Um-Polen: the Polish festival in Berlin

From 27th to 29th of August 2020, the “Um-Polen”-festival will take place in Berlin’s “Haus der Statistik” in Alexanderplatz. Six performances from Poland and Germany will be presented. The framework is formed by discussions with the public, including with Polish authors on the state of cultural policy in Poland.
Thursday, August 27
The suitcase text by the Polish author Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk

AN INFINITE STORY text by Polish author Artur Palyga

Friday, August 28

Lost in Language, performance without language by Lea Barletti and the Polish author Elzbieta Chowaniec.
Hannah Arendt doesn’t love me, public readings of the text by Polish author Dana Łukasińska.
AN INFINITE STORY text by Polish author Artur Palyga.
Saturday, August 29

Discussion with the Polish authors Artur Palyga, Dana Łukasińska, Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk and Elzbieta Chowaniec and the former director of the Polish cultural institute Katarzyna Wielga-Skolimowska  on the state of cultural policy in Poland.