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Deluge, flood

Deluge, flood

Category: News

Published: 02.07.2008

How to control water? Are we threatened by flooding? How to protect ourselves against flooding? Those are the questions addressed by our new exhibition which opened on 30 June in the Spichlerze Hall on Ołowianka Island.


Maritime Culture Centre

Maritime Culture Centre

Category: News

Published: 19.06.2008

Redevelopment and expansion of the cultural infrastructure of the Polish Maritime Museum for the purposes of the Maritime Culture Centre.


Women Painting the Sea

Women Painting the Sea

Category: News

Published: 28.05.2008

"Women Painting the Sea" is a continuation of a series presenting maritime and river landscape paintings from the Polish museums’ collections. This year’s exhibition attempts to introduce to the wider public works of Polish women artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.


Wild Nature

Wild Nature

Category: News

Published: 29.04.2008

From 30th April you can see phenomenal wild nature photographs in the Polish Maritime Museum. The international showcase is made up of pictures which won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2007 award organised by the BBC Wildlife Magazine and Natural History Museum in London.

Project Lagomar completed

Project Lagomar completed

Category: News

Published: 08.04.2008

At the end of the year 2007 The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk has finished an international project financed by European fund UE INTERREG III B. Project LAGOMAR - Natural and cultural heritage in the southern Baltic Sea - challenges and perspectives for regional development.


Exhibition: Michał Leszczyński-Lester

Exhibition: Michał Leszczyński-Lester

Category: News

Published: 26.02.2008

Michał Antoni Leszczyński, better known in the Atlantic region as Michael Lester, had a life as colourful and full of contrasts as his pictures, filled with vivid tropical colours and unbelievable sunshine. He was a patriot in exile, an artist and a sailor. His hands were skilful at mending the rough canvas in his sailboat and equally skilful at painting on canvas.

Leszczyński-Lester Sea Captain, Painter

Leszczyński-Lester Sea Captain, Painter

Category: News

Published: 22.02.2008

"A book which guides the reader along the footsteps of the creative genius of an artist who dedicated his life to art and aesthetic studies. As we follow him we find out about how he learnt about the world and looked beyond the conventions of theory and practice searching for content in art.


Vistula delta’s history and settlement over centuries

Vistula delta’s history and settlement over centuries

Category: News

Published: 19.02.2008

The Vistula Museum in Tczew invites the visitors to see its new exhibition presenting the Vistula delta’s history and settlement over centuries.


Ours new marine painting

Ours new marine painting

Category: News

Published: 15.11.2007

Jacek Malczewski has painted only four paintings with the sea as background. One of them has just been purchased by the Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. "Dame Portrait with Sea Background" probably shows Maria Balowa – Malczewski’s "femme fatale".


The Internet’s Role in Education

The Internet’s Role in Education

Category: News

Published: 15.11.2007

The role of the Internet and new communication technologies in the education process cannot be overestimated and is still growing in the contemporary world. And also the unlimited capacity of the Internet and much improved multimedia tools enable projects which not long ago were only unattainable dreams.


MarMuCommerce completed

MarMuCommerce completed

Category: News

Published: 25.10.2007

We are happy to inform you that The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk has completed the EU project MarMuCommerce with a conference entitled "Museum Seeking Customers" which took place on 26th October 2007. Representatives of all the museums in the region participated in it.


Nature Morte

Nature Morte

Category: News

Published: 18.10.2007

Carl Linnaeus and Michel Östlund together make a duo which provided the basis for the Nature Morte Exhibition which will be inaugurated on the 25th of October in the Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. The exhibition is one of the events celebrating Linnaeus’ 300th birthday and has been organised by the Consulate General of Sweden in Gdansk.


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