Jerzy Leszek Stanecki B. May 13, 1944 in Lubz (near Hamburg). 1951-58 Primary School in Andrzejów, winner of art competitions. From 1958, studies at the Geodetic Technical School in Łódź. Complementary sports: Wrestling (junior Łódź vice-champion in featherweight classic style, Rugby (Construction) game in juniors. Until 1964, work in Geodesy, measurements throughout the country. 1964 - 1966 - Study at the Cultural and Educational Study in Łódź. 1964. –Working in the student theater "RETORTA" - "Teatr 77". Mime scene. 1966 - Studies at the PWSSP in Łódź at the Faculty of Fashion in the works. art graphics. prof. Leszek Rózga, applied graphics and typography prof. Stefan Krygier. LA - results in marathon, less than 3 hours. 1968- 71 Work at PWKF- Polish Film, graphic artist - ed. opening films. 1971 Employed at the Intaglio Printing Techniques Studio of prof. Leszek Rózga as an assistant. 1972 - Graduation from the State College of Fine Arts in Łódź. 1972 - 2016 Participation in domestic and foreign exhibitions (including undocumented ones), approx. 300. 1974–79 Realizations of wall painting. 1974 - Work on obtaining a white-line etch, first prints. 1995 - Head of the Laboratory of Basics of Workshop Graphics, Academy of Fine Arts. 2002 - Full professor title. 2002 - Member of the Accreditation Committee of Art Schools (AKUA) 2005 - Appointed by the Minister of National Education and Sport as an expert to develop Teaching Standards for Graphics for Universities. He developed standards for the 1st and 2nd cycle + standards for uniform studies. 2006 - Chairman of the art section - Accreditation Committee of Art Schools - Vice-chairman of the AKUA. 2008- 12 - Head of the Department of Workshop Graphics, Academy of Fine Arts. Winner of about 30 awards in art competitions.
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