The exhibition "Art in the Interwar Period. Towards Tradition" is a continuation of the Young Poland tradition. Exhibited here artists sought inspiration outside the broadly understood avant-garde art, creating their own, original style, inspired by cultural heritage and folk art. The interwar period was the time when native craftsmanship was elevated to the rank of art. Furniture, fabrics, ceramics and glass were designed by such artists as Wanda Kossecka, Julia Kielowa and Zofia Kodis-Freyer. The exhibition will also include sculptures of August Zamoyski, Henryk Kuna, Henryk Wierciński and the great artistic personality of the 20th century - Xawery Dunikowski. It will display over 150 art and crafts objects.