European Year of Cultural Heritage

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

New toolkit for teachers: bringing Europe's cultural heritage to the classroom

In the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage , the European Commission has developed interactive activities aimed at encouraging students to discover, interact with and enjoy their cultural heritage. Its brand new Teachers’ Toolkit ‘Europe’s Cultural Heritage’ focuses on better understanding cultural heritage, both in students’ immediate local community and in a European context.

Friday, October 5, 2018

“CULTURE AS THE BASIC MECHANISM OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT” SEMINAR

The “Culture as the Basic Mechanism of Urban Development” seminar was held in the Large Auditorium of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences at Sławkowska Street in Kraków, as an accompanying event of the 2018 Open Eyes Economy Summit on Tour and 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. The seminar was organised by the International Cultural Centre and the Economy and Public Administration Fund of the Krakow University of Economics.

Monday, September 3, 2018

UPCOMING RELEASE OF “ZWIERZYNIEC – OKAZY WYBRANE”

An extraordinary collection of poems and stories bringing to live animals depicted by Polish artists.
The book brings together animals depicted by Polish artists over the last few centuries. Creatures that were painted, woven, sculpted and papercut. Beasts with wings, horns, familiar and exotic, wild and domesticated. Famous and obscure. Ancient and quite young. Arguing and making deals, roaring and singing, scavenging and trying on shoes, sleeping, longing and day-dreaming. They all invite children and adults to take a walk across the astonishing world of wildlife and art.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Berlin Call to Action

We invite all those who care for Europe’s past, present and future to sign, support and widely share the Berlin Call to Action “Cultural Heritage for the Future of Europe”.

Friday, September 28, 2018

“ZWIERZOBRAZ” CHILDREN’S ART COMPETITION

They have always been living next to us. Softly-furred or hard-shelled. Wearing antennae on their heads or colourful feathers on their tails. Equipped with claws, wings or fins. Two-legged or with multiple hairy legs... Animals have always been a part of our lives, providing inspiration.