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Polish folk on the streets

“Folk on the street” was an action organized by a Regional Centre for Culture Animation in Białystok, Poland – a city located in the Podlasie region, one of the purest and  ecologically diverse regions in Poland. The main aim was the … Continue reading

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Different use for lace at a monastery

When you think of the most wide-spread use of lace at a monastery, you’d probably think of mats, napkins, decorative table cloths, curtains etc. All the predictable items. Not in this case, however. The Polish artist NeSpoon was invited by … Continue reading

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street art for children

The Polish artist, NeSpoon who created this tiny and cute pieces had a very short and clear explanation for her work – “let children learn about street art through these colourful pieces.” She also writes: “I was looking for something … Continue reading

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Take your art on holiday

.. wherever you go, near or far, city or exotic island, you can always take your art with you. And I’m not necessarily talking about taking an album on Dali’s works to read – while this is surely helpful if … Continue reading

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Sterntalen

“Sterntaler” (germ.) – “The Star Money” (also called “Star Talers”) is a fairy tale by the Grimm Brothers. The story in short: An orphan girl was so poor as to have no home; she had only her clothing and some bread. … Continue reading

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