Faidra Vasileiadou is a museologist and an independent art curator, based in Athens. She holds a master degree in museology and cultural management at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a bachelor degree in conservation of antiquites and works of art at Technological Institute of Athens. While finishing her MA internship in CACT, she participated in NEON’s first exhibition in Thessaloniki, “Flying over the Abyss”, as an assistant curator. Continuing her collaboration with NEON untill today, as an art mediator in several projects, she managed to elaborate communicational, organisational and diplomacy skills, working well as part of a team with a wide range of people. Concurrenlty with her association with NEON, in 2016 she received a curatorial fellowship from Schwarz Foundation in Art Space Pythagorion in Samos. As a result to this residency, she had the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with Katerina Gregos (curator) and Katerina Zacharopoulou (director of educational program), gaining experience in terms of curatorial and educational aspects in contemporary art. After the curatorial residency, she moved to Athens, working as an idependent curator. Due to her proficient organisation and detail orientation, she supports artists by assisting in their reshearch, organising an exhibition or cultural event, configuring their public image (management of social media) and develop their artistic creation. Currently, she is working in MOMus – Alex Mylona. She is also mediating in the newest exhibition of Katerina Gregos in Athens Conservatory, sponsored by Schwarz Foundation. She is preparing a project in Athens School of Fine Arts with Katerina Zacharopoulou and also assisting in curating an exhibition in Vienna with Kostis Velonis which will take place in late April.