We are proud to present the Ambassadors for the Poland Pavilion.
We have invited artists, designers and creators of the Poland Pavilion to communicate the diverse landscape of Poland’s participation at Expo 2020 Dubai. We are focused on combining various experiences, competences, ways of thinking and sensitivity. Thank you for your cooperation!
Their vision and talent drives our show.
I hope that visiting the Poland Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will be an unforgettable, deep experience engaging all the senses. Our goal is to encourage a reflection on the role of the individuals in the world and allow everyone to see the wide range of influence of Polish products, ideas, goods and services.
Feel invited to visit Dubai and Poland Pavilion, to stop in the shade of its dynamic shape, to listen to the rustling wind, to surrender to the spell of the kinetic sculpture surrounding the building and symbolizing the migration of birds. It will be a unique experience!
One picture is worth a 1000 words… in the case of Expo 2020 Dubai it’s like looking at this picture through a magnifying glass.
"We believe that we can make the Space and Earth cleaner, safer and sustainable by designing"
Especially for this occasion, I am designing a collection of unique clothes inspired by the nature of my region – Lubuskie, and I am also creating staging for a series of innovative fashion shows. Original solutions for displaying my projects are a kind of performative art for me, where I combine many mediums, such as clothing, sculpture, stage, movement, sounds, artistic installations, as well as adaptation in space-time."
"This is a unique opportunity to ask questions about the role of Expo in developing international repair and caring strategies and to critically reflect on the current role of us, humans, in the global ecosystem."
Poland is also a beautiful country with a very diverse landscape, where everyone can find something for themselves.
The Lodz Voivodship that I am honoured to represent, is a region attractive in terms of tourism, nature and economy. Situated in the centre of Poland, it provides opportunities for the economic development of many areas, and above all, it becomes a logistics centre for Central Europe. You can find interesting places here, from castles and palaces such as Nieborów, manors and museums, such as the Art Museum in Łódź, to unique attractions such as the thermal spa in Uniejów or the ski facility in the centre of Poland Góra Kamieńsk on the slope of the Bełchatów mine. The capital of the region is the multicultural and modern city of Łódź, the city of four cultures, which is one of the largest academic centres, boasting the second-largest opera stage in Poland and one of the largest in Europe, the Grand Theater in Łódź. Here, modernity harmonizes with tradition, industry and nature."
It is the first Expo organized in the Arab country. It has a special value – it helps to understand different cultures, to enhance tolerance, and to be more open.
Expo wouldn’t be the same without them
The Adam Mickiewicz Institute promotes Polish culture abroad, highlighting its exceptional and unique value. For over twenty years, we have been reaching foreign partners and opinion leaders with this message and, through them, recipients from all over the world. Expo in Dubai is another great opportunity for this. We will show the diversity and richness of Polish culture, both in the material and traditional sense, but also in the spheres of ideas and thinking about the future. And we approach this seriously, as Polish culture is very important; it is our greatest asset.
The collection of outfits will be created as part of a competition organized by the Faculty of Materials Technology and Textile Design of our University. The best designs will be selected from among the students’ final designs and then will be carefully refined and adapted to the needs of the staff of the Poland Pavilion, taking into account the climatic conditions.
Our students, who will serve at the Poland Pavilion in Dubai, will experience a fantastic lesson. They will feel how such events create a space for meetings, closeness and emotions; how experiences and memories are created, how magic is born, and relationships are established. They will also have the opportunity to look at the world through the prism of tourism, in particular, its sustainable development, which should take into account the green and digital directions of its transformation.
I hope that, during the world’s largest exhibition, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the future of the tourism sector, which needs to be made more resilient and sustainable, learning from the current crisis caused by the pandemic and anticipating new trends and consumer patterns. During Expo 2020 Dubai, we want to promote the ideas that guide us and the values that are closest to us. Our participation in this event is an important investment that will certainly benefit us all.
“When to an excellent and admirable natural disposition there is added a certain system and training of education, then from that combination arises an extraordinary perfection of character”. – these words of Cicero inspire students and scholars of the Bialystok University of Technology. We are extremely proud that our students have designed a temporary exhibition of the Podlaskie Region. Youthful creativity and innovation are combined with respect for nature and tradition. Using these elements we want to present the Podlaskie Region and the Bialystok University of Technology. A direct meeting with representatives of the business world can really increase interest in the commercialization of our scientific research results that concern global issues.
I am convinced that Expo 2020 Dubai will be a great success and that the Podlaskie Region and the Bialystok University of Technology will strengthen their position and recognition in the world.
Poland is a country of creative people who can make great things in every field. Poland is also a beautiful tourist country with a very diverse landscape, where everyone will find something for themselves. There are places and things here that you have not seen anywhere and you will definitely not see.
The Lodzkie Region is attractive place for tourists and business representatives. Situated in the center of Poland, it provides opportunities for the development of many areas of the economy, and above all, it becomes a logistics center for Central Europe. Tourists can also find interesting places here, from castles and palaces such as Nieborów, manors and museums, such as the Art Museum in Łódź, to unique attractions such as the thermal spa in Uniejów or the ski facility in the center of Poland Góra Kamieńsk on the slope of the mine Belchatow. The capital of the region is the multicultural and modern city of Łódź, the city of four cultures, which is one of the largest academic centers, boasting the second largest opera stage in Poland and one of the largest in Europe, the Grand Theater in Łódź. Here, modernity harmonizes with tradition, industry with nature.
It is worth mentioning that the work of Polish industrial designers is a unique catalyst for the development of all fields of technology and economy. New inventions, technical innovations and modern technologies respond to the current demand and investment in their development makes it possible to obtain funds for further development of advanced solutions. It is frequently the case that the form given to a new product by the designer determines its competitive advantage on the market because the consumer considers attractive design to be a significant selection criterion. On that account commercial success of an invention and its inventor’s remuneration are frequently connected with the work of an industrial designer, which work forms an essential link between the engineer’s workshop or a scientific laboratory and market environment.
Expo 2020 creates a unique opportunity for our entrepreneurs to gain new partners from these huge markets. That is why we are working very intensively on what Poland is going to offer.
The Sejm (the lower house of the Polish Parliament) of the Republic of Poland declared 2021 as the year of Stanisław Lem. This outstanding writer formulated many visionary descriptions of the cosmos that were way ahead of their time. In his “Star Diaries”, for example, he describes the problem of cosmic debris: “In their technical phase, every civilization slowly begins to sink into debris. This causes enormous problems, until it leads to the dumping of the debris into space. In order to avoid it interfering too much with cosmonautics, the debris is placed in a specially isolated orbit. This is how a growing ring of space landfills is created, and its presence allows one to identify a higher era of progress. Cosmic themes in the writer’s work will be presented in many ways in the Polish Pavilion, including in projects with the participation of the Polish Space Agency.
The World Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai is a unique opportunity to present Poland’s activity in the field of space, especially since the upcoming edition strongly emphasizes it through the planned Space Week and dedicated thematic paths.
They are responsible for our temporary exhibition
Marshal of the Podlaskie Region
Marshal of the Lodz Region
Marshal of the Lower Silesian Region
Marshal of the Warmian-Masurian Region
Marshal of the Lubuskie Region
Marshal of the Silesian Region
Marshal of the Kujawy-Pomeranian Region
Marshal of the Podkarpackie Region
Marshal of the Lubelskie Region