|Early Bird Members Fee [on or before 31 July 2017] EUR 850|
|Regular Members Fee [after 31 July 2017] EUR 950|
|Non-member Fee EUR 1850|
|Accompanying person Fee EUR 250|
The registration fee includes access to all Symposium sessions, materials, publications, related events, welcome drink, two dinners and two lunches.
For partners travelling with delegates, the accompanying person fee includes attendances to two dinners, cultural events and other social events.
A surcharge of 4% service costs is added to the fee.
Exhibition at the University of Arts in Poznan
|19:00||Welcome dinner at IBB Andersia Hotel|
|09:30 – 13:00||Keynote speeches & round table discussions|
|13:00 – 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 – 17:00||Mobile visits|
|18:00 - 18:30||Gathering at the Town hall & announcement of the winner of student competition|
|18:30||Trio Targanescu Concert at the Town hall|
|20:00||Poznan Home Dinners|
|Keynote speeches & round table discussions|
|Performance at Nowy Theatre (optional)
The Culinary Workshop will be held at SPOT., a modern place unique in respect of its offer and image, combining various experience and phenomena (art, design, literature, fashion, decoration, cuisine, sports), established not only to sell attractive services and objects, but also to spend time creatively. During the workshop, you will be preparing the most known Polish dishes.
Visit this magnificent baroque-classisistic palace of the Raczynski Family, built in 1770s. The complex consists of a palace with two out-buildings, a french-style park and horse-cabs house. In the right (northern) out-buldings there’s a collection of rememberances of Edward Raczynski, the last president of Poland in exile.
More info: Rogalin Palace website
A native of Delhi, India where he studied printmaking and painting at the College of Art; Shaurya Kumar graduated with his MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2007. Since 2001, Kumar has been involved in numerous prestigious research projects, like “The Paintings of India” (a series of 26 documentary films on the painting tradition of India); "Handmade in India" (an encyclopedia on the handicraft traditions of India); and digital restorations of 6th century Buddhist mural paintings from the caves of Ajanta.
Kumar's work has exhibited widely across the US and in countries including India, Taiwan, China, Poland, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, U.K., Norway, France, Australia and Finland among many others. His works have been installed at venues including the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum (formerly Victoria & Albert Museum, Mumbai); Gallery Odyssey, Mumbai; UNM Art Museum, Albuquerque; SCA Contemporary, Albuquerque; Queens Museum, NYC; Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul; Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai; Artifact Gallery, NYC; LACDA, Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Fine Arts, Georgia; Schneider Museum of Art, Oregon; Charleston Heights Art Center, Las Vegas; TamTam Gallery, Taiwan; Guanlan Printmaking Base, China among many others. Kumar’s work was also featured in international art fairs including India Art Fair and Dubai Art Fair.
Kumar has presented research and scholarly papers at institutions including the Art Institute of Chicago, College Art Association, SGC International, International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA), International Digital Media Arts Association (iDMAa) among others.
Shaurya Kumar currently lives and works in Chicago, IL and teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Poznan is a walkable city, with most major sites in the city centre.