Dr Themis Veleni is an art historian and musician. In 2014 she published her PhD thesis on multimodal experimentations in the arts, after receiving an excellence award from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). Dr Veleni has been a visiting assistant professor at College of Arts and Letters/Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ), teaching topics in Arts and Technology and Art History/Theory/Practice from 2013 to 2015. She has also been a visiting lecturer at the School of Fine Arts, University of Granada (MFAs of Drawing and Art Education) since 2012, teaching courses at the intersection of Music and Visual Arts. She has been the curator of various international contemporary art exhibitions and the coordinator of two major programs on Arts/Humanities (2010-2011) and Film Studies (2008-2010) supported by the European Commission. She holds a diploma in piano and music theory and she has participated as a leading performer in numerous music projects in Greece and abroad. She has published several conference papers, scientific journals, articles, exhibition catalogs and monographs, and has given lectures in many institutions worldwide. Her research and teaching interests include Art and Technology, Museum Education, Art Education, Applied Improvisation, and Visual Arts and Music.