Anniversary 30th edition of the JCF will be held in the summer of 2021, but in just few weeks, on June 26th, 2020 we will start Prolog to the 30th JCF – it will be the longest festival in its over 30 years long history: will last until December 2020! At the beginning you will participate in on-line events only, but we hope that during grand finale of the Prolog, scheduled for Hanukkah, we all will be able to meet during festival events in Kazimierz.
Details of the program events will be announced shortly on our website, as well as in social media and in the app for smartphones available very soon!
All materials for media will also be published in our Press room in the coming days.
Join us for the longest Jewish Culture Festival ever!
Due to the pandemic situation, Jewish Culture Festival Society has decided not to held 30th edition of the JCF this year. It will take place in 2021, the exact dates will be announced in a later date, once the situation is clear enough to make responsible decision.
We are planning to held some festival events in the second half of the year, hoping that by that time we will get back to normality. You may follow us on Facebook, where you can find update information about our plans as well as a lot of archival materials from the past editions.
Please stay safe and stay with us!
Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow is an unique opportunity to explore and experience contemporary Jewish culture from Israel and the Jewish Diaspora. It is also an opportunity to personally met those who create it: artists, writers, instructors, politicians – from all around the globe, representing diversified Jewish world.
We invite you to participate in our festival – fore media representatives we have free accreditation passes, that provide you free entrance to all festival events, free access to photographs from the festival as well as a chance for interviews and meetings with artists and other festival guests.
For conditions of accreditation please see the information under the link above. You need to send filled Accreditation Form available under that link to our office maximum 2 weeks before the festival.
Logo of the Jewish Culture Festival was designed by the Studio Otwarte.
Photos from past editions of the festival are available on our Flickr account. They can be used free of charge in festival-related, non commercial purposes under the conditions that they are accompanied by the name of the event and the name of the photographer (provided n the name of the file). Commercial use of photographs needs to be discussed with the festival as well as with the author – please contact us before publication.
Films about the JCF as well as short videos and recording of concerts are available on festival channel on YouTube and Vimeo. If you need high resolution of any of those footage, please contact us.
Festival posters are designed since 2013 by the Studio Otwarte. Before that date, every year they were designed by a different artist, including (among others): Richard Horowitz, Rafał Olbiński, Hakobo, Janusz Dudziński, Piotr Kunce, Witold Siemaszkiewicz, Oded Ezer.
On our website you will find reports from few of the previous editions of the Jewish Culture Festival. If you need reports or information from other editions, please contact the festival office.