Field game in Kurówko
The Museum of Modern Art, together with Daniel Rycharski and residents of Kurówko, are glad to invite all who are interested to participate in the field game in Kurówko.
Kurówko is located in Masovia, in a slightly out-of-the-way place, far from the rhythm of the big-city life. Apart from the legends and pagan remains which undoubtedly decide about the historical richness of the region, what distinguishes the place is its contribution to the development of visual arts. For some time now the residents, inspired by Daniel Rycharki, have invited contemporary art to enter their backyards and fields and to come under their roofs.
This changes the popular convictions about public art, which is associated with examining the expanse of cities. The trip will be an occasion to undertake shared actions and to experience the truth that contemporary art can excellently develop outside of big cities.
The organizers invite you to take part in the field adventure game, during which you will discover the local works of art and have the opportunity to test your skills and knowledge on the village. Among the group tasks will also be cooking workshops devoted to the recipes of the local cuisine and meals prepared with the use of not so obvious ingredients.
The trip and the activities in Kurówko are organized as an educational event accompanying the “As You Can See. Polish Art Today” exhibition prepared by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
10.00 a.m. Departure from by the seat of the Museum of Modern Art, ul. Emilii Plater 51
12.00 p.m. Arrival in Kurówko. The field adventure game
2.00 p.m. Cooking workshops devoted to unique meals of the region; leisure time
4.00 p.m. Premiere of the movie entitled: Kulturysta (Bodybuilder) directed by Anna Urbańczyk, about the residents of Kurówko and the artistic actions to which they contributed
5.00 p.m. Get-together, party and discussions in the seat of OSP (Voluntary fire Services) Kurówko
8.00 p.m. Departure to Warsaw
Participation in the event is free of charge. Number of participants is limited.