The authors of the project: Barbara Caillot Dubus and Aleksandra Karkowska will present the key findings regarding their project entitled "B jak Batory" and will ask the public for the artifacts and memories gathered during the boat trip on MS Batory
The launch of Ewa Stachniak's book "Bogini tańca" will take place at at the Polish Institute of Arts and Science (4220 Rue Drolet). The author presents the life of Bronisława Niżyńska, a sister of famous dancer and choreographer Wacław Niżyński. For more information : www.ewastachniak.com
McGill Polish Students’ Association invites you to its first Multidisciplinary Research Symposium at the Polish Institute of Arts and Science (4220 Rue Drolet). The conference will consist of short 5 minute presentations in English or in French about research projects conducted by members of the Polish community from various fields such as music, biology, pharmacology, linguistics and more
Meeting with The Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN)
March 22, 2018
Meeting with the Director of The Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), Dr. Marzena Kruk, will take place in The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in Canada (4220 Drolet). Dr. Marzena Kruk will present the work of the IPN and specifically recently launched project "Archiwum Pełne Pamięci"
Prof. Piotr Kosicki lecture: "Catholics on the barricades in 20th century Poland"
February 23, 2018
Prof. Piotr Kosicki (Maryland University) will give a lecture: "Catholics on the barricades in 20th century Poland" launching his book "Catholics on the barricades" published by Yale University Press. Lecture is organized by the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in cooperation with the Department of History and Classical Studies (McGill)
Launch of Irena Latek's book, "Flux et Intervalles"
February 22, 2018
The launch of Irena Latek's book, "Flux et Intervalles" will take place at Librairie Olivieri (5219 Côte-des-Neiges). The book presents two immersive audiovisual installations that were shown at CEUdeM and at the Cinémathèque québécoise in the last 3 years and explores the ideas and research that they were based on
The concert will take place at the Polish Consulate in Montreal (3501 Avenue du Musée). Works by F. Chopin and K. Szymanowski will be performed by Justyna Gabzdyl, who will play a selection of pieces from her debut CD album "Szymanowski, Chopin". Concert presentation by Liliana Komorowska
Ewa Sas (violin) and Erika Crino (piano) will play a personal selection of classical, tango, and film music at the Consulate of the Republic of Poland (3501 Avenue du Musée). This program includes works by Wieniawski, Prokofiev, Puccini, Kreisler, Piazzolla, Morricone, and others