Public History
In order to have a critical understanding of the past and to create an open and participatory historical culture in society, the Center initiates and implements projects in the field of public history. Using the different formats for dialogue about the past, among contemporaries, we strive to overcome prejudices and stereotypes, to include in the conversation, as well as in history, new participants, actors and themes. As the academic sphere works with various public environments we pay special attention to issues of heritage and museum practices, digital history and creating new archives, and to the connections between art and complex issues of the past and finally, about the potential of the city and its public spaces.
A Transnational Journey
by Train from Berlin via
Warsaw to Lviv 

International Open Competition for Projects Reconstructing the Public Spaces of the Bernardine Monastery Complex in Lviv

Presentation of Activity
of Experimental Art
Gallery in Zaporizhia

Educational Program 
Accompanying the Exhibition 
"Jewish Marriage Contracts"

A Workshop on the
Revitalization of Former
Industrial Structures in Ukraine

Workshop Dedicated to the Discussion of Ideas about the Economic, Ecological, and Cultural Potential
of the River in Lviv
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Projects to Organize Spaces
Associated with the History of
Lviv's Jewish Community
Competition of Projects
Dedicated to New Creative
Approaches to Imagining Lviv
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Presentation by Tomasz Kuba Kozłowski on Lviv Trade-Fairs, Exhibitions, Shops and Enterprises
Public Discussion: The Final Event
of International Workshop
"Mega-events in Eastern Europe"
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"Pidzamche: A New Life 
for the Neighborhood"
The Alternatives of Urban 
Space Renewal in a Gameplay
International Volunteer Camp of Students to Organize Christian and Jewish Cemeteries in Sniatyn
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