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Polish artists present Transparent in Newcastle

1 Jul

Polish artists Konrad Smoleński and Honza Zamojski present ‘Transparent’, a collaborative exhibition shown through a multimedia installation and performance.TRANSPARENT__KNS1616_1__small-1100x540

WHEN: Saturday 28 May – Saturday 9 July (performance: 4pm daily)
WHERE: NewBridge Project Space, 12 New Bridge St W, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 8AW

Sabina Sallis, the curator says: Transparent features configurations of objects and humans, humans and architecture and exhibits, institutions and individuals. Within a carefully structured environment and a precisely scripted scenario of live action, humans animate the system regardless of bounds to establishment and restrictions. Humans excite the inanimate world to vibrate, bringing a dynamic that makes the system flexible. By employing simple elements like movement, water, rhythm of actions, order and vibrations – the image of potentiality is created, a potentiality that ultimately remains humane. This event is a snapshot – this abstract form of dissected actions and system becomes an anthropological artefact.

 

You can find out more about this project here:

http://thenewbridgeproject.com/transparent-konrad-smolenski-honza-zamojski/

Another storytelling event in Newcastle

1 Jul

13528137_10208523965750878_1935187967014781507_oListening to children’s stories is a great way to learn Polish! Don’t miss out on a  this opportunity to improve your language skills.

9th July at 3pm

at Kittiwake Multilingual Library,

Upper Level,

Eldon Garden,

Percy Street,

Newcastle upon Tyne,

NE1 7RA.

 

 

Polish storytelling in Newcastle

28 May

Come along to the first storytelling session in Polish in Newcastle. Save the date in two weeks time and enjoy these Polish tales.

When: 11th June 2016 at 3pm

Where: The Kittiwake Trust Multilingual Library, Upper Level, Eldon Garden, Percy Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Ne1 7RA.

 

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Polish films in British cinemas

21 May

Our local news website Polnews informed us that we have another chance to watch a Polish film in British cinemas. This time it’s a romantic comedy with Maciej Stuhr called “Planeta singli” (“The planet of singles”).planet singli

What is it about?

He is one of the top celebrities in the country: a fast-talking TV host, who can joke his way out of any situation. Women want to be with him, men want to be like him. He is looking for a new topic to discuss in his popular talk-show. She is a teacher at a musical school – a timid girl looking for Mr. Perfect on an internet dating site. He will help her realise her potential and teach her how to recognise various types of men for what they are, she will teach him what real life is about. The show will become a huge hit. It seems they are destined to fall in love and be together, but one day she actually does meet Mr. Perfect on the net. (source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5127398/)

Watching movies helps you learn Polish. It’s useful because you get to hear lots of slang and cool expressions – it’s how people really talk. Also, you should be able to enjoy it, having visual clues to aid your understanding, even if you don’t understand every last thing the characters are saying.

Enjoy!

4th International Test of Polish starts tomorrow!

28 Apr

I would like to invite you to participate in the International Test of Polish as a Foreign Language –  Fourth Edition, Agata Stepnik – Siara in memoriam, which will take place  on  29 th and 30 th  April this year.

Prolog competition

It will be the fourth edition of this event. Over 3000 individuals and 700 teams participated in previous editions.

The test will be available on our website http://www.polishcourses.com for 36 hours – from 9am  29 th April until 9pm 30 th  April. The test will involve two categories of participants: individuals and groups.

For the winners we have got attractive prizes:

  • Standard Polish language courses for foreigners in Kraków
  • books from PROLOG Publishing.

Don’t miss out!

Win a language course in Krakow

27 Apr

glossa-logoEnter the competition: “Poland and Me!”

Are you interested in Polish culture? Are you learning Polish? Or maybe you’re just planning on starting your adventure with the Polish language?

Try your hand at competition “Poland and Me!” organised by the Polish Language School ‘Glossa’.

Write about your experiences of Poland, your impressions, memories, relationships or just what Poland means to you.

You have the chance to win some amazing prizes:

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fot. Mark Savage

1st prize:

  1. two-week intensive Polish language course in Krakow
  2. accommodation with a host family or in a shared apartment
  3. extra-curricular program

2nd prize:

  1. two-week intensive Polish language course in Cracow
  2. extra-curricular program

3rd prize

10 private lessons online

Other prizes:

  1. 10 x online courses
  2. 5 x selected textbooks from the series “POLSKI Krok Po Kroku”
  3. 5 x selected items from Polish cinema

Remember: you can write your work in Polish or in English.

Any questions? Get in touch at info@glossa.pl or via the school’s website kursyjezykapolskiego.pl

Entries should be sent in by 31st May 2016 and the written piece must not exceed 9000 characters (including spaces).

Please pass this information to anybody who might be interested.

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Spokojnych i radosnych Świąt Wielkanocnych!

26 Mar

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