WYSTAWY

SALON POETYCKI

SPOTKANIA Z AKTORAMI

BEZ ZASIĘGU

WARSZTATY

The historical event of the proclamation of the Mosina Republic of Poland on the May 3 1848 during the Spring of Nations, is one of the most important elements of the historical and cultural outputs of the Mosina Commune. Last year, in order to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the declaration of independence in Mosina, a reconstruction took place in the marketplace with the participation of the reconstruction group and the residents themselves. We want to continue the tradition of proclamation and this year we also planned a similar event during which our city market will change for a few hours into the 19th-century town of Mosina.

On 15th June 2019 a nineteenth-century "market" will be created at the October 20th Square in Mosina, with a mobilization point, wooden stalls, an insurgent tavern and historic craft workshops. The climax of the event will be the reconstruction of the proclamation of May 3 1848, in which residents will also be able to take part.

 
The programme:

13.00 - 17.00. Reconstruction of the 19th-century life in the city of Mosina during the Spring of Nations - a live history lesson with the participation of reconstructors, organizations, associations and residents.

Insurgent camp
• recruitment point for volunteers for insurgent units - military exercises
• a health center for wounded insurgents
• workshops on the creation of the National Bow
• workshops for children - insurgent rhythms on the drumroll
• an insurgent tavern with refreshments

Mosina during the Spring of Nations
• in a nineteenth-century school - calligraphy workshops with a goose pen
• in the privacy of a bourgeois house - an evening of patriotic songs singing together
• children's room - games of the nineteenth-century small Mosinians
• in a bourgeois kitchen
• ceramics, embroidery and painting on porcelain craft workshops
• trade fair

Peasant's farm
• daily activities of residents of villages in the villages of the town
• demonstration of hammering of insurgent scythes
• workshops on wickerwork
• a peasant inn with refreshments
• a rural playground for children

Other attractions: a competition for the best historical costume and other competitions for adults and children, fitness tournaments from the epoch, distribution of the historical Gazeta Mosińska newspaper, occasional "1 Mosin" coin for everyone, photography in a historical costume, a game in a historical board game.

17.00 - 18.00. Reconstitution of the Mosina Republic of Poland 1848 with the participation of recruited volunteers and residents in the role of nineteenth-century townspeople.

 

PLAN OF THE MARKET

 

HONORARY PATRONAGE OF MAREK WOŹNIAK - MARSHAL OF WIELKOPOLSKA VOIVODESHIPS

 EVENT'S RULES

 

 

 

JOANNA MARCINKOWSKA (born 1982 in Poznań).

She studied artistic education and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. In 2007 she received a diploma with distinction in the field of art education with a drawing annex in the studio of Professor Jacek Strzelecki. In 2008 she received diploma with honors in the field of painting in the studio of Professor Marek Przybył. In 2012 she received a doctoral degree in the field of visual arts. She works as a assistant professor at the Painting Studio of Professor Marek Przybył in Poznań.

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"In a universe where eternal inflation takes place, anything that can happen will actually happen - and in fact it will happen an infinite number of times."

Alan Guth

Multiverse is a concept that can be understood as a scientific, philosophical and social phenomenon. In my painting, it is primarily an expression of fascination with people and their individuality. The multiverse is a multitude of individual human realities and perspectives. It is a mosaic of real and imaginary worlds, a variety of types of perception, a variety of paths and ways to reach a goal, and finally a multiplicity of truths.

The pictorial multiverse is a relative vision of the impossibility manifested in iconographically expanded scenes and unlikely meetings placed in unreal spaces. Through visual equivalence of many elements of the performance, all forms and situations in the picture seem to be just as possible. It is a visual creation of utopian reality, where nothing is excluded, and everything is potential and relative.

Joanna Marcinkowska

 

Photos: Agnieszka Bereta

VLADIMIR STOCKMAN (born 19.08.1960 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

Poet and translator. He writes poems in Polish and Russian, and translates poems and prose from Polish to Russian and from Russian to Polish. He is the author of a volume of poems entitled "The Upper Sea" (2007). He took part in international festivals, including Festival of Russian Literature in Vienna (2006), 46th International Festival Struga Poetry Evenings in Macedonia (2007), Autumn Poetry in Warsaw (2010), International Poetic November in Poznań (2012, 2013) and others.

 

Hosted by Kalina Izabela Zioła

Photos: Agnieszka Bereta

PORTAFORTUNA

This time we will see a performance of a young quartet PORTAFORTUNA, which consists of students of the The Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań:

  • Beata Prus – I violin
  • Julia Nikoliszak – II violin
  • Marianna Kalicka – viola
  • Karolina Pająk – cello


The band formed a year ago. Since some time they have included a "lighter genre" in their repertoire and that's what we will hear during the second Sunday's meeting. We will hear, among the other, one of the most famous tangos "Por una cabeza" by Carlos Gardel.

Part I of the concert will be completed by the VIII String Quartet in C minor, Op. 110 Dmitri Shostakovich.

Foreword: Anna Kochnowicz-Kann

 

Photos: Agnieszka Bereta

PAWEŁ BINKOWSKI

A highly regarded actor of the New Theater in Poznań associated with this scene for 32 years. As he jokes, he got there thanks to ... guitar and drums. Music accompanies him "since always" - he is an actor who sings and plays instruments. He finds himself in every stage genre: from farce to tragedy. Today, you can see him, among others, in "Pan Tadeusz" directed by Mikołaj Grabowski as Wojski.

Paweł Binkowski is also THE VOICE. He once greeted us at the railway station and has been appearing in radio commercials for three decades. He is also a teacher. He can read the most complicated linguistic text with the speed of a machine gun in an impeccable way. For several years he was also the face of the nationwide television program "Telekurier".

Except of that he runs, rides a bike, observes nature, cooks, reads maps, he is fascinated by aviation and the history of Poznań. Man with many passions, a one-man band.

Hosted by Anna Kochnowicz-Kann

Photos: Agnieszka Bereta

 

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