Biennale Warszawa is an interdisciplinary cultural institution conducting artistic, research, educational, and social activities. It operates at the intersection of various disciplines, combining the area of culture and art with the area of theory and research, as well as social activism.
Biennale Warszawa’s work is managed by a curatorial team and based on cooperation with other entities: cultural institutions, NGOs, social initiatives, artists, creators, researchers, and activists working in all fields within the interests of the Biennale.
Within its statutory activities, BW maintains an ongoing program of interdisciplinary activities in the form of curatorial/artistic and research explorations, in preparation for an international Biennale, understood as a series of interdisciplinary events going beyond strictly theatrical activities.
The idea of the Biennale Warszawa is based on the premise that culture and art play a vital role in building modern, tolerant, critical society, operating with the respect for democracy and civil liberties, diversity of beliefs, religions, sexual orientations and backgrounds.
Its ongoing activities aimed at supporting the cultural activity of citizens. They focus on seeking out new audiences, encouraging participation, promoting active, emancipatory civic attitudes, as well as the idea of economic, social, cultural, and political equality.