Nine Hills Festival in Chełmno, concerts as part of the ongoing Artus Festival and Nova Muzyka i Architektura, visit to the village of Piast at the Archaeological Museum in Biskupin, exhibitions in Wozownia in Toruń, Kujawsko-Pomorskie Cultural Center in Bydgoszcz, Gallery and Children’s Art Center in Toruń, for music lovers – Holidays with Chopin in Szafarnia – These are our suggestions for a weekend get-together with culture.

Chełmno will turn into a city of ubiquitous art for three days. Thanks a lot for the start of tomorrow (August 6) Perspektywy – Nine Hills Festival. It is a multi-dimensional art project that began six years ago, and is part of the city’s architectural space. During this year’s edition, art installations, exhibitions and theatrical performances await residents and visitors of Cujawe and Pomerania. There will be concerts, movie shows and entertainment for children. The program on the site The main partner of the event is the local government of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.

We would like to remind you of the festivals that take place in our region. Today, on August 6, 2021, Anna Maria Jobbik’s concert as part of the Artus Festival was held in the amphitheater of the Ethnographic Museum in Torun. On this day at CKK Jordanki, Magda Navarette and Caravana Banda will perform traditional Romanian, Korean and Albanian songs. Face2Face invites you to “Oscars Night” on Saturday (August 7th). Includes software powered by Vivaldi, Piazzolla, Bach, AC/DC and Sting. Fans of the works of Niemen, Zaucha, Nalepa and Czerwony Gitar will be able to hear the songs of their idols in the order of Piotr Wrombel on Sunday (August 8). Events are held as part of the festival Nova for music and architecture.

Frédéric Chopin’s vocals, composer and waltz dancer will be heard during the next concert in his festive series. Chopin Center in Szafarnia. On Sunday (August 8), Alexandra Uigot will sit at the piano. Tickets for PLN 10 can be booked by calling 56682 79 30. More on the resort’s website.

This weekend (August 7 and 8), history lovers will learn about the daily life of rural residents in the period of formation of the Polish state. Archaeological Museum in Biskopin He invites you to take a tour of the village of Piast with an archaeologist, during which (after pre-registration) you will be able to try your hand at the pottery workshops. More information and registration for the workshops can be found on the museum’s website.

Today (August 6th) in Toruń Wosonia Art Gallery Opening of three exhibitions. The Artistic Grant holder of Marshal Magorzata Chase will present her work “I’ve always wanted to have an exhibition here.” Magda Typiak Selfie Series called “Share”. These are the writer’s souvenirs from being in the places that are important to her. The third exhibition is the work of Alina Amitana “nobody home.” All of them will be available to visitors until September 5th.

Today (5 August) Kuyavian-Pomeranian Cultural Center in Bydgoszcz. One is finished with painting, the other – maintenance. Artists united by their passion for rocks, mountains, and art. By drawing in the same places or adjacent places, given different professional profile, they show different ways of interpreting space and object, they pick up different threads and use different scale. The exhibition will run until August 27. More on the center’s website.

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For Nature – the title of the new exhibition Children’s Art Gallery and Center in Toruń. Environmental works will be on display until September 7 at the center’s branch at 41/47 Kociuszki Street. more information.

Chopin Center in SzafarniaAnd The Kuyavian-Pomeranian Cultural Center in Bydgoszcz, Archaeological Museum in Biskopin, Wozownia Art Gallery, Gallery and Children’s Art Center in Toruń are cultural institutions of the local government of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.

Beata Krzymineska Marshal’s office spokesman

Photo: Last year’s Nine Hills Festival in Chełmno, Photo: Mikołaj Kuras from UMWKP