Dimitra Tsiaouskoglou is an art historian, curator and cultural manager based in Athens. Her postgraduate studies include Art History (Aristotle University), Curating (École du MAGASIN, Grenoble), and Socially Engaged Practices in Museums and Galleries (Leicester University, UK). She’s received grants and fellowships for various international workshops and exchanges (START – Create Cultural Change – Robert Bosch Stiftung, NRW International Visitors Programme, Summer Academy of Fine Arts – Salzburg, NEON Curatorial Exchange, Transforming Future Museums – British Council, Cultural Management Academy – Goethe Institut, et.al.). Her diverse experience span from research and writing, mediation and education to production and curating. Her experience as an art mediator (Documenta 14, NEON Organization) and her involvement in community art & education projects have fueled her passion towards art which functions as an agent of social change. Her latest projects involve contemporary artistic practices in rural environments, and art interventions in healthcare settings.