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A photography taken at the 13th Quadriennale in Prague, photo: press materials

Research Centre Humanities/Art/Technology (HAT)

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Andrzej Chyra, Paweł Mykietyn and Małgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk. Photo: Agata Schreyner / Malta Festival press materials

The international jury has recognised the 12 most trend-setting European festivals of 2015 from a pool of 760 festivals from 31 countries. One of those awarded was Malta Festival in Poznań.

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There Might Be Others, performance by  Rebecca Lazier, photo: Paula Lobo

There Might Be Others evolves from the American tradition of open scores - choreographic events wherein the dancers compose the performance in real-time within previously developed set of rules. In the performance lead by Rebecca Lazier participate 7 Polish and 3 American dancers. It opens the 2015 edition of the Malta Festival in Poznań.

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The Malta Festival Poznań 2015 is coming. For a 25th time the urban space will be transformed into a huge outdoor musical and theatre stage. There will be Thomas Mann, Michael Nyman and important questions about the role of art in the disputed visions of a new world

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Poznan - the Hipster Underdog

If you've visited Kraków, Warsaw and Tricity, you may think that you are done with Poland's urban highlights. But you'd be wrong! Poland has a lot more to offer, as its turbulent history has resulted in a few more cities being just as interesting. One of them is Poznań – with its Ostrów Tumski, culture-oriented society, and captivating places.

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Internet users, artists and activists are standing behind Rodrigo Garcia's play Golgota Picnic, which was stopped from being shown at the Theatre Festival Malta in Poznań. Alternative readings and projections are being organised around the country.

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