Grand Prix of Bielska Jesień 2019 to Karol Palczak for the set of three "burning" pictures. See the winners of other awards and honourable mentions.
A meeting with an artist who has turned travelling into an endless act of creation. Presentation of the second volume of a travelogue detailing the artist's exerience in Asia and the Middle East.
Following the jury’s decision, the exhibition of the 44th Painting Biennale Bielska Jesień features 115 paintings by 54 artists. The winners will be announced at the opening exhibition on 8 November.
New work of two award winning artists – Sebastian Krok, the winner of the Grand Prix at Bielska Jesień 2017 and Joanna Chudy, a prize winner at the 4th Festival of Visual Arts in Bielsko-Biała in 2018.
Little Views – photographs as monuments of history. A pictorial reconstruction of the synagogue in Bielsko. Written accounts of children of the Holocaust.
This new mural depicts our relationship with trees and emphasizes the need of their presence in our immediate environment and personal experience
The programme includes: Roots – an exhibition of art, design and crafts, Ethno – a photographic project; and an open-air concert featuring Besquidians, Dudyskrzypce and other bands drawing on traditional folk music.
Exhibitions, curated tour, history of the Rząsa family, selfie op, children’s corner and jam session at Café Club Aquarium. Admission free!
Stanisław Ruksza talks about the legendary artist Andrzej Urbanowicz and presents a recently published catalogue complementing the exhibition Children of the Light.
After experiencing an exhibition of sculptures through touch, it was time for the paricipants to mould clay and create their own sculptures.
Artistry IV. The Orońsko Collection. Exhibition tour for blind and visually impaired visitors.
Sculpture workshops for children and young adults: tactile sensation, modelling, playing with texture.
Galeria Bielska BWABielsko-Biała, ul. 3 Maja 11Monday: closedTuesday – Sunday: 10 am. – 6 pm.Ticket prices >>Sixt’s VillaBielsko-Biała, ul. Adama Mickiewicza 24Monday: closedTuesday – Sunday: 10 am. – 6 pm.Free admission