Emma Dumartheray (FR/UK) graduated from the École du Louvre and Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris) in contemporary History of art and Urban Anthropology, as well as in Managing cultural heritage (Sorbonne). Her Master’s thesis concerned French art in public space from the 1990s until today.
Her diverse work experience in project management in several cultural institutions in France has led her to the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels in 2018, and as coordinator of the Bozar Lab since 2020.
There she developed a strong interest in contemporary arts in relation to interdisciplinarity. She believes in the strength of collaborative projects to reach wider audience and tackle today’s societal challenges. As part of her main tasks at Bozar, she is in charge of coordinating the diverse activities and partnerships of the Bozar Lab, platform for arts, science and technology which takes the form of exhibitions, residencies, public talks and encounters.