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The New Media Art Department's final year exhibition launches on Monday, 08.07.2024! It will feature an incredibly diverse range of works - from traditional painting to photography to multimedia installations or exhibition stand designs. All of them were created during this year's classes. We invite you to get to know some of the studios where students realized their works. Let this show be a foretaste of what you will be able to admire during the final year exhibition!

Linocut, Julia Tarnowska

Artistic Graphics Studio

Presenters: Andrzej Kalina, PhD, Marta Dawidiuk, MA, Piotr Żaczek, PhD, Emilia Żmuda, Zuzanna Mieszczanek, MA

In the fine art printmaking studio, students learn basic printmaking techniques such as linocut and etching and can then expand their skills and learn new techniques such as serigraphy, algraphy and dry needlework as part of an elective studio. We are extremely proud of the students taking part in this studio, who have achieved numerous successes.

Applied Visual Semiotics

Moderator: Tomasz Walenta

Applied Visual Semiotics is a half theoretical and half practical introductory class for first-year students. The overall goal of the class is an introduction to visual language. Students' theoretical knowledge is verified in practice through the creation of communicative images. The workshop is organized around a series of practical exercises designed to develop visual communication.

"Bubble", Aleksandra Czarniak 
Illustration for the book "Nonsense Alphabet", by Francis Otto

Graphic Design Studio

Presenters: Mateusz Szewczyk, PhD, Agata Moryto, MA, Anna Światłowska, PhD

Anna Eichler, Sabina Twardowska, Olga Kulish

In the graphic design studio, students pursue such topics as poster design, illustration, pictorial system, corporate identity, motion design, design for print and multimedia. Learning begins with building simple, flat graphic forms, through the processing of photographs, up to complex artistic compositions using the latest multimedia technologies. The result of these activities is the ability to create space, objects, characters, their dynamics, plasticity and authorial form in computer games and applied graphics.

Integrated Graphic Design Studio

Moderator: Agnieszka Ziemiszewska

The aim of the class is to familiarize students with current trends and innovations present in contemporary graphic design, typography and all related fields through the open and dynamic structure of the studio program. 

"Why", Michal Cieciera 

Painting Studio

Moderator: Dr. Elizabeth Gnyp 

The goal of the studio's program is to develop students' creative potential, including the stimulation of sensitivity, imagination and the conscious search for one's own language of plastic expression. Painting is one of many possibilities for discovering and creating reality.

Multimedia Photography

Presenters: Krzysztof Szklanny, Ph.D., Jan Daciuk, M.Sc., Minh Hai Duong, M.Sc., Lukasz Skrzeszewski

In this studio, students learn professional photographic techniques, including portrait photography, High-Speed Photography and commercial photography. Participants also gain hands-on experience with studio lighting, filters and light modifiers. They receive comprehensive training in the creative and technical aspects of modern photography.

Zofia Chętkowska, Alisa Papunidi, Elina Sergieva, Julia Staszczyszyn, Albert Zelfimian, Ivan Tsimchyshyn, Aliaksandra Verkhalazava, Kateryna Vlasenko, Paula Cadarso
Bartosz Wyszynski, Sefa Sagir

MUT Multimedia Workshop

Presented by: Anna Klimczak, Ph.D., Professor PJAIT, Tomasz Miśkiewicz, M.Sc. 

The Multimedia Studio is aimed at students interested in art and new technologies. Students learn programming, 3D geometry, 2D texturing, immersive design and the interaction of motion and sound. They focus on visual and audiovisual content. Shows are created in real time. Visual arts research is an important component of the program.

Computer Aided Design

Conducting: mgr inż. arch. Piotr Kurpiewski

In the Computer Aided Design Studio, students learn to create photorealistic visualizations of their designs using advanced 3D (three-dimensional) graphics software. VR (virtual reality) technologies are used, allowing virtual walks through designed spaces. Classes focus on developing the ability to present design concepts in a visually appealing form, as well as learning about modern tools, including those based on AI (artificial intelligence).

Milena Kembłowska
Diploma project, Dzmitry Pisarchyk

Screen printing workshop

Leader: Natalia Lajszczak

The Screen Printing Studio is a laboratory dedicated to screen printing and, more broadly, to the practice of printing and publishing. In the lab, students can learn the basics of screen printing and develop their knowledge and skills in areas such as preparing a design for printing and working with color and paper. In addition to assigned tasks, students can also consult on their publishing projects and find support for the production of their thesis.

Studio of Fundamentals of Architectural Design 

Moderator: Dr. Anna Wręga

Classes in the studio show the relationship between man and space. They introduce students to the basics of ergonomics, anthropometry and the standards and regulations that shape architecture.

Gabriela Peczynska
Unfolder, Jakub Pustelnik

Publishing Graphics Studio

Moderator: Dr. Magdalena Zdražil

The curriculum in the studio is based on the transmission and consolidation of knowledge of the principles of book design. The purpose of teaching is to familiarize students with the relationship between literary text and image, and the role of the author's interpretation of the text by the artist-graphic design. Topics woven into the curriculum of the subject: creating a series of author's illustrations, differences in RGB and CMYK, title pages, working on master pages, spine, types of binding, bleeds and preparing publications for printing, and potential problems that may arise in printing.

Exhibition Design Studio 

Moderator: Dr. Anna Wręga

In the Exhibition Design Studio, emphasis is placed on the ability to incorporate abstract thinking into design. Classes build the ability to translate diverse design guidelines and assumptions into visual language. An important didactic aspect in the studio is building awareness of accessible and sensory design.

Margaret Gerej
David Puzio

Fundamentals of Design with Modeling
Instructor: Alexander Lesiewicz, M.Sc.

Sensitivity is the foundation of good design, and it is the development of this trait that is the most important goal of the Design Fundamentals with Modeling curriculum. Based on individual predispositions and experiences, subject sensitizes students to the human being and his environment. The tasks carried out develop knowledge of the basic means of artistic expression used in design and the main principles of functional shaping of space. Students become familiar with the basic methods of developing, staging and presenting designs, as well as the materials and technologies used by interior architects.

Furniture design basics

Moderator: Alexander Lesiewicz, M.A.

The making of self-designed furniture and home furnishings is at the heart of the class, because it allows you to experience real dimensions, materials and technologies on your own, but also teaches you the specifics of working with craftsmen and contractors. Written into the nature of the subject, openness to experimentation goes hand in hand with respect for the principles of ergonomics and the needs of the user, who is always the basis of the design process. 

Martyna Cichemska
Viktoria Zielinska

Introduction to projection design

Moderator: Olga Wroniewicz

In this studio, students gain experience in composing dynamic visualizations in space and their live execution. Students create an original vj-set synchronized with music, specially prepared for the selected piece and the environment in which it will be viewed. 

Design Graphics Studio

Moderator: dr. hab Małgorzata Bałdyga-Nowakowska prof. PJAIT

This studio is a place where students learn the secrets of design, deepen their workshop graphic design of a designer, expand their imagination and creative possibilities in such areas as visual identity design, poster design, design of publications and digital publications, creation of illustrations.

Adrian Zawlocki

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