On Friday, June 2 at 11.00 in the Lion Castle at ul. Długa 35 in Gdańsk, the meeting “Literature as a battlefield. Who do we support? / Cultural de-occupation of Mariupol” will take place.
After fears rapid development would prevent site’s commemoration, government announces plan will go ahead.
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
The new issue of Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies is out. In the “Creative Work” section you can find selected poetry of Grzegorz Kwiatkowski translated by professor Peter Constantine.
Gazeta Wyborcza reviews Trupa Trupa “ttt” cassette
Trupa Trupa is something more than a band, it’s actually an artistic venture, it’s an exercise in aesthetics. The latest album is as good for an independent club as it is for a contemporary art gallery.
PIASA / The Sound of Modern Polish Poetry
The Polish Institute Of Arts And Sciences Of America invites to a conversation about Aleksandra Kremer’s book “The Sound of Modern Polish Poetry. Performance and Recording after World War II”. The discussion will be attended by: Anna Frajlich, Aleksandra Kremer, Irena Grudzińska Gross and Grzegorz Kwiatkowski.
B FLAT A / Fryderyk
Trupa Trupa’s album B FLAT A was nominated for the most important Polish music award Fryderyk.
Joies / Tschann
French book “Joies” in the “Tschann”, one of the oldest and best bookstores in Paris.
Sea You Music Showcase
On April 15, Grzegorz Kwiatkowski will take part in a panel devoted to creative thinking. The event will take place as part of the Sea You Music Showcase at the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre.
Trupa Trupa made SXSW official history.