Annie Ivanova

Antoanetta “Annie” Ivanova (Bulgarian: Антоанета Иванова; Chinese Traditional: 易安妮 Yì Ānnī) is an international curator and author, cultural entrepreneur[1] and one of Australia’s leading authorities on cultural diplomacy.[2][3][4] Ivanova has collaborated with the Centre Pompidou, Ars Electronica, Barbican, Smithsonian Institution, National Palace Museum, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, among others.[5]

International curator and author, cultural entrepreneur (born in Bulgaria)
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Annie Ivanova

Ivanova 2013, Taipei
Born
Antoaneta Ivanova
(Антоанета Иванова)

Tryavna, Bulgaria
Alma mater Monash University
Occupation Cultural Ambassador, curator
Years active 1996–present

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Annie Ivanova holds MA qualifications in Foreign Affairs and International Trade from Monash University, Graduate School of Business and Economics in Melbourne. She pursued interests in Global Leadership, Cultural Diplomacy, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management.{cn}

Ivanova was a team leader for an International Law Moot Court Competition, debating the issue of terrorism and human rights through a fictional dispute between two states presented to the International Court of Justice.

Ivanova’s first academic degree is from the University of Tasmania, graduating with Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA Hons.) in 1998. Her Honours theses discussed the effect of mass media when reporting stories about war atrocities.

In the late 1980s Ivanova studied at the Bulgarian National College of Polygraphs and Photography. The college was one of the then most progressive professional schools in the country, preparing students for careers in film and TV. She majored in photography, specialising in photojournalism.

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