Poland is the home of Nobel Prize Laureates, and Oscar and Grammy winners. It is the birthplace of Frederic Chopin. Culture and arts have helped us to survive the worst moments in our history. Check out what makes us tick today!
Cultural attractions and events in Poland
Poland hosts many interesting concerts, performances, festivals and all kinds of cultural events. Some of them have gained international recognition. Here you will find some of the cultural events Poland could offer to you.
The game in the “escape room” lasts from 45 minutes up to an hour and makes you feel part of an action movie. In Poland, you will mostly impersonate the Polish mathematicians who cracked the German Enigma code during World War II.
Kacper Kowalski, a photographer, winner of the World Press Photo 2015 Award for his project Side Effects on how people change and process the landscape of Poland, tells Polska.pl about his aerial pictures which show the beauty of Poland.
The Szczecin Philharmonic, the Silesian Museum in Katowice and Warsaw’s POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews are deemed to be among the most distinguished works of modern architecture. While Polish architect studios continue to collect coveted projects, Poland also attracts the world’s most famous architects, who are taking on ambitious assignments across the country.
The work of famous Polish architect and designer Oskar Zięta has been on display at internationally acclaimed exhibitions all over the world, including the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. Now, his creative gems are part of a Polish plan for a space centre on Mars.
Pieces of Tadeusz Kantor’s stage sets, graphics by Leon Tarasiewicz and paintings by Nikifor, the famous primitivist, will be on display at the new, ultra-modern building of the Silesian Museum in Katowice, which opens to the public on 26 June.