Marijana Cvetković, a producer, curator, and lecturer with a background in art history, cultural policy, and cultural management, has made significant contributions to the social dimensions of culture and art. She holds a master’s degree in management in culture and cultural policy and is currently pursuing a PhD in museum management and development. Marijana has been actively involved in various programs and projects related to cultural policy, international cultural cooperation, contemporary dance, visual arts, and museums. She is a co-founder of Station Service for Contemporary Dance and Nomad Dance Academy, platforms dedicated to the development of contemporary dance and performing arts in the Balkans. Additionally, she serves as a cultural activist within the independent cultural scenes of Belgrade and Serbia, where she co-founded platforms such as druga scena (other scene), Cultural Centre Magacin, Association of Independent Culture of Serbia, and Platform for the Commons “Zajedničko”.

As a lecturer at the University of Arts in Belgrade and the University Lyon 2, but also at many informal education platforms, she imparts knowledge in areas such as curatorial studies, networking, cultural policy and management of cultural heritage.

In 2018 she received the Jelena Šantić Award “for consistency in her work and promotion of contemporary dance, continuous advocacy for better working conditions in the field of culture”.

Dorćol Platz - main hall

23. May