Belarusian picnic “Spatkajemsia”
Беларускі пікнік “Спаткаемся”

  • Belarusian picnic “Spatkajemsia”

Let’s spend the last weekend of the summer together in Belarusian style!

Come to Park Bródno on 26th of August, bring your friends, family & a good mood. We have prepared for you a couple of fun activies, which will let you taste Belarusian food, music and craft.

We are going to start at 13:00, there will be food from @sluszna_strawa, lemonades and coffee from @kawa_popularna. Feel free to grab your own drinks, snacks, blankets and sunscreen protection.

The picnic is organised with the help of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw in cooperation with the L’Internationale as part of the residency of Maria M.

Maria M. is an activist, who popularised Belarusian art and culture. She is a co-founder of Belarusian book club “Spatkajemsia” in Warsaw. Maria M. is learning curator practices and organising events that represent Belarusian language, literature and art.

Graphics are made by @kajakusztra. 


Давайце правядзем апошнія выхадныя лета разам і па-беларуску!

Запрашаем у парк Брудна 26ага жніўня, бяры с сабой сяброў і сябровак, сям’ю, дзяцей і добры настрой. Мы прыгатавалі для вас некалікі файных варштатаў, якія дадуць магчымасць пасмакаваць беларускую ежу, музыку і рамяство.

Мы пачнем а 13:00, будзе ежа ад @sluszna_strawa, ліманады і кава ад @kawa popularna na Pańska. Таксама можна ўзяць з сабой дадаткова свае напоі, ежу, коўдру і сонцаахоўны крэм.

Пікнік зарганізаваны з дапамогай Музея Сучаснага мастацтва ў Варшаве (MSN) ў супрацоўніцтве з L’Internationale. Пікнік арганізаваны ў межах рэзыденцыі Маria M. у музэі MSN.

Maria M. з’яўляецца актывісткай, якая папулізуе беларускую культуру і мастацтва ў Варшаве. Яна сузаснавальніца беларускага кніжнага клуба “Spatkajemsia”. Maria M. вывучае кураторскія практыкі і арганізуе мерапрыемствы, звязаныя з беларускай мовай, літаратурай і мастацтвам.

Графіка ад @kajakusztra 


L'Internationale, the confederation of major European museums and art institutions, research centres and think-tanks, takes its name from the workers' anthem calling for an equitable democratic society, and references the historical labour movement. In learning from local and shared histories, L’Internationale focuses on what is to come, in imagining, developing and implementing new visions for a future that will be just, democratic and sustainable for everyone, planetwide.

Over the coming four years, L’Internationale will implement Museum of the Commons (2023–2027), a project supported by the EU Creative Europe programme. During this period, the confederation will comprise 14 institutions: Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid); MACBA (Barcelona); M HKA (Antwerp); MSN (Warsaw), Salt (Turkiye), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven), MSU (Zagreb), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), HDK-Valand (Gothenburg), NCAD (Dublin), ZRC SAZU (Ljubljana); Institute for Radical Imagination (Italy), (Romania), Visual Culture Research Center (Kyiv), and two associate partners, IMMA (Dublin) and WIELS (Brussels), along with the L’Internationale Association.


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