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Piotr Stanek  dancer. He spent 6 years as a member of the Złocienie folk dance ensemble led by Roman Kowalewicz. Stanek participated in seven editions of National Contemporary Dance Workshops Na bosaka [Barefoot] in Połczyn Zdrój, where he worked with such pedagogues as Witold Jurewicz, Jacek Owczarek, Leszek Bzdyl, Igor Podsiadło, Dawid Lorenc, and Krzysztof Skolimowski. Since 2011 he has been enrolled in the Ludwik Solski State Theatre School in Craco, Dance Theatre Department in Bytom, studying with Jacek Łumiński, Sylwia Hefczyńska-Lewandowska, Janusz Skubaczkowski, and Ilona Trybuła. Stanek won the audience award at the National Eliminations for the Eurovision Young Dancers 2013. He danced in Dada von Bzdülöws Enclave 4/7 choreographed by Roberto Olivana. He is a founding member of the Bad dancing good art duo, as well as the author of Zrabowali mi składaka [They stole my folding bike], which he presented at the Żak club in Gdańsk as part of the RESIDENCE/PREMIERE 2014 program. Stanek played the main part in the diploma performance of Ubu Roi, ou les Polonais directed by Jerzy Stuhr, and danced in Working title: Ego choreographed by Jens Van Daele.

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