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2015

New Scenography Festival 2015

Scenography is a dynamic and lively discipline, unraveling in time in the interaction with the actor, viewer, place and light. Treating it as something complete, an object, is - at best - a half-truth about the subject.
The ‘Newness’ is not a time category – rather, it denotes learning about scenography anew, browsing a great atlas of scenography together to discover the variety of the world of relationships described in it.
Industrial Space Mythologies is the theme of this year’s edition. Together with the invited guests – artists and researchers – we will explore the myths of industry, technology and inventiveness, with the influence they exert on the pan-European imagination. 

 
The 3-rd edition of New Scenography Festival 23–27.09.2015
Industrial Space Mythologies
 
Coproduction: Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, SILESIA FILM Institute, Teatr Śląski im. S. Wyspiańskiego
 

11–27.09
‘Dimensions of Scenography’ exhibition/ Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission as part of NSF
Exhibition of works by the graduates of facilities of higher education in art which provide studies for scenographers. Dimensions of scenography is a presentation of facilities of higher education in art preparing their students for work in TV, theatre and film as scenographers, that is, persons responsible for the visual aspect of a perfomance or film.
11–27.09
Exhibition of works by the students of E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław/ Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission as part of NSF
The exhibition will present charts with the realisations of mid- and end-term assignments in the studio of theatre, film, puppet theatre and happening scenography design. The exhibition also comprises spatial elements. Theatre mock-ups and unique ‘costumes-objects’ will be presented, as well. Additionally, shown on screens during the entire festival, there will be realisations – short productions -– created as part of the students’ classes in the film scenography studio.

Schedule:
23.09 (Wednesday)

•  At 19.00 the New Scenography Festival opening: performance The Fifth Side of the World / Teatr Śląski, ul. Rynek 10 / paid admission – ticket reservation: Teatr Śląski
Silesia, or, rather, its small corner of Szopienice, located upon the Brynica river, which used to constitute a border of Silesia - this is where Kazimierz Kutz set the plot of his debut novel. The eminent film and theatre director created a rich and vivid image of the life of its inhabitants, abundant in daily and historic events, recording local anecotes and portraits of ordinary people, of whom everybody has his or her own unique story worthy of remembering. Thus a fascinating story brimming with events was created, telling about the place close to the main hero’s heart: his Fifth Side of the World.
adaptation and direction: Robert Talarczyk; scenography, costumes and drawings: Ewa Satalecka; composition and light realisation: Maria Machowska; music: Przemysław Sokół; stage movement: Katarzyna Kostrzewa
•  At 20.00: Lech Majewski’s TOP FIVE: Real pearls of scenography in the world cinema – 5 film surprises selected by Lech Majewski, accompanied by his comments / Rialto Cinema Theatre, ul. Św. Jana 24 / tickets: donations at the viewers’ discretion after the show
For five evenings we will be able to watch carefully pearls of world scenography in the world cinema presented from Lech Majewski’s perspective - films, sometimes classic, sometimes eccentric, not only owing to their plot, but primarily to their scenography. Before each screening, Lech Majewski, who selected the TOP FIVE in scenography will tell about the reasons for which he has chosen the particular film. However, the titles of the five films will remain secret till the very end...
Admission to the auditorium based on free reservation made in advance, while the payment for the screening will take place post-factum – the viewers will pay as much as they want to. 
24.09 (Thursday)
•  At  12.00 Meliesada, that is, scientific-performative meeting/ Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 (auditorium) / free admission
What has Georges Méliès – a successor of the illusion theatre, a magician of the cinema of the early 20th century –  to do with the New Scenography Festival anno domini 2015? The visionary and prophet of the silver screen, the author of over 500 films and the initiator of a few dozen cinematic forms – above all, the famous feeries – contributed to the proclamation of the cinema as an illusion performance. The decorations, stage presentations, props and film tricks which he designed, drew, created and used in his realisations - crazy for his times – form the direct basis for the skills and props used by modern scenographers of contemporary performative arts, above all, the cinema.
As part of the 3-rd edition of NSF this unique legacy will be recalled in the form which could be near to the heart of the author of A Trip to the Moon. In principle, Méliès treated the cinema screen as an image, while the authors of the NSF attempt to subject the scientific discourse devoted to him to a specific kind of ‘imaging.’
Presentations:
professor Andrzej Gwóźdź, PhD, University of Silesia in Katowice: The Birth of Trick Cinema.
Agnieszka Nieradzka, PhD, University of Silesia in Katowice: The World of Technology. Méliès as the Pioneer of Science Fiction Cinema.
Stéphane Tralongo, PhD, University of Lausanne: Between Architecture, Music Hall and Cinema.

Events as part of Meliesade:
Release of the book:
Filmowe cuda i sztuczki magiczne. Szkice z archeologii kina. (Miracles and Magic Tricks of the Cinema. Sketches in Cinema Archeology) by Justyna Hanna Budzik (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego)

Film screenings:
A Trip to the Moon, dir. G. Méliès, 1902, duration: 14 min.
Babadook, dir. J. Kent, 2014, duration: 92 min.

• At 16.00 Opening of the Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) – screening of a film about Mariusz Stachowiak and meeting with its authors/ Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Krystyna Waloszczyk and Maciej Włodarczyk are presently making a film about the patron of the Forum, Mariusz Stachowiak – a highly charismatic theatre photographer and documentary photojournalist. They prepared extensive fragments of archival material, which will be presented with their comments.
Mariusz Stachowiak’s photographs become here not only a pretext to discuss theatre, but also to familiarize with the profile of the eminent yet provocative artist, seen from the perspective of the guest speakers.
• At 17.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. Meetings with the authors of festival realisations / plein-air in the area of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Plein-air meeting with the authors of festival realisations created as part of the series Industrial Space Mythologies. Among the guests of the panel hosted by Adam Kowalski, there will be: Małgorzata Bulanda, Sylwia Hefczyńska-Lewandowska, Rafał Urbacki, Piotr Tetlak, Bohdan Cieślak, Tomasz Ryszczyński, Wojciech Kucharczyk, Francesco Fassone, Krzysztof Kiczek, Krzysztof Kurek, Ksenia Cherkun, as well as the guests from KALD DAMU.
• At 18.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Stage lighting workshops run by Paweł Murlik / Teatr Rozbark in Bytom, ul. W. Kilara 29 / participation free / the participants will be selected by the host based on application – information on recruitment to be issued soon.  
Paweł Murlik – a light designer, producer, the technical manager of Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu (Bytom Theatre of Dance and Movement) ROZBARK – will reveal the arcana of stage lighting. It will be an opportunity to familiarise with the specificity of stage lighting, its possibilities and limitations. Traditional equipment and its use, as well as cutting edge devices which are only just entering the world of theatre. Each participant will be able to have a close look at the manners of lighting and try his or her hand at arranging the lighting plan. The workshops are aimed at photographers, scenographers, as well as visual artists. 

• At 18.00 Morfina (Morphine) / NOTE: performance for adult viewer / Galeria Szyb Wilson, ul. Oswobodzenia 1 / paid admission – ticket reservations: Teatr Śląski
Konstanty Willemann is a Warsaw dweller with Silesian background, for whom things other than God, honour and fatherland are key...  - a cynic, an unfaithful husband and a brutal lover, a bon vivant addicted to morphine, he tries to find his identity in a decadent world which is falling apart. Has he any obligations towards Poland? What meaning does Silesia have for him? Does any real world exist for him apart from his drug induced delirium? Are there still any values for which one can give his life?
The performance was created as part of the series „Śląsk święty / Śląsk przeklęty (Holy Silesia/Cursed Silesia)” initiated in the 2013/2014 season. Having obtained Szczepan Twardoch’s consent to a preview show in Katowice, the manager Robert Talarczyk talked with a few directors, eventually deciding to entrust the realisation of the play to Ewelina Marciniak, a young woman director who debuted just four years before.
direction: Ewelina Marciniak; adaptation and dramaturgy: Jarosław Murawski; scenography and light direction: Katarzyna Borkowska; costumes: Katarzyna Borkowska, Paula Grocholska; choreography: Dominika Knapik; music: Chłopcy Kontra Basia (Barbara Derlak, Marcin Nenko, Tomasz Waldowski / Michał Heller)
• At 19.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. Bohdan Cieślak: Industrial Dream / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
The title of the exhibition, installation and the project (not) to be realised, may be understood as somewhat ambiguous. Industrialism as a term may comprise contradictory values – on the one hand, it means a production needed by man, on the other, it denotes all costs of such production. As an architect and a scenographer of post-industrial (that is, no longer functioning, dead) spaces, Bohdan Cieślak quite frequently inscribed his concrete and realistic solutions into places which exuded the mystery generated by abandonment and (usually) slow degradation. Remembering this, however, the artist wished to divert from the real and concrete aspect of his work in order to turn to solutions which would be irrational, ‘impossible’ or described as ‘designs to end up in a drawer.’
• At 20.00 Lech Majewski’s TOP FIVE: Real pearls of scenography in the world cinema – 5 film surprises selected by Lech Majewski, accompanied by his comments / Kinoteatr Rialto, ul. Św. Jana 24 / tickets: donations at the viewers’ discretion after the show
25.09 (Friday)
• At 12.00 Meliesada, that is, scientific-performative meeting / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 (auditorium) / free admission
Presentations:
professor Joachim Paech,PhD, University of Konstanz: On a Lady’s Disappearing: From the Scene to the Screen. How the stage trick became an element of the cinema and survived in the films by Georges Méliès, Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen and Christopher Nolan.
Professor Tadeusz Lubelski, PhD, Jagiellonian University in Kraków: Méliès – an Illusionist in a Cinematograph
Andrzej Dębski, PhD, University of Wrocław: Kintop – Early Cinema in German

Film Screening:
The Conquest of the Pole, dir. G. Méliès, 1912, duration: 44 min.

• Between 11.00–14.00 FACE TO FACE / Teatr Śląski / Scena w Malarni (Malarnia Stage) / free admission
Without e-mails, printed CVs and registered letters. ‘Face to Face’ is the first art and business meeting for young scenographers and representatives of theatre circles (directors, stage managers and representatives of art associations) open to the public. It is our intention to facilitate the entrance of young creators on the labour market, as well as to demonstrate the potential of the group of artists from around Poland. As part of the modern formula, the scenographers will have 10 minutes each to present their portfolio and talk about their competences and inspirations on the stage. Among the invited as audience, there will be primarily directors of institutional and indie theatres, as well as theatre artists, but also representatives of museums and galleries which arrange their exhibitions in cooperation with scenographers and other representatives of the creative sector (film makers, organisers of music festivals and fairs). 
• At 12.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Workshops of large-format photography run by Grzegorz Kwolek / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / participation free / the participants will be selected by the host based on application – information on recruitment to be issued soon
During the three day’s workshop (25–27.09), the group instructed by Grzegorz Kwolek will create photos for Małgorzata Bulanda’s project ‘Ulica/Podwórko/Dom (Street/Yard/House)’ in Katowice – Bogucice, with the use of a large-format Arca Swiss F-Line camera with Sinar P 8x10 rear. It will be a unique opportunity to apply the traditional photography technique – from taking photos in plain-air to working in a dark room, that is, developing negatives and making stylish prints on photographic paper.
Known today mainly from old films, the folding camera behind which one has to hide under black cloth will turn into a tool in the hands of photographers, while the ready photographs will be exhibited on Sunday the 27th of September. The group of photographers will be selected by the instructor, while classes in the dark room will be open to the public.

•At 12.00 Forum Fotografii Teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Workshops run by Bartłomiej Jan Sowa / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / participation free / the participants will be selected by the host based on application – information on recruitment to be issued soon.  
During the workshops, a photographic feature will be realised – an essay interpreting events taking place during the Festival as part of the Industrial Space Mythology. The group under the guidance of the instructor will focus on building a story, interpreting artistic activities in the form of a few or over a dozen photos, requiring the use of various photographic plans and, sometimes, repetitiveness - sometimes randomness. The participants attempt to find individual language and form, owing to which they construct a personal report-interpretation. The event will end with verification, assessment and discussion conducted by Grażyna Makara, the photoeditor of „Tygodnik Powszechny”. The participant whose works will catch her fancy may expect his or her material to be published in the weekly.
• At 15.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. Tomasz Ryszczyński: Interactions of Varieties / Plein-air exhibition in the northern part of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
The project is an attempt to create a dualist form containing opposite elements. The easy movement and lightness of the human body is contrasted with the roughness of industrial space. Industrial sceneries, mellowed by time, arouse curiosity tinted with slight anxiety. The contrasting worlds interact, creating surprising configurations. Sometimes, we witness an uneven fight, but its result is never settled. Coexistence, symbiosis, or, perhaps, a process of constant mutation? Space and figures located in it create bizarre combinations, surprising for many viewers.
• At 17.30 Industrial Space Mythologies. Krzysztof Kiczek: ‘Po ćmoku’ (After the Dark) installation / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Silesia is a part of the world like many others. It has its axis, its contour, it is filled with various shades of colours and contexts typical of this area of land. People live, get born, eat, make love, defecate and die here just like everywhere else. People inhabit the land which has befallen them  – but they live differently here. They live in the land – physically and metaphysically. They merge with it, creating one being. Human hearts beat in the rhythm dictated by the land. Mutual adjustment of the people and the land  – every day life enclosed in sound. Silesia, a part of the world like any other one, yet different.
• At 18.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. The project is a co-production of the students of Norwegian Theatre Academy Østfold University College  and the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Silesia is a part of the world like many others. It has its axis, its contour, it is filled with various shades of colours and contexts typical of this area of land. People live, get born, eat, make love, defecate and die here just like everywhere else. People inhabit the land which has befallen them  – but they live differently here. They live in the land – physically and metaphysically. They merge with it, creating one being. Human hearts beat in the rhythm dictated by the land. Mutual adjustment of the people and the land  – every day life enclosed in sound. Silesia, a part of the world like any other one, yet different.
• At 18.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Meeting with Natalia Kabanow, a photographer and graphic artist of Teatr Polski in Wrocław, combined with the presentation of photos / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission

•At 20.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. Rafał Urbacki: The Shape of Things / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
The never recorded feminine part of the technological process: long forgotten female cogs in the production machinery regain their position on the industrial map of Silesia. Former works of Katowice Coal Mine and Giesche Porcelain Factory start to tell their stories anew – using the mouths of working women Irma and Basia, shaped by coal and porcelain. The Shape of Things is an undertaking resting on the border of film, modern dance, scenography, research work and social campaign. The Shape of Things is a story on the work of women in Silesia.
idea and direction: Rafał Urbacki and Anu Czerwiński; choreography, research: Rafał Urbacki; dance: Kaya Kołodziejczyk; film realisation, photographs, montage: Anu Czerwiński; light, assistance, cameras: Ewa Włoszczuk; dancers in the film: Natalia Handzlik, Katarzyna Koziorz; present in the process: Sonia Egner; filmset assistant: Marceli Michalik; scientific cooperation: Marta Konarzewska; executive producer: Marlena Hermanowicz; starring: Barbara, a former employee of Giesche/Bogucice Porcelain Factory and Irmgard, a former employee of Katowice Coal Mine.
• At 20.00 Lech Majewski’s TOP FIVE: Real pearls of scenography in the world cinema – 5 film surprises selected by Lech Majewski, accompanied by his comments / Kinoteatr Rialto, ul. Św. Jana 24 / tickets: donations at the viewers’ discretion after the show
• At 21.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Meeting with the photojournalist Piotr Andrews combined with the presentation of photos / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
26.09 (Saturday)
• At 09.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Workshops run by Grzegorz Kwolek / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1
• At 09.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography): Workshops run by Bartłomiej Jan Sowa / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1
• At 10.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. Małgorzata Bulanda: ‘Ulica/Podwórko/Dom (Street/Yard/House)’  plein-air in Bogucice district / free admission / event taking place as part of Metropolitalna Noc Teatrów (Metropolitan Theatre Night)
Project realised in Bogucice district of Katowice will consist in animating simple scenes of past daily life in the yards at Markiefki Street: children playing in the street, a wedding, a wedding reception, an afternoon in the garden, playing games in the yard, buskers’ and jugglers’ performances, a baptism and a funeral. The events will be accompanied by a concert of two music groups: We Stay for Tomorrow, a young band from Kraków and the eminent band Kormorany with whom Małgorzata Bulanda cooperated while working on many stagings of Shakespeare’s texts. The concert will be staged with the use of prospects from performances, costumes and screenings of fragments of the performances they realised together.
At 12.00 Masterclass: Zofia de Ines / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / the participants will be selected by the host based on application

• At 12.00 Interactive lecture: Krzysztof Kiczek / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Building a World / Space / Scenography by means of sound. Special sound effects.
• At 16.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) Lecture / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
Inviting researchers to lecture during the Forum has become the tradition of the event. Scientists elaborate on issues concerning the widely understood image, its existence in the reality around us, the manner of its reception and its impact.
Open lecture.
• At 18.00 handing in of J. Moskal awards / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 (auditorium) / free admission
During the final gala, laureates of another edition of J. Moskal Scenography Awards will be announced, selected by a jury comprising of Małgorzata Szczęśniak, Dorota Roqueplo, Agnieszka Kołodziej-Adamczuk, Tadeusz Nyczek, Krzysztof Garbaczewski. As an exception, this year the jury will award young designers in as many as eight categories, including, for the first time, an award for realised works.
• At 20.00 Lech Majewski’s TOP FIVE: Real pearls of scenography in the world cinema – 5 film surprises selected by Lech Majewski, accompanied by his comments / Kinoteatr Rialto, ul. Św. Jana 24 / tickets: donations at the viewers’ discretion after the show
• At 21.00 and 22.30 Industrial Space Mythologies. Francesco Fassone, Wojtek Kucharczyk: Shape. Performance for ropes, cloth and pulleys / Porcelana Bogucice, ul. Porcelanowa 23 / free admission/
event taking place as part of Metropolitalna Noc Teatrów (Metropolitan Theatre Night)
A huge white cloth attached to ropes on pulleys moves in an abandoned space. Slowly, it transforms, directed by sound, bringing to mind an abstract and unconscious image. This longing for innate transformation into all the elements, age-old seeking of a new form.
Idea and realisation: Francesco Fassone; soundtrack: Wojciech Kucharczyk
• At 22.30 Industrial Space Mythologies. Sylwia Hefczyńska-Lewandowska, Piotr Tetlak: ON THE WAY / Infinity K… / Huta Królewska in Chorzów, entrance from ul. Metalowców 13 / free admission/
event taking place as part of Metropolitalna Noc Teatrów (Metropolitan Theatre Night)

Silesia shown from the perspective of a newcomer, a stranger trying to take root here or at least come into his own in the industrial space. Amazement, surprise, reflection on the image one has come upon. A suggestive image, full of contradictions, constantly undergoing transformation. Complemented by sound, scent and touch, changing as a result of movement...
The performance is influenced by ‘śląskość’ (Silesian character/identity). In moving images, he authors of the project will juxtapose negative and positive aspects of life in an industrial space. For an outsider, Silesia seems composed of many layers. Layers which appeared years ago do not disappear, but create ever more interesting structures. Images one has come upon, connected with tradition, separateness and identity still remain, but next to them, around them - practically, ON them – new ones appear.
performance authors: Sylwia Hefczyńska-Lewandowska, Piotr Tetlak; choreography: Sylwia Hefczyńska-Lewandowska; objects and staging/performance: Piotr Tetlak
27.09. (Sunday)
• At 09.30 ON THE TRACK OF FILMS by Lech Majewski. A bus trip along the trail of film locations / plein-air/ SILESIA FILM Institute/ tickets: 10 PLN
A trip along the places in which Lech Majewski realised his films. An intriguing journey following the footsteps of artistic imagination and plein-airs which became a symbolic film scengraphy for, among others, Angelus, The Mill and the Cross and Onirika. What does the scenery of magic places we find in the film sets look like every day? We start from Katowice – the Silesian „genius loci” of Majewski’s films, and the aim of the journey are places away from the city bustle, full of white rocks, stone barns and ruins of sandstone castles.
Limited number of places, earlier reservation and an advance payment required.
Reservations until 18.09.2015 at fns@silesiafilm.com , the pre-payment guarranteeing the participation in the trip should be made until 21.09.2015 in Kino Kosmos box office.
• At 10.00 Masterclass: Małgorzata Szczęśniak / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / the participants will be selected by the host based on application

• At 10.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) Workshops run by Grzegorz Kwolek / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1
• At 10.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) Workshops run by Bartłomiej Jan Sowa and Grażyna Makara / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / participation free
 
• At 12.00 IN FILM SCENERY. Playing with the green screen – a family trip to the inside of the film / Galeria Katowicka/ participation free
How does it feel to become a part of film scenography? Each of you will have a green screen at his or her disposal for a few minutes. The background will be any scenery you can dream of, later shown on the big screen... and you will be able to take home a fragment of the film in which you are the main actors. What you do and what roles you play will be entirely up to you imagination. Whole families are welcome to play with green screen – please just remember not to wear green on this particular day!

• At 12.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) Workshops of studio photography run by Bartek Sadowski / Centre for Polish Scenography Branch of Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / participation free / the participants will be selected by the host based on application – information on recruitment to be issued soon / free admission for viewers
The Centre for Polish Scenography will turn into a professional photography studio, in which everyone will be able to participate in a photo shoot of theatre costumes. The workshop group under Bartek Sadowski’s guidance, supported by experts in make-up and hair dressers will create photographs using cutting edge techniques of studio photography. This will be a rare opportunity to participate in the whole photographic process, starting from the concept, to stylisation, to constructing a lighting plan and working with a model, to the ready-made photos.

At 16.00 Forum Fotografii teatralnej (Forum of Theatre Photography) Opening of the exhibition following the workshop run by Grzegorz Kwolek / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1
• At 17.00 Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław: Presentation of an etude – puppet scenography / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission Presentation of the etude with the use of puppet forms present earlier during the exhibition.
The show prepared by the first-year students (2014/2015) of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, as part of the subject of puppet scenography design, under the instruction of professor Aleksander Maksymiak. The students’ task was to design the form, realise it and then to compose a scenario together, which would apply all the previously designed forms. The class ends with a presentation of a few scenes combined into one whole.
At 18.00 Industrial Space Mythologies. DAMU: Performances and actions of the students of KALD DAMU The Industrial Mythology / Performances and actions of the students of KALD DAMU Prague / Muzeum Śląskie, ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1 / free admission
• At 19.00 Concert: Chłopcy Kontra Basia / Teatr Śląski, ul. Rynek 10 / paid admission – ticket reservation: Teatr Śląski

• At 20.00 The ending of the Festival – Lech Majewski’s TOP FIVE: Real pearls of scenography in the world cinema – 5 film surprises selected by Lech Majewski, accompanied by his comments / Kino Kosmos, ul. Sokolska 66 / tickets: donations at the viewers’ discretion after the show

 

The programme of NFS may change. Current information at www.scenografia-polska.pl , tab Festival.