Who?

Marina Batinić

Marina has a B.A. and M.A. degrees in Art History and English Language and Literature (University of Split, Croatia); M.A. in History, Archaeology and Mediterranean Arts (University of Perpignan Via Domitia, France) and an M.A. in Cultural Heritage Management (joint French-Spanish degree from the University in Perpignan and Balearic Islands, Spain). She has been working as a cultural project manager and her past work experience includes several NGOs, the University of Perpignan, the European Commission (Bluebook trainee at the DG DEVCO – International Cooperation and Development, Knowledge Management Unit) and the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine (Ecole de Chaillot – International actions department in the framework of the program “Profession Culture” by the French Ministry of Culture), Paris, France. She currently lives in Brussels, Belgium.
Her field of expertise is cultural heritage management, international relations and project management.


Jasmina Šarić

Jasmina has obtained her B.A. and M.A. degrees in Art History and Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split and has been working as a freelance curator ever since. She lived in Croatia, France, Belgium and Sweden. Her working experience includes the University of Split (international relations units), NGOs (both as a volunteer and a consultant) and European Commission (Bluebook trainee in Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency). She has worked on preparation, management and evaluation of Erasmus+ projects and participated in several trainings and projects, including non-formal education. Currently, she is a candidate at International Master Programme in Curating Art, including Management and Law, at Stockholm University.
Her field of expertise is project planning, contemporary art and art management.


Kristina Tešija

Kristina has obtained her B.A. and M.A. degrees in Philosophy and Croatian Language and Literature at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split and finished educational programme for working with youth. She lived in Croatia and Slovenia. She has been working as a teacher, teaching assistant and a journalist for NGOs and schools. Experienced in non formal education, she has participated in numerous projects, working on subjects including democracy, social impact and intercultural dialogue. She is an editor and host at a community radio KLFM and a freelance theatre critic. Currently, she is working as a sign language interpreter and communication mediator.
Her field of expertise is non-formal education, youth and project coordination.