the basics of figure drawing,
still life, anatomy for artists, drapery and folds drawing, perspective, composition, and narrative drawing.
theory of colors, the use of color in still life, basis of figure painting, composition
computer as a graphic tool, operating systems, working with Adobe CC suite, interfaces, features of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, ways of saving files for different purposes, portfolio
history of art and contemporary culture. The aim of the course is primarily to stimulate candidates to be interested in culture, encouraging active participation and independent, critical thinking
The aim of the English course is to prepare candidates for effective participation in their future studies. An essential part of the course will be the study of terminology in the fields of art, graphics and new media
One a month we will organize a free museum visit, where you can meet the curators and experience a new field of art, sometimes unconventional and modern or something opposite, classical.
(The meeting will be organized depending on the institutions' schedule).
Anna graduated from the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She teaches the Basics
of Image at the Graphic Design Department of PJAIT New Media Arts Faculty – a course in drawing and painting. She also works in didactic field organising creative workshops. Her artworks were exhibited in Poland, Romania, Moldova and Holland. She specializes in oil painting, but she also works in various techniques
on paper and paints murals.
Monika graduated from the Institute of Art History and Institute of Archeology, and is currently a PhD student at the "Artes Liberales" Faculty of the University of Warsaw. She is a winner of the "Diamond Grant 2014" of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. She cooperated with the Museum
of Modern Art in Warsaw, the Foksal Gallery and the National Museum in Warsaw. Currently, she prepares an exhibition of Zakopane style at the Museum
of Architecture in Wrocław.
She is interested in the New Humanities, and explores archaeological museums as part
of her dissertation.
Agnieszka is a graduate of the English studies at The University
of Warsaw. She is a participant of numerous trainings and conferences on teaching English. From the age of 25, she has been a teacher of the general and specialized English language at several Warsaw universities, as well as other institutions and banks. She works
in PJAIT as a lecturer, a TOEIC methodologist and an examiner.
Marta finished the Faculty of New Media Arts of PJAIT (English program). A computer graphic designer and a Taekwon-Do ITF instructor, interested in graphic design and event organization. She actively participates in social projects, primarily in projects related to the rights of women and refugees. She designs ceramic products in her spare time.
Two-time scholarship holder
of the Minister of Science and Higher Education, organizer
of the ATYPI'16 conference office and curator of the Women's Rights exhibition in Poland in 2017 and 2018.
Preparatory course for PJAIT candidates
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Sneekpi font by Maciej Połczyński, graduate of PJAIT in Warsaw
Visual identification and graphic preparation: Marta Zofia Myszewska
illustration: Marta Zofia Myszewska
and Daria Łukaszyńska,
NeMa MA students