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18.06.2022 Lodz Fotofestiwal 2022 Fot: Lukasz Szelag / Fotofestiwal

Afterparty: Disko Zakvas

Afterparty: Disko Zakvas

DATE
22.06
HOUR
22:00
PLACE
Willa, Żeromskiego 117

This is the last Saturday of this festival, so it’s time to pull an ace out of your sleeve.

A unique DJ collective comprising curators, producers and all sorts of cultural event specialists. For such all-rounders, stepping into the boots of DJs was only a matter of time, and once they jumped on board, they just can’t quit. This year, they opened the Triennale of Photography in Hamburg, and they’re already getting calls from the organisers of a certain legendary parade… As befits the age of 30+ and representatives of their cultural bubble, they are attracted to the world music, sounds of the 1980’s and conservative techno. What distinguishes them are their colourful outfits and the fact that they keep discovering new functions of the buttons on their DJ mixer. This makes the parties even more unpredictable, and the music carries us until the morning.

tickets: 20 pln, Fotofestiwal carnet: free

 

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Villa, Żeromskiego 117

DID YOU KNOW that the villa in Poniatowski Park was built for the vice president of Łódź?

In 1910, the residents of Łódź gained a beautiful new place: the garden at Pańska Street (today: Żeromskiego Street). Since 1917, the park was named after Prince Józef Poniatowski. Being one of the largest parks in the city, it combines the features of a formal French garden and a natural-looking English landscape park. The wide park avenues were not only intended for pedestrians – two carriages could pass each other easily on them. 

Among the park’s beautiful trees, there is a villa built between 1920 and 1925 by great architect Wieslaw Lisowski. The villa was likely intended as a residence for the vice president of Łódź, Wacław Wojewódzki, or Tadeusz Waryński. After WWII, the building housed a kindergarten and then a health centre. Today, the Willa club is located there. 

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