A graduate of the History of Art faculty on the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, a co-founder and curator of Contemporary Art Gallery Art Agenda Nova in Cracow (2002) and the East of Art Foundation (2006). Originator and artistic director of the Festival of Visual Arts Grolsch ArtBoom (2009-2015) and a co-initiator of Cracow Gallery Weekend KRAKERS (2012-2018) and Cracow Art Week (from 2019). Curated more than a hundred exhibitions in Poland and in other countries and organized many cultural and artistic projects, art reviews. She is a specialist consultant on the art collector’s market, an author of articles regarding contemporary art and texts published in exhibition catalogues. In 2006 she was involved in creating the Small Encyclopedia of the Art Market.
In 2007 the President of Cracow awarded her the ‘Honoris Gratia’ medal in recognition of her merits for the city and its citizens, in 2010 she received a silver statuette of ‘The Patron of Cracow’s Culture’ for the most interesting form and the efficiency of patronage. A year later the Minister of Culture and National Heritage gave Mrs. Gołębiewska a diploma for popularising Polish contemporary art and the promotion of young artists.
She was also a member of a group responsible for preparing the 2015-2016 Promotion Strategy for Cracow.
Graduate of Theology on the Papal Theological Academy in Cracow. Since the nineties he’s working with his wife Małgorzata in the area of contemporary art.
Absolwent Teologii na Papieskiej Akademii Teologicznej w Krakowie. Od lat 90-tych wspólnie z żoną Małgorzatą Gołębiewską działa w obszarze sztuki współczesnej. Co-founder and curator of Contemporary Art Gallery Art Agenda Nova in Cracow (2002) and the East of Art Foundation (2006). Originator of the Festival of Visual Arts Grolsch ArtBoom (2009-2014), artistic director of Katowice Street Art Festival 2014, co-initiator of Cracow Gallery Weekend Krakers (since 2012) and Cracow Art Week Krakers (since 2019). Curated more than a hundred exhibitions in Poland and in other countries and organized many cultural and artistic projects, art reviews. He is also a specialist consultant on the art collector’s market.
In 2007 the President of Cracow awarded him the ‘Honoris Gratia’ medal in recognition of his merits for the city and its citizens, in 2010 he received a silver statuette of ‘The Patron of Cracow’s Culture’ for the most interesting form and the efficiency of patronage. A year later the Minister of Culture and National Heritage gave Mr. Gołębiewski a diploma for popularising Polish contemporary art and the promotion of young artists.
He was also a member of a group responsible for preparing the 2015-2016 Promotion Strategy for Cracow.
Born in 1990, culture expert, art historian and a photographer. Graduated culture studies with culture management specialization on the Faculty of Management and Social Communication and the faculty of the Protection of Cultural Heritage and History of Art (specialized in curating contemporary art), both on the Jagiellonian University. For more than a decade she cooperates with many of Cracow’s cultural institutions. Involved in cultural management, multiple projects and organizing exhibitions. Since 2016 associated with the East of Art Foundation and Art Agenda Nova gallery, a year later she began coordinating KRAKERS.
Graduated the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow (with a diploma in the studio of professor Leszek Misiak in 2003) and Publishing School’s faculty of Printing and DTP. She received a scholarship on the Universität für angewandte Kunst in Vienna. Cooperated with the National Museum in Cracow. Ran the Łącznik Gallery.
With KRAKERS since the first edition, she’s the cartographer and the GPS of Kultour. She’s also responsible for contacting the galleries. She loves recycled animals, old houses, forgotten ideas, outdated software and Dutch barges.
At the moment a student of the faculty of Culture and Media management at the Jagiellonian University. She has been working with KRAKERS since 2019 as a volunteer and intern, being the court IT specialist. Privately she loves literature, poetry, good TV series and everything analog. Her sould is still in nostalgic and mad 80s.
Culture expert and a student of culture and media management with the specialization in media management on the Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University. Privately he is passionate about independent cinema, photography, vinyl records and dogs. Associated with KRAKERS since 2018, he is now responsible for public relations, prints coordination and for digital archivisation.
Graduated from the Faculty of Painting on Cracow’s Academy of Fine Arts in 2003.
In 2002 she went to the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland for a Socrates – Erasmus scholarship.
Her favourite painting theme are portraits made in the frame – counter-frame style, implying a movie dialogue. Her interest in screen proportions and the language of film derive from film studies she took on the Jagiellonian University.
Graduated History of Art at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Museum Curators at the Jagiellonian University and Postgraduate Faculty of Culture Managers at Warsaw School of Economics. Collaborated with Art Agenda NOVA, Potocka Gallery, Modern Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki. Curated public space projects during Art Boom festival. Took part in courses regarding education and modern art in Tate Modern and other institutions. In Lesser Poland Institute of Culture in Kraków she was responsible for popularizing and contextualizing museum resources in the Internet and for conducting workshops for children and youth. Exhibition coordinator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków MOCAK.
She was a presenter for art ad culture related shows for the Polish Television and Lesser Poland Cultural Institute, wrote for Autoportret, Nowa Europa Wschodnia, Opcja…She coordinated actions durin Cracow’s Theatrical Reminiscences. She creates her own touring routes, choosing unusual topics to tell her stories. She has created the Mrs.Fishka’s Children Detective Agency – a series of tours allowing the participants to discover Cracow’s secrets.
A specialist of the apparent chaos – efficient despite being chaotic. A keen social worker, scouting instructor and a worker in the HR department. With KRAKERS since 2018 – first as a volunteer, now as the coordinator.
Student of the faculty of Intelectual Property Law and New Media. With KRAKERS since 2018 as a volunteer and an intern with the East of Art Foundation. Volunteered with various art events all over Poland. Privately hard to keep in one place and trying to be in the state of constant travel, but still likes to slow down and rest in an old cinema or theater.
Self-taught photographer interested mostly in street reportage. Loves humor as dark as the night itself and books by sir Terry Pratchett. He is completely certain that a bike is the only reasonable way to move around Cracow which is why this is the fourth year when he rushes at breakneck speed from one event to another, battling traffic.
Started taking photos seriously 6 years ago. She specializes in events, landscapes and dogs. Nothing can escape her lense, so be careful while visiting the openings during KRAKERS.
Photographer feeling at his best in photojournalism. Likes watching people. Besides taking photos he’s a keen graphic and experience designer. He claims that he’s never been bored in his life, and sleep is a waste of time.