Events

19Jul2022

'Ask No Questions' by Eva Collins - the book launch

AIPA members Irena Zdanowicz, Zofia and Jan Pakulski, Alexandra and Julian Dunwill attended a book launch of AIPA’s long-standing member Eva Collins. The launch was MC’ed by Rosie Lew, AM, a philanthropist supporting education, medical research, and the arts. She has been involved with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute since 1991 and was instrumental in […]
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30Jun2022

Polish Aid to Ukrainian Museums and National Heritage Amid Russia’s Invasion

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA)invites you to watch a recorded Webinar. The recording is now available on AIPA YouTube channel here. Many countries are helping Ukraine protect its museum collections and conserve its National Heritage that is threatened, or has been damaged, and destroyed  by Russia’s devastating war.From the very first days of […]
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22Jun2022

Zaproszenie na seminarium "Elitarne szkoły w Polsce po 1989 roku

AIPA President, Dr Alexandra Margaret Dunwill, has been invited to present her research findings at the webinar organised by the Laboratory of Analysis of the Transformation of Elites and Intelligentsia, #Elitylab UW, operating at the Faculty of Artes Liberales, University of Warsaw.Please see the invitation below for more details. Szanowni Państwo,  Laboratorium Analiz Transformacji Elit […]
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20Jun2022

Polish aid to Ukrainian museums and national heritage: SAVE THE DATE: 14 JULY 2022

Dear AIPA Members and Friends, I would like to alert you to a forthcoming Zoom webinar that is being organised by AIPA, about Polish assistance to Ukrainian Museums following the Russian invasion. The webinar is scheduled to take place on 14 July 2022, 18:00–19:30 (AEST) / 10.00–11.30 (Polish time) It will be conducted in English […]
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02May2022

Zygmunt Sieradzki - the evening with poetry

In Sydney and Melbourne, AIPA has organized the events with both a social and a cultural focus. The guest of honour was a film producer, the author, and poet, Mr Zygmunt Sieradzki. He talked about his recently published poetry book, Accidental Kameleon (not a spelling mistake), and a documentary about his mother Wanda Sieradzka was […]
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