project history


The project emerged as diploma work at the Curatorial Studies division of the Jagiellonian University. Our goal was to prepare an exhibition and the accompanying programme, which in the process allowed us to practice the art of decision-making and compromise. We soon found that our common interest is Europe - cultural communication, social and political transformations and their effects.

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Agata Chinowska, born 1979, Hungarian philology MA (UW)
Marta Moraczewska, born 1979, English philology MA (UŁ)
Renata Rusnak, born 1974, Ukrainian philology MA (UJ), translator
Monika Weychert Waluszko, born 1972, Polish philology MA (UMK), culture studies specialist MA, art manager(UAM), curator; maintains the Dla… Gallery

Wyspa Institute of Art

Since September 2004, the Wyspa Institute of Art, in the grounds of Gdańsk Shipyard in the building of the former Basic Shipbuilding School, has been the home of the Wyspa Progress Foundation, an innovative artistic organisation combining the presentation of contemporary art with deliberations on the shape of social culture.

Curatorial Studies

The curatorial faculty at Jagiellonian University, Cracow, has emerged as an answer to the urgent need of educating a new generation of young people with an up-to-date approach to contemporary art and contemporary curating. This is the first university course in Poland devoted to the curatiorial profession. The 2005/2006 has been the first course of this newly established faculty.


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