread over the whole of Central...
Oravian Treasures Małopolska contains numerous attractions which are extremely well-known all over the world. However, the province, whose capital city is Kraków, also abounds in natural and cultural delights in many places that are rarely visited, despite the fact that these would take the proverbial breath away...
The Phenomenon of Zakopane Zakopane is a small town situated at the southern edge of Poland. There are many similar locations in the area, but no other place is visited by millions of tourists every year. And none can boast of such great importance within the national culture or the indisputable claim to be the winter...
The ICE Kraków Congress Centre and Tauron Arena An interview with Izabela Helbin, director of the Kraków Festival Office.
• The ICE Kraków is considered to be the best convention centre in Poland. How do you yourself estimate its importance within the economy of Kraków and the surrounding...

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