Do it in winter! Do it in Poznań!

December is the month in which the days are the shortest and the nights the longest. A month in which heat lovers break out their thick sweaters and wool socks, while all the cold-loving people sharpen their ice-skates and prepare for a dip. For many of us, winter is a tough season that keeps us cooped up indoors. Therefore we've set ourselves the goal of breaking this stereotype, overcoming winter's bad image and demonstrating it is a chance to indulge in a bit of craziness and pursue off-the-wall ideas and plans. We want to convince Poznanians and tourists alike that winter is the time to be active, even when frost is biting. It can also be a time for culture, meeting interesting people and exploring thrilling locations. We have prepared a dozen or so exciting ideas and warming activities for you. Try all of them, or at least a few, and join us to break the bad spell of winter!

RGG's lunar journeys

Steering clear of cliché topics and easy solutions, they offer smart and sophisticated music as they seek to genuinely connect with their audiences.

Smart City 2021 in review

As every year at this time, it is worth returning for a moment to the challenges we faced, the projects we managed to implement and inspiring events and meetings in which we were able to participate. Below is a summary of Smart City Poznan Team activities in 2021.

Looking up close

It is imperative that you visit the new temporary venue of the Arsenał Municipal Gallery on ul. Szyperska, which - until 16 January - will be holding two exhibitions of works by two truly fascinating artists: Patryk Różycki (I Am Afraid It Will Be Too Late One Day) and Bartek Arobal Kociemba (Whole Burnt Flowers).

Not just a pretty picture

Photography dates back to the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, which makes one view it with a certain nostalgia. It is as if we yearn for what we see in the photos even if the memories captured on film are not our own. In addition, old photos, even those of a documentary nature, have a specific charm to them that makes one see them as small works of art.

On Poznań's Christmas Table

Poznan, as well as the whole Wielkopolska region has its own distinct Christmas customs. Some of the Wielkopolska Christmas dishes are also quite specific. 

Poznań Silent Night 2021

Continuing the yearly tradition, we invite you to meet at the steps of Arkadia (Plac Wolności) to maintain the sense of community and sing the beautiful 'Silent Night' together.

Experience a very special time with the singers  all over the world. Save the date! December 18th, 6 PM. 

Last minute presents at MTP

At the Poznań International Fair you will be able to buy unique gifts and Christmas decorations, as well as enjoy interesting workshops. This weekend, 17th-19th of December, the Festival of Art and Artistic Objects will be held there.

Do it in winter! Do it in Poznań!

December is the month in which the days are the shortest and the nights the longest. A month in which heat lovers break out their thick sweaters and wool socks, while all the cold-loving people sharpen their ice-skates and prepare for a dip. For many of us, winter is a tough season that keeps us cooped up indoors. Therefore we've set ourselves the goal of breaking this stereotype, overcoming winter's bad image and demonstrating it is a chance to indulge in a bit of craziness and pursue off-the-wall ideas and plans. We want to convince Poznanians and tourists alike that winter is the time to be active, even when frost is biting. It can also be a time for culture, meeting interesting people and exploring thrilling locations. We have prepared a dozen or so exciting ideas and warming activities for you. Try all of them, or at least a few, and join us to break the bad spell of winter!

The City Of Poznań Got A Financial Assesment

Fitch agency did not change the high rating of Poznań: A-. This is the highest possible level for the Polish local government. This high rating means that the City is capable to meet its financial obligations. At the same time, however, the agency admitted that Polski Ład (a new governmental reform program) may be a threat to the city's budget.

Berliners on the Warta

In the closing bars of The Master-Singers of Nuremberg, Wagner praises the sanctity of German art in the voice of the choir. For long centuries, such art has indeed been a benchmark for the rest of Europe, the German mastery of the arts being admired (and at times envied) by artists and art lovers alike. An opportunity to find out just how good German art really is will present itself on 10 December.

Through a child's eyes

This year's 39th International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino! is set to be held online between 5 and 12 December at alekino.com.

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