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Funke, Dunja
Dunja Funke lives in Weimar, Thuringia and works as a project manager and dramatist at the Deutsches Nationaltheater. She studied media design at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. During her university studies she worked as a free editor in the German radio station „Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk“. In 1999 she was one of the founders of the non-commercial radio station „Lotte“ where she still works regularly as an editor and presenter. In Leipzig she took part in the art gallery „medialab“ with a video work on the subject „Body in the Box“. In 1999 she worked as a production assistant in the art festivals’ production „Schlaf“ by Janec Müller produced by the independent theatre „Theaterhaus Weimar“. Directly after her university studies she worked as a project and festival manager for the art festival „Kunstfest“ which takes place once a year in Weimar. Between 2001 and 2005 she took part in two art exhibitions of Naomi Tereza Salmon. In 2003 she founded together with her colleague Ronald Hirte the initiative „audiofunken“, in which they organize an open air radio play festival once a year.
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