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Who writes about culture nowadays? Who are texts about culture addressed to? How to write about contemporary culture, and which writing tradition to follow? Is it worth writing about culture? We will try to answer these questions with our guests: Magda Piekarska, Ola Konopko, and Piotr Czerkawski, who are journalists, columnists and reviewers writing about culture.
Moderator: Agnieszka Kłos
Curator Bartek Lis
Piotr Czerkawski is a film critic who is addicted to mockery and a troublemaker aesthete.
He wanders from one film festival to another and specializes in banquets. He happens to give occasional talks or chair some meetings, but his true calling is writing about cinema. He publishes his texts in “Dziennik”, “Kino” and “Ekrany” magazines, and sometimes in many other places. He has co-authored several books, including “Zanussi. Przewodnik Krytyki Politycznej”, “W drodze do sąsiada. Polsko-niemieckie spotkania filmowe” and “Lenartowicz – twórca osobny”. In his opinion, his biggest professional success was wheedling a cigarette out of Mathieu Amalric
Aleksandra Konopko is a culture expert who used to work as a journalist. She is also a coach and a PhD student at Wrocław University. As a public relations specialist, she cooperates with NGOs, institutions of culture and the media. She teaches courses ranging from public relations to media relations to soft skills. She writes about theatre
Magda Piekarska graduated from Wrocław University with a degree in Polish Philology. She is a journalist who cooperated with “Słowo Polskie” and “Gazeta Wrocławska”. Since November 2012 she has been working as freelancer specializing in cultural and social issues, writing mainly for “Gazeta Wyborcza” in Wrocław