Exchange of experiences of EU Member States concerning the methodology of studies on counterfeiting and piracyRead More
Informal meeting of senior officials of ministries of culture and senior officials responsible for culture in ministries of foreign affairs of the EU Member StatesRead More
Side by Side. Poland-Germany. A 1000 Years of Art and History is a project curated by Anda Rottenberg developed in collaboration between the Royal Castle in Warsaw and Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin.Read More
’Making audiovisual resources accessible undoubtedly poses a huge challenge, but also an opportunity for a new Renaissance,’said Bogusław Zdrojewski, Minister of Culture and National Heritage, in his opening address. The minister stressed that digitalisation and bringing culture online can generate unprecedented benefits in the spheres of culture, economy, and science.Read More
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage has the pleasure to inform, that on 1 July, 2011 in The Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera will take place ceremonial premiere of Karol Szymanowski’s opera “King Roger” on the occasion of inauguration of Poland’s Presidency in the European Union.Read More
During Polish Presidency Ministry of Culture and National Heritage organizes several important essential events as well as coordinates the agenda of conferences and expert meetings organized by cultural institutions liable to the Ministry. The expert meetings are closed for public (available for registered participants and invited guests). Please contact the organisers of event to check the conditions of participation.
6th – 7th of July, Warsaw
Organisers: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Ministry of Sport and Tourism, European Commission in cooperation with Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Culture Department of the City of Warsaw
Goal of the conference: To increase the mobility flows in the field of education, youth, scientific research, culture and sports between the European Union and Eastern Partnership countries. One of the key goals of the conference is the comprehensive presentation of existing possibilities for mobility support within existing EU programmes and new initiatives. The conference will also include the presentation of good practices. The debate about future possibilities for mobility support will also contribute to the general discussion on the shape of the new generation of EU programmes after 2013. The conference’s idea is to hear the expectations of the Eastern Partnership countries on this issue.
Participants: 300 participants (representatives of ministries, universities, research centres, national EU programme agencies, youth, students, teachers’ associations, foundations, cultural and sports associations and institutions).
18th – 20th of July, Warsaw
Organisers: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, National Centre for Culture
Goal of the conference: To take up discussion on the role of cultural competences understood as the foundation for the skills and attitudes necessary to build modern society that is based on knowledge, open, able to meet the challenges of modernity and ensure competitiveness of the European economy. The event will also serve as an excellent forum for the exchange of experiences and good practices. The “Competences in Culture” Conference is one of the main expert meetings organised by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage as part of the Polish Presidency in the Council of the EU. The Conference will cover three thematic areas: culture, audiovisual affairs and copyrights.
Participants: 350 participants (scholars, representatives of think tanks, non-governmental organisations, cultural institutions, foundations, associations, youth organisations, officials, representatives of international institutions).
8th – 11th of September, Wrocław
Organisers: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, National Audiovisual Institute, City of Wrocław
Goal of the congress: To create a place of reflection on the prospects and potential scenarios for the development of European culture. The Congress gives the opportunity to present culture as one of the most vibrant and diversified areas of civilisation. The Congress also offers space for debates about unity in diversity, and considerations as to the nature of strength of European culture and the necessity to look for the common denominator in plurality. The Congress Programme revolves around Professor Zygmunt Bauman’s book on the condition of contemporary European culture and the prospects of its development in the future. The Congress will also include the informal meeting of EU ministers responsible for audiovisual affairs devoted to the issues of digitisation and protection of digital resources.
Participants: About6,500 participants (representatives of culture institutions and administration, artists, culture creators and animators, representatives of cultural associations and organisations, representatives of non-governmental and volunteer organisations, co‑organisers of events of the Presidency in Poland, journalists, representatives of academic circles, pupils, students, pedagogues, citizens of Poland and EU).
More about the Congress on the subpage European Culture Congress
|6th – 7th of July 2011||Eastern Dimension of Mobility||Warsaw||Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Ministry of Sport and Tourism, European Commission||www.eap-mobility.pl|
|7th – 9th of July 2011||Heritage Forum of Central Europe||Krakow||International Cultural Centre||www.mck.krakow.pl|
|18th – 20th of July 2011||Competences in Culture - conference in the area of culture, audiovisual affairs and copyrights||Warsaw||
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, National Centre for Culture
|8th – 10th of September 2011||Informal Meeting of Ministers for Culture and Audiovisual Affairs||Wroclaw||Ministry of Culture and National Heritage|
|8th – 11th of September 2011||European Culture Congress||Wroclaw||
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, National Audiovisual Institute
|13th – 16th of September 2011||Cartoon Forum Poland||Sopot||Polish Film Institute||www.mediadeskpoland.eu|
|18th – 25th of September 2011||27th Congress of the International Association of Bibliophiles – Poland 2011||Warsaw, Kraków||National Library, L'Association Internationale de Bibliophilie||www.bn.org.pl|
|6th – 7th of October 2011||
Session of the European Board of National Archivists (EBNA)
|Kraków||Head Office of State Archives||www.archiwa.gov.pl|
|7th of October 2011||Session of the European Archives Group (EAG)||Kraków||Head Office of State Archives||www.archiwa.gov.pl|
|10th – 12th of October 2011||4th European Heritage Forum and meeting of national coordinators of European Heritage Days||Wrocław||National Heritage Board of Poland||www.nid.pl|
|12th – 15th of October 2011||Informal meeting of senior officials of ministries of culture and senior officials responsible for culture in ministries of foreign affairs||Lublin||Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage|
|13th – 15th of October 2011||Opera Europa Conference||Warsaw||Grand Theatre – National Opera||www.teatrwielki.pl|
|20th – 23rd of October 2011||Meeting of coordinators of national networks of the Anna Lindh European Mediterranean Foundation of Culture Dialogue||Kraków||
International Culture Centre
|16th – 17th of November 2011||DLM Forum – Forum concerning the management of electronic documents||Warsaw||Head Office of State Archives||www.archiwa.gov.pl|
|8th – 9th of December 2011||European Observatory on Counterfeiting and Piracy||Warsaw||
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, European Commission, Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM) in Alicante