Demetra Kallitsi (born 1989, Nicosia, Cyprus) is a conceptual artist, working in the mediums of performance art, textiles/embroidery and poetry/creative writing. She completed an MA in Fine Arts at The University of Brighton, UK, 2013 and a BA in Visual Arts at the University of Salford, Manchester, UK, 2012. Kallitsi has presented her artwork in solo and collaborative art performances, art exhibitions and theatre plays; and has participated in short films and artist residencies in Cyprus, Germany, Malta, Italy and the United Kingdom. Her poetry work has been featured in literary journals (Nicosia, Athens and Zurich), music vocals and art publications (Berlin).
In 2016, Kallitsi, in collaboration with Jacqueline van De Geere, co-founded The Blind Date (platform for artistic collaborations in performance art in Germany, Canada and Cyprus). In 2017, she served as the Financial Manager for PRWeile Studio, Berlin, Germany, in 2014-2016 as the Cultural Officer at ARTos Cultural & Research Foundation, Nicosia, Cyprus and in the year 2013 as the Museum Coordinator for the Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum, Nicosia, Cyprus. Kallitsi is currently a contributor for the international art collective Broke Epoque, the Performance Art, Dance & Theatre Coordinator for Xarkis Festival and Artists Residency, and a Board Member of the cultural organisation Xarkis, Nicosia, Cyprus.