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EXHIBITION IN WHITE SYNAGOGUE»
“KADDISH FOR...” - WIESŁAW SZUMIŃSKI’S Two stories heard by Wiesław Szumiński during his trip to the Białystok region and western Belarus became an impulse to paint two cycles of paintings and a ceramic sculptural installation: "Kaddish for a Girl in a White Dress" and "There was a Library...” presented in the exhibition.
Irena Grudzińska-Gross about Zuzanna Ginczanka»
SOMETHING OR OTHER: THE PORTRAIT OF ZUZANNA GINCZANKA BY IRENA GRUDZIŃSKA-GROSS. The irony is caused also by the contrast with another poem on which ‘Non omnis moriar’ is modeled. That model poem was very well known to Ginczanka’s generation: it was ‘My Testament’ by one of the Romantic Polish bards, Juliusz Słowacki.
THE FAIRY TALE FILM COLLECTION»
BOŻENA SZROEDER ABOUT THE FAIRY TALE FILM COLLECTION. We always make our best to make the movies we work on to be both clever and beautiful, and that is why we invite outstanding artists from around the world to cooperate with us, building at the same time a local team of guides-animators who take care of the children.
Students about Borderland»
Students of american Syracuse University, under the guidance by prof. dr hab. Hana Cervinkova from University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław wrote about Borderland.
EXHIBITION IN WHITE SYNAGOGUE »
“KADDISH FOR...” - WIESŁAW SZUMIŃSKI’S Two stories heard by Wiesław Szumiński during his trip to the Białystok region and western Belarus became an impulse to paint two cycles of paintings and a ceramic sculptural installation: "Kaddish for a Girl in a White Dress" and...
MYSTERIES OF CHILDHOOD - JERZY FICOWSKI Exhibition/ told by Bożena Szroeder »
First of all, we should understand that this exhibition is something more than just a literary exhibition: it is a perfect workshop we use in our everyday work with children and youth.
THE FAIRY TALE FILM COLLECTION »
BOŻENA SZROEDER ABOUT THE FAIRY TALE FILM COLLECTION. We always make our best to make the movies we work on to be both clever and beautiful, and that is why we invite outstanding artists from around the world to cooperate with us, building at the same time a local team of guides-animators who take care of the...
Symposium "Making Home in Wounded Spaces: Memory, Design, and the Spatial" »
March 3 — 4, 2017 Kellen Auditorium, Parsons School of Design, 66 Fifth Ave, NYC
ZYGMUNT BAUMAN – A FAREWELL 9 I 2017 »
Krzysztof Czyżewski on Zygmunt Bauman.  When I think about Zygmunt Bauman in the context of the activities of Borderland: about our meetings and conversations with him, I come to think about the three pillars of his thought which for me, a practician of the idea, have been of utmost importance.
Literary Assembly »
The International Centre for Dialogue in Krasnogruda hosted  the third meeting of the cyclical Borderland's program  "Literary Assembly": a meeting of translators from Poland and Lithuania organized by the Union of Writers of Lithuania,  Borderland Foundation and the Centre "Borderland...
Song of Porcelain Cafe – literary meetings »
MERON BENVENISTI IN LITERARY CAFE "SONG OF PORCELAIN" - JERUSALEM: THE TORN CITY
MIŁOSZ | IN SEARCH OF A HOMELAND - NEW EDITION OF THE EXHIBITION IN THE KRASNOGRUDA MANOR »
The exhibition uses an extended formula presenting a novel approach to Czesław Miłosz's achievements. It is a permanent exhibition in the renovated poet's family house in Krasnogruda. It is available to all visitors all year long.
Solidarity Academy in Krasnogruda / 10-13 I 2017 »
The Solidarity  Academy is bringing journalist s from all around the world to discuss on several topics such as Eastern Partnershi p, European Affairs and Refugee Crisis.
Poems by Sandor Márai »
Sandor Márai for the first time in Poland as a... poet.  Sandor Márai's career is a phenomenon it its own right.  
Zuzanna Ginczanka "Collected poems" in Borderland Publishing House »
Ginczanka second time - a long awaited book available again!
Irena Grudzińska-Gross about Zuzanna Ginczanka »
SOMETHING OR OTHER: THE PORTRAIT OF ZUZANNA GINCZANKA  BY IRENA GRUDZIŃSKA-GROSS. The irony is caused also by the contrast with another poem on which ‘Non omnis moriar’ is modeled. That model poem was very well known to Ginczanka’s generation: it was ‘My Testament’ by...
"Lithuanian Paths to Modernity" Egidijus Aleksandravičius »
                                         " Here is the country called the Republic of Lithuania, once erased from the map of Europe, small and...
Book - "Miłosz - Dialogue - Borderland", PDF »
Foreword. Czesław Miłosz’s life and thought are enclosed by the circle of return. It was apokatastasis, rendered in poetry and heading for existence. The exile shared the fate of fugitives, emigrants, and others deprived of their roots, those displaced by the winds of history, thrown into the outside world....
Responsibility for the Europe's Borderland »
In the newest, special issue of the THINKTANK magazine, you can find a text - "Responsibility for the Europe's Borderland" written by Krzysztof Czyżewski.
Died Arnold Markowitz »
 Arnold L. Markowitz, 87, died Thursday, July 7, 2016, following a brief illness. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Arnold attended St. John's College of Annapolis, MD, and received master's degrees from Columbia University, Hunter College and City College of New York. He served at New Yourk University and vice...
Juozas Vaina »
Juozas Vaina was born on October 17, 1916 in Widugiery, a pedagogue, educator, ethnographer, collector, founder of the traditional culture museum in Puńsk in 1977. He studied physics in Vilnius and architecture in Gdańsk. From 1948 he taught in Pedagogical Secondary School in Suwałki, in 1950-1951 he was a...
Olgierd Skrypko (76 years old) tells his story »
In family - I was the youngest, so you know, I had to pasture the gees at first, and then the cows. When you pasture the cows, you are a man, so I pastured our cows and of the neighbor. And the neighbor - his name was Paszkiewicz - had some small accordion.
Living In Diversity »
'Living in Diversity' is a website of the Forum of Concerned Citizens of Europe, which was created in March 2010 by a small group of people concerned about the increasingly illiberal and exclusionary politics of fear that pervades European public sphere, about the growing influence of rightwing...
Tblisi - program »
JUNE 16, THURSDAY  16:15 – 17:00 -  Practices of Intercultural Dialogue: Caucasian House, Presentation by Naira Gelashvili, Director  Cultural Relations Center of Georgia 'Caucasian House' is an educational and peace-making non-profit organization. The mission of the...
Dushanbe - program »
OCTOBER 6th, WEDNESDAY    18:30 - 19:00 - Welcome speech and introduction - Krzysztof Czyżewski  19:00 - 20:00 - Welcome dinner  20:15 - 21.30 - Film Session:  Musician's Raft Between New York and Sejny (documentary on the Borderland...
Latin America Inside Out Blog. Colombia: Will the people say Yes to peace? »
Colombia: Will the people say Yes to peace?  Author: Gwen Burnyeat.  Published on: Mon Aug 29, 2016 With the entire final agreement finally signed in Havana, the peace accords must now be submitted to a national referendum on October 2. The outcome remains uncertain.
Workshop in Heddal, Norway »
 Workshop in Fyrileivstugo in Norway with the participation of Krzysztof Czyżewski. 2016.08.29 - 10 a.m.
About exhibition "Invisible Bridge" in Triest new issue of the magazine artSpace »
artSPACE n. 15 2014-2016/ anno quindicesimo numero quindici duemilaquattordici-duemilasedici Citizens of today’s multicultural societies are able to build material bridges utilizing mind-boggling technologies, but are often helpless in the face of the crisis of relationships based on invisible...

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