Opening an exhibition on the Roma people in Lodz (central Poland) on International Roma Day on Sunday, Polish Prime Ministerial aide Marek Suski read out a letter from PM Mateusz Morawiecki.
The International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) ceremony took place on Friday at the seat of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, southern Poland. The awards were established in 2010 in place of the earlier MIDEM Classical Awards.
Poland's western city of Wroclaw has been officially granted the Best European Destination 2018 title and the Wroclaw Mayor has received a statuette for the city's victory in a Best European Destination competition from the Brussels-based European Best Destinations.
Twenty three galleries from 13 European and American cities will take part in the first edition of an international art project entitled 'Friend of a Friend,' in April. As part of the project, eight exhibitions will take place in Warsaw featuring both Polish and foreign artists.
Polish theatre director Lukasz Twarkowski has been granted the highest Lithuanian theatrical distinction for the performance "Lokis," staged at the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre.
About 50 young artists from Poland, Germany, Spain and Hungary participate in the 15th International Violin Competition, named after Georg Philipp Telemann, in Poznan (west-central Poland), which began on March 24.
The Bletchley Park code breaking museum near London unveiled a new element to its permanent exhibition on Friday dedicated to the work of the British and Polish scientists who created the so-called 'Bombe' machines for deciphering Germany's Enigma coding machine.
The inclusion of the Union of Lublin Agreement in UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme is very important, Poland's Culture Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Glinski said on Thursday.
The Bialostocki Puppet Theatre from Bialystok, northeastern Poland, will present shows in China during late May and early June as part of the Polish government's drive to promote Polish puppetry art on the international arena.
Krzysztof Michalski and Michal Balas, two cellists from the Wladyslaw Zelenski State Secondary School of Music in Krakow, southern Poland, won the Johansen International Competition for Young String Players, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage said on Monday.