(Wednesday), 6.00–7.30 PM, 3rd floor, admission free
Are you a migrant?
Is Wrocław your home?
Or perhaps you’ve just come to live here?
We are curious about your story!
Wrocław Contemporary Museum’s exhibition Polish Hospitality provides a pretext to ask questions about hospitality not only in the macro dimension, but also in the context of our city.
In our series of “Conversations,” we invite both migrants willing to share your experiences and Wrocław dwellers who would like to hear their true stories.
During the second meeting we will meet Ala Savashevich and Olga Svystun.
Ala Savashevich is an artist, migrant from Belarus. She has been living and working in Wrocław for 5 years. A graduate of the Sculpture Department at the local Academy of Fine Arts. She creates photographs, installations and video works focusing on symbols and stories that affect her life.
Olga Svystun is a sociologist, migrant from Ukraine. She has lived in Poland for 10 years. She is a researcher of social adaptation of foreign students in Ukraine, a volunteer and translator, currently working in a large corporation.
Moderator: Anna Krukowska.
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