Past Events | 2011
Friday, September 23 National Movements & the Beginning of the Study of Jewish Folklore in Eastern Europe : Workshop for Faculty and Graduate Students
- 12 noon, at the Distinguished Alumni Room at the IMU. Speaker: Haya Bar-Itzhak, Schusterman Visiting Israeli Professor
Saturday, September 24 Dikanda at the Lotus Festival
- This Polish band lives and makes music as a family. Founded in 1997 in Szczecin, by accordion player Anna Witczak, Dikanda has woven a unique, original sound from the Gypsy music of Macedonian and Romanian cultures in the Balkans, as well as cultures further east. You’ll recognize the swirling, passionate Balkan rhythms, and discover something new and unexpected
Sunday, September 25 Ashes and Diamonds presenter Mikolaj Kunicki
- 6:30 pm at the IU Cinema
Kunicki : " Men for All Seasons: Polish Artists and the Problem of Collaboration during WW2 and after." Sep 26, Monday, 4:00-7:00 Redbud room IMU
Monday, September 26 "Men for All Seasons: Polish Artists and the Problem of Collaboration during WW2 and after." Presenter Mikolaj Kunicki
- 4:00-7:00 pm Redbud Room IMU
Tuesday, September 29-October 17th Ryszard Kapuscinski Exhibit
- An exhibit of Kapuscinski’s photojournalistic works will be held at the Blueline Gallery 224 N. College Ave. (across from the Hilton)
Friday, September 29th Kapuscinski Exhibit Opening
- 7-9 p.m., with a lecture at 7:30. Blueline Gallery, 224 N. College Ave.
- Photo Gallery »
Friday, October 7 First Friday Gallery Walk
- 5-8pm at Blueline Gallery
- Lecture by distinguised historian Marcin Zaremba: "Nightmares About War: Social Panic in Poland After World War II."
Thursdays, 6pm at the Runcible Spoon
The Polish Table is a weekly gathering of Polish speakers, and those who would like to learn to speak Polish better. You'll find native speakers, first-year students, and everything in between. Led by, Instructor of Polish, and Justyna Beinek, Assistant Professor of Slavic, the Table gathers every at the Runcible Spoon Coffeehouse, on 6th Ave. near the corner of Dunn St.