Posted on 16/10/2012
A special exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of the Polish Library in London and its particular connection with the Joseph Conrad Society (U.K.)
Gallery of the Polish Social & Cultural Centre
238-246 King Street,
London W6 0RF
26 November – 20 December 2012
10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
The exhibition is a joint venture of the Polish Library, the Joseph Conrad Society, and the Heritage Museum at Canterbury, and will open on Sunday, 25th November at 5 p.m. with a talk by Professor Robert Hampson on Conrad’s Polish roots and the cosmopolitan nature of his writing. All are welcome to this event and to the exhibition of letters, artifacts, and photographs that will be on display throughout the following month.
Entrance to the exhibition is free and you are welcome to visit at any time during its opening hours.
Download the full announcement (PDF)