Mika Drozdowska works as a curator in BWA Wrocław Galleries of Contemporary Art and head of the SIC! BWA Wrocław Gallery (which she transformed from the Glass and Ceramics Gallery), putting emphasis on experiments and searching for new values.
Her interests focus on glass and ceramics as a medium of contemporary art. In turn, her experience and deep interest in art in the public space means that she tries to operate at the interface of these two fields (an example of which is the project of the city game GlassGo and Art on request, a mobile gallery with the exhibition Invasive species by Ben Snuffy Wright). Author of many exhibitions of contemporary art including As He fled on his pedalo by Philemon Vanorle, Still Life by John Moran, Florentine Syndrome by Einar and Jamex de la Torre, Everything come in handy by Kalina Bańk, Exotic dreams and poetic misunderstanding by Lin Wang and many others. Co-author of the residency program in BWA Wrocław. Board member of Studio Gent Glass in Gent (Belgium).
She worked as a producer of many projects and exhibitions, and also as a coordinator of two editions of the International Biennale of Urban Art OUT OF STH (2012, 2014) in BWA Wrocław.
Graduated from the Faculty of Glass and Ceramics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw (Poland). She also studied at the University of Anadolu in Eskisehir (Turkey).