Adam Mickiewicz Institute (original full name: International Centre for Cultural Cooperation - Adam Mickiewicz Institute) is a government cultural institution established in 2000 by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, in consultation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The aim of the Institute is promotion of Polish culture in the world, cultural cooperation and dialogue with other countries. The Institute is co-responsible for the implementation of the Polish foreign cultural policy, especially in the dimension of information and promotion.
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
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The Harvest, a performance by the Polish Dance Theatre, will be staged on 21st and 22nd October 2018 in Shanghai. The event is part of the Polish focus at the China Shanghai International Arts Festival, organised on the occasion of the centenary of Poland regaining independence. Read more »about: Polish Dance Theatre Performs in Shanghai
Six Polish jazz bands of the younger generation will tour Asia as part of the Jazz Po Polsku project. Performances in China and Korea feature: Monika Borzym Quintet accompanied by Beethoven Academy Orchestra musicians, Tomasz Chyła Quintet, EABS, High Definition Quartet, Paweł Kaczmarczyk Quartet and Rafał Sarnecki Quintet. Read more »about: Polish Jazz Musicians to Perform in China and Korea