6.11.2023, 12.00

Guided tour through the exhibition “Kroke. Orthodox Jews in Kraków”

The exhibition “Kroke. Orthodox Jews in Kraków” is the result of a long-term photography project by Agnieszka Traczewska. Agnieszka Traczewska has been documenting the Orthodox Jewish community of Kraków with her camera since 2008. For over 15 years, she has taken hundreds of photos, creating a unique collective portrait of the community captured during


5.11.2023, 11.00

Family Sunday: “Podhale oraz Orawa, Spisz i Pieniny. Przewodnik dla dużych i małych” (“Podhale and Orawa, Spisz and Pieniny. A Guide for Children and Adults”) – A meeting with authors of the book, Barbara Gawryluk and Paweł Skawiński

“Unique monuments, mysterious castles and fortresses, open-air ethnographic museums, abandoned villages, rushing rivers, unusual plants, and protected animals – you will find it all in the region surrounding Tatra Mountains in the south of Poland. We would like to invite you to a journey through Podhale, Spisz, Orawa, and Pieniny” – this is how Barbara


4.11.2023, 18.00

The 10th TRAKL-TAT Festival Gala

“TRAKL-TAT. An All-Polish Georg Trakl Poetry Contest” is a competition for poets whose work is inspired by the Austrian author. Georg Trakl (1887-1914) was a famous poet who died in Krakow during a key moment in world history: 1914, the time of the Great War. Given the context of his lifetime, Georg Trakl is not