Noc Muzeów

The Night of Museums

The exhibitions and the accompanying special events are open for visitors between 12 a.m. and 12 p.m.

GALERIA LABIRYNT (5 Popiełuszki Street)

7-10 p.m.

A Good Night Tale a.k.a. What’s the Galeria like at night – educative workshops for kids aged 3-12

The workshop is conducted in three groups: 7 – 8 p.m. (translated into Polish sign language), 8 – 9 p.m. and 9 –10 p.m..
Children along with their caretakers can visit Galeria Labirynt in the light of their torches, getting to know its nooks and crannies. They shall also make unusual art pieces to be viewed in darkness! It’s going to be a very unique experience. We’re going to visit the W tym cała sztuka educative exhibition and then we’re going to create works on the theme of light.

The workshop is free of charge. The participants shall bring their own torches; the rest of the materials is provided by Galeria Labirynt. The workshop lasts 60 minutes.
Register at 466 59 20 ext. 32 or by providing us with the name and the age of the child; please write the date, hour and name of the workshop as the title of the e-mail. Upon registration you shall receive a return e-mail of confirmation (when registering by e-mail), and only then your registration is valid. Registrations are accepted until 4 p.m. on the day before the workshop or until the places are available.

10 p.m.

A torch-lit guided tour on Mykola Ridnyi’s Facing the Wall – for adults

Mikola Ridnyi is one of the most expressive figures of contemporary Ukrainian art. In his works, the artist comments on the current political and social affairs. At Galeria Labirynt, Ridnyi presents a monumental installation consisting of works executed within the last three years.
The exhibition tour is free of charge and no registration is required. The visitors are requested to bring their own torches.


GALERIA LABIRYNT | PLAZA (13 Lipowa Street, entrance at Ofiar Katynia Street)

9 p.m.

Make-up exhibition tour translated into Polish sign language

In its traditional sense make-up is a layer of foundation applied to the skin to form a mask, a perfect coverage which hides, equalises, provides camouflage or creates a “smooth” and homogenous appearance. The exhibition refers to the metaphorical notion of make-up considering all types of cracks in the geographical, cultural, social and political sense. The exhibition presents works by Israeli artists – videos, photos and installations.
The tour is free of charge and no registration is required.