From Thursday to Sunday (November 14-17, 2019), meetings with design will take place in Krakow. This year's edition of the event will be marked by talks and workshops on design, interior design and fashion, with Robert Konieczny as its special guest.
Designed, or Krakow Meetings with Design is an event created on the initiative of the School of Interiors and Spaces. It is part of the Art to the Thing series organized by the City of Cracow. Participants will be treated to exhibitions, meetings, debates and free workshops on logo design or lampshade making.
The event will begin on November 14 at 5:00 p.m. at the School of Interiors and Spaces at 52 Zamoyskiego St. The Krakow Meetings with Dizjan will open with the exhibition Photospaces, where students will present their perspective on the topic of space design. Thursday will also feature a meeting with Milan-based designers Emma Scolari and Zuzanna Niespor, as well as a debate on the first steps a budding interior designer should take.
In turn, on Friday, November 15, the School of Interiors and Spaces will host master class lectures. Professor Wladyslaw Pluta will speak about creating a logotype, and Professor Piotr Bozyk will speak about conceptual design. On Saturday, participants will be able to take part in a jewelry-making workshop and a meeting with young designers Joanna Sieradzan, who deals with furniture design, and Natalia Wieteska, who will talk about participating in an exhibition for young designers as part of Salone del Mobile in Milan.
This year, Solvay Park gallery has joined the Designed program, which will host the opening of an exhibition of fashion photography by Marzena Kolarz, a lecturer at the School of Creative Photography, on Friday, and a fair organized in cooperation with the Krakow Design Festival on Saturday. At the Solvay Park gallery, in addition to learning about the offer of companies related to design and interior design, participants will have the opportunity to take part in a master class led by Robert Konieczny.
Admission is free of charge. More information and registration for individual events are available on the organizers' website.