Anna Katalin born 1987 in Hungary started her dance education for three years with the Budapest Dance Theater company under the guidance of Razza Hammadi, Bela Földi and Joseph Tmim. After finishing her Bachelor in Modern Dance at the Hungarian University of Dance, she continued her education at SEAD, Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, where she has worked with choreographers such as Milla Koinstinnen, Roberto Olivan, Victoria P. Miranda and Bostjan Antoncic. After graduating from SEAD, she moved to Berlin and became an active member of the NGO Dancers without Borders, working in various art projects with strong social-political and educational engagement. These experiences made her realise her own artistic potential and responsibilities. She brought her focus to offering access to the basic human rights of health and happiness through movement, to empower human connections, to resist all forms of oppression, to create space for integration and the discussion of the philosophical questions of freedom through dance and art. She has worked with various artists whose work aligns with the above mentioned ideologies, such as Be van Vark, Constanza Macras, Sven Seeger, Nevin Aladag and Ricardo de Paula. Since 2018, after graduating from the University of Arts, Berlin with a Masters in Choreography, Anna has continued to collaborate with artists sharing similar interests, both nationally and internationally.