Marina Andreykina

Adviser to the Artistic Director

​Candidate of Economic Sciences.
Graduated from the Department of International Economic Relations of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Performing Arts Management at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (RATI/GITIS). She defended her PhD thesis at the State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK).
Specialist in Copyright and Related Rights.
Associate Professor of Production Management and Performing Arts at GITIS from 2006 to 2010. She is the Dean of the directing department at GITIS. Taught in the production department of GITIS from 1996. Her courses included: "Copyright," "History of Socio Economic Reforms in Russia," "Macroeconomics," "Fundamentals of Economics in the Field of Culture and Art," "Fundamentals of Law in the Sphere of Economics and the Arts," "History of Economic Thought," "Introduction to Economic Theory," "Jurisprudence in the Field of Culture and Art."
Has extensive experience teaching retraining and further training in the field of culture in many universities and organizations.
Has repeatedly participated in international projects as a guest lecturer and expert on the topics of copyright and related rights.
Since 2002 he has been active in scholarly and practical work. She is a constant participant in Russian and international seminars, conferences and round tables on on questions of copyright and related rights,as well as of theatre management. Actively cooperates with the Directors Guild of Russia, the Union of Theater Workers, and the Union of Concert Organizations of Russia. Frequently participates in working and expert groups established under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture for supporting young directors, developing the theatrical business in Russia, as well as on matters of copyright law.
From 1995 to 2000 she was the Chief Youth Financial Officer of the ARTPROFI production center at GITIS.
Has produced numerous theatre productions, concert tours and festivals. From 1994 to 1996 she studied under Boris Yukhananov at MIR-3.