Now based in London, Julie has lived in every corner of the globe; from Hungary, Italy, France, Taiwan, Czech republic to Serbia. She holds a Master’s Degree in Arts and Cultural Management from King’s College London and a BA (Hons) in Arts Management from Oxford Brookes University. Julie has worked for various arts organizations such as the Meetfactory in Prague, The Budapest Art Factory in Budapest, Belgrade AIR in Serbia and Scan Project Room in London among others.

In 2017, 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. Later in 2018, she received a scholarship to attend a course on Asian Contemporary Art with Christie’s and Hong Kong University.

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.


Extra- certifications:

  • Architecture of London
  • Fashion History
  • Critical theory in Contemporary Arts
  • Art Criticism


  • English
  • Italiano
  • Français
  • Magyarul (Hungarian)
  • 中文  (Chinese)

Areas of interest:

  • Cultural mobility
  • Art market
  • Globalization
  • Eastern Europe
  • Asian Art (China and Taiwan)


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