Używamy plików cookies, by ułatwić korzystanie z naszych serwisów.
Jeśli nie chcesz, by pliki cookies były zapisywane na Twoim dysku zmień ustawienia swojej przeglądarki. Kliknij "Zamknij" aby zaakceptować naszą politykę.

[ Zamknij ]
For several years Poland has been making efforts to introduce digital equivalents of documents, books and archives which are part of Poland’s cultural heritage. Owing to new technologies, digitalized copies can be made available to many millions of users all over the world. The key assumptions necessary to build up the digital resources gathering system in Poland have been laid down by the team of authors from the National Library.

Download the report summary (PDF)

Changes in the perception of contemporary culture whose products are more and more frequently treated as market and tourist products require designing adequate and coherent strategies for cultural promotion. In this context, culture emerges as a significant factor in Poland’s social and economic development and it has an impact on shaping its image in the world. The authors of the report from the Adam Mickiewicz Institute carry out a comprehensive assessment of ways to promote Poland through culture. The study covers the following themes: the role of culture and cultural diplomacy; the characteristics of the existing model of Poland’s promotion through culture and best practices developed in this field; an assessment of the current condition of promotion; a set of recommendations concerning how to streamline the promotion system; personnel and continued generation of best practices.

Download the report summary (PDF)

In the past twenty years audiovisual media in Poland have transformed from a politicized institution subject to censorship to free media typical of democratic systems. Those transformations were accompanied by a changing social and political situation of Poland, the dynamic development of the market and new technologies, as well as the process of shaping a new type of audience. In his assessment of the situation of the Polish audiovisual media in the years 1989-2008, professor Wiesław Godzic presents a picture and place of media in contemporary culture and indicates directions for media education to follow.

Download the report summary (PDF)

What is the current condition of Polish artistic education? What is the share of non-public education in it and is it competitive compared to public artistic schools? Does the artistic education system as it is now provide favourable conditions for the development of the best talent in different fields of art? Can the development of this sphere affect also the economic growth of the country? And finally, what conclusions and recommendations can be formulated based on the study of the current condition of the artistic education in Poland? The answers to these questions and to a number of other questions have been given by the authors of the Report, the compilation of which was coordinated by Krzysztof Pawłowski, Ph.D. from Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu in Nowy Sącz.

Download the report summary (PDF)

The authors of the Report, professor Barbara Fatyga, Jacek Nowiński and Tomasz Kukołowicz make an attempt to answer to a number of vital questions that arise in the context of cultural education: What is and what is not cultural education in Poland? What are and what should be its objectives? Who is it and who should it be addressed to? What qualities should a modern educator have? What qualities should an institution (or an organization) responsible for cultural education have? And finally: Why is it worth thinking about the revolution of the system rather than about its evolution?

Download the report summary (PDF)

The culture-generating role of theatres and the development of commercial and independent theatres which offer its audiences more and more interesting and diversified products, make it necessary for us to develop a new cultural policy in this field. One of its elements should be clear-cut criteria for the distribution of funds for that purpose, having regard to the diversity of entities operating within this field. The report on organizational changes in the functioning of theatres in Poland after 1989, ways to finance them, and the infrastructural base and the status on non-public theatres has been presented by Paweł Płoski from the Art Institute, Polish Academy of Science.

Download the report summary (PDF)

The development of contemporary dance in Poland goes hand in hand with the growing interest in the this form of art; since the early 1990s, this has been a particularly dynamic process: there are more and more contemporary dance centres, festivals and the training system for artists develops. In the report on dance, its authors Jadwiga Grabowska-Majewska and Joanna Szymajda present problems faced by contemporary dance today and, by analyzing how European dance theatre institutions operate, they try to outline a picture of changes in dance theatre which would enable its institutionalization.

Download the report summary (PDF)

The book industry is a significant and dynamically developing branch of Polish economy, yet the Polish publishing market is still smaller that the developed European markets. The situation of Poland’s publishing market after 1989, the condition of Polish libraries and readership, the status of e-book as an innovative element in the market as well as the problem of digitalization of the existing collections have been presented by Piotr Dobrołęcki and the team of authors from the Book Institute.

Download the report summary (PDF)


Organizational structures of the Polish works of art market started to take a new shape in 1989. In the light of this still dynamic process, the key reflection seems to be on the prospects for further development of the Polish art market. The author of the Report, Joanna Białynicka-Birula, Ph.D. points to the impact of legal regulations on the shape of this specific market and indicates how law should change to create favourable conditions for the development of artistic creativity and international exchange.

Download the report summary (PDF)

The task of design is not only to design forms and colours of objects or to make them more beautiful or functional, but also to solve social problems such as ecology, sustained development or adaptation of new technologies. Therefore, it is important to propagate design as an area of cultural industry and to additionally support its culture-generating role. The assessment of the state of Polish design and recommendations for its further development have been proposed by Iwona Parczewska, Ph.D. and Beata Bochińska from the Industrial Design Institute.

Download the report summary (PDF)

There are a lot of stereotypes associated with the thinking about culture, the exposing of which is essential for effective management of this area of social life and for thinking about its future. For the purpose of the report, professor Wojciech Bursza and his research team conducted an empirical study of the state and diversification of urban culture, having regard to the theme of cultural identity, cultural awareness, aesthetic taste, free time, cultural activity and the condition of institutions of culture.

Download the report summary (PDF)

How has the Polish culture management system changed over the last 20 years? What are the ways to finance Polish culture? What legal and administrative solutions do we need to increase efficiency of institutions of culture and, at the same time, to ensure their greater programme-related autonomy?
The assessment of the state of Polish culture and a proposal how to reform it has been presented by the research team led by professor Jerzy Hausner.

Download the report summary (PDF)

Despite the dominating role of multimedia, due to its specific character, the cinema continues to effectively shape the national awareness and cultural identity of the society. But operating within the free market requires support from the government and public institutions given based on clearly defined rules. In his report, professor Tadeusz Miczka writes about the way legal and economic conditions for the functioning of Polish cinematography have changed over the last twenty years. According to the author, today this sector needs a strategy based on the regulations serving to open the market and, at the same time, to safeguard values and interests essential both for the country, and filmmakers and audiences of Polish cinema.

Download the report summary (PDF)

Cultural heritage protection is strictly associated with the country’s political, social, cultural and economic sphere. As a consequence, the cultural heritage protection system takes, in each case, the form resulting from the interelation between a variety of factors. The research team whose members are prof. Jacek Purchla, prof. Aleksander Böhm, prof. Bogusław Szmygin, Piotr Dobosz and Paweł Jaskanis, have analyzed the conditions of the Polish cultural heritage protection system and how it has changed the perspective of twenty years of Polish transformation period. The authors of the report have also presented forecasts of the directions for necessary changes in this system.

Download the report summary (PDF)

Do Polish museum stand a chance to meet the expectations placed upon them, by sticking to the current legal and administrative system? Do they make sufficient use of their potential? The situation of museums in Poland after 1989 has been described by professor Dorota Folga-Januszewska. By describing development tendencies of museology in today’s Europe she indicates the changes that Polish museums should undergo, compares their functioning with the situation of museums in the European Union, and comes up with recommendations for Polish museums for years to come.

Download the report summary (PDF)

« Marzec 2017 »
PnWtŚrCzPtSbNd
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
Partner technologiczny
Orange
Partnerzy
Województwo Małopolskie Urząd Miasta Krakowa
Współorganizatorzy
Uniwersytet Krakowskie
Organizator
NCK
Pod patronatem
Ministerstwo
Partnerzy medialni
Logo Logo Logo Logo Logo Logo Logo Logo