MFA Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Paulina Kolczynska

Connelly Lecture Hall

Part of the MFA Program in Studio Art's 18th Annual Summer Lecture Series featuring noted visiting artists and curators.

Paulina Kolczynska is an art historian, curator and an art adviser. She studied Art History at Warsaw University in Poland and St. Andrews University in Scotland. As a freelance-curator she has organized a number of exhibitions including: Andrzej Wajda Film Drawings at the Edinburgh Film House,1992 and Polish Roots British Soil at the Edinburgh City Art Center (touring exhibition), 1993.

She has freelanced as a writer and arts reporter for the Polish section of the BBC in London (radio) 1992-1994; contributed to Art & Design, London; Springer, Vienna on contemporary art and Tema Celeste Art  Magazine, Milan on  collecting,  and  to  Art  Index Magazine where she interviewed leading collectors on how to collect, 2001-2003.

Since 2005 as a 20th century specialist she has appraised leading international collections for the Art Dealers Association of America in New York. She has organized series of lectures on "How to collect new media" for Chelsea Art Museum in New York, 2007 and lectured at the ArteBa in Argentina.  

Terra Hall, 8th Floor
211 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA
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