Galeria Edukacyjna presents: Miasto, którego nie widać/A City That Can’t Be Seen

Exhibition opening: December 19th, 2017 (Tuesday), 11 a.m. | Galeria Labirynt, 5 Popiełuszki Street
Open until February 28th, 2018 (Tuesday – Sunday, 12 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
Free admission

The City That Can’t Be Seen is a sensorial exhibition at Galeria Labirynt which is a summary of an artistic and educational project addressed at the visually impaired. The presentation includes pieces by the workshop participants –  a tactile picture book, photographs, relief drawings and ceramic sculptures. All the works and stories accompanying them, help to adopt a blind person’s perspective in the process of getting to know a city and its history.

The exhibition is a recapitulation of a half-a-year scholarship project granted by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage to Magdalena Szubielska who has cooperated with Lublin-based visual artists, teachers of the sight impaired, educators and museum curators.

Exhibition is available to people with sight impairments. Resources in Braille were prepared by the Centre for Activation of the Visually Impaired at the Catholic University of Lublin.

Authors of works: Daniel Aftyka, Ada Brankiewicz, Magdalena Dzida, Piotr Kasprzak, Iwona Kwiatkowska, Oliwia Pliszko, Agata Popławska, Klaudia Szaniawska, Aleksandra Wąchała, Maria Wójcik

Exhibition curators: Rafał Lis, Magdalena Szubielska

Realised within the scholarship granted from the funds of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.