Ethnic Tattoo Fest
Performances & Workshops
Dance of Kinyah Mandau
Kinyah Mandau dance is a traditional dance originating from Central Kalimantan. This dance is a dance of the Dayak tribe featuring elements of martial arts, war art, and theatrical art. This dance is very famous and even almost all Dayak tribes in Kalimantan have this type of dance. Especially in Central Kalimantan, commonly referred to as Kinyah Mandau Dance.
Dayak Ngaju tribe is the largest Dayak tribe who live in the river area of Khahayan, Kapuas and Katingan. Dayak Ngaju people called in general Dayak Ngaju are indigenous people of Borneo from the Dayak group.
Dominik Muszynski - Drum Workshops
Drums have served people for centuries, they were a tool in the hands of shamans - therapists. On the one hand, they grounded us, showing the essence of what is here and now, on the other, they were like a spaceship that took us deep into our galaxy showing the strong and important aspects of spirituality. They also served for integration purposes, connecting people.
Yoga Art of Sound - 26/27/28.06
This is not only reserved for people with a ``beautiful`` voice, because every voice is beautiful. The workshops I conduct also aim to show the strength of our voices when singing in a group. Like ordinary purring, it gains power during group singing. The workshop program is based on meditation through singing. In my technique I combined elements of yoga - voice yoga, white singing and intuitive singing.
Cacao ceremonies are an honoring of the many blessings of the sacred plant on our physical, emotional and spiritual bodies.
Let us come together where we will open the ceremony by invoking each of the four directions and the centers to unify our energies and to ask permission. We will share the cacao drink (prepared from ground cacao beans), express our positive intentions for this ceremony. Along with music and songs we will allow the spirit of Cacao to awaken our senses to joy, connecting with our inner selves and open our hearts.
Polish Tattoo Museum
Museum is not only the first Polish tattoo museum but also the first one in the Eastern Europe! The grand opening of the Polish Tattoo Museum took place in Gliwice on 30th June.
It was founded by Piotr Wojciechowski – the editor-in-chief of “Tatuaż – Ciało i Sztuka” magazine. The opening was covered by the press and widely discussed among members of the Polish tattoo scene.