‘Bridge of Heretics or about the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow’ – this is the title of the meeting with Janusz Makuch, led by Krzysztof Czyżewski, co-founder of the Borderland Foundation in Sejny. It will be held in a former mansion of Czesław Miłosz – One of the Polish Nobel Prize Winners in literature.
Cheder invites kids to a first architecture workshop inspired by Kazimierz. You will create, compose and design using natural and very simple materials such as stones, pieces of wood, string.
The Machers – volunteers of the Jewish Culture Festival invite you to the Cheder Cafe to a presentation about their work, motivation and volunteer experience.
Thinking about revitalization of a public space in Kazimierz we need to hear the children’s voice as well – they will use the space along with adults!
Come to this workshop to find a new public function for one of the abandoned spaces in Kazimierz – at the end of Meiselsa Street.
The first culinary workshop from a new series exploring recipes from the pre-war Yiddish book by Fani Lewando.
Cheder and The Machers invite you to a unique linocut workshop – you can make stickers with portraits of famous people from Kazimierz and Krakow.
I thought, that after Anna Bikont’s book ‘We, from Jedwabne’ it is impossible to say anything more about anti-Semitism in Poland. Marcin Kącki in his book proves I was mistaken. – says literary critic Michał Olszewski before the meeting in Cheder.
The Machers, festival volunteers, invite you to a meeting with Jakob Mansztajn, nominated to the Wisława Szymborska Award for his latest poetry book ‘Case Study.’
Guided tour in the footsteps of one of the greatest architects in pre-war Krakow with Michał Wiśniewski, Ph.D. from the Institut of Architecture.