The Robert Bosch Cultural Manager Network is initiated by alumni of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and coordinated by MitOst e.V.
Veronika Lájer

Veronika Lájer (1979) is an art historian and graduated Phd-Student (2012) from Budapest, Hungary. She is complating her thesis is on the "Oeuvre of Ludwig Rauscher (1845-1914)" - an important German-Hungarian architect, graphic artist and professor of 'arts and crafts'. Her thesis based on the the topics of urban art and architecture, art education, neo-renaissance and modern art history in Eastern and Western Europe.
She is also an educated communicator, specialized in radio-journalism and education. She worked as cultural program coordinator at the Ludwig Museum - Museum for Contemporary Art, Budapest (2005-2008). And she was also a curator and head of the suburb project room, LudwigInzert of the Museum (2010-2011). She is interested in intercultural; social-political and critical projects with artist in residence.
She has been working as guest lecturer at the MOME (Moholy-Nagy University) in Budapest (since 2009/2010). She gives lectures about the interenational exhibition managment and cultural managment for postgraduate, adult students based on her realised projects in Germany and Hungary. She was a fellow in the program of the Robert Bosch Foundation and MitOst "Kulturmanager in Mittel-, und Osteuropa" (2008/2009).
These days she lives in Bremen, Germany where she works on her own contemporary art projects as a freelancer cultural manager and curator.
New: She's one of the two participants of the MELBA art group (since February, 2013), which is dedicated to contemporary art and design in cooperation with Borbála Mester interior and graphic designer.
You can find more information about her interests, profile and the most important projects on her own website here. Link: decultura-veralajer.blogspot.de.

Activities & Affiliation:

2013
My blog - decultura-veralajer.blogspot.de
decultura-veralajer.blogspot.de

Cooperation wishes:

curating, educational project, artists in residency, contemporary art