Visegrad Summer School

Integration workshop on the second day of VSS
INSPIRE, SHAPE, CONNECT is the leitmotiff of the 17. Visegrad Summmer...

 VSS Team is extremely happy to share the results of the report evolved basing on the students'...

Participants from all over the world are getting ready to reach Villa Decius for its 16th...

Final list of participants:

Iryna...

Fundraising essentials, Peasant Business School...

Start with “Why“!

The last session providing the chance to flesh out the projects within the Lab. Joanna Orlik – director oft the Małopolski Institute of Culture, guest tutor of the Culture Lab – introduced a very precise scheme to the participants according to which they should work on their cultural projects. What this “magical scheme“ demanded was to answer the questions “Why?“, “What?“ and “How?“. The “Why“ refers to the motivation, precisely to the value the project is based on. The “What“ shall reveal the idea (the objective of the project, the change one wants to achieve). And, finally, answering the question “How?“ means to present the actual project, the concrete things one intends to do.

Meeting with "Bohdan's happiness"...

Meeting with "Bohdan's happiness" and Oleksandra Chuprina

Tuesday evening was made special by Oleksandra Chuprina, our colleague from Ukraine. As an extremely enthusiastic activist she took part in a project that wanted to bring art to the lives of school children living in Donbass.

Money and politics

Money and politics

Tuesday was the last time the whole group participated presentations at the Villa Decius concentrating on various aspects of V4 cooperation: this time finance and law got the accent lectured by Wiesław Gumuła, the director of Krakow branch of National Bank of Poland, professor of sociology at the Jagiellonian University and Kryštof Kruliš, Research Fellow of AMO Research Center, focusing on EU

Fourth session of the Culture Lab

Fourth session of the Culture Lab - Foto: Paweł Mazur

Summing-up

Common cultural heritage in practice - Cruise in...

In search of common cultural heritage - Cruise in Dragon Boat

 In the second part of the Sunday we needed strong muscles and sense for teamwork. Why? Because we tried to row dragon boat on Wisla river. We had to count and row all together in the same time, what is the most important thing for Dragon boat rowing. A lot of fun, sunny weather, interesting city legends, Dragon boat rowing and of course, smiling VSS students.

 

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