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Wydarzenia z kategorii: Literary meetings

"Saturn. Czarne obrazy z życia mężczyzn z rodziny Goya" - literary meeting with Jacek Dehnel

Old Town Hall, 02-04-2011

"Saturn. Czarne obrazy z życia mężczyzn z rodziny Goya" - literary meeting with Jacek Dehnel
The Baltic Sea Cultural Centre and W.A.B. Publishing House invite for a meeting with Jacek Dehnel and a conversation about his new novel, Saturn. Czarne obrazy z życia mężczyzn z rodziny Goya (Sathurn. Black Pictures From the Lives of Men of the Goya Family).

START: 6.00 pm
ADMISSION free

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"Until soon" - a new novel of Waldemar Nocny

Old Town Hall, 29-03-2011

"Until soon" - a new novel of Waldemar Nocny


Our guest during the next literary meeting will be a writer, Wlademar Nocny - an occasion to meet is his recently published novel, Until soon (Do wkrótce). The meeting will be led by a journalist, Ewa Kowalska and fragments of Nocny’s new book will read Florian Staniewski.

START: 6.00 pm
ADMISSION free

 

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day 4 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!

Dworek Sierakowskich, Sfinks Club, 29-12-2010

day 4 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!
After busy Sunday, Monday and Tuesday it's time for... a busy Wednesday!
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day 3 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!

Old Town Hall, Ucho Club, 28-12-2010

day 3 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!


Keep pace - we're half way there!

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day 2 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!

Music Theatre in Gdynia, Parlament Club, Museum of the City of Gdynia, 27-12-2010

day 2 :: METROPOLIS IS OKEY!


Growing appetite? It's time to extend the festival's menu!

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METROPOLIS IS OKEY!

Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia, 26-12-2010 - 30-12-2010

METROPOLIS IS OKEY!


Celebration of Metropolis Culture!

Metropolia developes – we started with music and dance, in 2009 visual arts (this year represented by graphics exhibition) joined this energetic combo – it’s high time to include LITERATURE in metropolis world!

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„ÒPÒWIÉDZ MIE BÔJKÃ... / OPOWIEDZ MI BAJKĘ” - book's premiere

Old Town Hall, 18-12-2010

„ÒPÒWIÉDZ MIE BÔJKÃ... / OPOWIEDZ MI BAJKĘ” - book's premiere
We all know how beautiful, simple but imaginative and wise traditional fairy tales can be. Nevertheless, many also know how rare and underestimated they are on the publishing market… This is why we came up with an idea of preparing a set of Kashubian fairy tales: beside bilingual, Polish-Kashubian, beautifully illustrated book you will also find a CD with texts in actors’ interpretation and specially composed music.

START: 4.00 pm
admission free
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PLANET CAUCASUS

Old Town Hall, 25-11-2010 - 26-11-2010

PLANET CAUCASUS
The title of project organised within the framework of the Festival of World Cultures is a bit provoking – after all „a planet” is a whole world. Can we call this part of Asia? Europe? a planet and why are we discussing about it here, in Central Europe, already united with the western structures, in an old harbour city that stands much closer to Bremen and Lubeck then to Batumi or Makhachkala.


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Tomas Venclova in BSCC

The Old Town Hall, 21-03-2010

Start at 11.00 a. m


The Baltic Sea Cultural Centre has a pleasure to invite you to the World Poetry Day in BSCC.

The meeting with our Extraordinary Guest – Tomas Venclova – is going to take place within the Extraordinary Cracow Poetry Salon. The discussion will be led by Krystyna and Stefan Chwin.

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3rd Baltic Meetings of Illustrators

Old Town Hall, St. John's Centre, 26-11-2008 - 28-11-2008

3rd Baltic Meetings of Illustrators


Another time we encourage you to take part in a meeting with the most interesting book illustrations. This time the main subject of the Baltic Meeting of Illustrators will be well known from the Scandinavian mythology Trolls, gnomes and hobgoblins. Together with our guests we shall take a closer look on their presence in literature, visual arts and music. They wiil also be a leitmotiv of presentation and discussions. Nevertheless, we won’t confine our interests only to the Scandinavian reflections, but also encourage our guests to talk about the Polish hobgoblins and dwarfs well known from Maria Konopnicka’s fairy tales – recently published short stories for children gave them a new life.

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