Meet our members

The Cultural Managers Network consists of around 200 cultural managers from Europe and the Middle East and North Africa. Here you can find their profiles and get an idea of their work.
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Joanna Szlauderbach
Cross-Sector, Cross-sector collaboration, Cultural exchange, Organisational development
Festival, Interactive communication, Interdisciplinary, Multidisciplinarity, Story-telling, Visual arts
About me:

I work at the intersection of New Technologies X Arts X Science X Society & Entrepreneurship.

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LORENZA SALATI
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João Guimarães
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Marta Klepo
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Eszter Tóth
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Refik Akyuz
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Slávka Rude-Porubska
Cultural exchange
Literature
Germany, Slovakia
About me:

Slávka Rude-Porubská studied German Studies, Slavic Studies and Journalism at Nitra, Odense and Regensburg. After finishing her PhD in Books Studies she currently works as lecturer and assistant professor at the LMU Munich as well as a freelance literary translator, editor, journalist and web editor.

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Mxolisi Sonti
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RalphNuava RalphNuava
The commons
About me:

Познакомься с сексуальной девушкой прямо сейчас: http://terlacalrai.tk/kp4hu?&wcmee=uNc9znDGh9

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Susan Lahesalu
Organisational development, Participation & Active citizenship, Sustainability, Youth & Children
Music, Performance
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Stefanie Hübner
Cultural exchange
Literature
Germany
About me:

Stefanie Hübner managed the arts and culture department within the International Elias Canetti Society in Ruse (Bulgaria) from 2008 to 2010.

After returning to Germany she worked as Cultural Education Consultant at the Cultural Office North Rhine-Westphalia in Gütersloh. In addition to her executive and coordinating function for several projects in the fields of children’s and youth education, she worked on committees deciding on the sponsorship and promotion of youth theatre as well as for artistic projects in schools.

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Oliver Pinchbeck
Community development, Cross-sector collaboration
Circus, Contemporary arts, Dance, Interdisciplinary, Performance
Germany
About me:

A project manger turned street-performer, I decided in 2015 to devote my skills towards helping young artists develop.

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Fabien Stephan
Education
Germany
About me:

Fabien studied Political Science at the Universities of Tübingen, Sciences Po Paris and FU Berlin. He worked on several grass-root projects in Berlin before working at the German-French Youth Office as project-manager. He headed off to Romania for three years as Cultural Manager for the Institute for Foreign Relations and as fellow for the Robert Bosch Foundation's Program for Cultural Managers. He has worked the last two years for the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA) to enhance cooperation and quality management in international higher education.

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Livia Rozsas
Community development
Digital
Hungary
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Bernd Böttcher
Literature
Germany
About me:

Cultural studies at European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), focus on literature and history of Central and Eastern Europe, internships and studies abroad in Poland;
Personal interests in Central European history, history policies, and transformation politics;
As a cultural manager at Chernivtsi Bukovina Center (Ukraine), I focused on literature, photography, and music as evidence of current and historic transition processes in Western Ukraine.

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Andra Vaida
Cultural exchange, Sustainability
Crafts, Heritage, Interdisciplinary, Multidisciplinarity
Germany, Romania
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Christine Rahn
Cultural exchange
Contemporary arts, Education
About me:

Hi there, here wishs to join another alumna from the RBCM programme in Central & Southeastern Europe.

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Jana Elisa Falkenroth
Urban development
Germany
About me:

Jana Elisa Falkenroth is a cultural manager from Berlin, Germany with interests in contemporary art, film, experimental theatre and the cultures of South Eastern Europe. She was awarded a 2-year scholarship for cultural managers in Eastern and South Eastern Europe by the Robert Bosch Foundation which she spent working with the NGO Drugo More in Rijeka, Croatia.

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Shota Bukoshi
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Ulrike Plüschke
Interactive communication
Germany
About me:

Ulrike Plüschke worked as a Robert Bosch Cultural Manager at the Edith Stein Haus in Wroclaw, Poland from 2006-2009, where she directed the program department of the Edith Stein Society. She further developed the Edith Stein Haus as the center for cultural dialogue and prepared for the transfer of the program department to a new Polish successor. She instituted international meetings, German-Polish networking initiatives, projects for intercultural and historical education as well as cultural events.

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Bernd Janning
Urban development
Literature
Germany
About me:

Since 2014, he has been a PR and project manager at "Social Impact - Agency for Social Innovations" in Berlin. From 2012 to 2013, he worked as a project manager at the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) in Vienna. From 2010 until 2012, he was Robert Bosch Cultural Manager at the International Elias Canetti Society in Ruse, Bulgaria.

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Timon Perabo
Civic rights & Activisim, Community development, Cultural exchange, Discrimination, Migration
Education
Germany
About me:

Timon studied social and political sciences with a special interest in the transformation processes in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. As culture manager of the Robert Bosch Foundation he worked in Kosovo during the time it became independent. Main topics of his international cultural work in Kosovo were migration and culture of remembrance. He further persued these issues when returning to Berlin in 2009.

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Hajnal Szolga
Media
Hungary
About me:

Hajnal Szolga is cultural manager, curator, designer and activist. She lives in Pécs and Budapest (HU).She obtained her M.A. in Philosophy and in Communication and Media Sciences at the University in Pécs and studied European Ethnology at Humboldt University in Berlin. In 2004 she co-founded SosemArt Association, a non-profit cultural organisation based in Pécs, which provides management for artists, operates as a publisher, and an event organiser.

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