Jerneja Rebernak is Project and Partnerships Manager leading on the research and relationship management for Transforming Collections: Reimagining Art, Nation and Heritage.
Jerneja has a decade of experience across the Higher Education and Arts and Culture sectors. She has worked internationally for various organisations developing cultural cooperation projects for the Asia-Europe Foundation, the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies and the European Cultural Foundation. She had returned to her home country to deliver a large public engagement programme as part of Maribor 2012 - European Capital of Culture and has been an advisor for the Slovenian Ministry of Culture in the field of Intermedia arts. Since 2015 she has joined the Research and Knowledge Exchange departments at the University of the Arts London developing European funding and innovation projects.
Jerneja holds a BA in Communication Science, University of Ljubljana and Master degrees in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam and Situated Practice from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Her personal practice evolves around cultures of hacking, curation, sound art and non-western philosophy. She is a member of Philosophical Health International.