- Highlight of the 100th Anniversary for Poland’s Independence
- The changing roles of Polish women in Poland’s history
- A look into now and the future for women empowerment
- Culture exchange opportunity for Chinese audiences to learn more about Poland’s history and women empowerment in Poland
The Women – Icons of Poland’s Independence theme exhibition opens at EMGdotArt Gallery at Redtory in Guangzhou from March 28 till April 20. It is organized by the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Guangzhou, Polish History Museum, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, EMGdotArt Gallery, and partnered with Polish Institute – Culture Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Beijing and San Jiaoling. The exhibition aims to bring the culture and history of Polish women and the progress of women empowerment in Poland to audiences in South China to further the experience exchange and open dialogues. This exhibition is also one of the highlights of the year of 2018 which marks the 100th Anniversary for Poland’s Independence.
The exhibition presents the profiles of more than a dozen women, who played a major role in the creation of Polish Nation. Their work - in politics, education, culture, management and the army – had changed the life of local individuals, communities and the whole nation. Among them there are the ones whose names are well known outside of Poland as well the ones who remain unknown to the world. Their stories have to be taken out of the shadows and introduced in the wide historical and sociological context.