From now on all the details about all the events hosted both in the Manggha Museum as well as in the Europe Far-East Gallery will be posted on the Museum website http://www.manggha.pl in the “News” and “Events” sections, as well as on our Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/
From June 27th the new Gallery is officially open to public. During the Doors Open Day we hosted opening ceremonies of the “Wróblewski According to Wajda” http://www.manggha.pl/exhibition/36 and Yang Fu Dong’s „Flutter, Flutter… Jasmine, Jasmine…” exhibitions http://www.manggha.pl/exhibition/37 as well as robotic workshops for children and youth. Workshops, conducted by the designers of the EuGenius museum robot, were…More
The 6th Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS) General Conference will be held at Weltmuseum Wien (World Museum Vienna), Austria, from 24th to 27th September 2014. It will present the idea and the framework program of the forthcoming Europe-Far East Gallery. More info on ASEMUS and the conference can be found here: http://asemus.museum/conferences/ More info coming soon…More
Check out our investment progress. Construction works are now pending at the second floor of the new Europe-Far East Gallery building.
On 18 June, the cornerstone was laid for the Europe–Far East Gallery. The ceremony was attended by Małgorzata Omilanowska, Minister of Culture and National Heritage, and by her predecessor, Bogdan Zdrojewski, as well as the Founders of the Manggha Museum, Andrzej Wajda and Krystyna Zachwatowicz.