Before settling down in the UK where she will start her MA in Arts and Cultural Management at King’s College London this September, Julie had lived in Hungary, Italy, France, Taiwan, Czech republic and Serbia. In 2015 she graduated with a BA (Hons) in Arts Management from Oxford Brookes University/IBS Budapest. She spent her placement year working for two art-residency programs in both Prague and Budapest where she developed her arts management skills while contributing to the growth of international artists. Being exposed to the complex world of Arts Management influenced her decision to write her final thesis on the emergence of Contemporary Art in Istanbul and the role of private sponsorship.
Later in 2017, Julie did an art management/curatorial residency with Belgrade AIR, Center 424 during which she worked alongside local and international artists. While in Belgrade, Julie organized a series of workshops on how to market yourself as an artist.
Julie took part in the Unicult2020, International Arts and Cultural Management and Cultural Policy program in Rijeka where she presented two of her projects : CurAsia/Taiwan and The Folk Van. She was awarded with the Radmila Majtejcic Scholarship.
Apart from being passionate about the Arts, Julie prides herself on speaking five languages. Her latest challenge was mastering Chinese, which she studied at Ming Chuan University in Taiwan (2016/2017). While in Asia, Julie volunteered to publish texts for gallerists and for local artists.
Julie is also an avid traveler greatly interested in cultures of the world. In her spare time she enjoys reading, acting and belly dancing.
- Architecture of London
- Fashion History
- Critical theory in Contemporary Arts
- Art Criticism
- Magyarul (Hungarian)
- 中文 (Chinese)
Areas of interest:
- Cultural mobility
- Art market
- Art Marketing
- Identity formation
- Eastern Europe
- Asian Art (China and Taiwan)
- Oxford Brookes University
- International Business School of Budapest
- University of the Arts London
- Ming Chuan University
Photos by Tanja Kanazir