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Klaudia Rogowicz is a poet, playwright and writer. She is the author of several books and e-books. Her works were translated into English, Slovenian, Latvian and German. They're mostly focused on gender issued, reconstruction and deconstruction of European history, as well as XVI-XIX centuries' one. She has also published two toursit guides on her home region.
Andrea PASS is a playwright and director. She graduated as a theatre historian from the University of Veszprém, Hungary and spent time in Nancy and London on scholarships during her studies. She worked as an assistant to Béla Pintér and Viktor Bodó while she studied scriptwriting and earned a degree in theatre pedagogy.
Ayça Ceylan is a performance artist and curator based in İstanbul. She has been producing experiments about the perception process in human body using dance, psychology and technology. In her experiments, she has been researching on how the body and space construct each other.
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I work at the Roman Viktyuk Theatre in Moscow as the International Projects Producer. Prior to this, I held a similar position at the Krzysztof Pendrecki European Centre for Music in southern Poland. I am currently organising the Theatre's 2018 tour and am looking to establish contacts that could help me with that.
I am Ilkin Aliyev (1995) - young performing art curator (social based) in Baku, Azerbaijan. I also work as project manager of Art Camp which aimed to develop contemporary art among young people and using art on solving social problems. 
Studied theatre directing on faculty of performing arts at National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts “Kr. Sarafov”- NATFA , Sofia, Bulgaria,  Awarded for many performances on many International theater Festivals past year.  
Miroslav Ballay (1978) je divadelný publicista, kritik, teoretik a vysokoškolský pedagóg. Pôsobí na Katedre kulturológie Filozifickej fakulte Univerzity Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre. Centrom jeho záujmu je interpretácia divadelného diela. Vydal vedecké monografie: Ticho v divadelnom diele (2006) a Farma v jeskyni (2012).
Anton Ovchinnikov is the director and founder of the Black O!Range Dance Theatre. He graduated from the Kiev National University of Culture and Arts in 2000, where he specialized in modern jazz and contemporary dance.
Katarzyna Chmielewska (1974) - dancer, choreographer, dance teacher - founder of the Dada von Bzdülöw Theatre - since 2008, Managing Director of the Dada von Bzdülöw Artists Association
Viktor Sobiianskyi – theatre critic, lecturer and curator based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Graduated from Karpenko-Kary Kyiv National University of Theater, Cinema and Television in 2008 with a master’s degree in drama science.
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He currenly works at the Grodno Regional Drama Theatre. He graduated from the Choreography Department at the Institute of Culture and Art (Oryol, Russia) in1996 and worked as dancer in the Grodno Regional Philharmonic. Since 1996, he has been a dancer and choreographer at the Grodno Regional Drama Theatre.
Alina Abdullayeva works for MOTOR film productions. She holds an MA in scriptwriting from the Baku State University of Art and Culture in Azerbaijan and is the founder of MOTOR Film Productions.
Studied theatre directing on faculty of performing arts at National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts “Kr. Sarafov”- NATFA , Sofia, Bulgaria,  Awarded for many performances on many International theater Festivals past year.  
Final year student at the Faculty of Drama Arts, Department for Management and Culture in Theatre, Radio and Culture Production manager/ Programme coordinator in Bitef Theatre since October 2010. Currently working at the Bitef Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia.
Andrea PASS is a playwright and director. She graduated as a theatre historian from the University of Veszprém, Hungary and spent time in Nancy and London on scholarships during her studies. She worked as an assistant to Béla Pintér and Viktor Bodó while she studied scriptwriting and earned a degree in theatre pedagogy.

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