I’m delighted to invite you to Scotland’s first Festival of Polish Art for Children the ‘’KITE AND TRUMPET’.

For eleven days, in the Summerhall, the Scottish Storytelling Centre, and the North Edinburgh Arts Centre  younger and quite older citizens of Edinburgh can take part in creative workshops, admire beautifully illustrated Polish books, play with quality toys and games crafted in Poland and be inspired by fantastic theatre performances.

THE FESTIVAL WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE BEST OF Polish Art and Design dedicated to children.


Pola Amber

Artistic and Executive Director of ‘KITE AND TRUMPET’ Festival of Polish Art for Children

Kite and Trumpet Festival is organised by Pola Amber and the Polish Cultural Festival Association in collaboration with Fabryka Sztuki in Lodz and Teatr Chorea.
Polish Cultural Festival Association (PCFA) empowers, develops and supports Polish Community in Scotland to promote integration, participation and multicultural dialogue. We are a non-for-profit (social enterprise) community organisation incorporated in 2008 with the aim of supporting Polish-Scottish integration and to promote Polish culture and heritage.

More information @ www.pcfa.org.uk

The Art Factory in Łódź is a cultural institution situated on the premises of the 19th-century factory in the Priest’s Mill (Księży Młyn). It was created jointly by Łódź Art Center, Chorea Theatre Association and The City of Łódź Office in January 2007. The activities of the Art Factory are mostly focused on theatre, modern art and art education. The Factory regularly organizes educational projects which are now a permanent part of the cultural events calendar in Łódź. It prepares a series of lectures and meetings with artists and leading experts of culture and art, as well as seminars and workshops. It also carries out music projects and concerts. Another vital element of the activities of the Art Factory is joining in the organization of three large international artistic projects – two organized by Łódź Art Center (Fotofestiwal – Internationa Festival of Photography and Łódź Design Festival) and one organized by Chorea (RETRO/PER/SPECTIVIES: Chorea – Theatre Festival). The final area where the Art Factory is operating are activities aiming at providing support for entrepreneurship in culture and development of creative industries.

More information @ www.fabrykasztuki.org/eng/

Project funders: Polish Ministry Of Culture And National Heritage, Creative Scotland, The Consulate General Of The Republic Of Poland Edinburgh, The Warsaw City Council,  Polish Cultural Institute, ScotRail, Foundation Scotland, Bemis, The Scottish Government, The City Of Edinburgh Council.

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