Bojan Mucko graduated in philosophy, ethnology and cultural anthropology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and in animated film and new media from the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts. He also completed the School of Documentary Film RESTART in 2015. Mucko is interested in anthropology and socially engaged contemporary art. As a solo multimedia artist, he has shown his work in various group exhibitions in Croatia and abroad. Mucko is part of the European art platform Corners of Europe, which focuses on interdisciplinary work with marginalized local communities (organized by the Centre for Independent Culture and Youth, POGON). From 2014 to 2019, he worked as a journalist and external associate of television shows Znanstveni krugovi (HRT1), Transfer (HRT3), PRIZMA – multinacionalni magazin (HRT1), 2020 za Rijeku (HRT3). He is the author and editor of more than thirty TV features on the topic of science, art and minorities. From 2011 to 2019, Mucko was a film selector and discussion moderator at the international ethnographic film festival ETNOFILm. From 2017 to 2019, he managed the project Marginality / Point of Communication, which included civic empowerment workshops for the residents of ghettoized Roma settlements in Zagreb (Gallery GMK).
As a guest lecturer of the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology in Zadar, in 2019 Mucko was teaching Visual Culture (course held by Senka Božić-Vrbančić). Mucko is currently a postgraduate student of ethnology and anthropology at the University of Zadar (with Marijana Hameršak as his mentor). In 2020, he became an assistant at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies, working on project European Regime of Irregularized Migrations on the Periphery: From Ethnography to Glossary (ERIM), which is financed by the Croatian Science Foundation.