Design 32. results of the national competition for the best design diploma

results of the competition

maj 2022

organizer

Academy of Fine Arts Katowice, Rondo Sztuki

location

Katowice

description

May 2022 is rich in design competition results. We recently learned the results of the next edition of the Design 32 - Best Design Diplomas of the Academy of Fine Arts competition.

The competition is organized every year by the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. The competition is open to diploma works proposed by the parent universities, the defenses of which took place last year.

The purpose of the competition is to promote young talents and support activities aimed at their independent appearance on the professional design market.

Each of Poland's eight public art schools presents four of the best graduation works, with a total of thirty-two projects taking part in the competition.

Design 32 is co-hosted by the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, the University of Arts in Poznan, the Academy of Art in Szczecin, the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw.

The winners of the competition were selected by a jury consisting of:

  • Krystyna Łuczak-Surówka, Ph,
  • Karolina Sulej,
  • Marcin Wicha,
  • Mikołaj Wierszyłłowski,
  • Marcin Wolny.

The coordinator of the competition was Agnieszka Nawrocka, PhD.

The jury awarded the following prizes:

TheRectors' Award of PLN 20,000 gross was given to Izabela Kędzior of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz for her project entitled The Luxury of Tomorrow.

The Prize of theMinister of Culture and National Heritage in the amount of PLN 15 thousand gross was awarded to Weronika Wojnarowicz from the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz for her work entitled Cork as a material for an industrial design designer.

The award of the President of the City of Katowice in the amount of PLN 7 thousand gross was awarded to Patrycja Mola from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice for her work entitled "Design of a variable font Monsun with an interface for dynamic projects."

Equal honorable mentions were awarded to:

Sonia Nowok from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow for her project "Supporting the treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis by shaping orthoses using 3D printing technology."

Zofia Klos from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw for the project "Between Two Worlds",

Marianna Pawłusiów from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk for the project "I hear silence",

Meg Krajewska of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw for the project "No one is born straight: about human sexual and gender identity."

Sponsors were also awarded in prizes.

The OPPO award went to Milena Szwemmer of the Academy of Art in Szczecin, for her work "Dead World Gallery."

The award of the Upper Silesia and Zagłębie Metropolis went to Adrianna Wycisło from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice for the project "Friendly Place. A set of tools to raise awareness of the role of public space in the functioning of society".

The competition is accompanied by an exhibition, which can be seen at the Rondo Sztuki Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Katowice until June 15.

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