(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 last meeting we will meet Tatyana Botyanovska and Swietłana Listopadska.
Tatyana Botyanovska works at Wrocław Contemporary Museum as a security guard. A Belarusian, she has been living in Poland for 3 years. Although she spent years working in the IT industry on the construction of computers, she always dreamed of being a postwoman. She is a member of the International Federation of Dynamic Shooting, her new passion is painting.
Svetlana Listopadska is an entrepreneur, trainer and teacher. She comes from Ukraine and has lived in Poland for 20 years. Professionally, she deals with intercultural cooperation with business. She prepares managers to conduct business in the countries of the former USSR and supports companies in the integration of culturally diverse teams. She runs workshops in the field of intercultural competence, adaptation and communication.
Moderator: Anna Krukowska.
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