Research projects

Magdalena Furmanik-Kowalska in Bejing

2015
Art and cultural identity in Hong Kong - the individual research project supported by The Polish Institute of World Art Studies

2014
Culture Trouble: The Contemporary Art of Japanese and Chinese Women - the individual research project supported by Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (No 1892-Z).

2010
Art of Japan, Japanisms and Polish-Japanese Art Relations- finance and administrator manager of the project accomplished by the Polish Society of Oriental Art, supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (No 756/DWB/P/2010); preparing and organization of the international conference, held in The Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow (October 21-23, 2010), in which participants was researchers from Japan, Great Britain, USA and Eastern Europe.

Elements of the ancient art in the works of contemporary Chinese artists - the individual research project supported by the Polish Academy of Sciences; a study visit in China at which it was collected materials about the Chinese ancient art as well as contemporary art.

2009
The First Conference of Polish And Chinese Historians of Art "Poland - China. Art And Cultural Heritage" - finance and administrator manager of the project accomplished by the Polish Society of Oriental Art and the Confucius Institute in Krakow, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (No 41/2009); study visit of Chinese art historian and organization of the international conference (Krakow, September 14-16, 2009).

The Art of Islamic World and Relations Between the Art of Islamic Countries and Poland - finance and administrator manager of the project accomplished by the Polish Society of Oriental Art, supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (No 835/DWB/P/2009) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (No 42/2009); preparing and organization of the international conference, held in Krakow (October 5-7, 2009), in which participants was researchers from the Islamic Countries, USA, Russia and Eastern Europe.

2008
The Sacred World of Central Asia - finance and administrator manager of the project accomplished by the Polish Society of Oriental Art, supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (No 923/DWB/P/2008); preparing and organization of the international conference (Warsaw, November 29-30, 2008).

The First Congress of Jewish Art in Poland “Jewish Artists and Central-Eastern Europe 19th Century to WWII – manager of the project accomplished by the Polish Society of Oriental Art, supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (No 248/08/FPK/DDN), USA Embassy (No SPL 9008GR127), and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute; preparing and organization of the international conference, held in Kazimierz on Vistula River (October 28-29, 2008), in which participants was researchers from Israel, USA, Canada, Russia and Eastern Europe.