Our team / Germany

  • Marie Reiter

  • Alicja Möltner

     Alicja Adamczyk

    Alicja Möltner finished Cultural Studies with a focus on the art market and her masters degree in Culture Management and Cultural Tourism at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder). Her professional experience is specialized in the cultural and creative field, based on many years of engagements as project manager and coordinator for international of music and art projects.


  • Henrietta Mehlis

    Henrietta Mehlis

    Henrietta studied business administration and cultural studies in Germany. At SMartDe she is an advisor, she provides consultations on taxes, insurances and mobility of artists and she is responsible for the development of the SMart services.

    Besides that she is chief financial officer of MM e.V., partner of the Kulturnetzwerk Neukölln in Berlin, a network of local institutions, associations and initiatives. She is involved in the conceptualization and organization of art exhibitions, currently within the context of 48h-Neukölln, Berlin’s largest free art festival.

    Before she joined the SMart project she worked in the field of live-communication and gathered experience in project management internationally throughout Europe and Asia.


  • Doris Kleemeyer

    Doris Kleemeyer




  • Gabriele Koch

    Gabriele Koch

    Gabriele has a degree in cultural studies and leads the festival LA STRADA (an international street circus festival), organised by Theaterkontor. She is similarly involved in Bundesverband Theater im öffentlichen Raum and Schaulust.

    Theaterkontor is an independent theatre for performance arts which hosts a youth theatre school, a puppet theatre and a theatre for dramatic readings. On a yearly basis, Theaterkontor organises two festivals, rents out rehearsal space and produces up to two plays.

  • Magdalena Ziomek-Frackowiak

    Magda Ziomek-Frackowiak

    Magda studied art history in Poland and Germany. She has a long experience in curating contemporary art exhibitions and currently heads the association agitPolska to promote Polish culture in Germany.
    This non-profit association, set up in 2005, works mainly from Bremen, Berlin, Gdansk and Bialystok. AgitPolska seeks to promote Polish culture in Germany and vice versa and does so by offering a platform for young and talented artists to share their work. Reducing prejudice on both sides and encouraging a critical dialogue are two strong ambitions the association carries.