Magdalena Moursy

Head of Cultural Programming and Partnerships

London, United Kingdom
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About me

My events, series and digital content bring people together by showcasing and exchanging arts, ideas and cultures.


  • Art Events
  • Production
  • Event Management
  • Venue Management
  • Client Liaison
  • Public Communications
  • Art Curation
  • Artist Promotion
  • Social Media Management
  • Creative Events
  • Arts Programming
  • Music Programming
  • Events Programming
  • Creative Programming
  • Creative Production
  • Creative Projects
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Cultural Event
  • Arts Culture
  • Cross-cultural Working
  • Digital Content
  • Website Content
  • Website Copywriting
  • Copywriting Editorial
  • Email Communications
  • Email Campaign
  • Cultural Communications
  • Editorial Campaigns

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Secret Productions

    Secret Productions

    • Events
  • Second Home

    Second Home

    • Social Enterprise

Work history


Head of Cultural Programming LA

Second Home

Mar 2019
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • Full Time


Events Manager

Second Home

Feb 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time


Assistant Project Management

Secret Productions

Jun 2016 - Jan 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • Communications and Programme Coordinator for Project Farmopolis - a multi purpose cultural venue and RHS Chelsea Flower Show re-home project. Curating and organising events. Event management and all communications for the venue. Project Manager of Christmas Enchanted Forest Design for Greenwich Peninsula. Organising and sourcing materials, project management and allocated budget management. Programming Manager at Echoes Founders Party in Norfolk (July 2016) . Sourcing, booking and scheduling all non-music acts over three day event



Art History, Art Market

Leeds University

Sep 2011 - Jul 2014
  • Leeds, United Kingdom
  • Obtained High 2:1 Received 1st Class Honours in Dissertation 'The Use of Photography as a Political Weapon in Weimar Germany'