Esther Griffin

Esther Griffin obtained her Master’s degree in Law in 2005 from Tilburg University (NL). Subsequently, she joined the Dutch Bar Association and worked at law firms and non-profit organizations in various fields of civil and administrative law. In 2017, she moved to the USA, which gave her the opportunity to pursue her interest in the arts. While studying, she volunteered at the Manayunk Roxborough Art Center in Philadelphia, the Art Paper Magazine in Atlanta and the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, among others. In 2019, she worked as a guest curator for the Studio Museum Jac Maris and obtained her Master’s degree in Art History from the Open University (UK).

Starting March 2020, Ms Griffin is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the University of Warsaw, as part of the PALAMUSTO project funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union. She is writing her PhD on the architecture and collections of Queen Maria Kazimiera and her female aristocratic contemporaries, under the supervision of dr hab. Barbara Arciszewska. Currently, she is preparing a publication on the architectural patronage of Ludwika Zamoyska – Poniatowska, sister of the last king of Poland.

Ostatnia aktualizacja 08/12/2020