What’s up Warsaw? TUESDAY 1 October 2013

#EXHIBITION Sarcastic view on Warsaw  You can dislike it but you cannot ignore it. Warsaw is such a city that even when it irritates people it still is very inspiring. The exhibit shows the works send for the international competition for the caricature of Warsaw. You will find here insider’s comments on the political situation […]

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What’s up Warsaw? Monday, 30 September 2013

#MUSEUM  Poster Museum  The Poster Museum in Wilanów is the oldest institution of this type in the world. It houses 30 thousand items which represent the history of poster art from 1892 to contemporary times and this makes it one of the world largest collections of this art form. Located in a 19th century riding […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SUNDAY 29 September 2013

#HORSERACING  The Grand Warsaw race  Służewiec is a traditional horse racing track in Warsaw. You know, this spot where horses wear ribbons, women wear hats and men…? Well, somebody must watch the races!:) This Sunday’s event is the Grand Warsaw race, is organised for 100th time this year! Apart from the betting you can watch […]

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What’s up Warsaw? Saturday, 28 September 2013

#ACTIVITY Hug a teddy bear  War-Saw – the city of trauma, drama and grey monuments reminding of many terrible events of Polish history. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a reason to smile every day because U’d see something uplifting just walking the streets? That was the thought of Iza Rutkowska from the Foundation of […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY 27 September 2013

  #CONCERT  World music in Warsaw  Cross Cultures Festival  is the most important event presenting world music in Warsaw. The theme of this year’s programme are the music traditions of the islands-artists from  Ireland, Djerba and New Zealand will perform in the big tent set near the Palace of Culture and Science. Each day there’s […]

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What’s up Warsaw? THURSDAY 26.09.2013

#ART  Polish your British  Late 1980s and 1990s was a time of a great outburst of the modern art, both in Poland and Great Britain. Artist representing what was later called the group of Yong British Artists and Polish critical art used controversy, provocation and mass media techniques to atract attention and start the discussion […]

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What’up Warsaw? WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

#ACTIVITY  Hug a teddy bear  War-Saw – the city of trauma, drama and grey monuments reminding of many terrible events of Polish history. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a reason to smile every day because U’d see something uplifting just walking the streets? That was the thought of Iza Rutkowska from the Foundation of […]

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What’s up Warsaw? 24 September 2013

#EXHIBITION Sarcastic view on Warsaw  You can dislike it but you cannot ignore it. Warsaw is such a city that even when it irritates people it still is very inspiring. The exhibit shows the works send for the international competition for the caricature of Warsaw. You will find here insider’s comments on the political situation […]

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What’s up Warsaw? 23 September 2013

#ACTIVITY  Hug a teddy bear  War-Saw – the city of trauma, drama and grey monuments reminding of many terrible events of Polish history. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a reason to smile every day because U’d see something uplifting just walking the streets? That was the thought of Iza Rutkowska from the Foundation of […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SUNDAY 22 September 2013

#EXHIBITION A Photo of the City  Next time when you’re in Warsaw probably you  won’t recognize some of the place you’ve already visited. This city has been under a constant development and change in the recent years. This exhibition is an attempt to show this process captured from different perspectives. It includes not only the […]

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