The exhibition "Beethoven and Penderecki. The Sphere of Sacrum"- CLOSED from Saturday, March 20, due to the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of March 19, 2021 on restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More o "Beethoven and Penderecki. The Sphere of Sacrum" exhibition - CLOSED from Saturday, March 20
Ludwig van Beethoven was the central figure of nineteenth-century musical culture. In the history of music, he is known both as the last of the classics and as a precursor of musical romanticism.Read More o "Beethoven - the great inspirer" exhibition
The exhibition presents the celebrations related to the 500th anniversary of the revival of the Krakow Academy (1400-1900).Read More o The exhibition "Krakow and the Jagiellonian University on postcards from 100 years ago"
We invite you to participate in the webinar "Digital science resources in the Jagiellonian University Repository" organized as part of the European Open Funds Days, during which you will be able to learn about the possibilities of free use of digital science resources.Read More o The webinar "Digital science resources in the Jagiellonian University Repository"
JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science and the Jagiellonian Library invite you to attend the opening of an exhibition of works by Archie Granot, an Israeli paper cut artist, which will be held in the Exhibition Room at the Library until 16 July.Read More o Exhibition: 'Archie Granot Papercuts'
At the exhibition are presented works of Kazimierz Wiśniak, from the first works arisen during Scenography Study at the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Kraków, ending with the last so far, painted in 2016. Kazimierz Wiśniak - scenographer, painter, illustrator, graphic designer, co-founder of the Piwnica pod Baranami.Read More o Exhibition - "Life is beautiful... and I praise it myself"
Literary Salon of Jagiellonka - “Between tradition and modernity. Ireland at the turn of the XX and XXI century”
The Jagiellonian Library and Jagiellonian University invite to a meeting entitled "Between tradition and modernity. Ireland at the turn of the XX and XXI century", combined with a discussion around books: “Novel Irish in the twenty-first century. Sketches" and "History, Memory, Trauma in contemporary British and English Fiction".Read More o Literary Salon of Jagiellonka - “Between tradition and modernity. Ireland at the turn of the XX and XXI century”
Read-out “Youthful years of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in the Eastern Borderlands - from Kuryłówka to Warszawa"
Jagiellonian Library and the Centre for the Documentation of 19th and 20th Century Polish Music named after Ignacy Jan Paderewski cordially invite to read-out of doctor honoris causa of Academy of Music in Lviv and Kiev - Jerzy Stankiewicz entitled “Youthful years of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in the Eastern Borderlands - from Kuryłówki to Warsaw”.Read More o Read-out “Youthful years of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in the Eastern Borderlands - from Kuryłówka to Warszawa"
On 17-19 November 2016 we invite to a conference co-organized by the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University, Jagiellonian Library, National Museum in Krakow and the Polish Writers’ Association - branch in Krakow.Read More o Conference "Artists of Medica - the Pawlikowski’s circle "
Jagiellonian Library, I.J. Paderewski Music Society in Bydgoszcz and Centre for the Documentation of 19th- and 20th-Century Polish Music, named after I.J. Paderewski – Institute of Musicology, JU have the pleasure to invite to opening of the exhibition "Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) for art and country..." , which will be held on the 3rd of November at 5.00 p.m. in the exhibition room of the Jagiellonian Library (entrance from the Oleandry street 3).Read More o Exhibition „Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) for art and country..."
We cordially invite to the Jagiellonka to inaugural meeting of the second season of Jagiellonian Film Evenings All In UJ. On the 28th of October from 8.00 p.m. to 11 p.m. the Main Reading Room will be changed into genuine cinema hall! In the unique atmosphere you will be able to enjoy the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, directed by Miloš Forman in 1975, based on the novel by Ken Kesey.Read More o Jagiellonian Film Evenings All In UJ
Jagiellonian Library and Jagiellonian University Press invite to the promotion meeting about a book of Ihara Saikaku "Przypadki miłosne pięciu kobiet. Kōshoku gonin onna 好色五人女" ("The love cases of five women. Kōshoku gonin onna 好色五人女").Read More o Promotion of a book of Ihara Saikaku "The love cases of five women. Kōshoku gonin onna 好色五人女”
Every year in October, is being held Open Access Week (Open Science Week), aimed at promoting open access of publications and scientific data. The Jagiellonian Library joins in the action presenting its resources and functionality of the Jagiellonian University Repository. We invite to the JL on 24th – 29th October 2016.Read More o Open Access Week 2016 in the Jagiellonian Library
Lasting from 6th to 28th of October 2016 the exhibition entitled "Beautiful books, beautiful stories. The book for children" presents beautiful literary and editorial positions of children's literatureRead More o Exhihbition: “Beautiful books, beautiful stories. The book for children”
The exhibition "Geometry of color. Alviani, Berdyszak, Hebler" is a presentation of works accomplished by outstanding abstractionists artists representing the avant-garde of the twentieth century. Getulio Alviani, Jan Berdyszak and Herman Hebler are the artists associated with op-art and the avant-garde of geometric abstraction. The architectural form, composition and color were the subject of their creativity and great passion.Read More o Exhihbition: Geometry of color. Alviani, Berdyszak, Hebler
Dean of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University and the Board of the Association of Polish Visual Artists Kraków District would like to invite to the opening of the exhibition of works submitted to the Graphic Contest of Krystyna and Czesław Bednarczyk PrizeRead More o Graphic Competition of Krystyna and Czesław Bednarczyk Prize
The exhibition named "Ex libris - the emblem of the owner" is a small overture to the further presentation cycle "Around the book", organized by the Board of the Association of Polish Visual Artists - District of Kraków in cooperation with the Jagiellonian Library in Kraków.Read More o Exhihbition "Ex libris – the owner's emblem"
The exhibition presents nearly 50 original objects - mostly old prints from the collections of the Jagiellonian Library, composed of anamorphic drawings and descriptions of the construction of various anamorphic types. In addition, you will have an opportunity to see paintings by contemporary artists who create anamorphosis. Some of the works was made especially for the exhibition.Read More o A bizarre perspective in Poland. The exhibition of old prints, manuscripts and anamorphic works
Jagiellonian Library and Czarne Publishing House invite to the promotion of the book "A suited heart. The story of the Polish transplantation" / "Serce pasowało. Opowieść o polskiej transplantologii" by Anna Mateja. The interview will be led by Tomasz FiałkowskiRead More o Promotion of the book of Anna Mateja "A suited heart. The story of the Polish transplantation"