Events by Month

October 4, 2019 Brygidky Forever On October 4, there was the discussion on various possibilities and scenarios for adaptive reuse of former prison buildings in modern cities. The talk was a closing part of an international research workshop "Prison and the City. Spaces of Incarceration, Practices of Exclusion, and Public Communication". Read more
October 5, 2019 Lviv Women. Un/Known Fates On October 5, 2019, there was the last city walk within the series of theme-based excursions on the Second World War in Lviv designed under the ReHerit project for tour guides of Lviv on "Lviv Women. Un/Known Fates of the Second World War." Read more
October 8, 2019 Urban Question in East Central Europe On October 8, at 6.30 pm, Kamil Śmiechowski will deliver a lecture on the urban question in the Kingdom of Poland between 1900 and 1915 as a case study of problems, debates and visions of urban development in East Central Europe at the turn of the twentieth century. Read more
October 10, 2019 Urbanism and Feminism On October 10, at 6.00 pm, welcome to the presentation lecture on the publication "Urbanism and Feminism" published within the activities of the Center for Urban Studies. The use of methods of contemporary gender and urban studies enables unexpected angles of everyday routines of men and women within the public space. Read more
October 11, 2019 Pilgrimage in the City On October 11, Uman hosts the first training to develop inclusive approaches and practices of reconciliation in managing shared heritage in Uman. Trainers and participants will learn about various samples for efficient establishment of communication between local community and pilgrims. Read more
October 13, 2019 The Körber History Reflection Group in Lviv From 10 to 13 October, the Körber History Reflection Group met in Lviv, Ukraine. Having convened in Minsk and in Berlin, the international group of experts came together to continue itsdialogue on the legacy of the World War era in Eastern and Central Europe. Sofia Dyak, the director of the Center for Urban History, is a regular participant of the Körber History Reflection group. The Lviv meeting was carried through in cooperation with our institution. Read more
October 15, 2019 Architecture (a)political On October 15,at 6.30 pm, we invite you to to the next talk at the exhibition "Phototecture of Modernism" on not only how the political manifests itself in the implementation of architectural projects but also how different perceptions of the political are shaped through the interpretation of architecture. We shall focus on modern discussions around architecture of postwar decades in Soviet Ukraine. Read more
October 16, 2019 Cybernetics: Between Arts and Wars On October 16, at 6.30 pm, we invite you to the discussion on global dimension of humanities and technologies from the two perspectives, less visible but still relevant for Lviv: "cyberwars" and "cyber art".The talk is inspired by the publication of research projects by Janina Prudenko and Svitlana Matviyenko. Read more
October 18, 2019 Home Movie Day On October 18, at 5 pm, we invite you to the program celebrating an International Home Movie Day accompanied by lectures about peculiarities of the genres, practices and formats of vernacular films and videos, as well as by screenings of the materials recovered and digitized this year, with the follow-up discussions. Read more
October 21, 2019 Web archive of Ukrainian Art Presentation of the digitized materials of the "History of Ukrainian Art" edited by Mykola Bazhan Read more
October 24, 2019 Architecture as Lifestyle On October 24, at 6.30 pm, there will be the discussion on the personal and the personalities of Konsulovs". We shall talk, among other things, about how different approaches and kinds of activities within the discipline help preserve a critical approach and sensitivity to the profession, and how they correlate with what architecture is today; how cooperation with the Konsulovs impacted the professional growth of their students. Read more
October 25, 2019 Vypchyna Presentation of the Project of a Documentary about the Most Highland Village of Hutsul Area Read more
October 29, 2019 Good and Bad Concrete On October 29, at 4 pm, we invite you to the Urban Seminar by Anastasiya Halauniova. The seminar addresses the question of valuation of "good" and "bad" quality of materials in contemporary urban governance through the case study of the renovation of socialist housing estate ‘Wroclaw Manhattan’ built in 1972-74. Read more
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