Jovanka Popova (b.1980, Skopje, Macedonia) is an art historian and curator. She is postgraduate student at the Institute of History of Art and Archaeology, St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje. She has two years teaching experience as a younger assistant at the same institute. She has organized and co-curated number of contemporary art exhibitions and curatorial projects in Skopje (“Alarm Container”, “Skopje Urban Stories: City Lab Project”, “Alarm 2:1”, performative event “5 minutes of independence”, curatorial project “Skopje: The Ultimate Stories of Personal Memories 1960-2000 vol.1”, discursive event “Woman and a Half”, AKTO 8 Festival for Contemporary Arts: “Lectures in Nature and Society”, curatorial project “Art and Dictatorship”, “Living Libraries, Archives of Civil Disobediance”), and collaborated in several international curatorial and educational research projects (“DVD Project”- international video art project, “Deschooling classroom”, organized by TkH, Belgrade and Kontrapunkt, Skopje). She has also participated and held lectures in several international conferences and workshops (International workshop – “Reading the City: Urban Space and Memory”, Skopje and Berlin; “In Between Science and Fiction: Possible City Project”, International Symposium on Visual Culture, Mobility and Fantasy in Visual Culture, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul; “Graffiti Language”, International Conference (CIHA Colloquium), Aesthetics and Techniques of Lines between Drawing and Writing, Kunsthistorisches Institute in Florenz; Ecologies of the Visual-3td Visual Culture in Europe Meeting, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim). Currently, she is a part of press to exit project space team in Skopje.