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Memories: Partner Ne...

Memories: Partner Network Meeting in Elblag - part II

In C. Norwid Library Joanna Sroka, Ewa Chlebus and Tomasz Jabłoński acquainting visitors with the history of the historic library of Library in Elblag. They also make a presentation of cimelia from the collections of Elblag Library. Another presentation was about the examples of restoration works. At the end of the meeting Tomasz Jabłoński showed the way of digitization process.

During meeting in Elblag Ciconia Partners also went to Art Centre Gallery El where Marta Demko and Maciej Olewniczak told about the history of Galley El, they presented us the actual exhibition: ,,Prosta nieskończona” Anny Szprynger and Zbigniew Chrostek paintings.

All Partners also participated in a concert, specially prepared and performed by Elbląg String Quartet. In the concert participate the musicians from Elblag Chamber Orchestra: Mariusz Mruszek, Beata Rodak – Wójtowicz, Hubert Ostrowski and Michał Piwowarczyk. The String Quartet presented ,,String Quartet F – dur” created by Maurice Ravel and ,,String Quartet no. 4 in E minor” of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.

After the concert we prepared some surprise for our quests. They had AQUA FITNESS. It was a nice accent to the ending of a long day.

During second day Project Partners had a meeting for discussion about future work process. Meeting in Elblag was really successful. Through the whole conversation during the partner meeting we talked about issues of the current stage of the project, implemented ventures and further development connected with our join work on the project. The meeting was extremely productive not only in terms of content but also in terms of proximal cognition.

 
 

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