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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Max Mustermann
Empowerment
Community arts
Afghanistan
About me:

What about me?

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Radmila Krstajic
Cultural exchange
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Sibylla Vričić Hausmann
European Capital of Culture
Education
Germany
About me:

Sibylla studied Literary Science in Münster and Berlin. As a student, she gained interest in Southeastern Europe and started to learn about the social and cultural past and present of the region, especially the "Ex-Yugoslavian" states.

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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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Virag Major
Sustainability
Contemporary arts, Interdisciplinary, Visual arts
Germany, Hungary
About me:

Virág Major is an independent curator and cultural manager based in Berlin. She has worked internationally in the field of visual arts, from gallery assistance in contemporary galleries, through project management for the Contemporary Architecture Center in Budapest and an inspiring year working for the Curatorial Department of dOCUMENTA(13), to the Cultural Manager position of the Vasarely Museum - Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest. In her projects her interests lay in (art) education, developing empowering, non-formal formats for learning, as well as participative, processual, pratical as well as discoursive approaches. Especially passionate about artistic strategies engaged in agriculture and subsistence, she edited the publication Reap and Sow interlinking agricultural art practices and utopistic thinking. Her current projects are ART MATTERS, looking into artistic practices in post-migrant societies, The School of Free Printing and DemoLab, a non-formal artistic-civic educational project in Hungary based on methods of refompedagogist Célestin Freinet. She is representative and board member of the Robert Bosch Cultural Managers Network and pursuing postgradual studies in curating at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig.

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Andra Vaida
Cultural exchange, Sustainability
Crafts, Heritage, Interdisciplinary, Multidisciplinarity
Germany, Romania
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Alexander Besch
Cultural exchange
Education
Egypt
About me:

I graduated with degrees in Political Science, Islamic Studies, and Economics from the University of Hamburg in 2009 with a thesis about external support for transformation in Egypt.

I became familiar with Egypt during my studies. An internship at the German Embassy in Cairo gave me my first experience in implementing cultural projects.

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Susan Lahesalu
Organisational development, Participation & Active citizenship, Sustainability, Youth & Children
Music, Performance
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Micaela Casalboni
Community development, Cross-Sector, Cultural exchange, Empowerment, Global & Local, Participation & Active citizenship, Youth & Children
Community arts, Education, Interdisciplinary, Theatre, Youth
Italy
About me:

Actress, theatre teacher, international and intercultural projects as co-art director of Teatro dell'Argine (Italy)

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RalphNuava RalphNuava
The commons
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Christine Rahn
Cultural exchange
Contemporary arts, Education
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Hi there, here wishs to join another alumna from the RBCM programme in Central & Southeastern Europe.

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Axel Halling
Literature
Germany
About me:

East European Studies, East & Southeast European History at FU Berlin, Hungarian Studies at HU Berlin at INALCO and Sorbonne Nouvelle IV Paris and at ELTE Budapest. From 1996-2007 in cultural exchange between mainly Hungary & Germany, f.ex. at the Hungarian Cultural Institut Berlin & as Robert Bosch Cultural Manager in Pėcs (2004-7).

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Astrid Thews
Community development, Organisational development
Education, Public Space, Youth
Germany
About me:

As freelance cultural manager, facilitator and systemic organizational development consultant, I am involved with various civic and cultural projects and organizations in Germany, Egypt and other countries in the MENA region. In 2011, I co-founded the Cairo-based organization Mahatat for contemporary art. As voluntary commitments, I was representative of the Robert Bosch Cultural Managers Network in 2016 and 2017 and currently am a board member of TraumWerkStadt e.V. I am passionate about fostering an open society and creating spaces for encounter and learning.

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Vilma Dzienaite
Political engagement
Music
Germany
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I am a freelance cultural manager from Vilnius, Lithuania, currently based in Mannheim, Germany.

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Abdelsamee Abouelhamd
Civic rights & Activisim
Interdisciplinary, Street Theatre, Theatre, Video, Youth
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Małgorzata Ćwikła
European Capital of Culture
Education
Poland
About me:

Małgorzata Ćwikła is a PhD student at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication (Universityof Krakow) where she is writing her dissertation about theatrical co-productions with special attention given to project management in the European performing arts. She worked as a curator and producer of cultural projects in Germany, Poland and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Kotryna Valiukeviciute
Cross-Sector, Environment, Organisational development
Architecture, Public Space
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Coming soon info about me

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Wiebke Stadler
Cross-Sector, Cross-sector collaboration, Empowerment, Environment, Mindfulness, Participation & Active citizenship, Personal leadership, Sustainability
Contemporary arts, Education
Germany
About me:

Wiebke Stadler was working as Robert Bosch cultural manager from 2009 till 2011 in Skopje, Macedonia for the NGO Kontrapunkt. She is currently working as leading curator "discourse & society" for the foundation Nantesbuch. The foundation Nantesbuch, based in the alpine fotthills close to munich, fosters arts and nature as a source to develop responsible thinking and practice.

previously she worked as project manager in the field of arts education for the foundation Mercator. After her stay in Macedonia she worked for one year as a member of the curatorial team of MS Dockville Kunstcamp in Hamburg and meanwhile co-initiated the international online discussion platform www.kuma-talks.eu

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Senta Höfer
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Ludwig Henne
European Capital of Culture
Contemporary arts
Germany
About me:

I studied cultural studies as well as communication and media studies at the Universität Leipzig. Since 2000, I have worked as a board member in various local and international cultural associations such as the Leipziger Hörspielsommer, the Kunstverein Leipzig, and the artist-in-residence program “blumen.” I have worked and studied in England, Tanzania, and China. From 2007 to 2009, I worked for two years at the Universität Leipzig, where I developed and implemented a fund-raising strategy for the university’s 600-year anniversary.

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Mohamed El Kajjouny
Organisational development, Personal leadership, Youth & Children
Education, Festival, Heritage, Media, Street Theatre, Theatre, Youth
Morocco
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Tímea Szőke
Community development, Cross-sector collaboration, Cultural exchange
Community arts, Dance, Interdisciplinary, Performance, Public Space, Theatre, Visual arts
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Veronika Lajer
Urban development
Architecture
Hungary
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Veronika Lájer (1979) is an art historian and graduated Phd-Student (2012) from Budapest, Hungary. She is complating her thesis is on the "Oeuvre of Ludwig Rauscher (1845-1914)" - an important German-Hungarian architect, graphic artist and professor of 'arts and crafts'. Her thesis based on the the topics of urban art and architecture, art education, neo-renaissance and modern art history in Eastern and Western Europe.
She is also an educated communicator, specialized in radio-journalism and education. She worked as cultural program coordinator at the Ludwig Museum - Museum for Contemporary Art, Budapest (2005-2008). And she was also a curator and head of the suburb project room, LudwigInzert of the Museum (2010-2011). She is interested in intercultural; social-political and critical projects with artist in residence.

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