NATASHA KADIN (1979. Split)

Natasha Kadin (Split, 1979) is the president, producer, author and co-author of projects by the Mavena association, the SEA Silba Environment Art organization, as well as the artistic director (along with Hrvoje Pelicarić) of the ISPOD BINE sound art festival. She graduated in MA in Cultural Management and Cultural Policy at the University of Arts in Belgrade in 2007, Project Management at the University of Lumiere Lyon 2, Faculté d’Anthropologie et de Sociologie in 2008, as well as Croatian Language and Literature at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar in 2005.
She published her book “Living in the Interface ”(VDM Verlag, 2009 in English) on new media art management. She is the co-founder and curator of the New Media Gallery platform, which is dedicated to the production and presentation of contemporary new media art by younger artists, and the cooperation of Croatian and foreign artists. She was the first coordinator of the Youth Center Platform and the president of the Coalition of Youth Associations 2012-14, and since 2021 she has been the president of the PDM.



art historian, journalist, curator, and artist. For Mavena, he creates and implements the exhibition program NMG@PRAKTIKA. As an active member of NGOs working within the field of queer culture and sport, he participated in workshops and seminars like Green Academy, Queering green theory/Greening queer theory, SpaceID Madrid, and others. He graduated in contemporary art from the University of Bologna.




video artist and photo designer. Student of New Media on ALU Zagreb. Finished Film and Video at Art Academy UMAS in Split and Photo Design in Art School in Split. ESSL Award for young artists in 2009. winner. Participated in many group exhibitions and festivals: 2010; exhibition Identities Gallery SC, Zagreb; exhibition and workshop London/Zagreb, The Cass Gallery, London; exhibition and workshop Articulation; Gallery Vladimir Nazor, Zagreb:0; 2009. – Video Barik; ESSL AWARD CEE 2009 Winners, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg/Wienna, Austria, exhibition on festival Feminae Extravaganza, Split; Video Vortex 4 Split, MKC, Split



TINA VUKASOVIĆ (1989. Split)


visual artist. Master’s degree in Painting in 2013 at Arts Academy University of Split. Member of HULU Split, art group Čekanje and Bez naziva. Since 2009 participated in numerous group exhibitions (38. Split Salon; XI. Erste Fragments, XI. / XII. Triennal of Sculpting; Meandering – Glimpses of light, for Julije; MuFiV- Opened; Hybrid Media Camp; Almissa Open Air…) and five solo exhibitions (Gallery of Fine Arts Split, Greta Gallery and Salon Galić). In 2014 she was one of the finalists of the Radoslav Putar Award. Participated in residential program Punta Arta – Island map 2 on the island of Zlarin and two Erasmus plus projects in Turkey and Italy. Works as a coordinator for Gallery of Fine Arts in Split (FFWD – Tuesdays in the Gallery), an illustrator for online magazine Stilueta, and one of the curators for Bez naziva Gallery.



art historian, activist, translator.

Kate received her MA in Art history and English language and Literature – teacher education (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Split) in 2017 with her thesis “Orientalisms in Female Portraits of the 20th and 21st Centuries”.

She has been managing exhibitions, translating, and photographing for the Croatian Association of Visual Artists (2017-2019). During „Gradimo Dom zajedno“ (ESF), she has coordinated different art and culture events from 2019, and since 2021, she is working as a curator for Mavena as well as a gallery manager for Udruga Aktivist (klub Kocka gallery).

As a volunteer for the Coalition of Youth Associations (2009-2020) and vice president of the Coalition, she managed and organized projects, volunteers and events: concerts, workshops, exhibitions, educational activities.
She was a member of the Youth Council of the City of Split 2014-2017, as well as a member of the Steering Committee of Platforma Doma mladih (2017-2019).
Her contribution to Split’s subversive culture and art is based on open communication with the public and transparent information canals between different parties (institutions, NGOs, the community, artists).