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Open city calling!

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Zaplanuj kreatywność

Plan creativity
Wojciech Przybylski
Tworzyć znaczy być
To create is to be
Agnieszka Rozner
Filozofia jako polityka kulturalna
Philosophy as a cultural policy
Jan Klata, Danuta Hübner, Mateusz Zmyślony, Mateusz Kołek, Sara Koślińska
Słownik polityki kulturalnej. Ankieta
The dictionary of cultural policy. Survey
Przemysław Czapliński
Ekonomia, kultura i głębsze znaczenie
Economy, culture and deeper meaning
Z Piotrem Czerskim rozmawia Maciej Kuziemski
Interview with Piotr Czerski by Maciej Kuziemski
Dobrze jest, psiakrew
Damn, everything's all right!
Sergey Filippov i Stéphanie Lepczynski
Cyfrowa fragmentaryzacja Europy
Digital fragmentation of Europe
Z Włodzisławem Duchem rozmawia Marcin Kilanowski
Interview with Włodzisław Duch by Marcin Kilanowski
Mamy dużo do zrobienia
There is a lot to be done
Grzegorz Lewicki
Czas Jagiellonów bez zagonów
The Age of Jagiellonian Lacklands
Michał Starczewski i Lidia Stępińska-Utasiak
Nauka w czasach zmiany
Science in the time of transition
Marcin Kilanowski i Hanna Sankowska
Kopernikański model nauczania. By odkrywać i tworzyć bez ograniczeń
Kopernikanian style of education. To invent and create without limitations
Z Tomaszem Makowskim rozmawia Magdalena Malińska
Interview with Tomasz Makowski by Magdalena Malińska
Selfie na tle ściany książek
Selfie in front of a bookshelf
Stanisław Skarżyński
A Wisła poniesie nas z Warszawy na Wawel. O polityce PiS wobec kultury
And Wisła shall bear us from Warsaw to Wawel. About PiS's policy against culture
Philip Bujak
Hodowla kreatywności
Creativity farm
Richard Berkeley
Głuchy smartfon
Deaf smartphone

Zmierz Twórczość

Measure creativity
Filip Konopczyński
Innowacyjna edukacja. Studium polskie
Innovative education. Case: Poland
Marta Sienkiewicz
Retroinnowacja na rzecz polityki kulturalnej
Retroinnovation for the cultural policy
Helena Chmielewska-Szlajfer
Sztuka (a)społeczna
(Anti)social art
Tomasz Kasprowicz
Miara innowacji
Innovation's measure
Katarzyna Zachariasz
Praca zbiorowa
Collective work
Anna Kuczyńska
Czy burze mózgów zabiją kreatywność?
Is brainstorming going to kill creativity?
Michał Smoleń
Nowy wspaniały rynek
Brave New E-book Market
Kazimierz Popławski
Cud Estonii. Droga do sukcesu
Estonia's Digital Lifestyle

Zainkasuj innowacyjność

Collect innovation
Jędrzej Burszta
Zaangażowane plemiona. Społecznościowe formy finansowania kultury
Tribes involved. Social forms of financing culture
Lucyna Górnicka
Twórczość, własność, dostępność
Intellectual property rights need a revision
Olga Urbańska
Raport o crowdfundingu
Crowdfunding – new mechanism to finance culture
Maria Karpińska
Zrób sobie operę
Opera DYI

Polityka idee

Politic ideas
Marcin Kacperek
Rola Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej w Niemieckiej Ostpolitik
The role of Middle-Eastern Europe in German Ostpolitik
Z Judy Dempsey rozmawia Wojciech Przybylski
Interview with Judy Dempsey by Wojciech Przybylski
Samozadowolenie i europejska strefa wygody. Niepowszednie zrozumienie niebezpieczeństwa
Complacency and European comfort zone. Uncommon understanding of the danger
Eric Maurice
Trójkąt Karoliński
Carolingian Triangle
Z Franēois Géré rozmawia Wojciech Przybylski
Interview with Franēois Géré by Wojciech Przybylski
Francja potrzebuje Polski w relacjach z Niemcami
France needs Poland in its realtions with Germany
Agnieszka Rostkowska
Rozsypane puzzle Europy
Scattered pieces of European jigsaw puzzle

Mobilizacje

Mobilizations
Jacek Kucharczyk
Klęska frekwencyjna. I co dalej?
Turnout defeat. And then what?
Anna Wójcik
Mobilizacja wolnych strzelców
The mobilization of freelancers
Wojciech Engelking
Pokój pokoleń
Generations' truce
Agata Chełstowska
Kobieto! Nie podoba się, to wyjedź!
Woman! If you don't like it here, than leave!
Piotr Kubiński
Grą opowiedzieć konflikt
Publicystyczne gry wideo Raid Gaza! i Save Israel
Telling The Story of Gaza: Newsgames Raid Gaza! and Save Israel

Res musica

Piotr Szwed
Rap Genius, czyli hiperczytanie
Rap Genius - hiperreading

Książki

Book reviews
Piotr Górski
Sandel, czyli zaproszenie do rozmowy o wartościach
Sandel – an invitation to the conversation about values
Szymon Wróbel
Refleksyjność aporetyczna. Na marginesach książki Roberta Piłata Aporie samowiedzy
On the margins of Robert Piłat's book Aporias of self-knowledge

Miasto mówi murami

The city speaks through it's walls
Andrzej Leder
Cytrynowe prosię
Lemon pig

Felieton polityczny

Political essay
Maciej Trząski
Restauracja polityki
Politician's restaurant

Fotoesej

Photo essay
O fotografiach pisze Jędrzej Sokołowski
Essay about photos: Jędrzej Sokołowski
Sacred defense
Wawrzyniec Kolbusz


 

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