Project (ComAnCE) Combat Anti-Semitism in Central Europe has entered a new stage. The CASED database, which is one of the most important and largest products of this project, is now available.
The International Visegrad Fund has approved the list of literary residents for 2021 as part of the Visegrad Literary Residency Program.
As part of the annual edition of the “Renaissance Trail” program, the Villa Decius Association is pleased to invite you to an online meeting with Krakow art from this period. Meetings leading guide titled Wojciech Zabielski. The lectures can be seen on the Facebook of the Centrum Aktywności Seniora – Willa Decjusza. https://www.facebook.com/Centrum-Aktywno%C5%9Bci-Senior%C3%B3w-Willa-Decjusza-106462340873278
17th edition of the Polish Prize Sergio Vieira de Mello, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (2002-2003) On December 10, the online gala of the Polish Sergio Vieira de Mello, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (2002-2003). The gala was followed by a panel discussion organized in cooperation with the New Diplomacy Foundation.
On September 21, 2020, the Villa Decius Visegrad Heritage Lab project of the Villa Decius Cultural Institute began in a new, changed online form. During the long discussion, the graduates of Villa Decius flagship projects talked about the operation and cooperation in a reality full of limitations and the necessity of educational and cultural activities.
On October 25, 2020, the third and last of the jubilee concerts planned this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the reconstruction of Villa Decius took place. Unfortunately, due to epidemiological reasons, the concert performed by Polish Soloists took place without the audience.
Multicultural Festival 2020 – New Cracovians “Krakow – history – path” This year, the meeting face to face as part of the Multicultural Festival – New Cracovians, on a multicultural walk was impossible, so we decided to create a multicultural map of Krakow that connects new and present Cracovians.
As part of the action carried out during this year’s Multicultural Festival – New Krakowianie, we invited our kindergartens to cooperate with us to carry out classes during which group leaders read fairy tales and legends from foreign countries to the youngest Cracovians. Fairy tales and legends read to children became an inspiration for drawings.