“Throughout “Disco Relaks”, we showcase the origins of proto-disco-polo in the 1960s and the 70s, focus on disco polo’s affair with the turbo-capitalism of the 1990s, and display the modern-day genre-specific references in contemporary art and alternative music. In the very center of the exhibition, the sensual disco polo of women reigns supreme. You may be familiar with songs by Shazza and La Strada, but what about Magda Durecka and Renata Dąbkowska? Visit “Disco Relaks” if this is the first time you’ve heard about them!”
“The third edition of the Open Day on Saturday 19 October will be an ideal opportunity to explore our historic campus, find out more about the recruitment process and scholarship schemes to study at the College of Europe in the academic year 2020-2021 (admissions open on the 1st of October!), and meet our current students and staff members.
In the programme: presentations of our advanced Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies, visits of the Natolin Library (one of the biggest libraries specializing in European Studies in our part of Europe), meetings with the Natolin Careers Office, film screenings, visits of the Natolin Palace, and last but not least, hot-chocolate and cookies!”
14) Make Pierogi (Traditional Polish Dumplings) from scratch
No trip to Poland is complete unless you try the famous Polish dumplings. Or, even better, learn how to make them yourself.
The name of this dish probably derives from the Polish verb “to drink”, making pierogi the ultimate choice for party food. The class ends with pierogi lunch or dinner, so we strongly advise you to come hungry.