Thank you to the following individuals for playing a role in the ongoing creation of this project:

Poland and Ukraine:

 

Warsaw

Joanna Biernacka

Ewa Chomicka
Lauren Dubowsky

Anna Dunczyk-Szulc

Bogdan Frankowski

Magda Konopka

Marta Maćkowiak

Paweł Morga

Rachel Moss

Dominika Pasterska

Anna Przybyszewska-Drozd 

Agnieszka Rezka

Tadeusz Rudzki

Władek Rybiński

Aleksandra Sajdak

Matan Shefi

Monika Tutak

Yaelle Vishnizki-Levi

Stanisław Webel

Pamela Wells

Maciej Wzorek

Katie Zazenski

 

Kraków

Jess Hooks

Jakub Nowakowski

Magda Rubenfeld

Michael Rubenfeld

Adam Schorin

Wieliczka

Agata Franaszek

Stefan Kisielowski

Anna Krzeczkowska-Ślusarczyk

Andrzej Łoziczonek

Małgorzata Łoziczonek

Małgorzata Międzobrodzka

Kinga Stabrowa

Urszula Żyznowska

Włodawa

Marek Bem

Konrad Smoliński

Lublin

Ludomir Franszak

Marta Góźdź

 

Lviv

Olena Andronatiy

Jay Osborn

Marla Raucher-Osborn

US:

 

Michael Boyd

Christopher Carroll

Orietta Crispino

Monika Fabijańska

Bean Gilsdorf

Meredith Gaglio

Elise Gardella

Ivan Gilbert

Rebecca Guber

Kara Hearn

Guy de Lancey

Dawn Leuck

Bernice Levy

Doug Levy

Clarinda Mac Low

Kristyna and Marek Milde

Will Penrose

Bartek Remisko

Elisabeth Smolarz

Jillian Steinhauer

Sarah Cameron Sunde

Tobaron Waxman

Czech Republic

Tereza Jindrova

Ondrej Stupal

Pavla Skerankova

Pavel Sterec

Dusan Zahoransky


 

Presenting Partners:

Poland
Cracow Saltworks Museum (Wieliczka)

Festivalt (Kraków)

Galicia Jewish Museum (Kraków),

Inicjatywa LWL (Włodawa),

JCC Warszawa (Warsaw),

Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute (Warsaw)

Instytut Teatralny (Warsaw)

Montelupich Prison (Kraków)

Museum of the City of Kraków Eagle Pharmacy/Apteka Pod Orłem  

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Warsaw)

Public Library of the City of Wieliczka

New York

Asylum Arts

La MaMa Galleria

Nurtureart

Prague

Foundation and Center for Contemporary Art 

PAULINA has been developed in cooperation with POLIN Museum of Polish Jews, Warsaw; with significant research support by the Archive and Genealogy Departments of The Emmanual Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw. PAULINA was 2019 project-in-residence of Festivalt, Krakow. The project has been made possible through grants from Asylum Arts, New York; the US Embassy, Warsaw, Poland; and thanks to Brooklyn Arts Council fiscal sponsorship, it has received donations from 90+ individuals.

©  ML + PD 2020

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