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The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute (AMI), supported by the Polish Institute in Bucharest, along with the Romanian Ministry of Culture and the Romanian Cultural Institute, are organising a joint cultural season for the first time in history, which will last from June 2024 to October 2025.

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Adam Mickiewcz Institute invites to a series of online workshops organized by ARS Baltica, PA Culture, and the CCI Contact Desk. The third online workshop is scheduled for the 30th of November from 2-4 p.m. CET. It will cover the following topic: Beyond the basics: Exploring opportunities for fundraising and development.

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American saxophone virtuoso, Joe Lovano, teams up again with the internationally acclaimed Poland’s Marcin Wasilewski Trio for an electrifying performances at the iconic Village Vanguard club from November 14 to 19, 2023(Tue – Sun)! Performances are 08:00 and 10:00 PM. The concerts are co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, Association of the Performing Artists STOART and co-organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

The exhibition Peace Has No Home: Posters for Ukraine will be on display at Public Works Gallery in Chicago from September 8 to November 18, 2023. Works by artists from Poland and other countries, created, among others, as part of the 33 Letters for Ukraine project, express the support of the artistic community for the country attacked by Russia. The exhibition was prepared by The Spirit of Poland Foundation, Public Works Gallery and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in cooperation with the Polish Institute in New York.

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As part of events accompanying the exhibition “The Dark Arts. Aleksandra Waliszewska and the Symbolism from the East and North” Adam Mickiewicz Institute and its partners present a series of special film screenings. The last film to be shown will be “The Lure” (2015) directed by Agnieszka Smoczyńska.

Polish culture in the Republic of South Korea


Thanks to the involvement of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the first Polish Pavilion at the Gwangju Biennale will open between 5 and 7 May 2023. Polish artist Małgorzata Mirga-Tas will take part in the Biennale.

As part of events accompanying the exhibition, “The Dark Arts. Aleksandra Waliszewska and the Symbolism from the East and North” Adam Mickiewicz Institute and its partners will organise a discussion with Łukasz Kozak, author of the book “With Stake and Spade” and a concert by Adam Strug, “The Songs of wandering beggars, or dziady.”

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Wacław Szpakowski's previously unpublished archive will be presented for the first time in Riga at the Latvian National Museum of Art on the anniversary of the artist’s birthday. 

Between 16 and 25 February, Jerzy Skolimowski – whose film “EO” is nominated for an Oscar for best international film at the 95th Academy Awards – will exhibit his paintings in two galleries in the German capital: the nüüd gallery and the Polish Institute Gallery.

Joy & Devotion, the annual festival of Polish sacred music, returns to St Martin-in-the-Fields this autumn following its launch by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in 2021.


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