Anders Juhl - Chairman
Anders is a historian, writer, composer, curator and executive producer. He has made sound pieces and composed music for many of Michelle Eistrup's art videos as well as film scores and songs e.g. for the animated film “Help! I´m a Fish/ aka A Fish tale” performed by actors Terry Jones and Alan Rickman. For 6 years, he has held the position as Chief Operating Officer at The Karen Blixen Museum, Denmark, while developing his activities as a consultant and trustee to museums, the art scene, artists, musicians and other entities,organisations and institutions within the cultural sector. He holds a master in Musicology with a focus on Creative Industries, and a Minor in Law and Sociology from the University of Copenhagen. Currently he chairs the Association of Centre of Colonial History, Copenhagen and works as fundraiser and project developer at CAMP, Centre for Art on Migration Politics.
Shasyaa Harsh - Board Member
Shasyaa is an art enthusiast with 2 years of experience as a game artist in the game industry. She has worked as a UI artist, 3D generalist, voice and stage actor. Shasyaa worked on two RTS titles at Bluegiant Interactive Technologies in Hyderabad India, as a UI artist creating various UI elements including menus, buttons, avatars, icons and HUD. As a generalist she was created models/texturing of 3D environment assets and vehicle art. She was a lead voice for the lead female protagonist in APOX. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pyschology and mass communications from University of Lucknow, India, and advanced diploma in 3D and a certificate in sketching.
Alice Knuth - Vice Chairman
Alice is an artist and a designer. She worked as a designer at Countess K in London and Zimbabwe specialised in women's wear clothing, which included creating an idea and producing a design sketch, developing a product to suit the clients need. Making patterns and deciding on the technical specifications for the individual designs. She also worked as a costume designer for The Escape Film in Zimbabwe where she was incharge of designing, acquiring outfits for the actors and extras. Alice has also experience working as an administration officer for the Home Office (London), as a money exchange agent (Copenhagen) and a front house manager (Zimbabwe).
Zach Khadudu - Secretary
Zach spent his gap year teaching English, history and civics to children in the slums of Nairobi. He studied liberal arts and journalism at United States International University (Nairobi) and Danish School of Journalism (Århus). His first love is radio and TV, and he has produced/co-produced for Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, Kenya Television Network, NTV and Deusche Welle (Bonn). Zach is passionate about social justice. He is also trained locally and internationally in Human Rights, Peace & Conflict Resolution. Activism and lobbying come naturally to Zach, and he has been vital in campaigning for refugees’ rights in Denmark, against hate speech in the Council of Europe(CoE) and minority rights in Kenya.
Hind Charafi - Accountant / Treasurer
Hind is an MAA architect by profession, with an architectural and urban planning background and experience. Her understanding of arts and aesthetics, along with her management skills, help ACT run smoothly. Hind’s encounter with theater happened in her teenage years when she performed in few plays. She's been involved with associative work and volunteering locally and internationally since then. She's a driven and passionate person who enjoys contributing to making the world a better place and making a difference through creative work, as well as continuing to enrich her world by pushing boundaries and stepping out of her comfort zone.
Kevin Yuven - Board Member
Kevin is from Cameroon, where he grew up in a large family. His mother was a dancer who later on became a BBC journalist and his father, a musician. He attended a bilingual Catholic primary school and a Roman Catholic boarding secondary school. Throughout this period of his life, Kevin participated in many talent shows, public performances and school plays. He moved to Denmark in 2003, where he received an IB education. Since moving to Denmark, Kevin has performed in a number of productions and cabarets around Denmark. He also owns an entertainment consulting company called Kaffé Kaffé Entertainment, which works in promoting, booking and organizing different events around Denmark and abroad.
Pernille Isadore - Vice Secretary