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Inauguration of the Women's Concentration Camp Experience

Welcome to the opening of the Polish traveling exhibition Women's Concentration Camp Experience, which tells the story of women's experiences in German concentration camps during World War II.

Reproductions of around seventy drawings and watercolors made in the camps are shown here, together with stories from archive material. There are also large paintings and installations by contemporary Polish artists, who have inherited memories of the camp trauma.

The exhibition has been designed by Professor Barbara Czarnecka from the University of Bialystok in Poland, author of two scientific books about women's experiences in concentration camps.

Opening in the Auditorium at 15:XNUMX p.m.:
Akane Kusakabe plays music on the grand piano in the Auditorium, and then museum director Gustav Olsson welcomes everyone. Afterwards, Professor Barbara Czarnecka talks about the exhibition, together with Robert Szaniawski, director of the Polish Institute in Stockholm. We offer drinks and snacks.

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