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CURRICULUM VITAE

dr Magdalena Łanuszka

 

EDUCATION:

2010 – PhD degree in the History of Art at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. Dissertation topic: „Netherlandish Influences on Gothic Panel Painting in Lesser Poland“.

2006 – MA degree in the History of Art at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. Master thesis topic: „Decoration of the 15th Century Manuscript of Roman de la Rose Kept in the Czartoryski Library in Cracow (Ms. Czart 2920 IV)“.

 

Additional courses:

2003-2005 – a course of the Interior Design, Exhibitions Design and the Advertisements in the Śródmiejski Ośrodek Kultury in Cracow.

2011-2014 – internal workshops on Ad Words Campaigns, Mailing Campaigns and SCRUM methodology during the employment in the interactive agency in Cracow.

2013 – Business entrepreneurship course (financial accounting, business management, marketing etc.) funded by European Social Fund (European Comission)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Present (since 02.2018): local editor of RIHA Journal (www.riha-journal.org) at the International Cultural Centre in Cracow.

Present (since 10.2017): administrating web service Art and Heritage in Central Europe (www.ahice.net), created by International Cultural Centre in Cracow to provide easier access to information about events in the domain of art history in four Central European countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

Present (since 06.2015): creating Iconclass classification for the prints in the Special Collections Department of Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cracow (PAUart project).

Present (since 10.2010): art history teaching: the lectures on art history from Antiquity to Post-modern Art provided for the various Institutes of Jagiellonian University in Cracow and for the Third Age Universities in Lesser Poland (list of the lectures at the bottom of this page).

Present (since 07.2016): writing educational texts on various masterpieces from Polish public collections for the Internet project called “Historia: Poszukaj”, created by the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections, supported by The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland.

Present (since 06.2017): hosting radio programme on art history in Radio Krakow (episodes available on-line HERE and HERE)

Since 10.2014 – Researcher in York Art Gallery for ‘NIRP in the North’ Project (University of Glasgow, School of Culture and Creative Arts) – full time employment until 03.2015, and later until 2016 the role of Affiliate Researcher. The entries have been published at vads.ac.uk.

[PDF report available here: MLanuszka report NIRP]

08.2011-01.2014 – Project Manager in the interactive agency Dignitally.com, with the additional duties of Account Manager, Community Manager, Copywriter, and Creative Director.

01-06.2010 – Manager of the private Art Gallery of a Cracow painter and sculptor Jan Siuta.

09.2007-11.2011 – Guide and teacher in the National Museum in Cracow (permanent and temporary exhibitions in the galleries of the Orthodox Art, Medieval to Baroque Art, 19th Century Art, Contemporary Art).

12.2006-04.2007 – A post-graduate internship in the Special Collections Department (Graphics and Early Printed Books) and in the Conservation Department of the Jagiellonian Library in Cracow.

 

PARTICIPATION IN THE RESEARCH PROJECTS:

1. “National Inventory of Continental European Paintings” (NIRP): on-line inventory of all the 22,000 pre-1900 Continental European oil paintings in the UK’s public collections, a partnership between the History of Art departments at Birkbeck, University of London, and the University of Glasgow, and the National Gallery, London. NIRP in the North: research on 230 pre-1900 Continental European oil paintings in City Art Gallery in York. Project Director: Mr. Andrew Greg (School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow). 231 catalogue entries that I have completed in this project have been published at Visual Arts Data Service (available HERE).

2. “Dehio Handbook of Art Monuments in Poland: Lesser Poland“, organised by Herder-Institut in Marburg in cooperation with Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University, Dehio Organisation and Deutsche Kunstverlag München-Berlin; financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Principal Investigator: dr. Dietmar Popp (Herder-Institut).

3. “Ornamenta Poloniae Mediaevalia. Medieval art in Poland: the catalogue of the forms and details in the context of European art“, research project organised by University in Wrocław, financed by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR), completed between 01.08.2009  and 30.11.2012, Principal Investigator: dr. Leszek Wetesko (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan).

 

GRANTS ACHIEVED:

– November 2014: Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Grant awarded by Art Fund – funding supporting research trip to the southern England as a part of a project National Inventory of Continental European Paintings.

– December 2015: SSN Research Bursary awarded by Subject Specialist Network: European Paintings pre-1900 (The National Gallery) to support continuing the research on one of the paintings from the collection of York Art Gallery.

 

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCES & SEMINARS:

– October 2017: a paper Obraz tablicowy św. Brygidy z kościoła Brygidek w Lublinie na tle twórczości wybranych malarzy krakowskich trzeciej ćwierci XV wieku [Painting of St Bridget from Lublin juxtaposed with chosen art-pieces by Cracow painters of the third quarter of the 15th century] at a conference “Sztuka Lublina od średniowiecza do współczesności” [„The Art of Lublin: Medieval to Contemporary”], organised by the University of John Paul II in Lublin and the University of Maria Skłodowska-Curie in Lublin.

– June 2016: a paper Dekoracje piętnastowiecznego rękopisu „Powieści o Róży” przechowywanego w Bibliotece Czartoryskich w Krakowie (Ms. Czart. 2920 IV)  [Decoration of Roman de la Rose manuscript from the Czartoryski Library in Cracow (Ms. Czart. 2920 IV)] at a meeting Hortus deliciarum. Around the medieval text, organised by The Medieval Latin Section of The Institute of the Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences (IJP PAN) in Cracow (available on-line)

– September 2015: a paper NIRP research into paintings in York Museums Trust at the Subject Specialist Network: European paintings pre-1900 Study Day in York organised by The National Gallery, York Museums Trust and National Inventory Research Project, Supported by The Pilgrim Trust.

– May 2015: a paper Franciszkański obraz Matki Boskiej Bolesnej – słynne dzieło o wielu niewiadomych. Przyczynek do badań nad powstaniem obrazu, w kontekście jego późniejszego kultu [“Our Lady of Sorrows Painting in Franciscan Church in Cracow – a Contribution to the Study on the Painting’s History in Relation to It’s Veneration”] at a conference “Sztuka w kręgu krakowskich Franciszkanów i Klarysek” [„The Art of the Cracow Convents of Franciscans and Poor Clares”], organised by Franciscan Convent in Cracow and Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

– February 2015: a paper NIRP Research at York Art Gallery: problems and discoveries at “NIRP in the North” seminar in Leeds University Library, organised by National Inventory Research Project and School of Fine Arts (University of Leeds).

– April 2014: a paper Rysunek w Liber Privilegiorum nr 2 katedry krakowskiej. Przycznek do działań fundacyjnych kardynała Zbigniewa Oleśnickiego [„A Drawing in the Liber Privilegiorum no 2 of Cracow Cathedral. A Contribution to the Studies on the Patronage of the Cardinal Zbigniew Oleśnicki“] at a conference „Działalność fundacyjna biskupów krakowskich“ [„Artistic Patronage of the Bishops of Cracow“], organized by Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University and Cracow Department of the Association of Art Historians.

– April 2013: a paper Skrzydła tryptyku Matki Boskiej Bolesnej w kaplicy Świętokrzyskiej na Wawelu – niderlandyzujące dzieło fundacji Jagiellonów [„The Wings of the Our Lady of Sorrows Triptych in the Saint Cross Chapel in Wawel Cathedral: the Most Netherlandish Masterpiece Founded by the Jagiellonians”] at a conference “Patronat artystyczny Jagiellonów” [“Artistic Patronage of the Jagiellonians”], organised by Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University and History Institute at Warsaw University.

– December 2012: a paper Dekoracje rękopisu Godzinek (Ms Czart 3467) [„The Decoration of the Ms. Czart. 3467 Book of Hours”] at a conference “O miejsce książki w historii sztuki” [“A Place of the Book in the History of Art”], organised by a Cracow Department of the Association of Art Historians in cooperation with the National Museum in Cracow.

– October 2011: a paper Wpływy niderlandzkie w kwaterach tryptyku dominikańskiego [„Netherlandish Influences in the Panels of the Dominican Triptych”] at a conference „Kościół i klasztor Świętej Trójcy w Krakowie. Architektura – sztuka – archeologia” [„The Church and the Convent of the Dominicans in Cracow: Art, Architecture and Archaeology”], organised by Dominican History Institute in Cracow and Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

– December 2010: Wpływy niderlandzkie w kwaterach Ołtarza Augustiańskiego Mikołaja Haberschracka [„Netherlandish Influences in the Panels of the Augustinian Altarpiece by Nicholaus Haberschrack”] at the meeting of the Medievalist Section of Cracow Department of Art Historians Society [Stowarzyszenie Historyków Sztuki].

– March 2009: a paper Święty Wojciech, patron Królestwa Polskiego – kult męczennika w średniowiecznej Polsce i jego odbicie w sztuce, na przykładzie XV-wiecznego cyklu narracyjnego na skrzydłach z Nowego Sącza [„Saint Adalbert, the Patron Saint of the Kingdom of Poland: a Cult of the Martyr in Medieval Poland and its Reflection in Art, at the Example of the 15th Century Cycle in the Altar Wings from Nowy Sącz“] at a conference „Między konwencją a rzeczywistością“ [„Between the Convention and the Reality“], organised by the History Institute at Warsaw University.

– April 2008: a paper Święty Jan Chrzciciel w kulturze średniowiecznej – odbicie kultu w literaturze i sztuce  [„Saint John the Baptist in Medieval Culture: the Reflection of his Cult in the Literature and in Art“], at a conference „Biblijne postaci w literaturze“  [„Biblical characters in the Literature“] organised by the Institute of Comparative Literature at Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

– January 2007: Dekoracja malarska średniowiecznego rękopisu „Powieści o Róży” (Ms. Czart. 2920 IV) [Decoration of Roman de la Rose manuscript from the Czartoryski Library in Cracow (Ms. Czart. 2920 IV)] at the meeting of the Art History Commitee of Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cracow.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Scholarly articles:

– 231 catalogue entries on the paintings from the collection of York Art Gallery, published on-line in a project “NICE Paintings” (at vads.ac.uk)

– Exhibition review: The Slovak National Gallery’s Non-Permanent Exhibition, in: “Polaris” (Journal of the Northern Renaissance) posted September 14, 2017 (available on-line).

– Catalogue entries on Cracow monuments (churches, synagogues, palaces, houses, gardens, etc.) in: Dehio – Handbuch der Kunstdenkmäler in Polen: Kleinpolen (German edition) / Zabytki sztuki w Polsce. Małopolska (Polish edition), ed. W. Bałus, D. Popp, J. Wolańska, 2017.

The Lamentation of Chomranice: a Fifteenth-Century Masterpiece in which South meets North, “Peregrinations. Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture” vol. V, no. 4 (Autumn 2016), pp. 111-146 (publication available HERE).

A Suggested New Attribution of Seventeenth-Century Flemish Portrait of a Lady in York Art Gallery to Jan Cossiers, Biuletyn Historii Sztuki 1/2017, pp. 87-107 (PDF: BHS-Cossiers).

– Franciszkański obraz Matki Boskiej Bolesnej – słynne dzieło o wielu niewiadomych. Przyczynek do badań nad powstaniem obrazu, w kontekście jego późniejszego kultu, in: “Sztuka w kręgu krakowskich Franciszkanów i Klarysek”, [paper on the early-16th century painting of Our Lady of Sorrows from the Franciscan Church in Cracow, forthcoming].

– Rysunek w Liber Privilegiorum nr 2 katedry krakowskiej, in: “Działalność fundacyjna biskupów Krakowskich”, ed. M. Walczak, Kraków 2016, vol. I: pp. 503-512; vol. II: pp. 191-195. [an article on the 15th century drawing in Liber Privilegiorum of Cracow Cathedral; PDF: Olesnicki.compressed]

– Opłakiwanie z Chomranic in: “Imagines pictae. Studia nad malarstwem gotyckim w Polsce”, ed. W. Walanus, M. Walczak, Kraków 2016, pp. 65-76. [an article on the Lamentation of Chomranice, a panel painting from the 1st half of the 15th century, in the “Studies on Gothic Painting in Poland”; PDF: Oplakiwanie_z_Chomranic]

 Virgin and Child on a Grassy Bench by Albrecht Dürer and Five Copies after it in the Collection of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cracow, “ArtHistory.US” (on-line publication 2016, available HERE).

– Skrzydła tryptyku Matki Boskiej Bolesnej w kaplicy Świętokrzyskiej na Wawelu – niderlandyzujące dzieło fundacji Jagiellonów, in: “Patronat artystyczny Jagiellonów”,ed. M. Walczak, P. Węcowski, Kraków 2016, pp. 359-372. [a paper on the Netherlandish influences in the wings of Our Lady of Sorrows altar in Cracow Cathedral; PDF: Patronat Jagiellonów]

– Dekoracje rękopisu Godzinek (Ms Czart 3467) in: “O miejsce książki w historii sztuki”, ed. A. Gronek, Kraków 2015, pp. 43-56. [a paper on the decoration of Book of Hours Ms. Czart 3467]

– Wpływy niderlandzkie w kwaterach tryptyku dominikańskiego in: „Sztuka w kręgu krakowskich dominikanów”, ed. A. Markiewicz, M. Szyma, M. Walczak, Kraków 2013, pp. 443-458. [a paper on the Netherlandish influences in the panels of late gothic Dominican altar from Cracow; PDF: Tryptyk_dominikanski]

– “The Master of Flémalle and Rogier van der Weyden”, wyd. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2009:[recenzja], Biuletyn Historii Sztuki 73 (1-2), 2011, pp. 220-223. [a review of the exhibition catalogue, available HERE]

– Św. Brygida, cat. no 99 in: Na znak świetnego zwycięstwa. W sześćsetną rocznicę bitwy pod Grunwaldem. Katalog wystawy 15 lipca–30 września 2010 Zamek Królewski na Wawelu Państwowe Zbiory Sztuki, Kraków 2010, ed. D. Nowacki. Vol II – noty katalogowe, pp. 194-197. [a note in an exhibition catalogue, about the late gothic painting of Saint Bridget in Lublin; PDF: Brygida]

– Enluminure du manuscrit du Roman de la Rose conservé à Cracovie (Ms. Czart. 2920 IV), „Folia Historiae Artium” SN vol. 12:2009, pp. 5-20.[an article about the decoration of the Roman de la Rose manuscript kept in Czartoryski Library in Cracow; PDF: Roman_de_la_rose]

– Piętnastowieczny rękopis Godzinek z krakowskiej Biblioteki Książąt Czartoryskich, „Modus. Prace z historii sztuki” VII, 2006, pp. 83-98. [an article about the decoration of the Book of Hours kept in Czartoryski Library in Cracow]

 

Popular publications:

– A description (and presentation) of the eleven documentary heritage monuments that have been listed in the Polish edition of UNESCO “Memory of the World” Programme for the movie commissioned by the National Archives of Poland (available HERE).

– Radio programme on art history in Radio Krakow: Summer cycle “Tropem Sztuki” (episodes available on-line HERE) and Autumn cycle “Wielka Sztuka Małopolski (episodes available on-line HERE).

– Articles at the website of Tygodnik Powszechny.

– Articles for the educational project Historia: Poszukaj (organised by the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections, supported by The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage).

– A Source of Inspiration for “The Magdalene” Painting from York Art Gallery, “Friends of York Art Gallery Newsletter”, Autumn 2017, pp. 6-8 (available HERE).

– Pokutujący król oraz Żywi, którzy przestraszyli się Zmarłych, a post on decoration of 15th c. Book of Hours in the service Polona/Blog, run by the National Library of Poland (available HERE).

– New Proposed Dating for the Portrait of Charlotte Fitzroy, “Friends of York Art Gallery Newsletter”, January 2017, pp. 5-6 (available HERE)

– Choleric Gamblers in one of the Paintings in York Art Gallery Collection, “Friends of York Art Gallery Newsletter”, June 2016, pp. 4-5 (available HERE)

– Średniowieczne ślicznotki, czyli jak to z tym pięknem i higieną w średniowieczu było: an article on Medieval ideals of female beauty, published at a website on art (Niezła Sztuka: available HERE)

– An article on the new interpretation of the painting by Bernard Weiser in York Art Gallery, “Friends of York Art Gallery Newsletter”, January 2015, pp. 8-9. (available HERE)

– Średniowieczne Godzinki, “Iluminacje” 3-4:2013, pp. 13-21 [an article about medieval Books of Hours in general]

– Piętnastowieczny rękopis “Powieści o Róży” przechowywany w Krakowie (Ms. Czart 2920 IV), “Iluminacje” 2:2013, pp. 13-15 [an article about Roman de la Rose manuscript kept in Cracow]

– Powieść o Róży – średniowieczny bestseller, “Iluminacje” 1:2013, pp. 9-13 [an article about Roman de la Rose as a medieval bestseller]

– Biblia według malarza Anonima z trybskiego kościółka, „Na Spiszu” nr 2 (75) 2010, pp. 37-38. [an article about the iconography of the 17th century murals in the parish church in Trybsz, Lesser Poland]

 

APPENDIX: the lectures provided for various institutes

 

The Jagiellonian University in Cracow:

2010-2017: Chair of Computer Linguistics: History of Art (lectures and classes), Representation of Physical Object (classes) – from 45 to 60 hours every academic year.

2013-2017: Institute of Audio-Visual Arts: History of Modern and Contemporary Art (lectures), History of Ancient, Medieval and Early-modern Art (lectures), History of Art and Photography (lectures) – from 60 to 96 hours every academic year.

2014-2017: Institute of History: History of European Art since 14th century (lectures, 30 hours per year).

2015-2017: Faculty of Pharmacy (Cosmetology Studies): History of beauty in European art and culture (ancient to early modern, 30 hours per year).

2010-14: the Institute of Culture: Postmodern Art (lectures and classes, courses of 20 hours), History of Art (lectures and classes, courses of 30 hours).

 

Other courses and classes:

2018: Classes “New media and promoting cultural heritage” at The Academy of Heritage, a postgraduate course at the International Cultural Centre in Cracow in cooperation with the Economy University in Cracow.

2018: Classes on a course for future guides in the Cracow Cathedral, organised by the Educational Society “Royal Castle in Cracow” in cooperation with the Cracow Cathedral.

Present since 2001: Lectures on Polish Art at the Third Age Universities in Wieliczka, Kłaj, Miechów, Niepołomice, Gdów, Kęty and Cracow.

Present since 2009: Lectures on Medieval Manuscripts at the School of Calligraphy and Illumination in Cracow

Since 2014: Lectures on the Art of Cracow at the Fullness-Of-Life Academy (an association acting in support of middle-aged and elderly people, particularly women).

2014-17: Lectures at the Open University of Cracow University of Science and Technology.

2010/11: The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, Institute of Art History: lecture Ars Nova – Netherlandish Painting in the 15th Century (30 hours)

Summers 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2014: Art History Classes for High School Students in the Project “The Pearl Fishers” organised by the “Wszechnica UJ” of Jagiellonian University.