Adam Mickiewicz Institute (original full name: International Centre for Cultural Cooperation - Adam Mickiewicz Institute) is a government cultural institution established in 2000 by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, in consultation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The aim of the Institute is promotion of Polish culture in the world, cultural cooperation and dialogue with other countries. The Institute is co-responsible for the implementation of the Polish foreign cultural policy, especially in the dimension of information and promotion.
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
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As part of the continuation of the Asia Programme’s activities in Vietnam, as well as the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence, in late November the Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi will host three concerts featuring pieces by Polish and Vietnamese composers. Read more »about: Polish Composers' Music Performed in Vietnam
In May 2018 Dar Młodzieży, a sail training ship of the Gdynia Maritime University, set sail on a round the world trip to mark the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence. Between 11th – 16th November 2018 the frigate will call at the port of Osaka. Read more »about: Polish Tall Ship Dar Młodzieży Visits Japan