Andrea is a freelance creative producer and curator with a background in Culture Anthropology and Film Studies, and she also holds a PhD in Social History. She has a 15+ years experince in filmmaking, her main focus are documentary films and animations with a special interest in cultural heritage, female perspetives and minorities.
She researched and lectured about Jewish Museums and Jewish art & culture projects thanks to her PhD program which also led her to receive a Fulbright scholarship at New York University in 2015/16. In this period she co-curated a mixed-media exhibition about the Jewish Quarter in Budapest which was debuted in New York and later travelled to Montreal, Jerusalem, Stockholm and Budapest. About the exhibition: 585,000 m2 exhibition
Through her own art practice she engages with religion and identity issues. She establised aula in 2018, a collaboration based collection of art project that produces prints, zines, video works and exhibitions. Check out and follow: aula.co insta
Since 2020 August she is the artistic director of ZSK2028 (Jewish Culture 2028), Marom Budapest's arts and culture project with a network of local Jewish artist. About ZSK
She is part of a variety of Jewish initiatives across the globe, including ROI Community, Paideia Alumni, the Jerusalem Biennale, the Muslim Jewish Conference, European Masorti Movement, and the MiNYanim Group.