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The Museum for You as part of the Open Eyes Festival

On 19 and 20 November, we invite you to the ICE Kraków Congress Centre. One of the attractions of the Open Eyes Festival will be the Visiting Collection – a mobile exhibition of contemporary art arranged in the MOCAK bus! All visitors will be given a guided tour.

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Guided Tour of the exhibition World War II – Drama, Symbol, Trauma combined with a walk tracking the remnants of the Ghetto

In relation to the opening of new temporary exhibitions at the Museum we would like to invite you to take this opportunity to sample our offer of guided tours.

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Stop Press: New Publications

Find out about the most recent MOCAK publications on offer: Beata Stankiewicz Ten Jews Who Made Poland Famous and Michel Kichka Falafel with Hot, Spicy Sauce.

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Thursdays with the Collection: Mirosław Bałka

In November and December, in the latest edition of our project Thursdays with the Collection we present Mirosław Bałka’s work Audi HBE F144, purchased for the Museum’s Collection in September.

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Bunkier MOCAK Bookstore in Krakow city centre

Bunkier Bookstore MOCAK is an art bookstore located in the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art. It will launch at 11 am on 1 September. Do come!

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The Museum for You: MOCAK Bus

Since not everybody is in a position to visit the Museum, we have decide to organise a Visiting Collection. We have turned a bus into an exhibition room!

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Window of Memory. An object commemorating Kristallnacht

On the initiative of MOCAK, Lurje Schaina and Josephina Memorial Foundation Inc and the Center for Persecuted Arts in Solingen, the object Window of Memory was created to commemorate Kristallnacht of 9 November 1938.

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The Syrian poet Kholoud Charaf working closely with MOCAK Library

It gives us pleasure to announce that MOCAK Library is working closely with Kholoud Charaf, a Syrian poet, art critic and journalist, who is in Krakow as a recipient of a grant from the International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) grant – an organisation which offers shelter to writers and artists who due to persecution are unable to live and work creatively in their own country.

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Active Reading: Crumb

On Saturday 16 November at 12 noon, children up to 8 together with their accompanying adults are welcome to attend an active reading of the book Paproch [Crumb] written by Eliza Piotrowska and illustrated by Maria Ekier.

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The Museum’s opening hours on 11 November

Please note that on 11 November MOCAK will be closed to visitors due to Polish national holidays.

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