A lecture by Magdalena Kąkolewska and Przemek Głowacki as part of the Art Transfer Foundation series on attractive, but less obvious moments in the history of Venice. This meeting will be devoted to Peggy Guggenheim, enchanted with Venice, who not only lived here but also located a museum with her collection of modern art on the Canal Grande.
- Magdalena Kąkolewska – the founder of the Art Transfer Foundation and president of the Artistic Travel Hestia Foundation. Graduated in law and art history. In 2013-20, she organised 51 art exhibitions of young artists as part of the APH Foundation. With her activities she spreads the idea of education through art and supports young talents who make their debut in the art world. Curator, educator and lecturer. Author of a series of lectures on women artists conducted as part of the programme “Magda's Sunday Lectures” since 2018, a series of weekly lectures in the programme “Transferring Arts” since 2013, a programme for children “How artists see the world and what comes out of it for us” since 2012. A lover of travelling with art.
- Przemysław Głowacki – art historian, museum educator, teacher. He has been popularising knowledge about art for over 20 years. Currently cooperates with many cultural institutions. Since 2013 has been giving a series of lectures at the Royal Castle in Warsaw. He is a lecturer at the Warsaw Film School and the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He worked for many years at the National Museum in Warsaw, preparing numerous educational programmes there. In 2016-2019 he was a juror of the “Sybilla” Competition for the Museum Event of the Year organised by the National Institute of Museology and Collections Protection under the patronage of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. His passion is visiting museums, he is a co-organiser of thematic trips Expeditions with Art. He runs a website devoted to art and exhibitions: artdone.pl.