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Museum Council

Pursuant to Resolution No. XXXI/323/2016 adopted by the Bolesławiec City Council, the Museum Council of the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec appointed for the 2017-2020 term is composed as follows:

Stanisław Firszt
(przewodniczący)

director of the Natural History Museum in Jelenia Góra, archaeologist and museologist with extensive experience and scientific achievements, long-time director of the Karkonosze Museum in Jelenia Góra, simultaneously serving on the boards of the Association of Lower Silesian Museums and the Association of the Nysa Euroregion Museums

Zdzisław Abramowicz

regionalist, regionalist, author of several articles and publications on the history of Bolesławiec and the region, co-author of many projects carried out by the City History Department of the Bolesławiec museum

Janina Bany-Kozłowska

graduate of the Public College for Visual Arts in Wrocław (Ceramics Faculty), long-time designer at the Zakłady Ceramiczne Bolesławiec plant; she creates sculptures as well as unique and household ceramics; participated several times in the International Ceramics and Sculpture Symposium in Bolesławiec

prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Strauchold

historian, specialist in historical geography, history of political thought, history of the Western and Northern Territories after 1945, as well as regional studies. For years, he has been conducting research into the recent history of Lower Silesia, which resulted in a number of publications and participation in many scientific conferences. The Bolesławiec region is also covered by his scientific interests

Jan Leon Stasiak

a man passionate about the Bolesławiec region history, collector of antiques, including old Bolesławiec pottery. He has been cooperating with the Museum of Ceramics in Bolesławiec for years. His activities include the protection of the Bolesławiec region material culture as well as studying and promoting the region history. He was also a co-founder of the Bolesławiec Association of Collectors and Lovers of the City History

dr Barbara Banaś

PhD in art history, curator of the Ceramics and Contemporary Glass Department at the National Museum in Wrocław, assistant professor at the Institute of Cultural Studies at the University of Wrocław; her focus is on the 20th-century artistic craftsmanship and contemporary design. Co-author of publications on the history of Polish design; author of monographs and collector of Polish ceramics from the 1950s and 1960s

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