Presented in collaboration with the Polish Cultural Institute New York, the discussions comprising New Renaissance in Feminist Art will examine the body as a tool for political oppression and a point of resistance.
Polish Cultural Institute New York
Anthology Film Archives Presents: Avant-Garde Films by Polish Women Artists of the 1970s
Stream the program January 13–26 for a rental fee of $8, with discounts available.
Join Karol Radziszewski, Carlos Motta, and Laura Raicovich for a Conversation on Queering and Decolonizing History
Presented by Polish Cultural Institute New York in collaboration with Residency Unlimited, Searching for Missing Narratives will take place on December 15 at 6pm (EST).
Museum of the Moving Image Presents Five Highlights From Polish Film Festival Millennium Docs Against Gravity
Co-presented by MoMI and Polish Cultural Institute New York, the documentary series runs exclusively online, streaming nationwide from December 9 to 16.
Polish Animator Mariusz Wilczyński’s Kill It and Leave This Town Premieres in the US
The award-winning film is available for streaming from November 25 through December 8, courtesy of Anthology Film Archives, the Polish Cultural Institute New York, and Outsider Pictures.
Polish Cultural Institute Presents POLKI Hidden Power
Meet the female talents of contemporary Polish illustration and design, who take on social issues, humor, and observations of everyday life. Now on view through December 15.
Polish Cultural Institute Presents Circula, a Solution for ECO Solidarity
Through a combination of sculpture and public furniture, Circula is designed to reduce social isolation and strengthen societal bonds.
East and West Coast Perspectives on Jan Sawka Now on View in New York and California Exhibitions
The Dorsky Museum in New Paltz is hosting the New York exhibition and symposium. The California exhibition is located at RAFFMA in San Bernardino.