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Larisa Turea - Theatre critic, writer
Theatre critic, currently president of the AICT/IATC Moldova Section, writer.
- 2008-2009-Literary Secretary, “Eugene Ionesco” Theatre, Kishinev
- 2000-2008-Literary Secretary, “Mihai Eminescu” National Theatre, Republic of Moldova.
- 2007 – Training in Amsterdam, ECF
- 2003-Participant in the Remarque Institute Visitors program, New York University, U.S.A.
- 1997-2001— Collaborator with the Social Management Department of The Social Studies Academy in the Republic of Moldova (general sociology course, branch sociology, sociology of public opinion and culture).
- 1992-2011—University lecturer; studies at the International and Communication faculty at the state University of Moldova; the International relations faculty of the Public Administration Academy the Republic Of Moldova.
- 1994-1996- Governmental expert, member of the Cultural Committee of the European Council.
- 1992-1994 - Vice-minister of Culture, of the Republic Of Moldova.
- 1990-1992-Chief Editor of the bimonthly “Lanterna Magica” magazine.
- 1977-1990- Redactor of the “Moldova” magazine - Culture, Literature and Art department.
Most important projects:
- The AICT/IATC Moldova Section,
- Active Member of the Francophone Press Association,
- Participant in the Europe Theatre Prize,
- 1997-Present - Accredited Journalist at the Cannes International Film Festival, Cannes, France,
- Article “Imblinzitorii de lei în teatrul basarabean” (Lion tamers in the bassarabian theatre) in the collective volume "Das rumänische Theater nach 1989. Seine Beziehungen zum deutschsprachigen Raum" ("Post 1989 Romanian theatre and its relations with the German space "), Frank & Timme publishers, Berlin, 2010,
- 2008, European Theatre Forum, France,
- 2003, Participant of the Remarque Institute Visitors program, New York University, U.S.A,
- 1995-French Government scholarship in the “Courant d’Est” program, Paris, France; Training at the Observatoire des Politiques Culturelles, Grenoble,
- 1994-1996 - Governmental expert, member of the Cultural Committee of the Council of Europe.
- Article “Imblinzitorii de lei în teatrul basarabean” (Lion tamers in the bassarabian theatre) in the collective volume "Das rumänische Theater nach 1989. Seine Beziehungen zum deutschsprachigen Raum" ("Post 1989 Romanian theatre and its relations with the German space "), Frank & Timme publishers, Berlin, 2010
- “Cartea foametei” (The book of famine), Curtea Veche publishers, Bucharest, 2008
- Essays and interviews, film and theatrical critic articles in the “Contrafort”, “Jurnal de Chişinău”, ”Timpul”, ”Sud-Est cultural” periodicals etc.;
- The “Portret de grup cu S.Nicolae” (Group portrait with Saint Nicholas) play, published in the “Dramaturgi basarabeni de astazi” (Contemporary Bassarabian playwrights) anthology by the Teatrul Azi publishers and the Camil Petrescu Foundation, Bucharest, 2008
- “ The Moldavian Theatre“ Article, in the "Korean Theatre" magazine, South Korea, nr.2, 2006
- “Cultural Dimension of Development“ Study, Institute of Public Policies, Chişinău, 2003
- “Peur, terreur, bonheur” essay in the “Angoisses, reves et espoirs d’Europe” textbook. Presses Universitaires de Nancy, Nancy, France, 2000
- “Cultura si competenta civilizatorie” essay, “Caiete critice” 9-12/1998, Bucharest, Romania
- Article "The Moldovan modern theatre", Chişinău Encyclopedia
- “Actors in Republic of Moldova”, study, “The Slovak Theatre”, vol.45, n.4, 1997, Bratislava, Slovakia
- Anthology “La Litterature Bessarabienne”, Missives magazine, march 1995, Paris
- “Portraits in relief” book, Cartea moldoveneasca publishers, Chişinău, 1987
In 2009, Larisa Turea won first price for the best essay about Polish civilization in the Polish Cultural Institute's contest in Bucarest.