Holding a conversation can be compared to maintaining a good volley in a tennis match. Sometimes, when you run out of things to say, you don't need words anymore and it could be time for a kiss. But times have changed. Women respond well to this sort of gesture. Pen, clutches, Bags, belt, Dress. Long distance relationships are difficult. Stick to sold colors and simple basic styles. If they say no, then admit the truth, and don't lie. Do remember that this is a dating site, not a job interview. If someone is interested in you, they'll not only take the time, they'll make the time to see you, she says. Make a good first impression. Roosevelt) If she's annoyed about something that's happening in her life, this can be a way of showing you care and a way to encourage a laugh. Be fun. Take good care of yourself. When he answers, ask him to defend his choice. In other words, don't be an Edward Cullen. You may also want to trace along her arm, drawing ever increasing in size circles, especially on the inside bend of her elbow. Talking on the phone is one thing, but actually spending time together can be awkward, uncomfortable, and a waste of time if he is not the type of man you are looking for, so, yeah, scope him out first. The note can say something like, Why don't we hang out soon? Finally, one day you can go ahead and hint your lover that you would want to date someone else. Don't online dating site beg! Men don't like all the drama women sometimes create. Just ask her out. Begging only worsens your chances of ever getting with them in the future. A girl who finds you funny is far more likely to fall for all your charms! On the other hand, it's worth paying attention to what is implicit in a profile - e. Be flirty. That's not just because they lie (although that's a possibility, too), but because the way we see ourselves often bears little relation to how others see us. When you're dating online it's important to commit to the process and to go with your gut instinct. Rarely will you ever win, if you try to pit your boyfriend against anyone in his family.

Agata Szabłowska


Dyplom z aneksem scenograficznym na Wydziale Malarstwa ASP w Gdańsku (Klatka wariatek, 2007) Bierze udział w performance i akcjach artystycznych m. in. Lód na Nowym Świecie w Warszawie (2005), performance knitting knitting w Joensuu w Finlandii (2007). Od 2008 roku prowadzi autorską pracownię na terenie Stoczni Gdańskiej.

Stypendia, nagrody:

• Nagroda Prezydenta Miasta Gdańska Młodzi Twórcy w Dziedzinie Kultury 2006;

• Stypendium Marszałka Województwa
Pomorskiego 2006/2007;

• Stypendium Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego na rok 2006/2007;

• Stypendium Prezydenta Miasta Gdańska 2006/2007.

Uczestniczyła w wystawach:

• Zbiorowa wystawa w Awinionie, Francja 2000;

• Zbiorowa wystawa rzeźby i malarstwa w Galerii Żak, Gdańsk 2006,

Scenografia i Formy Przestrzenne, Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku, 2006;

• Zbiorowa wystawa rzeźby i malarstwa w Raakkyla, Finlandia 2007;

Scenografia i Formy Przestrzenne, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Poznaniu, 2008;

Obrazy Przestrzeni, Instytut Polski w Pradze – wystawa towarzysząca XII edycji Quadriennale Scenografii w Pradze, 2011.

Diploma with scenographic annex at the Faculty of Painting, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk (La Cage aux Folles, 2007). She participates in performances and art events, including Ice at Nowy Świat in Warsaw (2005), knitting knitting performance in Joensuu, Finland (2007). Since 2008 she has been running her own studio at the Gdańsk shipyard. 

Scholarships, awards: 

• Award of the Mayor of Gdańsk, Young Artists in the Field of Culture 2006;

• Scholarship of the Marshall of the Pomorskie Province for 2006/2007;

• Scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for 2006/2007;

• Scholarship of the Mayor of Gdańsk for 2006/2007.

She presented her works at the following exhibitions:

• Collective exhibition in Avignon, France 2000;

• Collective sculpture and painting exhibition at Żak Gallery, Gdańsk 2006;

Scenography and Spatial Forms, National Museum in Gdańsk, 2006;

• Collective sculpture and painting exhibition in Raakkyla, Finland 2007;

Scenography and Spatial Forms, Academy of Fine Arts, Poznań 2008;

Images of Space, Polish Institute in Prague – exhibition accompanying the 12th edition
of the Prague Scenography Quadrennial, 2011.


Moulin Rouge, Craig Armstrong

Moulin Rouge, Craig Armstrong