Artistic residency at Akademie Schloss Solitude

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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
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    ‘People from the Porcelain Factory’ in Berlin

    The exhibition ‘People from the Porcelain Factory’ curated by anthropologist Ewa Klekot and ceramist Arkadiusz Szwed comes to Museum Europäischer Kulturen – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. The exhibition, created on the initiative of Adam Mickiewicz Institute, is a collaboration with the Museum and the Polish Cultural Institute in Berlin. More: ‘People from the Porcelain Factory’ in Berlin #photography & visual arts
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    ‘The Clothed Home’ at the Polish Pavilion at the London Design Biennale 2021

    For the third time in a row, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute will be the host of the Polish Pavilion at the prestigious London Design Biennale. This year, the pavilion will present ‘The Clothed Home: Tuning in to the Seasonal Imagination’ exhibition. The biennale begins on 1st June 2021 and will be open to visitors – not just online! More: ‘The Clothed Home’ at the Polish Pavilion at the London Design Biennale 2021 #design
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    100 Years of Polish Fashion Captured in Elegant Book

    ‘Reason & Flair: A Century of Fashion in Poland’ is the title of an eye-catching and in-depth book-album summarising the last hundred years of Polish fashion and culture. The publisher of the publication is the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in co-operation with the OsnoVa publishing house. More: 100 Years of Polish Fashion Captured in Elegant Book #fashion
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    Szczęsny & Tuval's Sail Installation at Liebling Haus in Tel-Aviv

    Jakub Szczęsny and Hadas Tuval are redefining the rooftop as a public space, a place where city dwellers get a chance to form communities and weave new connections under a temporary canopy. Open from May 6th 2021 until the autumn. More: Szczęsny & Tuval's Sail Installation at Liebling Haus in Tel-Aviv #photography & visual arts