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The Podgórze Museum festival: Podgórze + communication/ Спілкування

The Podgórze Museum festival: Podgórze + communication/ Спілкування

Podgórze
On February 23, 2020, we invite you to the Podgórze Museum festival: Podgórze + communication/ Спілкування
The theme of the second festival of our branch of the Krakow Museum is communication, which we understand in two ways. Both as road and language communication. During the joint celebration, you will be able to see the exhibition titled Krakow Railways and hear about how people once traveled through Podgórze.
Communication also means: language, conversations, discussions, storytelling, speaking and writing. Therefore, we do hope that you will come and listen to our stories, but will also talk to us and leave some stories of your own on the topics suggested by us in a special place. Actual communication means opening up to others, dialogue, overcoming one's limitations. Thus, on this day we give you the floor, and being aware that there are those among us who speak a language other than Polish, we wish to cater to their needs. We have prepared a special tour in Ukrainian for the largest national minority in Krakow, as well as in English for numerous corporate employees from all parts of the world for whom English is modern Latin.
 
PROGRAM:
 
10.00
Languages of Podgórze: Hebrew
Workshops for children aged 6-10
There was a large Jewish community living in Podgórze, as well as in all of old Poland. Thanks to these workshops, children will learn various curiosities about the Hebrew language and learn some letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
Guide: Alicja Ososińska (in Polish and English)
Location: Alchemy of the City, Museum of Podgórze
Booking: Visitor Service Center, info@muzeumkrakowa.pl
 
Those were the days… Multiculturalism forever and ever?
Guided tours around the permanent exhibition, with particular emphasis on the cultural diversity of the right bank of the city
During the guided tour of the permanent exhibition, the curators will talk about multiculturalism in former Podgórze and ask how you perceive multiculturalism in our city today.
Guide: Melania Tutak, Katarzyna Bury
Location: permanent exhibition, Museum of Podgórze
Simultaneous translation in Ukrainian: Valentyna Orel
 
13.00
Those were the days… Multiculturalism forever and ever?
Guided tours for adults around the permanent exhibition, with particular emphasis on the cultural diversity of the right bank of the city
During the guided tour of the permanent exhibition, the curators will talk about multiculturalism in former Podgórze and ask how you perceive multiculturalism in our city today.
Guide: Melania Tutak, Katarzyna Bury
Location: permanent exhibition, Museum of Podgórze
Simultaneous translation in English: Paulina Rutkowska
 
Galician rail designer
Workshops for children aged 10-13
At the workshops, children will receive prints of a historical map of Galicia, where they will try to draw railway lines connecting the most important places in this historical land. It will be an opportunity to talk about the region's multiculturalism and multilingualism, as well as the development of railways in these areas in the 19th century.
Guide: Filip Rekucki-Szczurek (in Polish and English)
Location: Alchemy of the City, Museum of Podgórze
Booking: Visitor Service Center, info@muzeumkrakowa.pl
 
Moreover:
Free admission to the permanent exhibition The City of the Krakus Mound and the temporary exhibition Krakow railways
50% discount on Krakow Museum's own publications
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