Andrea Rogolino (Italy, 1994) is a content creator, strategist, PR and producer in the cultural field.
Andrea Rogolino moved to Amsterdam to complete his MSc in Economics and Management in International Creative Industries between UvA and Bocconi Business School (Milan). After producing national events in Italy, such as Milan Film Festival and Santarcangelo Festival, he started working at Veem House for Performance in Amsterdam, a theatre and dance production house intertwined with the cross-national debate on arts and politics. He started experimenting with new narratives and an alternative mode of storytelling through the local sector until reaching out to international professionals, public, and networks. On the same line, he started collaborating with DAS Graduate School – Amsterdam Academy of the Arts, supporting international public programs and post-graduates in theatre and dance. He kept collaborating with theatre companies such as Wild Vlees and Motus, single artists like Nicoline Harskamp and Samira Elagoz, Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale – Theatre (2022), and he is part of the Antidote Movement collective. He is interested in the political role of art institutions in the most recent issues, discourses, and debates on an European policy level. Moreover, how fiction can be a powerful tool to re-think the role of art institutions playing with social imaginaries.