On 2 March 2017 Jan A.P. Kaczmarek (Academy Award winner for his music for the film “Finding Neverland”) paid a visit to the UG Rector, Prof. UG, Dr. hab. Jerzy Gwizdała, accompanied by Prof. Marcin Tomczak, conductor and artistic director of the University of Gdańsk’s Academic Choir.
The Spring Festival or Chinese New Year is fast approaching. To mark the occasion, on 17 January 2017 the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre opened its doors to the National Beijing Opera Theater of China. To acquaint Poles with this traditional Chinese dramatic art, the group from the province of Hubei presented selected scenes from several classic Beijing opera works such as Havoc in Heaven, Sylph Scattering Flowers, The Great Wu Sells Pancakes and Three Forked Crossroads, the whole event being accompanied by music played on traditional Chinese instruments.
Exhibition of works of art inspired by mathematics
We warmly invite you to view an exhibition of works of art inspired by mathematics, to be held in the UG Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics building (Gdańsk, ul. Wita Stwosza 57).
The opening ceremony of the exhibition of works inspired by mathematics by students and staff at the Art School in Gdynia, prepared to mark the Year Of Mathematics in Pomerania, will be held on Thursday, 17 December 2015 at 11.30 a.m.
The opening of the new Philology building on the Baltic Campus of the University of Gdańsk has been honoured with an exhibition of artwork by Professor Stefan Chwin, the outstanding author and literary historian from the UG’s Institute of Polish Philology. The exhibition entitled “Drawings, Letters, Dreams” is made up of drawings by the graduate of Gdynia Art School, mainly illustrations for his debut fantasy-adventure stories The Letter Man and Scorpion People.