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The 32nd International Festival of Composers in Krakow

MOCAK and the Krakow section of the Association of Polish composers invite you to the online closing concert of the 32nd International Festival of Composers in Krakow.

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MOCAK Forum no. 15

MOCAK Forum issue 15 is themed on the relationship between nature and culture, taking on board the topical reflections on the connectedness and fusion of the two.

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MOCAK Sounds | #MOCAKonline!

All viewers can visit the Museum on Spotify and check out our new project – MOCAK Sounds, which brings music to the Museum.

photo: R. Sosin

Anti-War Bulletin

The Anti-War Bulletin that accompanies the exhibition World War II – Drama, Symbol, Trauma with its graphic design echoes newspapers of the 1920s and 1930s. The publication, available in Polish and English, will prove useful when viewing the exhibition.

Leszek Wiśniowski, fot. E. Wiśniowska

Sound of MOCAK Summer 2020

In July and August, Leszek ‘Hefi’ Wiśniowski together with students from the Music Academy and pupils from B. Rutkowski School of Music in Krakow will produce in MOCAK grounds the sound installation Sound of MOCAK Summer 2020.

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The second edition of Wisława Szymborska: Collages now out.

The catalogue presents a less-known part of the poet’s work: postcard-size collages, which had been sent to her friends over many years. The texts about these minimalist compositions have been written by Małgorzata Baranowska, Maria Anna Potocka and Michał Rusinek.

Roman Ingarden, photographic self-portrait, 1942, photo © Krzysztof Ingarden Archive

MOCAK Studio. Roman Ingarden: Philosopher and Photographer

MOCAK and RMF Classic invite you to attend a series of discussions devoted to Roman Ingarden – which accompanies the exhibition Philosopher and Photographer

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The Museum’s opening hours

From Septmeber, on Fridays, the Museum will open until 8 pm.