Contemporary perception of polish modernistic architecture


A lecture about polish architecture from the XXth century and a painting workshop where architecture would be a main subject.

26.–30.10.2015 Institute of Art Education Leipzig

Contemporary perception of polish modernistic architecture – Lecture and Workshop from polish artists Maria Kiesner and Stefan Paruch, Warsaw (Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej – Instytut Edukacji Artystycznej)

Lecture – polish architecture from the XXth century

Tuesday, the 27.10.2015, 6:00 pm
Institute of Art Education
Lecturehall (301)


Stefan Paruch – fine arts, painting, leading the Multimedia Workshop at the Department of Fine Arts IEA of Grzegorzewska Academy. Graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw; 2003 – 2006 Editing Department Film School in Lodz; has edited several documentary movies; was responsible for editing during an international program Ekran in Wajda School; has a couple of years experience in graphic design for TV programs; in 2008 was nominated for the Yach prize in the category animation at Yach Film Festival 2008; currently is lecturing multimedia techniques and graphical design at IEA Grzegorzewska Academy. He is painting, drawing and movie editing.



Maria Kiesner – fine arts, painting; Fine Arts Department IEA; graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw as well as 2-year pedagogical studies at the Fine Arts Academy. In 2005 and 2007 received a scholarship from the Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage. Co-creates the atelier at 11 Listopada street in Warsaw Praga. During 2001 – 2006 she worked for the Children and Art Foundation where she ran art classes for children and youth, cooperated with Children’s Art Museaum in Warsaw; during 2004 – 2008 created the program and ran art camps Leonardo for children and youth. Since 2008 she is an assistant at the IEA Grzegorzewska Academu in Warsaw. Since 2010 – associate professor at Art Education Institute Grzegorzewska Academy in Warsaw.
She paints architecture and urban landscapes. She represents objects in a realistic, ascetic way, without staffage; she is interested in factories, railway stations, schools, houses and forgotten relicts of social modernism and modernism.


















Von Andreas Wendt

Andreas Wendt ist Professor für Design und Neue Medien in der Kunstpädagogik.