Keiu Telve has been active in the museum field of the Estonian since 2012. She has previously worked in Tartu City Museum as curator of education programs. Keiu has led the 3-year-long community project Over the River, she is one of the authors of a dictionary for museum education and initiated the nationally recognised school-project Museum in a Suitcase. Her last and most prominent project was the travelling exhibition in North-America “Masters of Our Own Homes: Estonia 100”. Keiu Telve is finishing her PhD thesis "Family Life across the Gulf: Cross-Border Commuters’ Transnational Families between Estonia and Finland" at the Department of Ethnology at the University of Tartu and she is also a co-founder of the Center for Applied Anthropology of Estonia. Starting from 2019 she is the Executive Director of Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom.
At NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019, Keiu Telve will join “Panel 2 - SDG 16: Peace, Justice, Strong Institutions” together with Višnja Kisi?, University of Belgrade, and Maria Vlachou, Acesso Cultura, on Friday 8 November.