Posts Tagged ‘Marcin Gizycki’

Taborska and Gizycki essay published

Agnieszka Taborska (Senior Lecturer, HAVC) and Marcin Gizycki (Senior Lecturer, HAVC) have co-authored the essay “Suppressed Extravagances: Surrealist Echoes in Polish Film, Literature and Art between the Wars.” The essay will appear in the catalogue accompanying the exhibition “Conscious Hallucinations. The Filmic Surrealism” at Deutsches Film Museum in Frankfurt, Germany (June 25-November 2, 2014). The […]

Gizycki’s FFF1 screening

In addition to the Best Experimental Short award won at the Independent Filmmakers Showcase in LA, Marcin Gizycki’s (Senior Lecturer, HAVC) film ‘FFF1’ will be shown at these festivals: Experimental Film Festival, Portland, May 28-June 1; Strange Beauty Film Festival, Durham, NC, June 12-14; Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, June 27-19.

‘Roaring 1920s in Poland’ with Gizycki

Marcin Gizycki (Senior Lecturer, HAVC) was a key speaker at the conference ‘Roaring 1920s in Poland’ at the University of Illinois in Chicago, IL (April 7-8, 2014). The Polish 1920s were a period of both tremendous promise and profound dislocation. After years of devastating war and over a century of partition, Polish society embarked on […]

Professional Development Fund awards announced

The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-April to review project proposals submitted for its Spring 2014 funding cycle. The Committee received requests for over $90,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: Alba Corrado, Senior Critic, Foundation Studies, for casting of her bronze Sophia sculpture Nicola DePace, Senior Critic, Landscape […]

Gizycki Class and Film Planned in Reykjavik

Marcin Gizycki (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) will give a Master Class on Aquamation [the animation technique he has invented] and Improvised Abstract Film at the Punto y Raya Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland. The festival, that will take place on January 30-February 2 at the city’s Concert Hall, is an international forum […]


“Alfred Screyer from Drohobycz” a documentary directed and co-written by Marcin Gizycki (Senior Lecturer, History of Visual Art and Culture) will be shown at the Metcalf Auditorium in the Chace Center on Wednesday, April 4 at 7pm. Tom Roberts  (Senior Lecturer, HPSS) will introduce the film. This lyrical film is the story of the extraordinary […]