• Film

    Jerzy Skolimowski retrospective

    Cinematek, Brussels
    24/11/10 - 19/12/10
    Cinematek in Brussels is holding a Jerzy Skolimowski retrospective in collaboration with the Cultural Service of the Polish embassy. This
  • Music

    Piano recital by Piotr Anderszewski

    Concertgebouw, Bruges
    On 19 November 2010, Piotr Anderszewski gave a recital of music by Bach and Schumann at the Bruges Concertgebouw.Introduction in Dutch by Jan
  • Others


    't Gebed Zonder Eind... in Ghent
    12/11/10 - 20/11/10
    During the 5th Week of taste, the Ghent concert cafe 't Gebed zonder eind worked with the Cultural Service of the Polish Embassy as part of the
  • Literature

    Tomasz Różycki at KULeuven and Lille3

    Salle Justus Lipsius, Erasmushuis, Leuven & Salle Camoës, Lille3, Villeneuve d'Ascq
    03/11/10 - 04/11/10
    KULeuven’s department of Slavonic Studies and Central European Studies, in collaboration with the Cultural Service of the Polish Embassy,
  • Arts

    Van Eyck to Dürer

    Groeningemuseum, Bruges
    29/10/10 - 30/01/11
    The Cultural Service of the Polish Embassy is delighted to join forces with the exhibition Van Eyck à Dürer (Van Eyck to Dürer),
  • Arts

    ‘TV Signal Manipulation Monument’ by Janek Simon

    Het Entrepot, Bruges (part of ‘This is not Brugge Centraal’)
    29/10/10 - 05/11/10
    It was Het Entrepot, a place open to the broadest spectrum of creative talents, that invited Janek Simon to fill one of the ten containers
  • Arts

    ‘Les hommes peuvent pourrir’ (Let Men Rot), by Łódź Kaliska

    Atelier 340 Muzeum, Brussels
    22/10/10 - 30/01/11
     The Łódż Kaliska group, set up in Łódź in 1979, celebrated 30 years of existence in 2009. To mark their ‘300th
  • Film

    Screenings of Polish animated films

    As part of the exhibition ‘Luc Tuymans: Point de vue sur l’Europe centrale/The Reality of the lowest rank’
    22/10/10 - 23/01/11
    The exhibition Luc Tuymans: Point de vue sur l'Europe centrale/The Reality of the Lowest rank is divided into two distinct parts: the first is
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