On Wednesday 27 February at 11 am, you are invited to the guided tour of the exhibition Walking Wounded, with simultaneous translation into Polish Sign Language.
On Saturday 23 February at noon, we invite children up to 7 and their carers to come for the active reading of the book Silly Drawing! by Johanna Thydell.
The exhibition, curated by Maria Anna Potocka, will present works produced by Witkacy’s famous Portrait Company and series of the artist’s posed self-portraits.
In February and March, as part of another edition of the Tuesdays with the Collection project, we will be presenting Shahar Marcus’ work Homecoming Artist (Dresden).
MOCAK and the Krakow Festival office would like to invite you to a theatrical performance directed by Krzysztof Garbaczewski, A Madrigal Opera, which will be given within MOCAK’s exhibition space as part of the Opera Rara Festival on 6, 8 and 10 February.
In November, December 2018 and January 2019, as part of the two-year-long project Tuesdays with the Collection, we present Lars Laumann’s work Shut up Child, This Ain’t Bingo.
On Sunday, 27th January, 6 pm, on the 74th anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz, we will hold a panel discussion on MOCAK’s latest publication, The Shoah: A Polyphony of Voices.
On Saturday, 26 January, we would like to invite you to our audiovisual room, where between 11 am and 7 pm we will be screening Rudij Bergmann’s film The Art of Boris Lurie.
On Wednesday, 16 January, 6.00 pm, Maria Anna Potocka will give a lecture entitled Stanisław Wyspiański – the ‘creator’ of the 20th century.
On Saturday, 12th January, MOCAK and Rebis Publishing would like to invite children aged 8–12 to a workshop inspired by David Hockney and Martin Gayford’s book A History of Pictures for Children.