Cultural Projects

Annual Programming Offer
of the Galicia Jewish Museum


Project co-financed by the Municipality of Kraków.

Mobile Cultural Spaces


The main objective of this project is to facilitate residents’ of small towns access to cultural events and develop their cultural competences by raising awareness of various aspects of Jewish culture. As part of the project, workshops, lectures, film screenings, exhibitions and concerts were organised in 7 towns in the Małopolskie and Podkarpackie voivodeships. All of the events were free of charge for visitors.
The project was carried out as part of the "Kultura Dostępna" project financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Galicia - Read Here


This project promotes reading among the inhabitants of Małopolska, including meetings with writers, lectures and workshops for children in municipalities around Kraków.

The project is co-financed by the Office of the Marshal of the Małopolskie Voivodeship.

Street Art Jewish Style


The aim of this project was to organise an exhibition of large-format paintings inspired by Jewish heritage - "Street Art Jewish Style". This innovative exhibition featured works by invited artists created directly in the space of the Galicia Jewish Museum.
The main goal of the “Street Art Jewish Style” project was to popularise Jewish culture and increase awareness of its diversity through the creation of innovative art forms such as street art. By inviting a wide range of artists from Poland and abroad, we were able to prepare a very diverse exhibition featuring works referring to Kabbalistic tradition, pop culture, modern Israel, antisemitism and religious symbols.
The project was financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

An Unfinished Memory. Jewish Heritage and the Holocaust in Eastern Galicia


The aim of this project was to create a new permanent exhibition that would supplement the Galicia Jewish Museum's main exhibition Traces of Memory. A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland by Chris Schwarz and Jonathan Webber. The new exhibition is part of a wide-ranging plan for the Galicia Jewish Museum – taking a penetrating and courageous look at Jewish heritage throughout the historic Galicia province, the eastern part of which is today located in Ukraine. An Unfinished Memory encourages visitors not only to look but also to read the world around us from the perspective of Jewish memory. Through moving photographs and piercing captions, the exhibition explores the continued presence of Jewish heritage in the former Eastern Galicia, the constant impact of the Holocaust on the social geography of western Ukraine and the challenge of preserving this heritage and its commemoration.
The project was financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Around Galicia – Not-So-Distant Travels


This project gives seniors the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the cultural heritages of national and ethnic minorities living in Małopolska, which was one of the most religiously and culturally diverse regions in Poland in the 19th century. As part of the project, a series of events, concerts, public lectures and cooking workshops relating to the culture of the nations and ethnic groups living in Małopolska was organised. One of the results of the project was an exhibition of photographs by participants presenting multicultural Kraków.
The project was co-financed by the Government Programme for the Social Activeness of Seniors for 2014-2020.