Artists in Arms: Arts & Culture on the Trail of Anders' Army, 1941-1945

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    'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', or the Decryption of Mickiewicz

    What links the writing of the greatest Polish Romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz to mathematical systems? Jakub Woynarowski’s multimedia installation, 'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', combines these realms into an extraordinary audiovisual experience. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute commissioned the artwork, which will premiere on 1st December 2021 at the headquarters of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris. More: 'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', or the Decryption of Mickiewicz #language & literature
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    A Night with Komeda & Seifert in Budapest

    A final accent of Krzysztof Komeda Year and an occasion to mark Zbigniew Seifert’s 75th birthday celebrations, three Polish bands will pay a musical tribute to these two eminent jazzmen. EABS, Atom String Quartet and Piotr ‘Pianohooligan’ Orzechowski with Kuba Więcek will perform music by Komeda and Seifert at Budapest’s Opus Jazz Club. More: A Night with Komeda & Seifert in Budapest #music
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    Lem-Inspired Installation 'Do You Feel Connected?' at the Gwangju Design Biennale

    Celebrations of the Year of Stanisław Lem have reached the Korean city of Gwangju, where the Polish installation ‘Do You Feel Connected?’ will be presented as part of the Gwangju Design Biennale. Its concept, prepared by the infuture.institute, is based on Lem’s ‘Summa Technologiae’. The project is organised by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the presentation is technologically integrated with Twitter. More: Lem-Inspired Installation 'Do You Feel Connected?' at the Gwangju Design Biennale #language & literature
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    40th Anniversary of the First Descent into Peru's Colca Canyon

    The year 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of a historic sport and exploration achievement: the conquest and discovery of Colca Canyon, the deepest land gorge on Earth in 1981. A special exhibition celebrating the seven Poles who achieved this will take place in New York City, with other events planned in Peru and Poland. More: 40th Anniversary of the First Descent into Peru's Colca Canyon #heritage
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    'Rebel Spirits', or The Story of Polish Jazz

    Discover the rich history of Polish jazz with the launch of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute's brand new podcast ‘Rebel Spirits: The Story of Polish Jazz’! Each episode will showcase the greatest musicians and voices of Polish jazz and is hosted by Paweł Brodowski, editor-in-chief of Jazz Forum magazine. More: 'Rebel Spirits', or The Story of Polish Jazz #music