For the fourth time we have a pleasure to invite you to one of our favourite festivals at Mysia 3 Shopping Centre. Two queens – coffee and tea – will reign at the October edition of one our cyclical events – the Festival of Tea and Coffee.
They travelled thousands of kilometres, visited 33 cities and over 170 cafes. They drank hectolitres of coffee and ate tones of cake, but above all, they met wonderful people and learned their inspiring stories. Coffee Spots Polska guide describes all Polish independent cafes with speciality coffee and tells the story of the third wave coffee in Poland. It is also a compendium of knowledge of coffee provenance, roasting and brewing. USTA is media patron of the book.
Leica 6×7 Gallery Warsaw hosts the first solo exhibition of Alicja Biala in Warsaw. The exhibition titled „Polska” is an extensive presentation of photo-collages from the „Polish Cut-Outs” cycle. This series was initially created as visual illustrations to the poems of Marcin Świetlicki „Polska, wiązanka pieśni patriotycznych” („Poland, a Series of Patriotic Songs”) to finally turn into a performance„Polska bez obrazy”. („Poland no Offence”).
We have a pleasure to invite you to the second edition of Crops – The Festival of the Countryside. Last year’s event in Warsaw had a fantastic turnout and this is why we decided to organise the Festival again. There will be delicious products straight from the field, unique handicraft, natural cosmetics as well as discussions about modern farming methods.
Open air, low-key concerts, stargazing, and little feasts all await you at the extraordinary Breaths Festival (Pl. Tchnienia). The Festival takes place in an ancient Orthodox church in Baligród in the Jabłonka River Valley, in late August, early September. USTA Magazine is media patron on the event!
For the first time USTA Magazine invites you to the “Eye on…” event in Krakow. Another episode of our series of events organised together with PURO hotels will take place on September 22. Come and join us!
The summer issue of the USTA Magazine is dedicated to the everyday life. We will take a look at it from philosophical, architectural, cultural and, of course, culinary perspective. We bring you both a dose of reflection, like our material on zero waste, and homey, summer treats.