Eyes Are The Brain's Radar. Ignacy Witz (1919-1971)
The exhibition of Ignacy Witz is a review of the full spectrum of the artist's drawings from the post-war years to the end of the sixties. Visitors will be able to see some satirical drawings which were never previously published as well as some projects of published and unpublished illustrations for children's books and for adults.
The book under the same title accompanying the exhibition is the first publication in the series of monographs by Sylwetka. The next volumes present the achievements of caricaturists whose artistic activity went beyond the field of caricature. Synthetic biographies and critical analyses of their creativity are accompanied by a wide selection of visual materials, largely published for the first time. The aim of the series is to remind the public the work of leading Polish satirical cartoonists, while paying attention to their multidisciplinary nature.
Exhibition curator: Karolina Prymlewicz
Poster and other printed materials design: Paweł Osial
Edycje krytyczne dzieł literackich. Tradycja a wymogi współczesności
Konferencja odbędzie się na Wydziale Humanistycznym Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu w dniach 14-15 maja 2020 roku.
Dramaty Cypriana Norwida. Teksty - konteksty - interteksty / konferencja
Pracownia Historii Dramatu 1864-1939 przy Instytucie Literatury Polskiej Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego zaprasza na konferencję "Dramaty Cypriana Norwida. Teksty - konteksty - interteksty". Wydarzenie odbędzie się w dniach 9-10 października 2017 w Sali Brudzińskiego w Pałacu Kazimierzowskim (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Krakowskie Przemieście 26/28).
Call for papers for the third issue of “Dzieciństwo. Literatura i Kultura” (“Childhood: Literature and Culture”)
The Editorial Team of “Dzieciństwo. Literatura i Kultura” (“Childhood: Literature and Culture”) invites you to submit articles in Polish and English for the journal’s third issue. The theme of the 1/2020 issue is Horror(s) of childhood and adolescence.
The 2019 International Open Access Week: Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge
As the transition to a system for sharing knowledge that is open by default accelerates, the question “open for whom?” is essential—both to consider and to act upon. Whose interests are being prioritized in the actions we take and in the platforms that we support? Whose voices are excluded? Are underrepresented groups included as full partners from the beginning? Are we supporting not only open access but also equitable participation in research communication? These questions will determine the extent to which emerging open systems for research will address inequities in the current system or replicate and reinforce them. (http://www.openaccessweek.org/)