The Ainu, the Górals and Bronisław Piłsudski

The exhibition dedicated to Bronisław Piłsudski (1866–1918), a fervent patriot and a researcher of the aboriginal cultures of Sakhalin and Hokkaido, and that of the Sub-Tatran Górals, on the centennial of his death and the hundredth anniversary of Poland’s regained independence.

Tatsuno Art Project

Tatsuno Art Project in Krakow creates a direct link between the old city of Krakow and the town of Tatsuno. We are going to showcase the achievements of the Tatsuno Art Project, which is about to celebrate its eighth addition, and at the same time strengthen the bond between Japan and Poland.

7 Japanese Things

Design – Interpretations

Contemporary design does not lack Japanese connections. Many recognized European designers continue to follow the paths of Modernism and look to the Far East for inspiration and models to emulate.

Japanese Militaria

The Collection of General Sławomir Petelicki

Exhibition offers a fine insight into the diversity of weapons and protective equipment, as well as the Japanese need and feel for beauty, even in this area of human endeavour which to Europeans may seem somewhat unrelated to aesthetic expectations.


4th International Conference on Bronisław Piłsudski

International conference devoted to Bronisław Piłsudski and to his research on the endangered, moribund, or already extinct languages and cultures of the small Far-Eastern aboriginal peoples of Sakhalin, Lower Amur Region, and Northern Japan.

Nomadic Woman

The performance, which touches on the issues of migration and ethnic identity, is performed by representatives of Ainu and Inuit people.
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