Lecture from the series “Trip to Greece” organized by the Art Tranfser Foundation.
During the lecture the role and importance of the Agora and Acropolis in the Greek city states will also be discussed on the example of other archaeological sites. Some facts from the history of archaeology will also make you realize why today to see a frieze from the Parthenon you have to go to London or Paris.
Presenter: Katarzyna Wesołowska-Eisl – art historian, museum educator. For many years deputy head of the Education Department of the National Museum in Warsaw. Author of educational programs for temporary and permanent exhibitions of the museum. She conducted series of lectures on history of art in numerous cultural institutions. She spent the last few years with her family in Greece and the Netherlands, where she taught a series of art and art history classes at the German International School in The Hague. She has been living in Vienna for two years. Her passion is exploring cities and museums, learning about new cultures, and popularizing art through lectures and workshops.