(Sunday), 10.30 a.m.–1 p.m.
We invite all cycling enthusiasts to take part in a mobile guided tour, during which we will visit places of particular importance for the Wrocław ‘70 Visual Arts Symposium. We will together look for the locations of both completed and uncompleted artistic projects and discover their spatial contexts.
An added bonus of the trip will be the opportunity to listen to representatives of art and culture in Wrocław. During stops on the way, they will talk about the symposium, selected works, as well as their passions and interests that led them to establish the Wrocław 70/20 Symposium group and prepare the programme of celebrating the round anniversary of the event.
Speakers – members of the Wrocław 70/20 Symposium group: Magdalena Kreis, Kuba Żary, Maciej Bujko, Anna Bieliz, Małgorzata Rzerzycha-Myśliwy, Iwona Kałuża.
Detailed information about the route >>>
— The number of participants is limited – max. 20 people. We accept applications until 28 August 2020, 4 p.m.
— Please inform us at least three days in advance about resignation from participation in the event – this is the only way for participants entered on the reserve list to be able to take part in the tour.
— We encourage you to wear or carry red and/or blue items – these are the colours of visual identification of events related to the Symposium.
— Before the tour starts, each participant will receive water and materials connected with the symposium.
— We encourage the participants of the event to visit the exhibition New Normativity. Wrocław ‘70 Visual Arts Symposium on their own. Free tickets will be issued at the museum ticket office to participants entered on the registration list. Bicycles can be left at the bike rack in front of the Museum.
The exhibition was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund, financed from surcharges for the games under state monopoly, in accordance with art. 80(1) of the Act on Gambling of 19 November 2009. Purchase of works for the MWW collection was co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund.
The exhibition is part of the Wrocław 70/20 Symposium – a grassroots programme celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wrocław ’70 Visual Arts Symposium.
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