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doctoral student at Vytautas Magnus University in [[Kaunas]] (Lithuania). Her PhD thesis is focused on the analysis of the electronic media art development and cultural significance in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in the last decade. She holds an MA in Film Science from University of Lodz (Poland). She currently teaches courses on “Creative Industries” and “Contemporary Media Arts” at Lithuanian Theatre and Music Academy in [[Vilnius]] and is involved in preparation of a new BA programme on film and media art studies. She publishes articles and gives papers on the subject of electronic culture and art as well as lectures on Lithuanian cinema issues nationally and internationally (Warsaw University, University of Lapland, European Humanities University in Minsk, Göteborgs Konsthall).
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Doctoral student at Vytautas Magnus University in [[Kaunas]] (Lithuania). Her PhD thesis is focused on the analysis of the electronic media art development and cultural significance in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in the last decade. She holds an MA in Film Science from University of Lodz (Poland). She currently teaches courses on “Creative Industries” and “Contemporary Media Arts” at Lithuanian Theatre and Music Academy in [[Vilnius]] and is involved in preparation of a new BA programme on film and media art studies. She publishes articles and gives papers on the subject of electronic culture and art as well as lectures on Lithuanian cinema issues nationally and internationally (Warsaw University, University of Lapland, European Humanities University in Minsk, Göteborgs Konsthall).

Revision as of 00:54, 20 November 2007

Doctoral student at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas (Lithuania). Her PhD thesis is focused on the analysis of the electronic media art development and cultural significance in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in the last decade. She holds an MA in Film Science from University of Lodz (Poland). She currently teaches courses on “Creative Industries” and “Contemporary Media Arts” at Lithuanian Theatre and Music Academy in Vilnius and is involved in preparation of a new BA programme on film and media art studies. She publishes articles and gives papers on the subject of electronic culture and art as well as lectures on Lithuanian cinema issues nationally and internationally (Warsaw University, University of Lapland, European Humanities University in Minsk, Göteborgs Konsthall).