This year, you will have an occasion to not only carry the event callendar in paper version, but also on your smartphone!  Download EVENTORY – the official application of the Krakow Photomonth. You will be updated with all festival attraction, you will create your own event calendar, choosing the festival events, in which you would[...]

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Before the long weekend, on 27-28 April, our volunteers took part in workshops, organised by the Przestrzeń Rozwoju Foundation. During the 1st day, Magdalena Pęcak was teaching #wolomfk how to develop auto presentation skills. On the 2nd day, the empathic communication workshops took place, led by Izabela Szczepaniak-Wiecha – Krakow Photomonth volunteers tried to learn[...]

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We and the Ethnographic Museum in Kraków invite you to construction and photo workshops for children aged 6-12 that will take place on 10 May. Participants’ works will be shown at the museum exhibition during the Krakow Photomonth Festival.

The Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Griffin Art Space Foundation invite you to take part in one of flagship events of the Krakow Photomonth Festival – the Portfolio Review. It will be held on Saturday, 27 May, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Lubicz Office Centre (ul. Lubicz 23).

It is less than month left to the grand opening, but first two exhibitions that make part of the festival will be available earlier. On 27 April, at 6 p.m. come to MOCAK (the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow) at ul. Lipowa 4, where we will see works by an American artist, Susan Lipper.

Yesterday, on 8 April, on the air of Radio Trójka, our guest curator, Gordon MacDonald has given many details about this year’s Main Programme of the festival. Listen to the recording and read the curator’s statement on our website.

It’s 2001. A new photographic circle emerges in Kraków. Spontaneously combined forces unite people under a common idea: Krakow Photomonth. Common joy and energy translate into action, which then continues for years. The festival grows, changes, and develops. It is built by dozens of coordinators, throngs of volunteers, and staff of cooperating institutions.