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Strona internetowa wykonana w ramach projektu nr CZ.11.4.120/0.0/0.0/15_006/0000086 pn „Bolesławiec-Vrchlabí – aktywna transgraniczna współpraca muzeów”, dofinansowanego przez Unię Europejską ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach Programu INTERREG V-A Republika Czeska – Polska 2014-2020.

National exibitions

“Created from clay” exhibition

The idea to prepare a travelling exhibition showing the history of Bolesławiec ceramics in a cross-section manner was born in 2015. The exhibition under the working title “Created from clay” is very popular and has been presented in many museums throughout Poland in recent years. It includes several hundred products, from the 15th-century archaeological vessels to contemporary collections featuring various forms and decoration patterns. In 2015-2019, the exhibition was presented in the following museums:
– Castle Museum in Oświęcim, ‚Beauty on the holiday table. Ceramics of Bolesławiec. Exhibition from the collections of the Ceramics Museum in Bolesławiec „,

2017
– Museum of the Wschowska Region, ‚- Museum of the Kujawy and Dobrzyń Lands in Włocławek, ‚Made of clay. Exhibition from the collections of the Ceramics Museum in Bolesławiec „,
– Regional Museum in Chojnów, ‚Made of clay. Exhibition from the collections of the Ceramics Museum in Bolesławiec „,

2019
– Museum of the Kępińska Region T.P. Potworowski in Kępno, ‚Made of clay. Exhibition from the collections of the Ceramics Museum in Bolesławiec „,
– Museum – Vistula Ethnographic Park in Wygiełzów and Lipowiec Castle, ‚Made of clay. Exhibition from the collections of the Ceramics Museum in Bolesławiec „

2015
– Lusatian Museum, Zgorzelec, “Bolesławiec ceramics in the past and today”;
– Museum of Copper, Legnica, “Created from clay. Stoneware from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”

2016
– Florian Ceynowa Museum of the Puck Land, Puck, “The development of Bolesławiec stoneware from the 15th century to the 21st century”;
– Castle Museum, Oświęcim, “Beauty on the holiday table. Ceramics of Bolesławiec. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;

2017
– Museum of the Wschowa Land, “Created from clay. Stoneware from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;
– Museum of the Kuyawian and Dobrzyń Land, Włocławek, “Created from clay. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;
– Regional Museum, Chojnów, “Created from clay. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;

2019
– T.P. Potworowski Museum of the Kępno Land, Kępno, “Created from clay. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;
– Museum – Vistula Ethnographic Park in Wygiełzów and the Lipowiec Castle, “Created from clay. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec”;

Collective exhibitions
The Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec also rents its exhibits for thematic exhibitions organised by museums throughout Poland. In 2015-2019, items from Bolesławiec were presented in the following museums:

2015
– Regional Museum, Chojnów, “Bronisław Wolanin – ceramics. Exhibition from the collection of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec „;

2016
– J. Dekert Lubusz Museum, Gorzów Wielkopolski, “Artistic ceramics of Bolesławiec from 1914-1945”;
2018
– E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts, Wrocław, “Bronisław Wolanin – ceramics and drawings”;

2019
– Regional Museum, Chojnów, “About Silesia – ethnographically”,
– National Museum, Kielce, “About lords’ tables and banquets. Feasting in the olden days”;
– Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle, Szczecin “About lords’ tables and banquets. Feasting in the olden days”;

Deposits
The Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec also rents exhibits for permanent exhibitions in the form of long-term deposits. The items from Bolesławiec are currently presented in the following museums:
– Regional Museum, Lubań;
– Carl and Gerhart Hauptmann’s House, Szklarska Poręba, Branch of the Karkonosze Museum in Jelenia Góra;
– Pan Tadeusz Museum of the Ossoliński National Institute, Wrocław;

 

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