AGATA MATEROWICZ - World Photography Organisation
- Member Since:
- 02 Jan 2012
Agata Materowicz graduated with honours from the Faculty of Visual Arts at Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland. She achieved top marks for her(Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window - Johannes Vermeer's) project and theory thesis assignments: "Puppet for Film Animation" Faculty of Puppet Animation, promoter prof. Marek Skrobecki and "Painting for the Scenography of the Animated Film" Faculty of Painting and Drawing. Contemporary Multimedia Artist. She is very active in the following art areas: photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics, illustrations, computer graphics art, design and editorial. She illustrated children's book and also some of them designed and published. The author of several scientific articles and publications including copyright infringement. She gained her Computer Graphic Design Bachelor of Arts from the WSInf, Lodz. She has also Diploma of Landscape Architecture- Warsaw College of Architecture, Diploma of Marketing- Ciechanow Collage of Marketing, Diploma of Architecture - Warsaw Collage. She received the certificate - ArtCamp Digital Photography / Open Air-International Summer School of Art, University of West Bohemia - Czech Republic. - University of West Bohemia in Pilsen and the certificate of the Academy of Photography in Warsaw. She also holds a certificate of Internet Marketing, Adobe, Corel Draw, computer graphics, web design organised by Apple. In the 1980s she was the co-founder and then president of the Music Club. Anna Jantar "Bursztyn"and as the chairman she organized concerts, authors readings and exhibitions. Honorary Members of the Club were: Jarosław Kukulski, Natalia Kukulska, Eleni Tzoka, Halina Frackowiak, Romuald Lipko, Zbigniew Holdys, Marek Karewicz, Michal Rybczynski, Danuta Mizgalska. From 1985 to 1987 Agata worked as a graphic editor for "Weekly Ciechanowski". In 1991, she was co-founded of the "Association of Painters and Sculptors - Warsaw Old Town". She was the Photography Instructor teaching young people techniques how to see things differently.