Şeyda Çetin, is Gallery Curator at ANAMED, Istanbul. Before joining ANAMED, she managed communication and audience engagement plans for leading cultural institutions in Istanbul, including SALT and Sakıp Sabancı Museum. She held the position of 2012 Annual Conference Coordinator of CIMAM (International Committee of ICOM for Museums and Collections of Modern Art.) In 2014, she participated in International Training Programme of the British Museum. She was based in the Department of Greece and Rome and her partner placement was spent at Birmingham Museums Trust. She received the "Most Successful Koç Employee Award" with her recent exhibition project "The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük," which was opened at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS in London after it's period was extended twice at the ANAMED Gallery in Istanbul. She is the creative producer of the award-winning digital installation by Refik Anadol which is commissioned as part of "The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük" exhibition. She has over ten years of experience in the cultural field and has co-ordinated 15 exhibition projects including “Scent and the City”, “John Garstang’s Footsteps Across Anatolia”, “Propaganda and War”, “Robertson, Photographer and Engraver in the Ottoman Capital” and “Camera Ottomana”. In her exhibition development practice, she is interested in applying interactive and digital display methods in thematic exhibitions. She holds an MA in Cultural Management from Univercitat International de Catalunya.