What We Do

Leading and pioneering interdisciplinary and multi-cultural artistic actions in cooperation with various cultural institutions, artists, art professionals and members of civil society by offering expertise in international project management, fund raising, public relations and artist management.

Regularly writing feature articles that examine cultural policies, funding structures, programming and professional management practices in Berlin, other parts of Germany as well as Europe. The writing involves a combination of research, interviews with policy makers, directors as well as artists whilst offering an analysis and perspective from a stand of an Asian cultural practitioner.

• International advisor for Public Art Lab’s EU project called Media Facades Festival Europe 2010, Berlin-Madrid-Linz-Liverpool-Budapest-Brussels;

• Professional Artist Management and International Promotion of Matanicola, a Berlin- based company founded by Israeli and Italian choreographers/performers, Matan Zamir and Nicola Mascia;

• Independent curatorial consultant for RADIALSYSTEM V, a new space for the arts, Berlin, Germany;

• Initiator and Curator ZENSORS, supported by the Japan Foundation, originally presented through the platform of Public Art Lab;

• Project Management Consultancy for Walkscreen and Akademie der Kuenste’s Challenging Walls preparatory meeting for the 20th year of the fall of the Berlin Wall, 2009, June 2008, Berlin, Germany

• Conference Management and International Press Support for Media Facades Festival Berlin, July-October 2008

Agnieszka Wlazel

Photo: Agnieszka Wlazel

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