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National Museum in Warsaw, Poland

National Museum in Warsaw, Poland

Established in 1862, the National Museum in Warsaw boasts a collection of around 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad, including Asian items.  Read More

Chinese Culture in Poland's State Ethnographical Museum

Chinese Culture in Poland’s State Ethnographical Museum

In the context of the Chinese Ethnic Cultural Festival in Poland, Warsaw’s State Ethnographical Museum, an ASEMUS member, hosts a series of three exhibitions on Chinese culture.  Read More

The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographical Museum, Poland

The State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw established in 1888, is the largest institution of its kind in Poland. It boasts the largest collection of ethnographic exhibits and archival records in the country, amounting to around 78,000 objects and over 170,000 various archival materials.  Read More

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw, Poland was founded in 1973, based on the private Indonesian collection of Andrzej Wawrzyniak, sailor and diplomat, appointed its director for lifetime. Since then the public Museum, the only one in Poland devoted exclusively to the cultures of Asia and Oceania.  Read More

Andrzej Wawrzyniak

Andrzej Wawrzyniak

Museum founder and Director, Asia and Pacific Museum, Krakow, Poland  Read More

Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Poland

Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Poland

The Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow, Poland, is the product of the idea of two visionaries: Wajda and Jasieński. During its 15 years of activity, the institution has been putting its founder’s vision into practice – the vision of a place where the Polish people can getto know Japan better.  Read More

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

The National Museum in Krakow was established as Poland’s first national art collecting institution in 1879. Until the end of the First World War, it was the only such large museum accessible to the public on Polish soil.

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Southeast Asia: Art, Culture heritage and artistic relations with Europe/Poland

Southeast Asia: Art, Culture heritage and artistic relations with Europe/Poland

  An International Conference on Southeast Asia: Art, Culture heritage and artistic relations with Europe/Poland to be held at the Manggha Museum in Krakow Organisers are inviting museum professionals and scholars from the European Union and Southeast Asia to meet and exchange ideas on Southeast Asia on the following themes: Southeast Asian art in multi-religious […]  Read More

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