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Where to find us? 

Where in Wrocław can you meet us live? On which channels we are available online? Check out where you can find Wrocław Institute of Culture!

The main spaces where you will meet us live and where our activities will be carried out are two places: Barbara and Reception

In the former we will meet during the day. Barbara – a cult milk-bar in the mid-twentieth, now a club café at 8B Świdnicka Street – will remain a place for discussions, lectures, meetings and workshops exploring various cultural niches. Recepcja, on the other hand, is a must-visit in the afternoons and evenings, in the neon-lit courtyard of Ruska 46. This place will be a space for musical experiments and exhibitions presenting the work of young artists and designers. It will also remain the heart of networking between neighbouring organisations in the neon-lit Ruska 46 courtyard. 

We will also willingly and often go beyond our own walls – both with projects in Wroclaw districts and with activities crossing the borders of Wroclaw.  

Of course, you can also read about all our plans online 

From now on the Institute is available on Facebook (fb.com/WroclawskiInstytutKultury) and Instagram (instagram.com/WroclawskiInstytutKultury), where you can find up-to-date information about how our institution is being created and about the activities we will carry out together with you. We have also launched a profile on Linkedin (linkedin.com/company/WroclawskiInstituteKultury), where we will be adding content addressed mainly to culture staff from all over Poland. 

And if you want to contact us by e-mail, we are waiting for your messages at wroclawski@instytutkultury.pl

Add our profiles to your followers and see how the Wrocław Institute of Culture is created! 

Whose voices are being heard? Apply for the exchange program of foreign artists from Poland and Norway!    

We invite artists belonging to minority groups living in Poland to apply for the residency exchange , “Whose voices are being heard?” implemented by Wroclaw Institute of Culture (Wroclaw/PL), Hvitsten Salong (Hvitsten/NO) and Safemuse (Oslo/NO). The year-and-a-half-long project benefits from funding from the EEA funds under the Culture Program. Its main goal is to equalize the opportunities and visibility of minority artists and create safe and inclusive spaces for artistic work.


Rave, improvisation, meditation, body – “LUCIDITY” performance in Barbara 

A daydream, provocative sounds of rave, ecstatically moving bodies and a pleasantly calming blue light that puts the audience in a meditative state. January 12 at 6 pm. Wrocław Institute of Culture invites you to Barbara for a Arnis Aleinikovas’ performance entitled “LUCIDITY”. Participation is free, but registration is required.


Building a community through movement. About rave-based body experiment called LUCIDITY 

Arnis Aleinikovas, a resident of the Wrocław Institute of Culture as part of the European MagiC Carpets platform, worked in workshops with a group of Wrocław’s resident for over a month. The performance classes of the Lithuanian artist ended with a show open to the public – on January 12 we had a premiere of the “LUCIDITY” performance.