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The first Meeting of the Advisory Council of the European Heritage Hub

On February 20, 2024, the first meeting of the Advisory Councul of the international European Heritage Hub project took place, of which our regional centre of Europa Nostra is a partner. One of the members of the Council is Professor Jacek Purchla, vice-president of Europa Nostra and president of the Society of Friends of Kraków History and Heritage, the operator of the Krakow Hub.

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Kraków Heritage Forum is up and running

On January 31, 2024, we held the second meeting of Krakow heritage NGO’s. This space for dialogue initiated and led by the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow was named the Kraków Heritage Forum. The meeting attended by representatives from nearly thirty civil organisations focused on the intangible heritage of Krakow. .

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Vyshyvanka: Embroidered activism on YouTube

On December 15, 2023, the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow was a space for discussion on the contemporary dimension of traditional Ukrainian embroidery - vyshyvanka- its special symbolism during the ongoing war with Russia. Dr Lesia Voroniuk, who is creating a vyshyvanka museum in Ukraine, came especially for the meeting from Chernivtsi.

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Meeting of Kraków heritage organisations

On December 13, 2023, we inaugurated regular meetings of Kraków heritage organisations from the non-governmental sector. Their goal is to get to know each other, network, discuss topics important for civic organisations and joint projects. Thirty-three representatives from twenty-four organisations took part in the first meeting.

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Vyshyvanka: Embroidered Activism

Conversation with Lesia Voroniuk, creator of World Vyshyvanka Day, about vyshyvankas - traditional Ukrainian embroidery - as a weapon and a talisman read from the contemporary perspective of war, struggle and seeking refuge. The conversation will be followed by a panel discussion which will put vyshyvankas in a broader artistic, anthropological and social context.

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