1st in 2nd year
Petra Bole graduated at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana and continued her studies at the London Metropolitan University (MA Jewellery & Silversmithing). As a doctoral candidate she researches the importance and role of contemporary jewellery in the art field. She is the founding member of the Association of Contemporary Jewellery of Slovenia. She participated in 8 solo exhibitions, 29 group exhibitions in Slovenia and in 19 group exhibitions abroad (Austria, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Columbia, Denmark and Great Britain) and helped organize 6 projects (BREAK 21, BIO 19 – round table on contemporary jewellery, Ministry of Culture, Bilateral focus). Jewellery is her passion and her way of life. She is interested in the space and body, in the conceptual jewellery as a paradigm of contemporary art and architectural jewellery. For her, jewellery is contemporary art.
Nina Jesih, born in Kranj (1988) is a graduate of Art History (Faculty of Arts Ljubljana) and will be continuing her studies on a Masters programme in Curatorial Practice in UK. She is a volunteer at the Museum of Natural History and she was also collaborating with Jakopič Gallery where she helped setting up a few exhibitions. Her articles are being published in art history magazine Artfiks, on web portal mojpogled.com and international web page honestcooking.com. She is a research assistant of dr. Noah Charney for an upcoming book project about conceptual art, in addition, she is a member of Šugla (School of Street Theatre), which is a part of Ana Monro Theatre.
Zala Kurinčič. Born in Ljubljana, bach. of Social Anthropology and Culture Studies, finishing master program of Cognitive Science. Wide range of interests: from observation of aesthetic experience with eye-tracker, to critical theory, from philosophy of science to improving user experience of exhibition spaces.
Hana Ostan Ožbolt (1991, Ljubljana) graduated from a double major study of Comparative Literature with Literary Theory and Germanic Studiies at the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts in 2014. She spent the 2012/13 academic year on a one-year student exchange at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, where she also gained six months’ work experience in one of Berlin’s private galleries. She has worked with the City of Women festival and Liffe as a volunteer for the past two years and as a Public Relations representative for Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana (2014–2015). She is currently finishing the second year of a Master’s Degree in the History of Art at the Faculty of Arts. Contemporary art delights her and speaks to her on a very deep level.
Mojca Sfiligoj, born in Ljubljana, employed at the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, working in the area of protection of cultural heritage. After having completed Secondary School for Design and Photography she graduated at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration. She is now obtaining her master’s of arts degree in the area of Intercultural Management at the School of Advanced Social Studies. She actively renovates and revitalises a cultural ethnological monument near Ljubljana.
Katarina Stopar (1987), born in Ljubljana. She is currently concluding her degrees in Art History and Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Already as a student she worked at the National Gallery of Slovenia as a gallery guide for preschool, primary and secondary school pupils. Since 2011 she has been writing articles on culture for one of the most significant radio stations in Slovenia, Radio Student. In her spare time she paints portraits and enjoys reading philosophy. She is also a contributor of literary works for the Literatura Literary Artistic Association.
Jerko Gluščević (1962), born in Dalmatia, lived and studied in Croatia, graduated in 1985 at University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture. Worked as architect in Croatia, Algeria and finally in Slovenia. All his life passionate and enthusiastic about art: visual, literature, theatre, film, music, contemporary dance, design.
Maruša Meglič (1989), born in Ljubljana. In 2012, she graduated from Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. As a part of a postgraduate student exchange program she studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. She has participated in several group exhibitions both home and abroad. Her first solo exhibition was in Bežigrad Gallery 1. Finishing her masters studies, she lives and works in Ljubljana.
Lili Anamarija No, currently a student at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design Ljubljana, Department of Painting. I see curatorial knowledge as a complementary and necessary part of the integrity of a contemporary visual artist.
I will always act in favour and the interest of Art and common good.
Domen Ograjenšek is finishing his studies of philosophy at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. He is an art critic at Radio Student and publishes texts in Tribuna, Šum, etc. also. In his research he is focusing on the gap between German idealism and contemporary French philosophy, studying their breaks, continuities and their correlations in contemporary artistic practices.
Miha Poljak (1979), rojen v Ljubljani. Na Filozofski fakulteti v Ljubljani je študiral dvopredmetni študij sociologije kulture in filozofije. V okviru podjetja Studia Černe je skrbel za organizacijo likovnih razstav tako s tujimi kot slovenskimi avtorji. Trenutno je urednik spletnih strani, ukvarja se z digitalnim trženjem, razvojem produktov in iskanjem novih paradigem.