Siberia is already here. The connection between Krakow and Siberian North is tangible and long-lasting, beautiful and surprising. In the exhibition, you can see the objects which people condemned to exile in Siberia for participating in the January Uprising brought back with them. There were also those who went there voluntarily to experience an adventure and get rich. And this all happened at the time when the grandparents of today's grandparents were children!
He was a shepherd and he was hired to do various jobs. His employers would also provide some kind of accommodation for him. He had a rare talent which the locals did not find out about even though they liked Karol. He experienced the world in his own way. He also wanted to change it, improve it, and protect it. Fifty years after the death of Karol Wójciak, we keep on wondering about the secret of his life and his carvings.19.07.2019 – 18.08.2019
“See you later!”, I say to Andrzej at the end of our meeting.
Andrzej stops. He hesitates for a moment and replies, “We, the blind, rather say ‘feel you later’”. He bursts out laughing and then says from the corridor, “See you!”.
The leitmotif of Joanna Helander’s oeuvre is the world as seen from the perspective of women, of neighbours: those from next door, as well as those who know nothing of each other, even though they coexist on neighbouring frames of a contact sheet.01.12.2018 – 31.03.2019
Terribly Close: Polish Vernacular Artists Face the Holocaust introduces forgotten works by some of Poland’s best known "folk" artists from the postwar People’s Republic of Poland, discovered in Polish and German ethnographic museums and private collections.
Informujemy, że ze względu na żałobę narodową w sobotę 19 stycznia, w dzień pogrzebu Prezydenta Gdańska Pawła Adamowicza, warsztaty Etnokalendarz nie odbędą się.
W niedzielę 20 stycznia warsztaty Etnokalendarz potrwają o godzinę dłużej – od 11.00 do 15.30.
Z poważaniem,Zespół Muzeum Etnograficznego w Krakowie