PhD Candidate, Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Natasa Charalambous is a PhD candidate at the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts and currently a member of the Visual Sociology and Museum Studies Lab. She holds a degree in History and Archaeology from the University of Cyprus (2007) and an MA in Art Museum and Gallery Studies from the University of Newcastle (2009). Since 2007 she has worked and volunteered in various cultural organizations, both in Cyprus and abroad, and she has been extensively collaborating with the Cyprus Food and Nutrition Museum for various projects. Her current research interests include National Museums and the visionary relationship of these institutions with the memory and identity affairs of visitors as individuals and as members of a society. She also studies the role these institutions could perform in conflicted societies.