Implementation of design workshops 20-22.11.2023

Over the past few days, Polish studies students from Lithuania, Ukraine and Italy took part in a series of events and activities related to the implementation of the project "The feminine side of poetry, or through poems to language."

the Center On November 20, 2023, the translation workshop "Nothing Twice. On the essence and practice of translation", which was conducted for an international group of students by Prof. Andrea Ceccherelli. The event was also attended by special guests from Krakow: Prof. Teresa Walas, Prof. Michał Rusinek, Prof. Wojciech Ligęza and Prof. Tomasz Bilczewski.

The evening part of the event took the participants to MLAC - Museo Laboratorio d'Arte Conteporanea. There, the "Szymborska e:" conference and the "Szymborska e il mondo-collage" exhibition opened. One of the elements of the meeting was the recitation of the Utopia poem in Polish, Italian and Ukrainian by project participants.

On November 21, Radio Kaos Italy hosted a podcasting workshop at its headquarters, where students learned how to plan, execute and promote podcasts.

After the workshop, everyone headed to Piazza del Quirinale, where a walk around Rome in Polish footsteps began. Stops on the walk included the Church of St. Andrew on the Quirinale (with the relics of St. Stanislaus Kostka), the plaque of Cyprian Kamil Norwid at Via Sistina 123, and the Palazetto Zuccari, where Marysieńka lived. The students also had the opportunity to see Caffe Greco, a meeting place for Polish poets, among others. Students had the opportunity to hear about the Polish bards at the Juliusz Słowacki plaque and on the viale Adamo Mickievicz. The walk ended at Porta del Popolo (to remember the Polish legions).

On November 22 the final stage of the Roman part of the "Feminine Side of Poetry" project took place - the participants visited the Polish Institute, where the "Szymborska e:" conference was closed. The meeting was attended by Prof. Wojciech Ligęza, Prof. Teresa Walas, Prof. Tomasz Bilczewski, Prof. Monika Wozniak and Prof. Luca Bernardini.