Polyna was born in Cardiff (Wales) and grew up mostly in Athens (Greece). She is a conservator of Antiquities and Works of Art and has an MA in Cultural Informatics and Communication, with specialization in Museum Studies. Also, she is the co-founder of the st.a.co. (street art conservators) team; a volunteer group aiming for the preservation, documentation and conservation of street art, graffiti and public murals in Athens. In addition, she works as a conservator in the private sector in Greece and collaborates with the Museolab (University of the Aegean) in her research on exhibition design. Polyna uses experiences such as her 2018 START Fellowship in Berlin (Germany) to build up her skills for the management of projects and people in the sociocultural sector. She also develops a digital platform for 4-dimensional documentation of street art worldwide. Her understanding of the impact and potentials of street art for society, motivates her to promote it through public projects and educational programs based on participation and new technologies. Her motto is: “Street art is free for everyone, all the hours of the day, so let’s deal with it”.