Nearly 400 embroideries and laces are shown at the exhibition. A whole lot, and yet it is only a small part of the achievements of the members of LUD-Art Association which is celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of its establishment this year. The countless intricate stitches and thread combinations shown here make one’s head spin. The infinite world of colours, patterns, forms and formats proves not only the craftsmanship of the authors, but also their unbridled imagination. Good heavens!
Our powerbank is a space for building and charging energy. Once this was the branch of a large bank, today it’s a place of new kind of power.
Instead of credit, saving, and accounts, we offer objects to stir the imagination. Every one of them is the point of departure for stories about women who are tangled up in the history of the Ethnographic Museum in Krakow in different ways.
Where a bank machine once stood, herbs bloom. Several dozen women’s faces stare down from the walls of the treasury. Women’s voices ring out in the old staff room.
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!01.07.2020 – 31.12.2023
The Quarantine Collection is a virtual exhibition which consists of stories about things we experience during the pandemic: moments of uncertainty and horror, joy and emotion, fatigue, anger, powerlessness and loneliness.
You can keep an eye on how the collection is being created. You can also make it together with us. Will you join us?
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.
Zespół Muzeum Etnograficznego w Krakowie