Metaforma Cafe, ul. Powiśle 11
"Seduction, display of untested wonders, promise of sensations yet untried but dwarfing and overshadowing everything tried before, will do nicely. Providing of course, that the message falls on receptive ears and that all eyes are focused on thrill-presaging things when scanning the signals."
Centrum Kultury i Sportu w Krzeszowicach, ul. dr. Jana Walkowskiego 1,
Tue - Fri 9.00-16.00
Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz is known as a painter, writer, playwright and photographer. Regardless of the repertoire of the means of expression, Witkacy was distinguished by the creative attitude of life, closely related to his philosophical system. The artist used a photographic medium to document the everyday life surrounding him.
BWA w Tarnowie, ul. Słowackiego 1
Tue–Thr: 11:00-18:00, Fri–Sun: 12:00-19:00
The first meeting after many years of two exceptional personalities of Polish art, for whom photography - in various ways - was a means of registration and elevation of everyday life. For both of them the most intriguing was the authentic, and the sources of this authenticity were searched far beyond the city centers.
Kawiarnia Teatralna, Plac Świętego Ducha 1
11:00 - 23:45
Drop your mask and show that you can be an artist! This is the main theme of the 3rd artistic competition organized by the All In UJ Association. This year, we invited Cracow students to take up the challenge of the "Mask" quote.
Tworzywo Cafe, Pl. Bohaterów Getta 2/1
12:00 – 23:00
1708ST working group is a photographic manufacture aiming at producing as many as possible valuable photographs devoted to the street, for there isn't a more democratic space.
Kolanko No 6, ul. Józefa 17
The exhibition will present many years of achievements in the field of metallographic examinations of two employees of the Foundry Research Institute in Krakow: mgr inż. Janina Radzikowska and mgr inż. Łukasz Boronia.
Bema20, ul. gen. Józefa Bema 20, TARNÓW
MON-FRI 10:00 - 17:00
Continuation of the "Paths" project This time, I am presenting examples of pseudograffiti as an illegal interference into public space (violation of Article 63a of the Act) Walls, stops, benches, garbage dumphouses, billboards, garages, elevations of blocks of flats, staircases are a place for expressing anti-immigrant moods, anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia, political views or hatred between sports clubs.