Profile: Cultural historian, art curator, writer and project manager. Internationally oriented, based in the Netherlands. Enjoys to initiate, develop and support new platforms and approaches, but also to build bridges in a very practical way. Analytical in mindset, yet excellent in presentation, uniting people around a shared goal. Work experience: 2019-present: Co-curator and project manager of Art Stations of the Cross Deventer, an international contemporary art project in heritage locations (secular and religious) linking art, spirituality, justice and charity in the local community. 2017-2019: Project partner and co-curator of the Stations of the Cross project, travelling from New York to Amsterdam in 2019. 2017-present: Cultural entrepreneur, founder of Visio Divina. 2016-2018: Curator of the exhibition Song of Songs to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the city rights of Culemborg in 2018. 2013-2015: Co-editor and co-author of the Handbook for Art in the Church (2015, Buijten&Schipperheijn). Read a review here about this book. 2010-present: Freelance author and lecturer on art history and cultural history. Blogs on ArtWay, Lazarusmagazine and Nieuwij.  Regularly lectures, e.g. at the Radboud University. 2013-2014: Interim Chairperson CNV Art and Culture. 1989-present: Member of the A. Tóth Sándor Foundation governing the national cultural heritage of my Grandfather. Assisted with the book  A. Tóth Sándor, Avant-garde Painter and Marionettist in Paris (published in Hungarian and in French in 2001). As curator of the foundation assisted to all the publications and exhibitions related to the work of the artist, e.g. the last extensive oeuvre exhibition at the Balassi Institute in Budapest in 2014. 2008-present: As freelance cultural historian I initiate, facilitate and support movements like (2008-2017); co-organized, facilitated and hosted two national symposiums and several visual art exhibitions. Read a review here about one of the co-curated exhibitions (N)ergens thuis. 1989-present: Co-organized and designed more than 30 exhibitions as a freelance cultural historian, between 2010-2014 helped an exhibition to travel around the Netherlands as member of the exhibition committee of CNV Expressive Arts. 2012-2014: Member of the board CNV Expressive Arts. 2009-2012: Member of the jury during the national annual exhibition of the members of CNV Expressive Arts. 2008-2012: Worked for a series of charity galas. Responsible for the process of acquiring, legally documenting, presenting and auctioning dozens of works of art. 2009: Editor of the television programme ‘God in de lage landen’. 2009: Led an interdisciplinary student research on behalf of Museum Catharijneconvent, organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Utrecht. 2008-2009: Led the concluding phase of the European pilot project ‘Converting Sacred Spaces’ on behalf of Museum Catharijneconvent. Besides working on a large database concerning European  monasteries co-wrote and co-edited the book Converted Monasteries. 2008: Editor of the television programme LUX by the IKON. 1995-2007: Moved to the Netherlands, married and gave birth to three children, integrated into Dutch society. Had many different voluntary functions, e.g. as the chairperson of the Cathedral Choir School (where our children were educated) Sunday School of the St. Catharina Cathedral in Utrecht. 1994-1995: Student teacher at Gordonstoun School (Scotland, UK). Besides being the Assistant House Mistress to Gordonstoun House I taught Cultural History, English, Hungarian, Finnish, basic Russian. Initiated and led the Philosophy Society. Coached the tennis team, sang in the choir, sailed in the Outer Hebrides and assisted the students at horse riding, skiing and several excursions. 1992-1994: Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Budapest: Assistant teacher on the faculty of English Literature and Linguistics (Applied Linguistics) as well as on the faculty of Finnish Culture and Language. 1990-1994: As co-founder of the ‘Kazamata’ Foundation (to help art and culture flourish in post-communistic Hungary) hosted and presented several evenings organized by the foundation. Involved up to today. 1988-1994: Simultaneous translator Hungarian, English, Finnish. 1987-1988: Lived and worked in Helsinki for a year.   Education: 2007-2008: Cultural Heritage, University Utrecht 1999: MA Finnish Culture and Language, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest 1998: MA English Literature and Linguistics, cum laude, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest  (extra courses on art history, cultural history, architecture) 1995: Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (grade A) 1995: Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English Literature (grade A) 1987-1988: University of Helsinki Finnish language course 1987: Final exams Kaffka Margit Gymnasium, Budapest   Languages: Hungarian (proficient, mother tongue); English (proficient); Dutch (proficient); Finnish (fluent if in practice); German (basic); Russian (basic); French (basic)