“We congratulate you on this distinction and we are happy that your outstanding professional achievements, which contribute to promoting Polish culture, have been recognised on the international stage,” said the deputy chief of Poland’s diplomacy, Artur Nowak-Far, while presenting Urszula Dudziak with a letter from UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova on the decision to honour the Polish jazz artist with the UNESCO Artist for Peace title
Browsing: People in art
Pianist and compère Waldemar Malicki; conductor and composer Bernard Chmielarz and director Jacek Kęcik talk with Justyna Golędzinowska and Weronika Ukleja about their work and the project “Philharmonic of Wit”.
Pangea Network Scotland invites – not only the jazz and music photography lovers – to an opening evening of Marek Karewicz’s photo exhibition „This is Jazz – Portraits of world and Poland’s Jazz stars” which takes place in Ex-Serviceman’s Club in Edinburgh. It is going to be a unique opportunity to meet the Master – a living legend of Polish music photography.
Agnieszka Czajkowska, who performed with opera singers but also participated in jazz, alternative, rock and hip hop music projects around the world, is talking with Anna Karahan about her work and dreams.
Joanna Pilatowicz – dancer, coach, choreographer living in Germany is talking, with Anna Karahan, about her passions, emigration and starting everything again and again from the beginning.
Beyond the Borders of Art: Emigrant artists: escapees, outcasts, voluntary residents, citizens of the world…?
Bright Winter in Malakoff: Alina Szapocznikow -Dorota Grubba Ph.D. (Polish Institute of World Art Studies, Warsaw), February 12, 2014, 5.30 p.m. | Gdynia Infobox
Kasia Pawlak – a Polish artist living in Singapore is talking with Anna Karahan about her paintings, inspiration and emigration.
Communing with art we often wonder who is hiding behind the canvas. After all, tangled strokes and lines, the microcosm of painter’s imagination, must reflect the author. If we take the fact that art is the way to understand the artist’s world for granted, the works of Ewa Malijewska validate this thesis in the best possible way.
Polish pianist Rafał Blechacz has been named the recipient of the 2014 Gilmore Artist Award, it was announced today by Daniel R. Gustin, Director of the Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. One of the most prestigious honors in music, the Gilmore Artist Award is presented every four years on a non-competitive basis to an exceptional pianist who, regardless of age or nationality, has the potential to sustain a career as a major international concert artist.