Martyna Bagińska is a Social Psychology student working mainly in the field of feminism, Psychology of power and Cross-cultural Psychology. She is also involved in a volunteer project by Chlebem i Solą helping refugees living in Warsaw. Since her youngest times she has been involved in many projects and new experiences making her curious of new perspectives. She has attended the seminar in Luxembourg focusing on the power of street art as an educational method. Martyna’s dream is to educate and change the world through art and less conventional methods focusing on psychological aspects of one’s being as privately she is keen on modern art. Vegetarian, proud dog mum of 6, people and forest lover.
Updated April 2021.
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