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Jelena Anđelovski (f)
Writer in Residence

Herkunftsland: Serbien
KKA-Residency: 2018

Porträtfoto Jelena Andjelovski
Porträtfoto Jelena Andjelovski
©Teodora Ivkov
Jelena Anđelovski, writer. Author of poetry books "Homeland, rage machine" (2013) and "09:99am" (2016). Writing essays and collaborating with artists from various disciplines. Worked as journalist, waitress, organizer of poetry and cultural events. Long time activist, also worked as sos consultant for women in violence. Holds BA degree in dramaturgy, currently at MA Gender Studies. Lives and works in Belgrade and Novi Sad.

2017-2018: Faculty of Political Science, MA Gender studies (current), Belgrade
2013: Academy od Arts, BA degree: drama and audiovisual artist (major: dramaturgy), Novi Sad
2005-2007: Basic education in Transaction analyses and Psychodrama
2004-2005: One year of alternative studies, Center for women studies and research in Belgrade. Final work: „Political parties attitude about LGB population“, first time made in Serbia
2003-2004: Education for work on SOS phone line for women and children who experienced violence
1999-2003: studied at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade (major: international law)

2017-present: Collaborator and columnist for Milica Magazin, Belgrade
2017: Translator of the book „Leaders eat last“, Simon Sinek. For the Belgrade publishing house Contrast
2016-present: International on line English teacher, Bibo Global Opportunity
2016-2017: Columnist at GLIF, portal for literature and culture
2013-2014: Co founder and coordinator “MaTerra Mesta”, cultural center, Novi Sad
2009-2012: Member of the board and program board member at Youth center C13 (author of various programs, also poetry nights „Poetry in the house), Novi Sad
2008-2009: Educator for work on SOS line for women who experienced violence, educational program of Autonomous women’s center, Belgrade
2005 -2015: Program coordinator of Novi Sad Lesbian Organization – NLO, responsible for the projects supported by international funds, Novi Sad
2004-2007: SOS line consultant for women and children who experienced violence (Incest trauma center and Autonomous women’s center), Belgrade
1999-2000: Journalist in daily newspapers „Voice of people“, Belgrade

2017: Co-editor of women’e poetry anthology „This is not home“, poets on migration
2017: Collaborator of the portal „Rizom“: http://rizom.rs/
2014-2016: Organizer of multi-language poetry meetings „Transporters“, in collaboration with Forum, Hungarian publishing house in Serbia
2015:. Artist in residence at the Insel Hombroich, Disseldorf, Germany
2014: Project “Extreme lives, handbook,” with Paula Mueller, SYB Kulturhaus, Holland
2013-2014: Author of the texts for multimedia exhibitions number 1/2, Materra Mesto, Novi Sad and Romantso Bios Gallery, Athens
2013: Cross - poetry workshops at ADA lab (Vicenza,Italy) and MITOST festival, Berlin - Novi Sad
2013-2014: Poetic mixed media performances in Cultural center REX B92, Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, cultural center Pogon, Zagreb
2011-2012: Artist in residence, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany
2009-2011: Author of the texts for street performances in international campaign „16 days of activism against violence against women“ (directed by DAH Theatre and Ivana Koraksić)
2010: Author of the TV show “Koga volimo,” (Whom do we love) about lives and loves of LGBT people in Serbia, production of Independent Society of Vojvodina's Journalist

Author of the poetry book "09:99 ujutru,“ (09:99 AM), Contrast Publishing, Belgrade
Author of the essay in the collection "Evropa, meridijani u pokretu,“ PEN Center Serbia and The Institute for Culture of Vojvodina
Author of the essay in the collection of essays “Sofajourneys: Along the Danube“ – project of the Viennes artists Josef Tratner:
2015: Dramatist of the collection of theater plays for school stage "Šarene scene,“ BAZAART, Belgrade
2013: Author of the book of poetry "Homeland, rage machine“, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany
2012: Author of textual experiment „Cross-poetry,“ Jahrbuch 11, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany

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