Krakow is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Its cultural heritage spans Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The Old Town, now declared a World Heritage Site, contains one of the best-preserved medieval market squares. In 2000, Krakow was named European Capital of Culture and will be host to World Youth Day in 2016.
Situated on the Visula River, the city dates back to the 7th Century. It is a leading centre of Polish academic, cultural and artistic life.
The Conference will be hosted by kind permission of
Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie.
ECArTE is grateful for the warm and enthusiastic welcome, which Akademia Ignatianum has extended to the Consortium as the host university for this fourteenth international arts therapies conference. The University, which is walking distance from the city centre, specializes in education and training in philosophy, educational sciences, psychology, cultural studies, social work, political science, journalism and social communication, and linguistics.
Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie