The Seeing Is (Not) Believing program presents an exhibition of works by Sladjan Nedeljkovic and Roland Schefferski and is accompanied by a Polish-German discussion – Rozmowa/Gespräch (a Conversation) – during which curators, art theoreticians, artists and the directors of both partner institutions will take up issues of contemporary visual culture. The exhbition is organized by the National Museum in Szczecin, in cooperation with Rostock Kunsthalle.  more

On Monday, December 13th 2021, at 1:00 P.M., at pl. Solidarności an anniversary exhibition "1981. Stan »W«” will be open. more

“Community” is the theme taken up by DUOS Festival pairings of artists from Kenya and from Poland, who are celebrating the culture of the country's coastal region as part of the “Transcultural Perspectives in Art and Art Education” (TPAAE) project that aims to shine a light on shared influences in art made in Africa and in Europe. The works on display at the National Museum in Szczecin first were shown in Kilifi, a town on Kenya's Indian Ocean coastline that is the locus of several TPAAE initiatives. more

"Women Power" continues DUOS Festival collaborations between artists from Kenya and from Poland, who are providing audiences with a practical look at shared influences of art made in Africa and in Europe. Initiated by the Academy of Art in Szczecin and in partnership with an array of international institutions, the exchanges celebrate the strength and solidarity of women in East Africa that has endured since the region's successful struggle for independence from their Colonial rulers more than a half-century ago. more

The occasion to present art of East Africa, which has rarely been displayed at The National Museum in Szczecin, was the paricipation of our institution in the project entitled "Transcultural Perspectives in Art and Art Education" (TPAAE), financed within Horizon 2020 UE research and innovation programme, carried out in Kenya.   more

The exhibition has been extended until the end of September 2022. It may be seen in the northern wing of the Museum facility at Wały Chrobrego. The exposition is a draft of the planned permanent Gallery of European Painting from the collection of The National Museum in Szczecin.     more