The Academy of the Finest of Arts is a unique place on the map of Woodstock Festival Poland. It is a place where we invite authorities in the field of arts, culture, science, politics and charity. We are delighted to have been able to host talks by Nobel Peace laureate Lech Wałęsa and Oscar winner Andrzej Wajda. We welcomed politicians, who spoke openly with the young audience, encouraging them to think more about the world, their country, and their own place in the life of Poland. We held conversations with religious leaders who spoke with the audience and exchanged profound ideas of tolerance, understanding and peaceful dialogue between each other. Artists and charity activists inspired and advocated for change.
We believe that the festival goers are co-creators of our event, that's why we would like to ask for your recommendations - who should appear as AFA guest during the upcoming Woodstock Festival Poland? Send us your picks via e-mail and on Facebook.
AFA is also a place devoted to different NGO activities. You can apply to appear at the AFA hill during this edition of the festival. Send the application to [email protected] and make sure to follow the Rules & Regulations for NGOs appearing at Woodstock Festival Poland.
Please bear in mind that we are unable to cover the organization's travel and accommodation expenses!
An eminent Polish director, a winner of Oscar (2000), an author of important films, a legend of the Polish cinematography – Andrzej Wajda will come to Przystanek Woodstock to talk to young Poles in the Academy of the Finest Arts.
An outstanding Polish actor, who, for the sake of his audience, may become a policemen or a teacher, who entertained and touched, who created the best characters in Polish cinematography, a brave, resolute and open person – Marek Kondrat.
2010 sees the 200th anniversary of Fryderyk Chopin’s birth. On this occasion, numerous concerts, galas and other artistic events commemorating the life and work of the famous composer will be organized both in Poland and worldwide.