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The numerous participants to the RCINY projects count artists from a variety of fields, curators, art managers or journalists. More details about each of them in the following pages.

Lila Passima
Lila Passima is Researcher and Head of Museum Education Section at the Museum of the Romanian Peasant in Bucharest. She is a contributor to the brochure of the exhibition "Weaving Cultural Heritage. Romanian Rugs from Oltenia, Maramures, and Moldavia Regions" at Down Jersey Folklife Center at WheatonArts (May 8 - September 20, 2009). Read here the full version of her contribution.

2008: Traces: Contemporary Romanian Art
2009: Weaving Cultural Heritage. Romanian Rugs from Oltenia, Maramures, and Moldavia Regions

Sabin Pautza
Mr. Pautza (b. 1943) received his MFA in Music from the Bucharest Academy of Music in 1965 and studied composition at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Siena, Italy with Franco Donatoni.

2007: Contemporary Instrumental Music

Ioana Păun
Ioana Paun, born 1984, is a theatre director and performance artist based in Bucharest, member of the réaltympanica site-specific collective and Romanian based tangaProject theatre group.

2010: Ioana Paun's Connection Failed
Peca Ştefan
Peca Ştefan won the first dramAcum prize in 2002. He has studied at New York University and he was a participant in the Royal Court Theatre’s residency program for international playwrights in 2005.

2006: Monday Theatre - Green Hours
2007: Launch: roMANIA. Five New Romanian Plays
Artslink Residencies 2007
New Works by Romanian Playwrights
MONDAY Theatre at the NY Fringe
2008: Peca Stefan returns to Long Wharf
2010: Peca Stefan at hotINK Festival
2011:In reading 4: Peca Stefan

Dan Perjovschi
Mr. Perjovschi, who lives and works in Bucharest, Romania, has exhibited widely throughout Europe, with recent shows at Tate Modern in London (2006), Portikus in Frankfurt am Main (2006), and Museum Ludwig in Cologne (2005).

2006: Dan Perjovschi in New York
2007: "Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi" at MoMA
States of Mind: Dan and Lia Perjovschi
2008: Dan Perjovschi presents Szilard Miklos
Dan Perjovschi: "You Remember My Pin?"
2010: Dan Perjovschi @ SF Art Institute

Lia Perjovschi
For almost 20 years now Lia Perjovschi has been recovering, collecting and disseminating pieces of information which used to be inaccessible in Romania prior to the 1990s. Ideas and notes take on the form of snowflake diagrams. They touch history, art theory, politics and language. She cares less if one calls them art or not. What she is to examine what, how, and ultimately who enters the archive of history.

2007: States of Mind: Dan and Lia Perjovschi
American Book Review
2010: Lia Perjovschi at Jamaica Flux
Gabriel Pintilei
Gabriel Pintilei is a Romanian actor, theatre director, playwright, scriptwriter, choreographer and acting teacher. His work is strongly linked with the prestigious Odeon Theatre in Bucharest, where he has acted in more than 15 plays, and where his latest award-winning play, BLIFAT, will be staged this upcoming season.

2010: ELEVATOR by Gabriel Pintilei in reading
Iris Perry
Pianist Iris Perry, holder of a Doctorate of Music from Indiana University, a Master of Music from Yale University and a Bachelor of Music from Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University has been recently appointed as the new Vice President of the George Enescu Society of America.

Lucian Pintilie
Born in 1933 in Southern Bessarabia (part of Ukraine since the 1940s), Lucian Pintilie studied film and theatre in Bucharest. He began his directing career in theatre before turning to film.

2007: Romanian Film Series, PittsburghNew Films from Romania in Washington
2nd Romanian Film Festival in New York
2008: Romanian Cinema, Then and Now
2009: 4th Romanian Film Festival in NYC
2010: First Cucuteni Culture Exhibition in US

Dan Piţa
Born in 1938, film director and screenwriter, as well as theatre director, Dan Piţa studied film direction at the Theatre and Cinema Institute in Bucharest. His graduation film, Life in Pink, was awarded in the 1970 Cinestud Festival in Amsterdam.

2008: Romanian Cinema, Then and Now

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