Bora Un is an experienced strategic advancement and relationship management professional committed to driving results in mission-driven organizations. Prior to joining ART WORKS Projects, Bora spent a decade at the University of Chicago building a portfolio of work focused on board relations and governance, life-long enrichment and digital engagement, annual fund and giving programs, and international partnership development. She also commits time to offer pro-bono strategic consulting services to non-profits and boards. Much of Bora’s work was informed by previous experiences she’s had in workforce development at the Youth Job Center in Evanston with a focus on building and scaling the Summer Youth Employment Program funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). She developed a love for design thinking while building a knowledge base of contemporary and visual arts during her tenure at a boutique graphic design firm, Studio Blue, where she supported clients such as the Donald and Doris Fisher/GAP Foundation Art Collection, Indiana Museum of Art, the Smart Museum, and the Richard Gray Gallery. Bora earned her BA in English from Wellesley College and an MA in Creative Nonfiction at The Graduate School at Northwestern University.
Annalise Flynn is the Director of Exhibitions for ART WORKS Projects for Human Rights. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism with a minor in Art History and a master’s degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in Art History, Theory, and Criticism. She also served as a Graduate Fellow for SAIC’s new Institute for Curatorial Research & Practice. Her work has focused on the intersection of art making, social justice, and community impact, and she is committed to enhancing audience engagement for social change. Her museum and curatorial experience includes the Roger Brown Study Collection, the Brooks Museum of Art, and the Project Room Gallery. Prior to attending SAIC, she was based in Argentina, where she led communications for TasterLab, an international tech startup.
Anne Schroeter is the Outreach and Impact Producer for ART WORKS Projects. She has worked with various NGOs in analytical and legal positions on accountability for international crimes, including sexual and gender-based violence, committed in Syria and Iraq. She holds a bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of Potsdam (Germany) with a minor in Public Law and a LL.M. International Law from Glasgow University’s School of Law (United Kingdom). She works globally, but is based in Berlin.
Greg Doench is an architect and exhibition designer who has worked internationally on a range of cultural, commercial, and institutional buildings. As a principle in the national architectural design studio LARC, Greg brings years of international project experience as well as a background in large buildings and small scale furniture and fabrication. He provides the creative team with strong technical support in all of its installations. Greg’s experience in designing cultural centers also allows him to understand and account for the challenges and opportunities of the large international tours undertaken in each of ART WORKS Projects’ installations.
Maren Wickwire is a Berlin-based documentary director and producer. Maren’s documentaries and media work for nonprofits reflect her desire to see social change and justice. Her work has brought her to Holocaust survivors, Arab Christians in the Westbank, underserved women in Tajikistan, and ex-guerilla fighters in Huanuco, Peru. She uses documentary film as a tool to raise awareness and give a voice to the untold stories of injustice. Maren has a degree in Communication Design from the Folkwang University of the Arts in Germany. View samples of her work on her website and on Vimeo.