Children’s Literature Festival 2019
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 - Sunday, June 16, 2019
All Kraków is joining in with the Children’s Literature Festival at the Manggha Museum (11-16 June)! As well as reading aloud sessions, the festival also includes workshops, meetings with authors, film screenings, exhibitions, concerts and an urban game. The extensive programme is centred around the festival motto “To the Source!” – the organisers stress that literature provides essential knowledge about the world, inspires other artistic activities, and, most importantly, is a source of fun and entertainment! We will hear about the secrets of writing children’s books from guests Taro Miura and Katsumi from Japan and Verena Reinhardt from Germany, and authors and illustrators form Poland including Marcin Wicha, Michał Rusinek, Grzegorz Kasdepke, Marta Galewska-Kustra, Katarzyna Bogucka and Marianna Oklejak. The event is accompanied by the exhibition Kon-Kon! Masters of Japanese Picture Books organised with the Manggha Museum. The festival culminates at the ICE Kraków Congress Centre with a gala presenting the Ferdinand the Great Prize for Best Children’s Book of 2018. (Anna Mazur)
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St Mary’s Church
Rynek Główny 5A history spanning over eight centuries, a high altar by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz), a bugle call, the...
Wawel HillA limestone rock rising above the Vistula in the centre of Kraków, an ancient centre of...
Rynek Główny 1-3One of the symbols of city, a pearl of renaissance architecture, Kraków’s oldest...
Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory
ul. Lipowa 4Where the tumultuous history of a world war meets everyday life, and private lives – a...
WawelThe cave that the legendary dragon inhabited leads down from Wawel Hill to the bank of the Vistula....