Visiting Professors Program

2017

Richard Noyce, Welshpool, UK

"Written Communication for Artists and Designers"; "Art in the Future"; "The Mirror and the Crystal Ball’ Art into the 21st Century”

2016

prof. Paul Catanese, Columbia College Chicago, USA
"The Hybrid Media Practice of Paul Catanese"; "New Media is 500 Years Old"; "Post-Digital Printmaking" 

wizyta realizowana w ramach programu Visiting Professors finansowanego z funduszu Scientiae Wratislavienses


Prof. Endi Poscovic, Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, University of Michigan, USA
“Impossible objects; memory and the paradox of image”

Prof. Sarojini Johnson, Prof. David Johnson, Ball State University, Muncie, USA
artist’s talks

Hanif Lehmann, Dresden, Germany
artist's talk

2015
Ingrid Ledent, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerpen, Belgium
“Thoughts about the memory of the future”
visit financed by the Scientiae Wratislavienses Fund under the Visiting Professors Programme

Modhir Ahmed, Falun, Sweden
“Photopolymer and offset plate in printmaking”
visit co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund 

2014
Paul Furneaux, Edinburgh, Great Britain
“Japanese woodcut – Mokuhanga”
visit co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund 

Dr Paul Laidler, Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, Great Britain
“Research Project: The Nature of Print / Graphic Practice in a Post Digital Context”
visit co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund 

Prof. Beauvais Lyons, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
the cycle of author's lectures “Mock documentation”, “The Art and Scholarship of Everitt Ormsby Hokes”,  “The Vernacular Print”
visit co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund 

Prof. Fan Min, Prof. Wang Lian Min, Tianjin Academy of Arts, Tianjin, China
artist’s talks

Prof. Fei Mingyu, Northeast Normal University, School of Fine Arts, Changchun, China
artist's talk

2013
Alicia Candiani, Projecto' Ace, Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Vanishing Point. Contemporary Printmaking Practices in the Expanded Field”
visit financed by the Scientiae Wratislavienses Fund under the Visiting Professors Programme