Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Graduate of the CM MA programme, actively participates in the academic and administrative development of the programme in hand, being also the coordinator of the programme. Kristina works as a project assistant in MAPSI.
She has been running the programme and was managing the EU-funded project: “Creative Entrepreneurship Module and International Study Development in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Cultural Management MA Programme” from 2010 and was a Quality Assurance working group member in the project “Access” funded by Central Baltic INTERREG IVA programme. Kristina has defended an A-level master thesis on the topic of: “Comparative Study of Estonian-and Russian Speaking Cultural Managers in Estonia: the Roles of Acquired Skills and Cultural Background”. In 2012 Kristina conducted a research for the Tallinn 2011 European Cultural Capital Foundation, analysing the influence of the events in the cultural year programme on the integration of Estonian and Russian cultural audiences, focusing on the producers` opinions. In 2013 she joined the initiative group working on the integration and social cohesion strategy of Estonia. She plans to continue her research in doctoral studies in 2014, focusing on the responsibility of modern arts managers, multicultural audiences and shared experiences. Kristina is also a lecturer in the EAMT teaching entrepreneurial skills and mindset.
Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, K. 2013. Experiential learning theory applied to the degree profiles of the arts and cultural management programmes in Europe. In: The impact analysis of Tallinn2011 on the Estonian Culture. Manuscript submitted for publication. Brussels: ENCATC.
Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, K. 2012. European Capital of Culture as a substantial and formal integration tool. In: The impact analysis of Tallinn2011 on the Estonian Culture. Manuscript submitted for publication. Tallinn: Tallinn2011 Foundation.
Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, K. 2012. Basics and possibilities of effective arts and cultural marketing – the case of Tallinn European Capital of Culture 2011. In: The impact analysis of Tallinn2011 on the Estonian Culture. Manuscript submitted for publication. Tallinn: Tallinn2011 Foundation.
Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, K., 2010. Improvisation and innovation. In: G. Birnkraut and K. Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, eds. Managing the arts II. Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 55-58.
Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, K., 2010. Innovation and cooperation in folk dance. In: G. Birnkraut and K. Kuznetsova-Bogdanovits, eds. Managing the arts II. Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus,133-141.