Trip to Wroclaw and Dresden – Part 1

On the first weekend of November we took SEFA’s members to Wroclaw and Dresden. The trip was full of encounters with art touching on difficult and important topics such as immigration, transsexuality and addiction to the digital world. We looked at art, creating a community for a good cause which, in these difficult times, is the promotion of culture. On the first day, we visited Wrocław institutions, which showed us how strong the voice of NGOs is in Poland and how important, in promoting culture, are all grassroots initiatives, including a visit to 66P and a talk with Marek Puchała – co-creator of this extraordinary place; We had a meeting with Tobiasz Papuczys at the Grotowski Institute, we were shown around the Slavs and Tatars exhibition at Op Enheim and shown around the headquarters by director Kama Wróbel; we also visited the Krupa Gallery, which is being built in a historic building in Wrocław’s Market Square.

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