Fine Arts Academy Warsaw

The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw is one of the oldest and largest art institutions of higher education in Poland. The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw provides art education in twenty eight different specializations and has nine faculties: Painting, Graphic Arts, Sculpture, Interior Design, Design, Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art, Media Art, Stage Design and Management of Visual Culture. There are more than 1500 students at the Academy and more than 300 academic teachers.

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History

Warsaw School of Fine Arts was created through a community effort, and opened in 1904. The Supervisory Board nominated its first director the painter Kazimierz Stabrowski. The history of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw traditionally dates back to the origins of that school (which is why it celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2004)

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Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland

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