Michał Duda

Michał Duda

Museum of Architecture in Wrocław

Art historian, graduate of curatorial studies at the Jagiellonian University, curator and critic of architecture, works at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, author or co-author of many exhibitions devoted to contemporary and modern architecture, including the Archi-box series, ``Heinrich Lauterbach. Architect of Wrocław Modernism``, ``Wro2040. City of the Future``, ``All the Sea of Building - Wroclaw Architecture 1945-1989``, ``Dagarama. Return to the future`` or ``Patchwork. Architecture by Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak``. The monographic publication ``Patchwork. The Architecture of Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak`` received the prestigious DAM Architectural Book Award in 2017. He has published, among others, in ``Architecture and Business``, ``Art&Business``, ``Profession: Architect``, and the quarterly ``Self-Portrait``.

Jakub Głaz

Jakub Głaz

Architecture critic

Architecture critic, publicist, animator of spatial activities, born in 1977. Architect by education. He popularizes and criticizes architecture in popular and specialist press, radio and television, as well as activities aimed at repairing cities, conducting popularization lectures and moderating specialist discussions. Co-founder of the Poznań initiative ``Open Centre`` dealing with education and animation of activities in the field of architecture and urban planning and the Festival of Modernism Architecture ``New Plan``. Co-author of the book for children and adults ``Wspólne nie znaczy niczyje`` (Shared doesn't mean nobody's) and the TV series ``Księga Przestrzeni`` (The Book of Space). Two-time winner of the journalistic award of the Polish Chamber of Architects.

Grażyna Hryniewiecka-Lamber

Grażyna Hryniewiecka-Lamber

Architect

Architect and historian of architecture, assistant professor at the Institute of Urban Planning and Architecture of the Wrocław University of Technology. Member of the Lower Silesian Regional Chamber of Architects, Association of Polish Architects and DoCoMoMo International. She is interested in the modernism (post-war) era in architecture. She has designed service and residential units, public utilities and cultural facilities.

Konrad Imiela

Konrad Imiela

Capitol Musical Theatre

Polish theatre, television and film actor, composer, songwriter and theatre director. Since 2006 he has been the chief and artistic director of the Capitol Musical Theatre in Wrocław. In 2006-2014 he was the artistic director of the Actors' Song Review.

Kaja Klimek

Kaja Klimek

Educator

Educator, translator and film and pop culture critic. She constantly discusses films - with viewers whenever the opportunity arises, with filmmakers at festivals, with other critics in the media, with students at Warsaw and Gdańsk Universities, and most importantly: with children and young people within the film education programs of the New Horizons Association and Filmoteka Szkolna.
photo: Sylwia Olszewska

Zbigniew Maćków

Zbigniew Maćków

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Tomasz Mikołajczak

Tomasz Mikołajczak

Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts

Art historian, assistant professor at the Faculties of Painting and Sculpture and Interior Design at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. He deals with the history of interior architecture and design, as well as the issues of cultural heritage in the Lower Silesia region.

Roman Rutkowski

Roman Rutkowski

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Grzegorz Piątek

Grzegorz Piątek

Architecture critic

Critic and researcher of architecture, curator, architect by education. Author of the biography „Sanator. Kariera Stefana Starzyńskiego” (2016), for which he received the City of Warsaw Book Award, and the book „Najlepsze miasto świata” (2020). Co-author of other publications on the city and architecture, including „Lukier i mięso. Wokół architektury w Polsce po 1989 roku” (written with Jarosław Trybuś and Marcin Kwietowicz, 2013). In 2005-2011, he was a member of the editorial board of the ``Architektura-murator`` magazine, since 2015 he has been a guest columnist of the ``Gazeta Stołeczna``, and since 2018 he has been running an architectural column on the vogue.pl. In 2011-2019, he was active in the Centre for Architecture Foundation, where he prepared, among others, Polish editions of Le Corbusier, Rem Koolhaas and Jane Jacobs works. In 2008, he co-created the exhibition Hotel Polonia. The Afterlife of Buildings awarded with Golden Lion at the 11th Architecture Biennale in Venice, and then, among others, he was a laureate of the International Architecture Biennial in Venice: Open:Poland. Architecture and Identity at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London, Modernización at the PhotoEspaña Festival, and Dane Warszawskie at the Warsaw Museum.

Przewirska Agnieszka

Przewirska Agnieszka

WuWA inhabitant

Mother, wife, Wrocław inhabitant. She is a cultural animator by education. She has been working in the interior design and furnishing industry for 20 years. Local patriot and self-styled city guide for all visiting friends. She has been living in WuWA for a quarter of a century.

Bogusław Wawrzeczka

Bogusław Wawrzeczka

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