our team

The core of the PEEK&POKE team consists of people who take care of the museum on a daily basis. In addition to the co-founders, there are many who have joined along the way and remain part of the team to this day. They are writers, designers, developers, administrators - or simply good hosts and digital age enthusiasts. Whoever welcomes you as a curator, you will not be disappointed! :)

Proactive creative mind and initiator, stubborn icebreaker, co-founder and museum manager from day one to the present day. The soul and body of the museum and probably the one who will offer you brandy before visiting the museum.
Svetozar Nilović - Tozo
Co-founder and right-hand man of the museum manager, experienced curator and an old computer enthusiast. A multimedia professional in charge of the museum's digital content production and public relations. Davor is also an executive editor of Jabučnjak - the largest Apple user community in the region.
Davor Pasarić
An erudite, fluent guide and kind curator. He always knows the wider story, and with him you will learn a lot of interesting things about our city. Computers have never been just hardware and software, there has always been brainware too, so don't be surprised if you wander into philosophical waters.
Josip Knežević - Joke
Museum associate and hostess. Experienced multilingual professional in the tourism business. Tozo's support, without her the museum would have been closed long ago.
Melita Nilović
Computer guru. Multimedia professional. From MSX, through ZX Spectrum, Amstrad and PC to Amiga 4000 and Macintosh. One of the co-founders of the museum and secretary of the DIR (Association of Gifted Computer Workers of Rijeka). Now working on "big data crunching" in cooperation with the Department of Informatics at the University of Rijeka.
Goran Paulin
Enthusiast of digital and web publishing, content marketing and application of new technologies in culture. Retro and "geek" phenomena researcher, collector of old magazines, fan of educational topics, social networks and video games. Author of the application and e-book Geeks Behind the Iron Curtain and author of the book How to Read a City Through Bytes and Pixels.
Kristian Benić - Kile
Grew up on Commodore 64, Amiga and Macintosh. Endowed with a wide field of interest and prone to hasty experiments. One of the co-founders of the Calculus association that started PEEK&POKE. He loves everything that is different, a fan of alternative operating systems and exotic hardware. He is diagnosed with a tendency to "bizarre behavior". The good spirit of the museum that currently works in Kuwait.
Tomislav Ribičić - Riba
The Linux guy. Japanese culture enthusiast. Nintendo lover. Graduated from the Natural Sciences and Graphics Art School in Rijeka. Experienced multimedia professional. Head of the PEEK&POKE web development team.
Dorian Brnčić
A member of PEEK&POKE's web team. Recent Digital Media&Information Studies and Philosophy graduate from the University of Glasgow. Can make things look pretty (funky), but also make you question your existence.
Katja Andrić
Researches, creates, and markets informational YouTube videos regarding classic computers available for viewing and testing at the museum. Developed a functional 3D printed model of Apollo Guidance Computer for the “Journey to the Moon” exhibit. Our curator and digital media producer with a Master's degree in European Heritage, Digital Media, and the Information Society.
Marcy Smith
volunteers & friends

Over the years, many good-hearted people have gone through PEEK&POKE. Each of them helped and left their contribution. What they all have in common is that they have recognised the desire to educate, to bring the world of computers and STEM closer to students and the public. Learn, leave a mark and do something useful for society, volunteer!

Željko Bašković Roberto Cappai Radoslav Dejanović Hrvoje Dogan Dario Džimbeg Vana Gović Andro Ivić Harold Matašić Zita Pronj Albert Sirotich Aleksandar Stančin Elina Stepina Jusuf Šehović - Jupi Ivan Širić Tomislav Talan
museums & institutions

Over the years we’ve worked with many museums and institutions from around the country and the world. Here are some of them:

American Corner Vukovar, Vukovar Croatian Museum of School, Zagreb Embassy of Denmark, Zagreb Embassy of Hungary, Zagreb Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Zagreb Embassy of the Russian Federation, Zagreb Embassy of the United States of America, Zagreb Historical and Maritime Museum of Istria, Pula Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism, Budapest Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Coast, Rijeka Musée Bolo, Lausanne Museum of Koprivnica, Koprivnica Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka Technical Museum Nikola Tesla, Zagreb The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland The National Museum of Contemporary History, Ljubljana