Daniela Holban

Cultural Strategist & Curator

New York, NY, USA




cultural strategist



artist development

Expert Bio

Daniela Holban is a Romanian curator, cultural strategist and producer whose curatorial practice is dedicated to exploring themes of self-reflection, identity, multipolarity, and sustainability. With a strong focus on public engagement, artist development, environmentally-based art programming, and action-driven communities, she aims to create meaningful experiences for audiences. Daniela possesses a well-demonstrated talent for cultivating connections with artists, creators, visionaries, and arts-focused institutions. She is renowned for her expertise in innovative project management, cultural analysis, and insightful storytelling. Daniela excels in brand positioning, cross-functional collaborations, and event production. Her track record includes the successful establishment of partnerships, exhibitions, and programming for museums, art organizations, and nonprofits. Daniela's exhibition series, REPOPULATIONS (2019 & 2022), received recognition and support through the Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Grant. She has been actively involved in organizing and leading the We Are Nature Series, a summer art program at NOoSPHERE Arts that promotes systems thinking and environmental awareness. Additionally, she oversees the Broadway Stages @ Kingsland Wildflowers Residency Award, curating and producing an annual site-specific art installation. Recognized as one of Brooklyn's 50 Most Fascinating People of 2023 by Brooklyn Magazine, Daniela currently holds the position of Director of Programs & Curation at NOoSPHERE Arts. She has served as a Mentor for NEW INC: an incubator for people working at the intersection of art, design, and technology since September 2022. She has previously worked with institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MANA Contemporary, {CTS} Creative Thriftshop, William Bennet Gallery, The Ear Classical, and The Fashion and Textile Museum in London. Her extensive network includes partnerships with organizations like The High Line, NADA, Residency Unlimited, CalArts, BRIC, The Brooklyn Rail, ILAP, CreateART, gener8tor Art, Brooklyn Arts Council, Broadway Stages, Newtown Creek Alliance, Kingsland Wildflowers, Showfields, and Moleskine. Daniela also co-founded ARTFARE INC., where she served as Senior Curator.



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