50/20 Sketches and essays to mark twenty years of the International Cultural Centre
The International Cultural Centre launched its activities on 29th May 1991 during the CSCE symposium in Krakow. It was a special moment: the first big meeting of East and West dedicated to culture and cultural heritage since the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989. This way the newly set-up institution with a clear mission made its presence felt on the international forum from its inception. The core idea of the Centre is inter-cultural communication and creating a common Europe that bridges political, ideological and religious divisions and underscores the significance of Central Europe for European and global heritage.
- Hardback | 498 pages
- 175 x 205 x 45mm | 950g
- 01 Jan 2011
- Miedzynarodowe Centrum Kultury Krakow
- Krakow, Poland