Preparations for the student meeting in Cracow are in full swing
Last week, International Cultural Centre in Cracow has ceremonially launched the first rerun of the exhibition ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’.
Last week, International Cultural Centre in Cracow has ceremonially launched the first rerun of the exhibition ‘Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Avant-gardes in the Central Europe’. Thus Cracow is the main centre of the international project ArtCoMe for following months. At the beginning of April, the city of Polish kings will welcome students from Olomouc, Bratislava and Pécs.
There are only a few weeks left to the international meeting therefore project coordinators from Olomouc Museum of Art came to Cracow to meet Polish colleagues and share their experiences. ‘We had a possibility to attend the exhibition opening and meet our colleagues from Slovakia and Hungary too. A festive atmosphere of the first evening was replaced by important business appointments which passed off in a very friendly mood,’ project manager Eva Jurečková speaks highly of the cooperation. ‘The International Cultural Centre in Cracow hosts the second international meeting of students in scope of our project. Lecturer Angelika Madura presented us a very resourceful programme which she has prepared along with her colleagues. Students can expect four days full of creative workshops and new experiences,’ revealed Terezie Čermáková, the international educational programme concept author.
Students involved in the project are discovering life stories of four Central European avant-garde artists and create Facebook Fan Pages for them. The main idea is to show students how they can meaningfully and actively use platforms they are surrounded with each day. ‘This task will also teach them find suitable ways of communication with general public. Of course they will use newly gained information and findings during meeting in Cracow,’ added Terezie Čermáková.