Ana Letunić is a contemporary performing arts producer, curator, and researcher based in Zagreb, Croatia and Berlin, Germany. She graduated from the Master in International Performance Research at the University of Warwick and University of Arts Belgrade. She has worked as a producer, curator, and dramaturgical advisor with contemporary performing arts organizations in Croatia, Germany, Serbia, UK, and USA as well as several European networks. As a researcher at the intersection of performance studies and cultural policy, she has participated in numerous international conferences, professional trainings, and research projects; edited books and authored articles translated into English, French, Turkish and German; received an ENCATC Research Boot Camp award; and taught at universities in Croatia and Germany. Currently, she works as a Docent at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, and is a collaborator on the “Tanz im August” festival (co-curator of “How to Be Together?” digital conference jointly organised with the Zürcher Theater Spektakel), the director of the artistic organization “Mašina” and a PhD candidate at the University of Arts in Belgrade (Faculty of Drama Arts), Serbia and at the University of Hildesheim (Faculty of Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Communication), Germany.