Anamarija Ranković, director of the Institute for Culture of Ruthenians in Vojvodina (Serbia), is just having a two-week study visit at WRO Art Center. In the formula of the so-called job shadowing, she will get to know the practices of organization, i.e. methods used in managing cultural projects, developing an original art mediation program, multi-faceted work with the viewer or the Active Art Archive concept, among others.
On Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018, at 5 PM, she’ll hit the WRO audience and run a guided tour in English through the 4th Best Media Art Graduation Projects Competition exhibition.
WRO is a partner of the study visits project addressed to Serbian artists and representatives of the cultural sector. Ranković’s stay at WRO initiates a mobility support program between Wroclaw and Novi Sad. Novi Sad is to be the European Capital of Culture in 2021.
Anamarija Ranković (RS), born in 1983 in Novi Sad. She studied Media Engineering and Management at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences & Faculty of Management. Since 2018, she’s a director of the Institute for Culture of Ruthenians in Vojvodina responsible for the development of the new financial and program plans for the preservation, improvement and presentation of culture of Ruthenians in Vojvodina. She worked as journalist and presenter in the public broadcasting service of Vojvodina radio-television Vojvodina, Radio Novi Sad, or the Program in Ruthenian Language, focusing on the topic of how the EU integration of Serbia impacts the Ruthenian minority. As a freelance journalist, she has worked for the Ruthenian magazines and newspapers, such as “Руске слово”, “МАК”, “Календар”, or the website of Minority news. Since 2011, she’s a vice-president of the Media Board of the National Council of Ruthenian National Minority in Serbia; since 2017, she’s a member of the administrative board of the Journalist-Publishing Institution “Ruska Slovo”, and since 2016 a member of the administrative board of the Journalist Association of Ruthenians (NAR).