Paulina Wycichowska – biography

Paulina Wycichowska – Polish dancer, soloist of the Polish Dance Theater in Poznań, dance teacher and choreographer, daughter of Ewa Wycichowska.
A graduate of the General Ballet School of Olga Sławska-Lipczyńska in Poznań (1995) and London Contemporary Dance School (1998), where she studied contemporary dance in the executive, pedagogical and choreographic dimension. Paulina is also a graduate of the University of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (professional diploma in church music and theology, 2008).
She is a laureate of the Poznań City Award for Young Artists for the performance “Stop non stop” (2011). She was a scholarship holder of the British Council (1996), danceWEB at the festival and international contemporary dance workshops ImPulsTanz in Vienna (1998), the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (observer of the Bagnolet Choreographic Competition in Paris – 2000) and the Marshal of the Greater Poland Voivodeship (2009). She took part in the international Pointe to Point project organized by the ASEF Asia – Europe Foundation, during which she collaborated with internationally renowned artist Ben Cabrera. In 2011, she received the prestigious scholarship of the Young Poland Minister of Culture and National Heritage, and in 2013 she was awarded a scholarship addressed to outstanding artists in various fields of art.
Since 1998, she has been associated with the Polish Dance Theater as a soloist and choreographer. He is a lecturer at the Dance School of Social Skills and a guest lecturer at the State School of Theater. Ludwik Solski (branch in Wrocław). He is a teacher of contemporary dance (in various techniques, including those based on Graham and Cunningham) and choreology. He runs annual courses as part of the International Contemporary Dance Workshops in Poznań. He also cooperates with many centers in Poland carrying out contemporary dance, body therapy and choreology workshops at all levels.
She danced in performances created by the following choreographers: Ohad Naharin, Orjan Andersson, Jens Ostberg, Dominique Baguet, Joe Alter, Jossi Berg, Virpi Pakkinen, Istvan Juhos-Putto, Wayne McGregor, Sue McLennan, Henri Oguike, Ewa Wycichowska, Jacek Przybyłowicz, Iwona Pasińska, Magdalena Reiter, Anna Piotrowska.
Paulina Wycichowska is the author of over twenty choreographic works, including five large, full-evening performances. She carried out her work in Poland, Great Britain and Germany. She is one of the initiators of the creation of the Polish Dance Theater Atelier and took part in most of his projects.