A new exhibition on Witkacy at the National Museum in Warsaw provides a new perspective on the artist and his work.
In parting with the traditional and embracing contemporary circus, the Carnaval aims to get a party going on the streets of Lublin, which becomes a hub for performers, buskers and so-called ‘ludic artists’ of all kinds…
In this episode of The Debrief we explore the powerful figure of Bona Sforza, Queen of Poland back in the 16th century, and whether she really was key in bringing certain vegetables to Poland all those centuries ago…
In this episode of The Debrief, all you’ve ever wanted to know about ancient Egyptian mummies, as John Beauchamp is joined in the studio with Dr. Wojciech Ejsmond, one of the lead researchers at the Warsaw Mummy Project.
In this episode of The Debrief, we’re down in Kraków to check out the latest exhibition at the Museum of Photography.
The Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Technology in Kraków is now offering studies in Ukrainian for aspriring engineers.
With thousands of Ukrainians in Poland’s capital Warsaw, new ways are being found to help them.
In this episode of The Debrief, the university library up in the Baltic city of Gdańsk is hosting an exhibition which tells of the city’s links with English playwright William Shakespeare.
On a busy road leading out of Warsaw lies the Murowanka school building, built in 1903 by the residents of Wawer, a suburb of Warsaw.
In Poland we’re all used to NGOs and civic society organisations providing the bulk of help for Ukrainians fleeing war, but what happens when you add the United Nations to the mix?