The BWA Art Gallery in Wałbrzych is slowly settling into the Old Mine Center for Science and the Arts. Here I moved in January from Książ Castle.

The BWA Art Gallery in Wałbrzych is slowly settling into the Old Mine Center for Science and the Arts.
Here I moved in January from Książ Castle. On January 28, the first course was held in the old mine.

– This step means evolution for us – confirms Piotr Misk, Director of BWA Art Gallery in Wałbrzych.
They now have a really large exhibition space, because 320 square meters is the art gallery itself, as well as 520 square meters of exhibition space and 120 square meters of studios listed in the unique BWA Ceramics Centre. Their team also grew from 7 to 16 people.

The BWA Art Gallery in Wałbrzych also has an area of ​​120 m² in Town centrein the Mujahideen. Slowacki. They plan to hold shorter, more frequent exhibitions there, and large projects are also planned in Old Mine. Two such exhibitions are scheduled for next year, with the participation of the entire exhibition space. There will be 14 smaller ones.

– There was a step, but our cooperation does not end, it begins on slightly different terms. We have plans to cooperate for several years. I’m glad about that – says Anna abska, head of Książ Castle.

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