Diane Din Ebongue is an interdisciplinary artist and arts manager passionate about intangible cultural heritage, empowerment processes and knowledge-sharing through arts. She holds a Master of Sciences, Arts and Techniques of Image and Sound from Aix-Marseille University and a Master of Technologies for Education and Training from Rennes 2 University in France.
After working for five years as an audiovisual technician and digital/cultural program manager in France, she moved to Australia where she worked for indigenous art centres. As the manager of Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre, she led the relaunch of the Artali Festival which celebrates the Australian Indigenous peoples of the Barkly Region and supported the economic growth of local artists through employment, artwork sales and professional development activities.
She relocated to Calgary in December 2021 and worked for various arts organizations in roles ranging from gallery host to program manager. She also volunteered as a research assistant for The Immigrant Education Society, on projects exploring the skills assessment and integration of immigrant professionals.
Thanks to the generous support of the Rozsa Foundation, Diane recently joined Nia Centre for the Arts as a development specialist, through their Arts Leadership Residency program.
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