Polish art exhibition to go on show in Hatfield

06:00 07 September 2013

Michal Siewniak is one of the event's organisers

Michal Siewniak is one of the event's organisers

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AN exhibition showing off artwork created by the area’s Polish community is set to go on display in Hatfield.

The free display – titled Celebrating the Art of the Polish Community – will be at the Mill Green Museum tomorrow (Sunday).

It has been organised by the Welwyn Hatfield Polish Community Forum and CVS Broxbourne and East Herts.

Michal Siewniak, who has helped to arrange the exhibition, said: “The event will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase and highlight the work of many migrants in the area as well as allow many members of the Polish community to display their work.

“The event is designed to be good fun, promote art and gather the local community.”

The exhibition, which starts at 3pm, will also include children’s entertainment, live music and refreshments.

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  • No doubt the star exhibit will be a statue made from empty cans of Tyskie and Warka......

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    Saturday, September 7, 2013

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