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ul. Sienkiewicza   48.91   1961.59   10.26   18.69
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Kamieniec   128.86   186.49
Józefa Piłsudskiego   0   0
Tytusa Chałubińskiego   9.32   13.29
Kuźnice   5.29   7.58
Szkoła Podstawowa w Kościelisku   94.73   157.22
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Zakopane Cultural Center

Zakopane Cultural Center

With 1 march 2016, from the combination of Count Władysław Zamoyski's Municipal Art Gallery and Zakopane Promotion Office emerged Zakopane Cultural Center. Statute of ZCK (polish abreviation) keeps the autonomy of Municipal Gallery and its current structure.

ZCK is an autonomous, cultural institution which undergo the register of cultural institutions of the organizator. The organizator of ZCK is Municipality of Zakopane. The ZCK's headquaters is the town of Zakopane and its area of activity is Zakopane's territory. Meritorical supervision over ZCK's activity is moderated by the Mayor of Zakopane.

The main goals of ZCK are:
a) improvement and cultural education for active modern art recepient with expanding and popularizing modern plastic and photographic art and other visual and multimedia platforms.
b) promoting turistic, cultural, natural and economic activities of Zakopane and Podtatrze, building up the positive depiction of town and its regions, spreading and securing cultural goods of Podhale region.
While promoting accomplishments of widely understood visual arts, ZCK collaborates with national, local and social units, organizations and invidual persons from nation and abroad.

ZCK primary functions:
Organizing plastic art exhibitions,
- Providing assist with organizing activities that promote plastic art achievements,
- Conducting educational activities with cooperation with educational authorities and schools,
- Collaboration with individual plastic artists and along with unions creative associations while helping with spreading artistic creations of their members,
- Publishing press connected with plastic art popularization,
- Promoting art by arranging readings, contests and accompanying events for exhibitions (movies, concerts, recitals, meetings with authors etc.),
- Organizing open air artistic activities,
- Collecting, stocktaking, management and using modern art pieces which belong to, and are deposited by ZCK,
- Purchasing modern art and press in order to promote and document modern art and also mediating in transactions during exhibitions arranged by ZCK,
- Collecting and publishing documents on ZCK events,
- Apart from its primary activity, ZCK can also run commercial enterprise (fairs, art or culinary services etc.) from which the income will entirely be aimed at statutory projects,
Other functions:
- Running multidirectional, promotional campaign on the basis of elaborated and accepted marketing strategy,
- Organizing artistic, entertaining, touristic, recreational and economical events in Zakopane,
- Leading public info points,
- Creating touristic, economical and cultural database,
- Conducting market research among tourist and town residents,
- Publishing in the field of statutory tasks of ZCK,
- Cooperating with local government, educational and other institutions, associations, and establishments in building a brand of Zakopane,
- Running economic activity according to law,
- Undertaking EU integrity projects coordinated with Mayor of Zakopane,
- Investment activity coordinated with Mayor of Zakopane.

Program Council of ZCK:
1. Urszula Dubowska – screenwriter, director, TVP Kultura journalist
2. Zaofia Gołubiew – art historian, former National Museum in Cracov director
3. Dorota Grubba-Thiede – phd. in humanistic arts from Polish Institute of World Art Studies in Warsaw
4. Marek Król Józaga – vicedirector of A. Kenar Artistic School Complex in Zakopane, plastic artist
5. Agnieszka Nowak-Gąsienica – vicemayor of Zakopane
6. Prof. Adam Myjak – rector in Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw
7. Jan Kanty Pawluśkiewicz – composer
8. Lidia Rosińska-Podleśny – vicedirector for artistic matters in ZCK, plastic artist
9. Joanna Staszak – head of Culture and Popularization of Zakopane Department in Town Hall of Zakopane
10. Marek Szala – plastic artist
11. Dorota Ząbkowska – National Culture Institutes Department in Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

Count Zamoyski Municipal Arts Gallery

We present you the rich history of one of the oldest art galleries in Poland, the Municipal Art Gallery in Zakopane. It's beginning reach year 1911. In july of 1911, in newly opened and still yet unifinished Polish Bazaar next to Krupówki street, a new art exhibition was held. It was rather a contest, organized by manufacturer from Lódź, Henryk Grohlman, who was also an art mecenate and co-creator of Podhalan Art Association which by then was operating for three years.

Opening hours
monday - friday od 9.00 do 17.00

Kościeliska 7 st.
34-500 Zakopane
tel.+48 18 206 69 50
fax+48 18 206 66 56

Municipal Art Gallery

We present you the rich history of one of the oldest art galleries in Poland, the Municipal Art Gallery in Zakopane. It's beginning reach year 1911. In july of 1911, in newly opened and still yet unifinished Polish Bazaar next to Krupówki street, a new art exhibition was held. It was rather a contest, organized by manufacturer from Lódź, Henryk Grohlman, who was also an art mecenate and co-creator of Podhalan Art Association which by then was operating for three years.

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The Red Mansion

The Red Mansion, located in the very heart of Zakopane on Krasprusie Street, which leads towards the Strążyska Valley, is one of the most beautiful and important villas in Zakopane. It was built in the Zakopane style in 1901-1902 by Wojciech Roja, a close associate of Stanisław Witkiewicz, for Oktawia Lewandowska, sister Zygmunt Gnatowski, owner of the Koliba Villa designed by Stanisław Witkiewicz. At first the house was called ‘Władysławka’ after Mrs. Lewandowska’s husband Władysław. In 1904, Artur Rubinstein lived here. Writer Stefan Żeromski spent the World War I years here, and it was here in November 1918 that the famous ‘Zakopane Belvedere’ became the head of the Zakopane National Council was called ‘the President of the Zakopane Republic.’ Composer Karol Szymanowski lived here, and Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz often stayed here. Both men were friends of Artur Rubinstein. Zofia Nałkowska, Piotr , Rafał Malczewski, Zbigniew Uniłowski, Henryk Sztompka, and many other cultural figures came to stay with Szymanowski during the mid 1920’s. In the mid 1920’sXX century, the villa was bought by Mrs. de Pourbeix-Zakrzewska, who installed the famous red tin roof, giving the ‘Red Mansion’ its name. The name has survived to this day. After World War II, the building and repurposed for educational use. In the years 1946-1947 it housed a youth shelter, and then a home for children with tuberculosis operated by the Krakow Worker’s Children’s Aid Society and a State Children’s Home for boys.From 1951 to 2016, the villa hosted a kindergarten, which was named after Karol Szymanowski in 1954. In 2016, by decision of Zakopane mayor Leszek Dorula, the building was designated as a cultural centre promoting local art. The Red Mansion Gallery hosts exhibitions of Podhale artists, folk art workshops, lectures and presentations. Here you can learn more about Zakopane’s rich tradition of glass painting. Contact Zakopane Cultural Centre ul. Kasprusie 27 34-500 Zakopane tel. +48 661 601 651 czerwonydwor@zck.com.pl Małgorzata Wonuczka-Wnuk Maria Frączysta

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Gazduś Gallery

Since 2010, inside former Zakopane Promotion Bureau headquaters, and currently in Zakopane Cultural Center, "Gazduś" was created – a gallery in which everyone can find something for self or buy gifts for close person. Regional Zakopane souvenirs, jewellery, authentic everyday objects made by professional arists and podhalan folk craftsmen. High aristic quality, large offer of items and accessible prices make our gallery a one of a kind.

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Cool-tural Independence Square

We invite you to Independent Square of Culture, a creative space co-created by Zakopane and young artists. We prepared a new type of area in our Town, with such distinctive activities as: art and culture, information, sports, entertainment and relaxation.   For centuries Zakopane is a town of culture, although every age brings something different, nowadays it still springs with life on every season. World-class artists, actors, celebrities and youtubers live here or visit this place regularly, but most of all the sensation-seeking types, culturally-oriented and directed towards unique and vivid folklore of Podhale. Thanks to its uniqueness, contemporary Zakopane is also a place where new ideas set off, as Witkacy wrote: "... For fragile, Zakopane is almost as deadly as meeting a demonic woman. For genuine Spirit Titans... it's where their essence is condensated, the horizons spread, and the art, society and science create new forms, build new axioms... ". And for those tough and young spirits we created this extraordinary spot.    You will find confortable sunbeds here, for relaxation and reading books from our collection. Your kids can draw pictures and participate in various activities like street art, tailoring and comic book workshops or art performances. Aside from intellectual pleasures, physical effort is as much important, so we invite you for skateboarding workshops as well.   Of course, you can't miss our group reading and bookcrossing activities, so come and listen, read, give away and take books. Additionally, on august we host Zakopane Literary Festival and Book Markets here, and during holiday – evening outdoor cinema.  Independent Square of Culture is a pleasant place, located in very center of Zakopane, right near Krupówki street. Come, enjoy your time and have a rest. If your want to have a hot drink, always remember that life's too short to drink bad coffee . Also, refreshing lemonade is available. By buying those beverages, you support our artists. If your want to contribute and co-create this place, we are open for contact!   Contact Zakopane Cultural Center  Independence Square 34-500 Zakopane te. +48 18 20 669 50  a.zaleski@promocja.zakopane.pl

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monday - friday from 9.00 to 17.00

street: Kościeliska 7
34-500 Zakopane
phone. +48 18 206 69 50
fax +48 18 206 66 56
e-mail: office@promocja.zakopane.pl

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