The Academy Awards ceremony celebrates its 93rd birthday. What was the beginning of this great film festival? – Date

Katharine Hepburn Photo: Cinema Legacy Collection / The Hollywood Archive / PAP / Photoshot Raised in the shadow of tragedy She was the daughter of urologist Thomas Norval Hepburn and women’s rights activist Kathryn Martha Houghton. She had four younger siblings and an older brother, Tom, who hanged himself when he was only fifteen. Perhaps … Read more

Music sources 2022. We know the best contemporary folk music artists – Wiadomości

Bastarda and SutariPhoto: mat. presses. About creating the program “Tamoj” Said Barbara Songin of the band Sutari, who will perform this time in a duet. “Tamoj” means “over there,” not quite far. It’s a story about cultural boundaries inspired by the work of… Adam Mickiewicz. The artists focused on the context of “stories and romance” … Read more

“Voices from the End of the World” is the slogan for the 36th Contemporary Art Days [PROGRAM]

Contemporary Art Days is one of the oldest festivals on the cultural map of Białystok. He has always dealt with the problems and challenges of the modern world. This year it will be no different. The 36th edition of the festival begins on May 23. picture: Anna Kulikowska From left: Grażyna Dworakowska and Katarzyna Kruszewska … Read more

Museum Night 2022 awaits [PROGRAM]Biaystok Online Municipal Portal Białystok (Bialystok), Page 1

The only night this year – The Long Museum Night is fast approaching. As usual, institutions from Bialystok and those in the region have prepared a rich and attractive programme. On May 14, it is worth going “to the city” and participating in events. picture: Grzegorz Chuczun Museum Night 2017 European Museum Night is a … Read more

“The guy who helped the bigbit.” Andrzej Korzyński’s funeral today – Wiadomości

On April 18, 2022, Andrzej Korzyński, a composer, arranger, pianist, film composer and popular musician, passed away. The composer was one of the founders of the youth studio “Rytm” on Polish Radio. The works of Andrzej Korzyński influenced the imagination of the younger for dozens of years. On April 18, 2022, Andrzej Korzyński, a composer, … Read more

Wieńczysław Gliński. More than a hundred roles in front of the camera – history

Portrait of Leon Schiller (second from left) with Karol Szymanowski, Ryszard Boleslavsky and Wincenti Drabeck during a rehearsal at the Polish Theatre, 1920.Photo: Bologna Leon Schiller was a man of contradiction, but, paradoxically, this was perhaps his most important value. Paradox is a feature often found in artists who, by their above-average sensitivity in their … Read more

canons of beauty. Garden art throughout history – Jedynka

Throughout history, garden art has shaped the canons of beauty. The royal, polar and city parks changed the landscape and showed the artistic background of a particular era. The most famous baroque gardens in Europe belonged to the rulers. The gardens are designed to emphasize the unique beauty of the place. They were separated from … Read more

Rembrandt masterpiece in Poland. An exhibition with the famous “Polish Knight” opened in azienki Królewskie – Wiadomości

Zygmunt Vogel portrait from 1823Photo: Aleksander Kokular/National Museum in Warsaw/Wikimedia Commons/DP Landscape inventory in Warsaw Most of Vogel’s watercolors and drawings depict Warsaw – the city in which he spent most of his life. The painter immortalized both city buildings (eg Nowy Świat street or Krakowskie Przedmieście) and the surrounding landscape – the latter can … Read more

Supporting Ukraine after the war. Szynkowski vel Sęk: Poland among the most ambitious countries – Polskie Radio 24

The International Donors’ Conference for Ukraine took place at the National Stadium in Warsaw on May 5, with the aim of raising funds for the war-torn country. The initiators of the conference are the Prime Ministers of Poland and Sweden, Mateusz Morawiecki and Magdalena Andersen, and the event partners are European Council President Charles Michel … Read more

Raczyński Library – Much Like the Louvre in Paris – History

At the premises of the Literary Institute at Maison Lafitte, 20011. Including. Cartoons by Jerzy Jederwick and Witold JumprovichPhoto: Forum Listen 58:50 Two Tales After Dark 09/14/2015.mp3 Archival radio interviews with Jerzy Gidwicke (PR) 637 issues of the monthly “Cultura” magazine. 511 volumes from the “Kultura” library (up to the year 2000), including 132 editions … Read more