Alicja Knast

The Director of the Muzeum Śląskie in Katowice, Poland since July 2014. A musicologist committed to the museum industry since 1995. Formerly, the Managing Director of the Core Exhibition at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (2012-2014) and curator at the Fryderyk Chopin Museum (2009-2012). Between 2014 and 2016, the Director at the Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom, Poland. Lecturer at the London Metropolitan University (2005-2006) and Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth (2005-2008). A holder of scholarships from, among others, Museumvereniging in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, USA. A member of international museum associations such as the International Council of Museums, the International Committee of Museums and Collections of Musical Instruments and of museum councils of the Castle Museum in Pszczyna, the Polish History Museum, the Ossolineum of Wrocław and the Programme Council of the Rondo Sztuki of the Academy of Fine Arts Katowice. A member of the Museum Council at the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. An author of publications devoted to instrumentology, music psychology, implicit learning and museology. A winner of the first-class Royal Order of the Polar Star granted by the King Gustaf of Sweden in 2011, the Badge of Merits for the Polish Culture 2015 and the Red Dot Award 2011 (a co-winner with Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto).

Marek Bącławek
Deputy Director for Administration and Investments
t. +48 32 213 08 44
Sonia Wilk
Representative of the Director of Muzeum Śląskie for Core Operations
t. +48 32 213 08 12
Łukasz Adamski
Representative of the Director of Muzeum Śląskie for Projects
t. +48 32 213 08 33
Jolanta Grabalska
Chief Accountant
t. +48 32 779 93 79

40-205 Katowice
ul. T. Dobrowolskiego 1
tel. +48 32 779 93 00

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Muzeum Śląskie
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Secretarial Office
Anna Harazmus
Director Assistant
t. +48 32 779 93 01
Maja Duda
Director Assistant
t. +48 32 213 08 81
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