Born in Vilnius on December 22, 1970

From 2009, directress of the Church Heritage Museum
From 2009, membership in the Lithuanian Artists’ Association
From 2005, membership in the Lithuanian Art Historians’ Society
From 2003, lecturer at the Centre for Religious Studies and Research
2001-2009, art critic at the Vilnius Archdiocese
2002-2005, doctorate studies at the Vilnius Academy of Arts
1997-2000, studies of church heritage at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
1990-1996, painting studies at the Vilnius Academy of Arts
1980-1985, studies at Justinas Vienožinskis Art School for Children

Internships, studies, awards

2017 state grant for a creator of culture and art
2015 medal of the Order For Merits to Lithuania
2013 state grant for a creator of culture and art
2009-2011 academic internship in the EU SF project Postdoctoral Fellowship Implementation in Lithuania
February-March, 2009 creative internship at the studio of the Vilnius Academy of Arts Cité Internationale des Arts. A state educational grant
January-March, 2008, academic internship at the Fondation maison des sciences de l᾿homme, Paris. Andrew W. Mellon fellowship

Ms. Maslauskaitė is engaged in scientific activity; she published the monograph The History of the Image of Saint Casimir in the 16th–18th Centuries, Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2010; and Dzieje wizerunku św. Kazimierza od XVI do XVIII wieku. Między ikonografią a tekstem, z języka litewskiego przełożyła Katarzyna Korzeniewska, Vilnius: Publishing House of the Vilnius Art Academy, 2013.