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Event Calendar

28.06.2019 – 4.07.2019 Workshops I for students from 4 universities at Tatras

International, creative, interdisciplinary workshops for students from 4 universities in Poland in Podhale with leading of two artists from Germany – WORKSHOPS I – students from Serbia, Germany, USA and Poland together with academics from their schools take part in creative searches in polish mountains. Leaders of workshops are the artists from Germany. 5 studentów z Serbii, 5 z Niemiec, 5 z USA, 5 from Poland.

23-29.09.2019 – WORKSHOPS II - The Elements in Belgrade

The Elements  I –  Belgrade – International Printmaking Workshops for academic staff from Krakow Academy of Fine Arts at Belgrade University – WORKSHOPS II – Workshops III - The Elements in Krakow

The Elements II – Krakow – Printmaking Workshops for 7 academic teachers from Facultet Likovnih Umetnosti, University of Belgrade at The Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow – Graphic Art Department in Krakow – WORKSHOPS III


The task involves 21 students (10 from Krakow, 11 from Trier, 4 from Belgrade)) for 5 days. Under the supervision of educators and inspired by lectures, a group of students from Krakow, Trier and Belgrade will create artistic forms related to the idea of ​​support for animals and plants living in cities. By adopting an open and poetic point of view, they will reflect on the needs of the forms of life with which we co-exist. Lecturers: Istvan Eross – Hungary (22.07), Elissa Ericsson – Finland (21.07) oraz bee keepers: Agnieszka i Łukasz Przybył – Katowice (21.07).

Hosted by academic teachers: Bogdan Achimescu and Elżbieta Wysakowska-Walters.

21.10. - 30.10.2020 – EXHIBITION - The Vistula is burning, National Museum Gallery at Cracovia hotel

The Vistula is burningexhibition of artists and students from Poland and partners countries Trier and Belgrade, curators: dr Katarzyna Skrobiszewska, dr Magdalena Lazar

ARTISTS: Emilija Radojičić i Mario Kolarić, Davor Gromilović, Lea Gudrich, Luka Cvetković, Johannes Vogl, Tijana Petrović, Zuzanna Banasińska, Magdalena Lazar, Michalina Bigaj, Katarzyna Skrobiszewska 

The Vistula is burning

Although the ecological catastrophe is a current nightmare, slowly we begin to foresee brighter visions of the times to come after the chaos.  The ecological crisis became present in our consciousness and  being experienced in everyday living, it influenced an unbelievable reaction of imagination. It occurred  such a style of narration which penetrates language to find cultural patterns and metaphors for describing the weird, non-discursive but real. Burning water as the collision of two elements is the kind of new birth.   

17.09.2020 Belgrad, 08.09.2020 Kraków - EXHIBITION - The Elements, MCSG, Rynek Główny 29

2 Exhibitions of printmakers from art universities ASP and FLU  The Elements – University of Belgrade Belgrad, Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. Exhibition is an result of Autumn 2019 workshops in Belgrade and Karkow for academics. Works made for Project: Nature is my Homeland, financed by NAWA, in Belgrade and Krakow for academics. Curator: Marta Bożyk

17th of September 2020 The ElementsFLU Gallery – Fakultet Likovnih Umetnosti University of Belgrade, Knez Mihailova 53, Serbia

8th of September 2020 The Elements – The International Centre for Graphic Art – Rynek Glowny 29, 2 floor, Krakow, Poland

POLISH ARTISTS:  Marcin Surzycki, Piotr Panasiewicz, Kacper Bożek, Tomasz Winiarski, Marta Bożyk, Bartłomiej Chwilczyński, Marlena Biczak, Paweł Krzywdziak

SERBIAN ARTISTS: Simonida Rajčević, Adam Pantić, Svetlana Volic, Milivoj Pavlović, Radoš Antonijević, Katarina Zarić, Marija Andjelkovic

21.10.2020 – Film with interview with passionate naturalists made for The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow

The project includes film – Interviews with naturalists and artists, recognized specialists. It will be presented to the public and part of the interviews will be made available on the project website. Interview with:

Marcin Kostrzyński,

Urszula Zajączkowska,

Diana Lelonek,

Stanisław Łubieński,

Agnieszka i Łukasz Przybył (pszczelarium)

For the film, which will be presented in the cinema version and at film festivals.

We are thankful to Krzysztof Maniak the author of performances, as well we are thankful to authors for sharing private photos of works and fragments of Diana Lelonek’s films and Urszula Zajączkowska’s photographs and animations, and recordings by Marcin Kostrzyński’s hidden camera were made especially for our project. We would like to thank the naturalists and artists for lending us their works as well as the Krakow Film Klaster team for a beautifully recorded, directed and edited film. Thank you to Hobbit for the English translation of the interviews in the film!

od 21.10.2020 – catalog after exhibition Śmierć/Śmieć - of Group 13. The catalogue documents an exhibition dealing with the issues of ecology and recycling and the 20-year history of a group of female artists.

The exhibition Garbage/Death of Group 13 took place at ul. Dolnych Mlynow in the Tytano Group Buildings in Cracow. Group 13 is made up of women artists: photographers, graphic artists, costume designers. The group has existed for 20 years and presents its works in Poland and abroad. Their latest exhibition accompanies the Nature is my Homeland project and complements the issue of respect for nature with ecological themes. As part of the project, a post exhibition catalogue will be published, showing the group’s achievements and its latest exhibition.

01.02.2019 – 30.11.2020 – Publication

Publication of an international bilingual publication summarizing the project.


Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Jana Matejki w Krakowie

pl. Matejki 13, 31-157 Kraków

tel. +48 12 422-24-50

NIP: 675-00-07-570


Bogdan Achimescu

Marta Bożyk

Agnieszka Jankowska Marzec

Katarzyna Skrobiszewska

Joanna Kaiser


koordynator projektu:
Marta Bożyk

koordynator finansowy:
Agnieszka Pletty

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