Contemporary Lynx invited street artist Slawek ZBIOK Czajkowski to participate in a project none like before – to hand paint 2,964 magazine covers, which comprised the seventh print issue of the magazine.
Buzzfeed has published the list of the 24 Most Colorful Cities In The World. Wrocław is among them.
Slavorum has published an interesting list of facts you didn’t know about Poland…
In February Link to Poland began a series of online meetings on the image of Polandin the world. The guest of the first meeting was Mateusz Jarża – founder and director of the Play Poland Film Festival.
Link to Poland continues a series of online meetings about the image of Poland around the world. With our invited guests, we discuss various topics, present interesting projects and introduce the possibility of harnessing the potential of Poles living abroad for the creation of the Polish image around the world. All of this takes place in a modern and interactive setting. Already next Sunday, April 19, 2015, we invite you to Hangout with Aldona Kałuża, the founder and president of PolskaPROject, and editor in chief of the portal StrefaPL.
With our invited guests, we will discuss various topics, presenting interesting projects and introducing the possibility of harnessing the potential of Poles living abroad for the creation of the image of Poland around the world. It will all take place in a modern and interactive setting. Polish business, science, culture, sports, emigration and tourism are just some of the issues that we will take a closer look at.
The portal targets the Polish diaspora and Poles living abroad, but also foreigners which are interested in our country. The goal of the portal’s founder was to launch a platform which presents interesting initiatives of Poles living abroad or in Poland. In order to show how modern, fascinating and worthwhile the country is to visit.
Does anyone read on the internet about Polish ventures abroad? The portal Link to Poland argues ‘yes’, citing readers who return time and again.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has come to an agreement with the Management Board of Telewizja Polska on changes in the programming of TVP Polonia that would adapt the programme lineup to the actual needs and expectations of the audience, i.e. the Polish diaspora and Poles who live abroad.