#Krakowice2018. The role of culture in the UN Agenda 2030

Brzoska, Trojan, Bronisławska, Zawojski, Bierkowski, Sołtysik, Kowalkowski, and Świątkowska. On Tuesday, February 27, in Katowice City of Gardens, they will talk about the role of culture in the UN Agenda 2030.

Katowice City of Gardens

Room 211
plac Sejmu Śląskiego 2
40-032 Katowice

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From 11 to 17 June 2018, Krakow and Katowice will host the annual meeting of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Before the Congress, working groups (in each city) will meet in the framework of macroregional creative cooperation, corresponding to seven categories of UNESCO Creative Cities (Music, Literature, Design, Gastronomy, Media Arts, Film, Crafts & Folk Art).

We invite you to Katowice for the first open debate. The meetings preceding the UNESCO Creative Cities Congress are an ideal opportunity not only to bring the subject of the Agenda 2030 to the people of Katowice, but also to creative discussion among representatives of the creative industries.

 Tamara Kamińska – deputy director of the Katowice-City of Gardens Institution Tamara Kamińska – deputy director of the Katowice-City of Gardens Institution

“Can culture be created on the basis of the UN Agenda 2030?” – the subgroups coordinators will try to answer to this question: 

Literature – Wojciech Brzoska

Crafts & Folk Art – Lubomira Trojan

Music – Joanna Bronisławska / ASI MINA

Media Arts – dr hab. Piotr Zawojski

Design – Tomasz Bierkowski

Film – Przemysław Sołtysik

Gastronomy – Rafał Kowalkowski

 The debate will be led by Bogna Świątkowska.

The meeting will also be attended by a group of scientists from the University of Silesia, whose task will be to compare the conclusions drawn from the debates in Krakow and Katowice.

Katowice – UNESCO City of Music and Krakow – UNESCO City of Literature invite you to the debate.