VIDEO: Izabela Dłużyk was chosen by the BBC for its list of the world’s 100 most influential women, saying: “The field recordist is unusual not just because she is a young woman in a profession dominated by men, but because she has been blind since birth.”
In the latest Debrief, we’re down in Kraków meeting a very special artist who has made a name for herself in creating the most colourful and inventive ecological protests across Poland and Europe.
The golden era of Polish comic books started in the 1960s. Today its popularity has reached momentum with a whole array of titles being translated to foreign languages.
A new report published by Warsaw’s Kozminski University shows that women in Polish higher education institutions are having a tough time breaking through to higher academic posts.
In this episode of The Debrief, John Beauchamp speaks to Dr Łukasz Bertram, a researcher who has just published a book on the history of Polish communists.
Justyna Kisielewicz is a Polish artist who is taking the world by storm through her novel ways of social critique.
In this episode of The Debrief, we get the inside details on the new Polish History Museum due to open in September 2023.
Coming up in this episode, we talk to Dr. Katarzyna Jagodzińska, an academic based in Kraków, about new ways of presenting museum collections as well as the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub.
War-time trauma and direct realism are the keys to a new retrospective of Polish painter Andrzej Wróblewski at the National Museum in Lublin.
For this episode, it’s time to put our feet up for a moment. We’re continuing our trek through Olsztyn in north-eastern Poland, and we meet a British expat who has been living in Poland for a fair few number of years.
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