Mária FERENČUHOVÁ

 

Mária FERENČUHOVÁ (1975) is a poet, a film historian and theorist, and since 2010 Vice-Dean at the Film and TV Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Profoundly marked by the city of Paris, where she studied, she translates extensively from French (Paul Virilio, Philippe Brenot, Philippe Sollers, Amélie Nothomb, Samuel Beckett, etc.).
Several collections of her poetry have appeared: Hidden Subtitles (2003), and The Uncertainty Principle (2008). A third, Endangered Species was published in 2012.
Her poetry appeared in numerous international publications. Her poems were translated into French, English, and Czech.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Spain Arts and Culture - Cultural and Scientific Service of the Embassy of Spain in Belgium
  • Embassy of Sweden
  • Vlaams-Nederlands Huis deBuren
  • Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the EU
  • Commission européenne
  • Leeuwarden Europan Capital of Culture 2018
  • Danish Cultural Institute
  • Czech Centre Brussels
  • Lithuanian Culture Institute
  • Embassy of Ireland
  • Istituto Italiano di Cultura
  • Embassy of the Republic of Estonia in Belgium
  • Hungarian Cultural Institute Brussels
  • Network to Promote Linguistic Diversity
  • Romanian Cultural Institute in Brussels
  • Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the European Union
  • Permanent Representation of the Republic of Estonia to the European Union
  • Orfeu - Livraria Portuguesa
  • Mission of the Faroes to the EU
  • Polish Institute - Cultural Service of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Brussels
  • Camões Instituto de Cooperação e Língua Portugal
  • LUCA School of Arts
  • It Skriuwersboun
  • Embassy of Andorra
  • Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union
  • MuntPunt
  • Ambassade du Luxembourg à Bruxelles
  • LOFT 58
  • Etxepare Euskal Institutua
  • Embassy of the Republic of Latvia to the Kingdom of Belgium
  • Greenland Representation to the European Union
  • Scottish Government EU Office
  • Ville de Bruxelles
  • Swedish Institute
  • Austrian Cultural Forum
  • Greenlandic Writers Association
  • Instituto Cervantes Brussels
  • Yunus Emre Institute