Head of Education Programs Department, Garage Museum of Modern Art.
Olga Dieva is head of Educational Programming at Garage Museum of Modern Art (Moscow). In 2004 she graduated from the Faculty of History of Lomonosov Moscow State University, and in 2005 earned a Master of History and Cultural Studies degree at the University of Provence (Aix-en-Provence, France). In 2005–2009 she attended graduate school at the University of Provence and taught at the Faculty of History there. She was also employed at the Research Lab of the Mediterranean House of Human Sciences (MMSH).
When she returned to Moscow, she studied stage design with Petr Kutukov, and in 2012–2016 was employed as props artist in Ten Theatre in Moscow. She took part in creating and showing "Emergency Theatre Aid" and "W. Shakespeare's Cook Cafe," which won Golden Mask Russian National Theatre Prize in 2013 and 2015 respectively. She also won the "Young Specialist in Culture" Competition in Moscow (2014).
Since 2011 Ms. Dieva has cooperated with the Garage Museum as part-time methods coordinator, and since 2016 she has been a staff member of the department of educational programs. She is working on designing tours for children and adolescents, and Museum guidebooks; she has also served as the curator of the program for senior citizens. As a methodologist, Ms. Dieva has participated in creating regional programs of the Museum, including programs in modern art for Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. She has also served as the co-curator of the "Translation Bureau" exhibition project (2019). Olga Dieva has been the curator of the program "Socio-Cultural Project Management in the City Space" (Zheleznogorsk, Kursk Region) as part of the joing regional program of the Garage Museum and ART-WINDOW Culture Platform of Alisher Usmanov's Charity foundation "Art, Science and Sport".
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Development of Human Capital in the Cultural Sphere of Russian Regions: How to Achieve a Quantum Leap