There has been used iconographical documents and materials from family archives of the Vincenz and the Marbach, legacy of Lidia Cipriani and collections of Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich, Etnography Museum in Kraków, State Etnography Museum in Warszawa, Polish Museum in Rapperswille, Association of Literary Institute and Culture in Le Mesnil-le-Roi and Polish Library in London.Read More o Exhibition - "Dialog o losie i duszy. Stanisław Vincenz (1888–1971)"
We invite to closing day of exhibition „Esperanto – the language without borders", which takes place on 9th of November 2015 at 5 p.m. in conference room of Jagiellonian Library. Admission free.Read More o Closing day of exhibition "Esperanto – the language without borders"
Medycyna Praktyczna Publishing House invites for author session with prof. Zdzisław Jan Ryn, author of a book "Góry. Medycyna. Antropologia" („Mountains. Medicine. Antropology" ). Meeting will be held on 29th of December a 5 p.m. in conference room of Jagiellonian Library, Oleandry 3 Street. Admission free.Read More o "Góry. Medycyna. Antropologia" - meeting with prof. Zdzisław Jan Ryn
Jagiellonian Library and Czarne Publishing House invite to meeting with Aleksander Kaczorowski, author of a book „Hrabal. Słodka apokalipsa". Meeting will be hosted by Szymon Kloska. This event will be the opportunity to buy the book and gain autor's autograph.Read More o "Hrabal. Słodka apokalipsa" - meeting with Aleksander Kaczorowski
The Jagiellonian Library and the National Museum in Kraków are holding an exhibition of Jagiellonian Library items that bear witness to the European perception of Turkey in the 16th and 17th century, including manusctipts, prints, maps and illustrations.Read More o Exhibition: Ottoman Empire through European Eyes. Turkey during the Renaissance Period
In 2015, the International Relations Office of the Jagiellonian University is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. On this occasion the JU IRO, together with the Jagiellonian Library, has organised an exhibition that shows the history of the IRO and to a considerable extent the history of international relations of the Jagiellonian University since the 1960s.Read More o Exhibition - 50 Years of the International Relations Office of the Jagiellonian University
The exhibition of drawings and artistic books is inspired by the works of the excellent Irish poet and a Nobel Prize winner in literature, Seamus Heaney. The exhibition includes files of drawings, miniature books and sets of ink drawings. The whole is a loosely composed, multi-element space installation.Read More o Exhibition - Monika Wanyura-Kurosad "Seamus Heaney. The Gravel Walks: drawing and artist's book"
The theme of this year's exhibition: Beethoven – Brahms – Mahler connects with that of the entire 19. Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival and transports us into the space of great 19th-century symphonic music by evoking three figures of key importance to it: Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms and Gustav MahlerRead More o The Exhibition of Musical Manuscripts Beethoven – Brahms – Mahler
Exhibition "The illustrations and drawings by Wacław Piszczek CM to Bibliophilic Edition of the Works of Henryk Sienkiewicz"
The year 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Henryk Sienkiewicz. This exhibition, organised by the Jagiellonian Library, presents all the volumes of this series, including the illustrations and drawings. The exhibition is a symbolic introduction to the celebration of the jubilee year in Cracow.Read More o Exhibition "The illustrations and drawings by Wacław Piszczek CM to Bibliophilic Edition of the Works of Henryk Sienkiewicz"
The Jagiellonian University, Jagiellonian Library and Österreich-Bibliothek cordially invite you to attend the exhibition entitled Österreichisch-jüdische ErfahrungenRead More o Exhibition: "Österreichisch-jüdische Erfahrungen"
The exhibition contains Cherubini's manuscripts that used to belong to the collection of the Prussian State Library in Berlin and are now kept in the Jagiellonian Library.Read More o Luigi Cherubini as a Challenge: manuscript exhibition
The exhibition, arranged in a chronological order, presents the history of pediatrics at the Jagiellonian University, with special focus on its beginnings.Read More o "150 years of Chair and Clinic of Pediatrics at JU MC Faculty of Medicine" - exhibition
The exhibition in the Jagiellonian Library is devoted to the 600 years of Polish-Turkish relations (1414-2014)Read More o "600 years of Polish-Turkish relations (1414-2014)" - exhibition
On several boards, you can see photographs and reproductions of postcards and posters from the collection of CDCN Foundation and the National Digital Archive from a hundred years ago.Read More o "From Oleandry to Independence" - exhibition
The exhibition "In the unusual world of crystals" shows the beauty of crystals, the history of their investigations and their various applications.Read More o In the unusual world of crystals - exhibition
During the Library Week 8-15 May 2014 Jagiellonian Library invites all interested parties on a number of events related to its collections, history, and operation. This is a rare opportunity to look at the place every day inaccessible to readers.Read More o " Reading connects generations " - Library Week 2014
To mark the 650th Jubilee of the Jagiellonian University, the Jagiellonian Library holds an exhibition comprising manuscripts acquired since the beginning of the present century.Read More o Exhibition: (Manu)scripta Manent. Jagiellonian Library Manuscripts Acquired in the 21st Century
The exhibition will feature manuscripts from the collection of the former Prussian State Library in Berlin, including Leonore opera sketches and the "Symphony No. 9" by Ludwig van Beethoven, Mozart's B-major Piano Concerto KV 595Read More o Beethoven and the Idea of Freedom: musical manuscripts exhibition
The objects displayed on the exhibition will comprise count Zygmunt Puławski's purchases bought during his five visits in the famous Czech health resort in Karlsbad (now Karlovy Vary) in the years 1885–1897.Read More o Exhibition: An Aristocrat's Resort. Count Zygmunt Pusłowski's purchases in Karlsbad