Finance & Production manager
Maud Carlier splits her time between the Theatre de Liège (production assistant) and the Centre Culturel Bruegel in Brussels (financial manager of the "Perpetuum Mobile" dance festival).
After completing a research degree in anthropology, coupled with studies at the Centre For Theatrical Studies at the Université Catholique de Louvain, Maud commuted between Paris and Brussels. She worked as political and cultural editor for Laurent Ruquier's talk show "On n'est pas couché" at France2 and as a regular literary columnist for Thierry Bellefroid's broadcast "Livrés à domicile" - RTBF. Moreover, whilst completing a research stay at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Maud worked on assessing the societal and human impacts of the "intermittence du spectacle", a status attributed to artists in France.