Ute Marxreiter has worked in art education since 2002. She took on the concept and project management of the project PINK for the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich (award-winning in 2007 and 2011), and co-developed the art education programs for children and young adults at the documenta12 in 2007, followed by teaching posts at the Fachhochschule Munich; she was head of visitor services and art education at the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen from 2009 and 2011, and developed the educational concept for the exhibition "tanz!" in the Hygiene Museum Dresden (2012-2014). Since 2014 she has been curator of education at the Ethnologisches Museum and Museum für Asiatische Kunst with an emphasis on the development of junior areas for the Humboldt-Forum.
Charlotte Kaiser has worked as scenographer and media designer for 15 years, and founded the design company "IT’S ABOUT exhibition." She designs narrative communication spaces and explores the possibilities offered by the use of new media in promoting sustained participation in exhibitions. Charlotte Kaiser has designed projects in large institutions like the Hygiene Museum Dresden and the Deutsche Museum Munich as well as in smaller cultural facilities like the Kreuzbergmuseum and sophiensaelen. She teaches regularly at the Universität der Künste Berlin, as well as at other institutions.
Paul Beaury is an exhibition designer and one of four partners in museeon Berlin. Together with museeon he has been designing exhibitions, innovative participatory spaces and developing educational formats since 2009.
Cassandra Ellerbe-Dück has worked on several EU research projects and held a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Southampton, in the United Kingdom. She worked as a CSR & Diversity Manager at m:con-mannheim:congress, was a fellow at the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies and is a member of the DFG research project Black Diaspora & Germany Scholars Network. In addition, she was a mentor for the specialist forum titled "Anti-racist Empowerment & Anti-racist Education in the Post-migrant Society" at the "Bundesfachkongress- Interkultur 2014." Cassandra is currently a board member of Eine Welt der Vielfalt e.V. Berlin.
Indra Lopez Velasco’s research focus includes environmental migration, perceptions of climate and environmental change as well as migration studies. During her period of study she undertook internships at the Musée du Louvre, Paris, and at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich. She is currently research assistant at the South Seas and Australia department and works for the Humboldt-Forum in the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin.