Andreja Malovoz gained her degrees in Archaeology and Archaeological Computing from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) and defended her doctoral thesis at Heidelberg University (Germany) in 2019. Prior to this, she worked as a Curator of Archaeology at the Županja Museum where she had an opportunity to conduct a number of research projects in the Eastern Croatian region of Slavonija. With aim of intensifying archaeological research in this remote area and provoking general interest in its archaeological and natural heritage, in 2014 her colleagues and she founded a local archaeological non-profit association Udruga za arheološka istraživanja spačvanskog krajolika (UAISK). Andreja has worked with a number of museums in setting up both permanent and temporary exhibitions and her publications interrogate the nature of landscape construction as a social phenomenon in the Bronze Age. In 2022, she joined CAS SEE as Head of the Programme Activities at the Moise Palace in Cres, thus embarking on her brand-new island adventure.
Tina Perić is a culturologist. Her topics of interest include performing arts, body, and memory. She investigated the relation of art, individual, and collective memory in the example of the 1944 fascist attack on the people from Lipa, Rijeka. She is a co-editor of the fanzine “.Drugost”, and a member of the artistic organization “Kabinet”.
Klara Peranić is a Music, Theatre, and Performance Studies graduate from the University of Groningen. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Rijeka on the topic of Feminist analysis of fairy tales. She is passionate about arts in all forms. She investigated cultural heritage and collective memory in performative customs, the impact of socio-political context on collective memory, and its multidimensional and complex relation with theatre.
Irena Molnar is a program development manager at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory who graduated, with a bachelor’s degree in Social Anthropology at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy. She is an independent curator, and project and financial manager with experience working in government and civil society organizations at the national and international levels. As an anthropologist she profiled herself most broadly in advocacy and research areas of heritage, public health, and human rights of vulnerable groups, working on securing community engagement and representation of underrepresented groups at the decision-making levels.
Valeria obtained a PhD in Business and Management from Queen Mary University (2015) with a thesis on the politics of sociality and a MA in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths (2004). She has been a visiting fellow at the John Hope Franklin Research Center, Duke University (2011) and at the DCRL (Digital Cultures Research Lab), Leuphana University (2017), before holding research positions at the Art and Design Research Institute (ADRI), Middlesex University (2015-2018) and at the Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University (2018 – 2021).
(1999) Artist who uses a broad range of software to accomplish his art works. His background consists of graphic design, video producing, and sculpturing: Real material and virtual. Everything from commercial software to free and open source. From 2D graphics, 3D objects, virtual worlds, and AI. Four acronyms that he uses are AI, AR, VR, and 3D.
Currently, he is a master’s degree student at the Academy of Applied Arts, University of Rijeka (APURI). Since 2020 he has been working as a student assistant at the Department of Intermedia. Since 2017 collaborator at the Center for Innovative Media.
Is a law graduate from the Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka. He started his career as the secretary of the Student Union of the University of Rijeka, after which he became the head of the same office. He currently works as the Head of the Office for Legal and General Affairs of the General Secretariat of the University and the head of the Student Union’s Secretariat. At the CAS SEE, he oversees and facilitates the installation and maintenance of IT systems, hardware, and software. Šolaja dentifies and recommends upgrades and changes to hardware and software, maintaining efficient and effective operations in the organization.
Obtained a master’s degree in economics from the Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism. He is responsible for carrying out building inspections & audits, coordinating reactive day-to-day maintenance, programmed maintenance, and works contracts, whilst providing a professional service on all aspects of the property.