Application’s Open – Translators’ Collegium, Warsaw/Krakow

Opportunity for translator's of Polish into different languages to apply for a month-long study visit at the Polish Book Institute in Krakow & Warsaw. Deadline 30th September for 2024.
20 09.2023 30 09.2023 Events, Literature

‘The Peasants’ at the 67th BFI London Film Festival

A new hand-painted animated film from the makers of global sensation 'Loving Vincent'.
11 10.2023 12 10.2023 Events, Film, Literature, Visual arts

Book Release: An art book about Polish-Jewish artist Dante Elsner

A facinating new art book looking at a forgotten artist by his granddaughter and including images of hundreds of the artist's works.
05 09.2023 31 12.2023 Events, Literature, Visual arts

Book Talk, ‘The Forgers’ by Roger Moorhouse

A book talk by Roger Moorhouse about his new book about the inspirational story of the Polish diplomats who forged the documents that saved thousands of Jewish lives in WWII.
10 10.2023 Events, History, Literature

National Centre for Writing Emerging Translator Mentorships 2023/2024

Are you a an aspiring literary translator or know someone who is? The National Centre for Writing's Emerging Translator Mentorship Programme is once again open for applications from budding early-career literary translators, including those from Polish to English.
02 08.2023 28 08.2023 Events, Literature, News

Book release (10th August): The Forgers by Roger Moorhouse

The 10th of August sees the release of Roger Moorhouse's new book about a little known operation that saved the lives of thousands of Jewish people during World War Two.
10 08.2023 Events, Literature, News

Cultural Diplomacy Symposium

A one-day symposium on cultural diplomacy provides practical insights from former and current diplomats, art professionals and academics.
29 06.2023 Events, Film, History, Literature, Music, News, Theatre, Visual arts

Shakespeare and Poland Festival 24-25 June 2023

A weekend of events celebrating Polish cultural heritage, and the cultural connections between Britain & Poland, combining literature, theatre, music and a family-friendly picnic with nature-themed activities.
24 06.2023 25 06.2023 Events, History, Literature, Music, Theatre

A Feminist Writer without a Home | Discovering Sophie Gaudier-Brzeska

A rediscovery of the fascinating profile and output of feminist writer Sophie Gaudier-Brzeska, with artist Ania Ready whose encounter with her archive led to a seven-year research project.
08 06.2023 Events, Literature