Assistant Curator - Project ManagerThessaloniki Museum of Photography
- Thessaloniki, GreeceFreelance
Assistant Curator-Project Manager at the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (TMP) for the exhibition "Shared Sacred Sites". This exhibition examines cases of sharing and exchange between religious communities in the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Duties and skills /Conceptual Exhibition Planning: research, selection and editing of the exhibition material, resulting in a conceptual schematic proposal. /Exhibition Planning and Production: logistic implementation of the show, event organization, communications -with artists, team of curators and researchers- control over printed and digital material, etc. /Exhibition Design and Implementation: scenography (exhibition design concept), printing of the works and participation in the mounting of the exhibition. /Guided tours and presentations of the exhibition to the general public. /Parallel events -speech & panel discussions, artist talks etc. /Multitasking, public speaking, team work. /Project hosted in three institutions in Thessaloniki (Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art (MMCA), Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (TMP) and Yeni Djami). Funded by Stavros Niarchos Foundation and part of the 2017 Thessaloniki Biennale. Based on anthropological research, versions of this exhibition were first held at the "Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations" (Mucem) in Marseille (2015), then at the "Bardo Museum" in Tunis (2016). Further exhibitions are planned in Paris, Marrakech, Istanbul and New York in 2018.
Planning and Production Assistant BOZAR Museums and institutions
- Brussels, BelgiumFull Time
Planning and production assistant for the exhibition "Dey Your Lane!: Lagos Variations". Part of the "Summer of Photography", a biannual initiative spearheaded by BOZAR in collaboration with different institutions/partners that aims to establish an international platform for photography in Belgium. The central theme of the "Summer of Photography 2016" was 'Urban Vibes'. /Duties and skills Logistic implementation of the show, event organisation and planning around the opening, internal and external communication, scenography, participation in the mounting of exhibition, public speaking, multitasking, team work.
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- Exhibition Management
- Exhibition Design
- Team Management
Master of Arts (MA), PhotographyΑΑS COLLEGE of Art and Design, franchise partner of UCLan University (Central Lancashire)
- Thessaloniki, Greece
MA Design – Photography pathway explores the role of photography, one of the most powerful and persuasive forms of communication, within current society. This course, at its core, is concerned with the individual photographers’ desire to engage with his or her audience, commenting and contributing to current social, political and ideological debates.
Museology and Cultural ManagementAristoteleion Panepistimion Thessalonikis
- Thessaloniki, Greece
The Interuniversity Prostgraduate Program in Museology-Cultural Management aims at promoting museological research, conceptual planning of museums, exhibition and museum design, museum education, the presentation of archeological heritage sites, monuments and complexes, cultural management, cultural tourism on a graduate level. It is a graduate program in Greece that trains its students for any executive position in the museum, to curate and organize exhibitions, to work in the presentation of archeological sites and monuments, to engage in cultural management and cultural tourism. It combines advanced courses on reflexive theory and history with training in design (museological-conceptual design, exhibition-architectural design and heritage presentation planning) and in cultural management, as well as with hands-on experience during studies.
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Bicycle journey from Ancient Olympia to BeijingThe book of Greek Records 2008Bicycle journey from Ancient Olympia (Greece) to Beijing (China), 12000 km, 171 days, a mission that joined the two Olympic cities, promoting intercultural communication. Distinction in “The book of Greek Records”, Kastrinos Theodoris and Konstadatou Tina, ed. Dioptra, published in 2008.