Dijana RakovicDijana is a Producer at Counterpoints Arts. Her role spans production, curation and participation, with special interest in climate change and environmental justice.
Dijana leads on the production of Counterpoints Arts’ music programme; Refugee Week UK London artistic programme, in collaboration with flagship cultural institutions; and supports the organisation’s commissioning strand.Dijana has worked on a number of productions over the years, including Insomnia at Southbank’s Bargehouse; Counterpoint at Rochelle School; Dis/placed at Shoreditch Town Hall; Adopting Britain with Southbank Centre; Everyday on Canalside, a participatory project with residents on a local housing estate; and for the last four years on the multi-platform collaborative programme Who Are We? at Tate Exchange.
Currently, she is leading on the ‘To love, care, breathe… as acts of justice’ CA’s commissioning project; and, with Áine O’Brien, is working on the ‘Hip Hop Pedagogy and Power: Reclaim the Archive’ partnership programme, as part of the Who Are We? Project.
Dijana was a participant in the Creative Europe funded Creative Climate Leadership programme, coordinated by Julie’s Bicycle and Slovenian social development organisation PiNA.