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  • Signing of cultural cooperation programme between Poland and Croatia

    On July 1, 2020, the cultural cooperation programme between the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia for 2020-2023 was signed at the...

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  • "Thursdays with the Collection". Beat Streuli. Screenings at MOCAK.

    MOCAK (Museum of Contemporary Art in Cracow) presents Beat Streuli’s "Tamarama Surfers 01-24-01" in July and August, as part of the summer edition of Thursdays with the Collection. The work shows a group of surfers on...

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  • MOCAK Summer Cinema

    As part of the action Be a Tourist in Your City – Visit Krakow throughout the summer holidays MOCAK organises the evening film screenings, with a focus on art. The films will be shown on Fridays from 3 July until 28 August at 9...

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  • Re-opening of cultural institutions in Hungary

    Hungarian government decided that starting from Saturday June 20th cultural institutions in Hungary may reopen. Museums and art galleries will reopen gradually, following precautions necessary to to ensure safety and security of...

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  • Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis

    Bibliotheca Corvina – Library of King Matthias Hunyadi, part of the Memory of the World - launched in November 2018 is a renewed version of the corvina website created by National Széchényi Library in 2002, and is also part of...

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  • BE TOURIST IN YOUR OWN CITY – EXPLORE KRAKOW

    The City of Krakow has launched an information and social campaign aimed at supporting the local tourism market. BE TOURIST IN YOUR OWN CITY – EXPLORE KRAKOW is a social campaign addressed to all the inhabitants of Krakow, whose...

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  • CRACOVIANA. Virtual Video Exhibition from the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery Collection.

    In the latest on-line exhibition from the Bunkier Sztuki Collection we present films whose topics are Kraków-related. The exhibition covers works artists from Poland and abroad. The narrative moves through the city as it...

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  • The on-line Night of Museums in Poland

    In 2020 the Night of Museums in Poland will be celebrated on-line. Between May 15th and May 18th various Polish museums will offer digital events, virtual exhibitions and on-line meetings.  List of the museums and their...

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  • The Night of Museums and the Night of Churches in Czechia RESCHEDULED

    Due to COVID-19 pandemic, yearly Czech cultural events of May have been rescheduled.  The Night of Churches (Noc Kostelů) is a yearly night when Czech churches and chapels, congregations and orders welcome visitors in open...

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  • Re-opening of cultural institutions in Slovakia

    Slovak government decided that starting from Wednesday May 6th cultural institutions in Slovakia may reopen. Museums and art galleries will reopen gradually, following precautions necessary to to ensure safety and...

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  • 2020 winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards

    European Commission and Europa Nostra announced the 2020 winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards. Europe’s top honour in the heritage field goes to 21 exemplary achievements from 15 European countries....

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  • MOCAK Sounds & MOCAK Thursdays with the Collection online

    By decision of the Government Crisis Management Team, Polish museums will resume their activities. Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow plans to reopen on Tuesday 12 May. Nevertheless, MOCAK still encourages...

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  • Re-opening of cultural institutions in Czechia

    Czech government decided that starting from Monday May 11th cultural institutions in Czechia may reopen. Museums and art galleries will reopen gradually, following precautions necessary to to ensure safety and...

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  • Re-opening of cultural institutions in Poland

    Polish government decided that starting from Monday May 4th cultural institutions in Poland may reopen. Museums, art galleries, libraries, archives or bookstores will reopen gradually, following precautions necessary to to...

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  • ICC virtual educational program

    The International Cultural Centre in Cracow, like all cultural institutions in Poland, operates until further notice in remote work mode. They encourage you to follow social media, in which they will try to bring the nearly...

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  • Princes Czartoryski Museum virtual exhibit at Google Arts & Culture

    After a break of almost a decade, the Princes Czartoryski Museum (branch of the National Museum in Cracow) opened up to the public in 2019 in a completely new way. Because of the enlargement of the exhibition space, not...

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  • #MOCAKonline

    MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow encourages you to visit their e-Museum, to follow them on social media: ▪ YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/MOCAKkrakow ) ▪ Instagram (www.instagram.com/mocak_krakow ) ▪...

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  • The National Gallery Prague On-line

    Through new digital content, National Gallery in Prague strives to remain open during the coronavirus pandemic. NGP adapts to the situation and directs their current activities to the public mainly to social media. Virtual...

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  • Announcement on upcoming exhibitions in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

    Due to the pandemic, MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow has been obliged to alter the exhibition timetable. Below, please find the list of exhibitions that will be made available to the viewers when the Museum opens...

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  • Virtual Hungarian National Museum

    During closure due to COVID-19 pandemic, Hungarian National Museum offer exciting online exhibitions, virtual collections, downloadable tutorials, online help, videos and audio guides. Read about the history of our museum, learn...

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  • Call for contributions - 3rd issue of „Daguerreotype. Studies in the History and Theory of Photography” journal

    Journal „Daguerreotype. Studies in the History and Theory of Photography” is published by The Historians’ of Photography Association, Polish Institute of World Art Studies, and Museum of Photography in Cracow. Editorial board...

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  • "Travel around Central Europe" - ICC digital exhibition

    Due to coronavirus pandemic all Central-European museums and galleries have been closed  - but International Cultural Centre in Cracow invites you to enjoy their special virtual exhibition. It is called "Travel around...

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  • New sites awarded with European Heritage Label

    The European Heritage Label has been awarded to ten new sites that have played a significant role in the history and culture of Europe or the building of the European Union.  The European Commission awarded the European...

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  • Museums in Central Europe CLOSED due to coronavirus threat!

    In Czechia, Slovakia and Poland, as well as in many other European countries, government decrees ordered closing all museums because of the coronavirus threat. All the cultural events, such as concerts,...

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  • The Treasures of Krakow exhibition in Sofia

    After the presentation in Krakow and Bahrain, the Treasures of Krakow exhibition by International Cultural Centre in Cracow came to the capital of Bulgaria. Until April 30, 2020, it will be on the boulevard next to the...

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  • MOCAK partners the exhibition in the Bundestag on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

    The exhibition "David Olère. Überlebender des Krematorium III" ("David Olère: Survivor of Crematorium III"), organised by the Center for the Persecuted Arts in Solingen and the National Museum...

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  • Two new peer-reviewed scholarly journals on Central Europe.

    The Faculty of Humanities of the Eötvös University has started off two new peer-reviewed scholarly journals dealing with the culture and the history of Central Europe. "Central European Cultures" (CEC) is an...

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  • Re-opening of the Princes Czartoryski Museum in Cracow

    The Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci or the Landscape with the Good Samaritan by Rembrandt van Rijn will again be displayed at Pijarska Street in Krakow. The most valuable Polish art collection will once again appear in...

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  • December offer in Vienna and Budapest (Rubens and Caravaggio exhibitions)

    Two exceptional artists, two distinct styles and distant countries, sharing the same era. Show your Kunsthistorisches Museum entrance ticket and see the "Rubens, Van Dyck and the Splendour of Flemish Painting"...

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  • THE INVENTORY OF TORUŃ ART on-line. Part I: Sacral heritage, the Old Town complex

    This research project, realised within the framework of the National Program for the Development of Humanities of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education No. 0122/NPRH6/H11/85/2018 aims for conducting a thorough,...

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