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Jana Dolecki

(1979, Zagreb) is a journalist, theatrologist, cultural producer, and PhD candidate at the Institute for Theater, Film, and Media in Vienna, on the topic of theater in the context of the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s. She is the co-founder, producer, and active associate of several independent cultural organizations, initiatives, and manifestations in Vienna (PLATFORMA; Festival of Alternative Choirs; BLOCKFREI), as well as the co-founder of the ŠUŠUR! Literary Festival taking place in Korčula, Croatia.

She is the conductor of the Viennese choir HOR 29. Novembar, a singing self-organized collective dedicated to anti-fascistic, workers', and migratory musical heritage. She is also the conductor of the Children's Choir of the Brunnenpassage cultural center. She has worked as an independent cultural producer on several projects taking place in Vienna, dealing with the topic of ex-Yugoslav migration (WIENWOCHE2016 and WIENWOCHE2017). She has been professionally active in several theaters and theatrical projects in Croatia, Serbia, Austria, and France, and has been working as a theater correspondent and journalist for different Croatian media (,, etc.)