Joint improvisation event between the group LOTTO and Konrad SMOLEŃSKI
Part of the KRAAK festival 2015 | Netwerk | Alost
Since 6 December 2014, the sound artist Konrad SMOLEŃSKI has been showcasing his installation Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More in the rooms of the Contemporary Art Centre Netwerk in Alost as part of the collective exhibition ORKEST! >>> more on our website By way of conclusion to this sensory experience, a closing event is being held, part of the programme of the KRAAK Festival, this "annual journey through a labyrinth called off-stream music, avant-garde or other", in the
'Ukraine in the eyes of the Eastern European Intelligentsia'
Held to mark the premirere of the film "Maidan" by Sergei Loznitsa (BOZAR)
Ziemowit SZCZEREK, author of a gonzo report on Ukraine entitled Przyjdzie Mordor i nas zje, czyli tajna historia Slowian (Mordor will come and eat us, or a secret history of the Slavs) published in 2013 by Korporacja Ha!Art and which, the same year, picked up the Paszport Polityki prize (one of the main Polish prizes for art), will be taking part in the debate "Ukraine in the eyes of the Eastern European Intelligentsia" which aims to give a voice to intellectuals and artists from central Europe
SHORT WAVES is once again paying a visit to Brussels!
The festival of short films will this year be held at the Potemkine
The SHORT WAVES festival offers recent Polish shorts, selected in competition by the Ad Arte foundation, which is located in Poznań.This year, 7 films have been selected and they will be presented from 6 until 22 March in more than 50 cities on 6 continents! The Brussels edition takes place on Sunday 15 March at 19:00. It will be followed by a DJ/VJ concert by the duo made up of instrumentalist Stefan WESOŁOWSKI and VJ JAGO (Jagoda CHALCIŃSKA).At the end of the screening, the audience will
Piano recital by Piotr ANDERSZEWSKI
Flagey, Studio 4
Piotr ANDERSZEWSKI is coming to Brussels with a repertoire in which he excels. On the programme of his first recital at Flagey are three composers who are particularly close to his heart: BACH, SCHUMANN and SZYMANOWSKI. In 1990, aged just 20, Piotr ANDERSZEWSKI made his artistic debut at the prestigious Leeds International Competition where he played Beethoven's Diabelli Variations. To say that he wowed the crowd is an understatement. 25 years later, in spite of the polemics which surround