Accessibility – Grodzka 5a office
Workshops of Culture are located at ul.Grodzka 5a inside a historical building that is not fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Our website describes the accessibility of the building, including vital passageways. We will be happy to assist any disabled wishing to visit us despite the difficulties. Our team has been trained in basic assistance for disabled persons.
The closest parking area for persons with disabilities is in front of the Cathedral, about 300 metres away from the offices of Workshops of Culture. For more information about parking spaces in the area, please visit www.kopertywmiescie.pl. The streets of the Old Town are cobblestone-covered, therefore covering the distance from the parking lot to the building may require assistance.
See below for photographs showing the building and interior passages leading from the main entrance to the auditorium located on the second floor. Anyone in need of assistance in climbing the stairs or in need of any additional information concerning the accessibility of our building, should e-mail us at: email@example.com or call us at tel.no. 81 533 08 18
passageway leading to the staircase
Staircase- view from ground floor
Staircase – view from the landing
Staircase = view from second floor
Toilet on 2nd Floor
Auditorium on 2nd Floor
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Karolina is reponsible for the programme of The Jagiellonian Fair and “Słowodaję” (I give you my word) Meetings of Storytellers. Holds an MA in Cultural Studies with a focus on ethnology and folklore/art and tourism. She cooperates with Kultura Enter Foundation.
At Workshops of Culture, Katarzyna supervises and takes care of volunteers, interns and trainees. Enthusiast of Mexican art, J.M.Coetzee’s prose and a seeker of unknown music that she has never heard.
Traditional Culture Department Holds a PhD in humanities. His PhD examines Polish traditional culture in Polish communities in northern France. Since 2009, he has been involved in popularising and propagating traditional culture. He has a penchant for singing. He finds inspiration in Ukrainian and Russian but most of all Polish songs, especially from the Kurpie […]