French and Berlin-based, Diane Drubay is a long-standing member of the museum and innovation community, a specialist in museum digital strategy, an event curator and community builder. She founded Buzzeum in 2007, a new media and communication agency which specialised in museums and cultural institutions, and the homonymous blog which gave her international fame by reviewing museum news. Before founding Buzzeum she worked at the Ministry of Culture and Communication as a digital project manager, and at the Henner Museum in Paris as the online communication manager and event curator. In 2011 she co-founded Museomix, a hackathon for museums. In 2013 she founded We Are Museums in Lithuania, a yearly event and European hub at the intersection of culture and innovation which has been traveling since then to Poland, Germany, Romania and Latvia. Since 2014 she has curated the programmation of Museum Connections, the international trade show for museums set in Paris every January. For the last few years she has taught digital strategy and project management at Sciences Po Paris and EAC Paris, and regularly speaks at international conferences to share her vision of the future of museums. Diane Drubay is also a video artist, investigating psychoactive and transcendental experiences to expand the idea of the sublime with images of nature.
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