Cosmina Goagea Her research and curatorial practice is focused on museum exhibition, participatory architecture, place-making through cultural interventions, as well as cultural strategies for urban development. She has coordinated several programmes which involved international networks of curators, architects and artists, programmes which have received awards such as the DASA Award of European Museum Academy and the BIGSEE Design Award (for the National Museum of Romanian Literature and Anton Pann Memorial House), shortlisted at European Prize for Public Space (with the project “Magic Blocks. Scenarios for the socialist blocks of flats”), awards in the frame of Romanian Biennial of Architecture, Annual of Architecture Bucharest, Romanian Design Week (for the programs “Connected. Things about Future, Cities and People”, “Carol Factory”, “Bucharest South, Beyond the City”, “Urban Activations in Romania”). She leads the communication and action platform programme Zeppelin. Special interests:interaction design, cultural entrepreneurship, participatory art and urban interventions, social design, bottom-up city making, experience economy, situation design, cultural identity and sites of memory.