HANNA BAKUŁA (born in 1950) Polish painter, stage designer and writer. Bakuła graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she studied under such polish masters as J. Tarasin, E. Eibisch, A. Kobzdej. In 1981 she moved to New York and settled down on Manhattan. She painted, designed scenography and costumes for the avant-garde theatre "The Kitchen". These designs were praised by "The New York Times" as the best of the Off Broadway projects and won the first prize. She received a scholarship from the Guggenheim Foundation. In 1989 she came back to Poland. Since 1996 years Bakuła has organized Franz Schubert's Music Festivals. In 1997 she has established the Hanna Bakuła Foundation and later, the Women's Club. Hanna Bakuła is an author of many portraits, including Grace Jones, Liv Ullmann, Yehudi Menuhin. She works and lives in Warsaw.
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