(Prorubnikow - her real name) was born on June 2, 1915 in Lviv. She graduated from the ballet school at the Warsaw Opera (1932), at the age of 19 was a ballerina of the Grand Theatre in Warsaw and danced alternately with Barbara Karczmarewicz Swanilda in "Coppelia", Aspasia in "Walpurgis Night" and threefold Silesian together with Janina Kaniewska and ballet master John Ciepliński. Her brilliant career Olga Sławska started since winning the Gold Medal at the International Dance Competition in Warsaw in 1933. About her creation reviewer of "Polish Courier" wrote: "Olga Sławska was the biggest revelation yesterday morning. The young graduate student of Warsaw ballet opera aroused general admiration not only her charm and allure outside, but mainly uncommonly subtle sense of style classical technique and a truly exemplary feather lightness. "
Continuing the success story Olga Sławska won a bronze medal at the International Dance Competition in Vienna and the prize at the Olympic Dance in Berlin, which soon helped her in obtaining the engagement to the Representative of Polish Ballet, organized by Arnold Szyfman, and led in turn by Bronislava Nijinska and Leon Wójcikowski. Two seasons working in the Polish Ballet brought the most outstanding creations Olga Sławska, well-reviewed in Berlin, London and Paris.
In November 1937, together with a team of Polish Ballet, Sławska enjoyed a triumph at the International Exhibition of Technology and the Arts, winning the Grand Prix in the field of dance. She created there creations, among others, Bride in the "Song of the Earth" R. Palestra, The Bacchae and sportswoman in "Apollo and girl" L. Rozycki, also presented a wonderful interpretation of the Concerto in F minor Frederic Chopin.
1939 broke brilliantly developing career Olga Sławska. After the war, she completely devoted herself to teaching. From 1950 she worked at the Choreographic School of Gdansk, and then in the year 1951 has taken the trouble to organize a Ballet School in Poznan, which is headed as artistic director until 1970. A reflection of her constant efforts to create the highest level of artistic school was acquiring for the cooperation of prominent and creative educators, preparing the repertoire of school, organizing performances, reviews and concerts. Among the alumni Olga Sławska are significant figure of the contemporary Polish ballet, dancers, teachers and choreographers: Ewa Wycichowska, Emil Wesolowski, Maria Kijak, Anna Fronczek, Olga Kozimala, Marta Bochenek, Danuta and Jaroslaw Piaseccy, Jacek Solecki, Romuald Juszkat, Anna Staszak, Jolanta Dybus, Julius Stańda, Ewa Pawlak, Mirosław Różalski, Margaret Zalejska, Zbigniew Sobis, Francis Knapik, Danuta Kisiel, Ewa Napiórkowska, Kazimierz Ratajczak, Zbigniew Misiuda, Mariola Hendrykowska, Władysław Janicki, Margaret Połyńczuk.
By the end of her days emotionally attached to the art of ballet, Olga Sławska passed away in 1991, founded by the Great Choreographer on Holy Dance.
In 2012, we celebrated the 21 anniversary of the granting Our School name Olga Sławska-Lipczyński and the 20th anniversary awards Patroness, whose founders are her sons, Peter and Paul Lipczyński.