1995-96 – Foundation Course in Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
1996-00 – PG & BA (Hons) in Fine Art, Byam Shaw School of Art, London
2003-04 – European Diploma in Cultural Project Management, Marcel Hicter Foundation, Brussels, Belgium.
Diploma thesis on „the possibilities of tax exemptions for artists in Georgia, based on comparative study of two European countries and establishing Artists in Residence in Tbilisi“.
Certificates: 2013 – Training in Project management, USAID Programme, GIPA; 2016 – Training in Negotiation Skills, L. Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Center, Georgia; 2019 – Training in Tourism Management, TBC Bank training courses, Georgia
2000-07 – Co-founder and curator at Gallery M&G, Batumi, Georgia
2000-18 – Chief Specialist, Department of International Relations, Ministry of Culture and Sport of Georgia
Involved in number of international projects lead by the Ministry (Council of Europe STAGE project on developing Cultural Policy of Georgia National Report, Council of Europe “Balloons Rouge” program for IDP children, UNESCO Culture for Development Indicators, English for Cultural Workers, Peace Corps Volunteer’s Program…).
Among them, two major international projects of the Ministry:
2013 – Project Manager of Georgian National Pavilion “Kamikadze Loggia” at International Venice Biennale
2016-18 – National Coordinator of the Council of Europe Cultural Routes Programme in Georgia
2016-18 – Screenplay translation of Oscar Nominee Film by Zaza Khalvashi “Namme”; Translation of Synopsis of Georgian Cartoons
2018 – Correspondent, Newspaper “The Messenger”
2019 – Manager at Hotel “Palma”, Chakvi, Georgia
Since 2019 – Project manager of International Biennale of Stage Design 2020, organized by Valerian Gunia Union of Young Theatre Artists
1998 – present – participant of group and solo exhibitions on national (Tbilisi, Batumi) as well as on international level (1998 – Group exhibition “Halfway to Highgate” at Lauderdale House, London, UK; 2000 – Group exhibition of Georgian artists at Gallery Anagma, Valencia, Spain; 2001 – International Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy; 2001 – Georgian Culture Days in Great Britain (Scarborough, Bristol, Edinburgh, London).