Jasmin Grimm is a programme developer, lecturer and creative producer for international cultural projects. With a background in “Communication in Social and Economic contexts” (M.A., University of the Arts Berlin) she develops exhibitions, festivals and conferences for cultural organisations at the intersection of art, society and technology.
She is a member of Robert Bosch Cultural Manager Network, Tandem Shaml – Cultural Manager Exchange Alumni and the Cultural Innovators Network between Europe and the MENA region. Amongst others she has been working for Public Art Lab, Retune Festival, TINCON teenage internetwork convention, ARTE Creative, NRW-Forum and is programme advisor for re:publica “Arts & Culture” since 2017.
Picture © Constanze Flamme
— Meta Marathon: Robotics 2019 – Festival Director
— Digital Arts Lab 2019 - Curator
— Retune Festival 2018 – Programme Director
— Bosch Alumni Forum XI: Zukunft der Arbeit 2018 – Curator
— Digital Arts Lab 2017 @ hub.berlin – Curator— TINCON 2017 Hamburg – Programme Director— TINCON 2017 Berlin – Programme Director— Retune Festival 2016 – Programme Director— Future Heritage 2015/16 – Initiator
Lectures— ISEA Hong Kong “Future Heritage”, Hong Kong – Speaker— Museum Innovation for Social Inclusion, Milan – Panel Speaker
— The Benefits of Art for Companies, hub.berlin – Panel Speaker — (Dis)abled Technobodies, Grüner Salon Volksbühne, Berlin – Speaker
— Cross-Cultural Management Seminar, FH Kufstein – Lecturer
— Urban Structures, Macromedia Hochschule, Berlin – Lecturer— Process in Space Seminar, Macromedia Hochschule, Berlin – Lecturer
Creative Producer— Public Art Lab – Project Management & Development— START Vertigo So Kanno X Create IoT – Creative Producer— Connecting Cities – International Network Coordination— Creative Production Lab – Team— Le Salon e.V. – Co-Founder
Publications— Curating Connectivity: Towards an Understanding of Translocal Urban Media - Co-Author
— “Skills, Training and Knowledge Transfer: traditional and emerging heritage” Structure Dialogue with the European Union, 2017 – Participant
Networks— Tandem Shaml 2015/16 – Participant— Cultural Innovators Network – Member— Robert Bosch Cultural Manager Network – Member