I am a Silver Arts Award Certificated and experienced arts producer, facilitator, multidisciplinary artist and writer, who specialises in working with people of all ages and backgrounds. My strong organisational skills, flexible approach to work and creativity makes me a strong and passionate candidate for embracing different types of tasks and responsibilities of tasks and responsibilities.
Writer for the Liberoamérica Magazine
I am working with the programming team and the outreach team at Rich Mix. Part of my tasks is to assist with the programming and production of events, and also to get involved in activities that have relation with the community services that Rich Mix provides, in order to develop and promote a better city for them.
I am in charge of the web page contents and ocasional books the school of photographers publish.
I was asked to greet the audience and guide them into the screening room. I was also asked to do interviews to the filmmakers during the night and be part of the selection of the winner film of the event, which is now published in their web page
Main actress and original idea of the short film "The ideal women".
In charge of the Front House of Casa Tinta cultural venue. My duties where: cashier, bookseller, organizing events and spaces and from time to time curatorial tasks
Main actress of the Theatre play call "Obseción" and also writer of some parts of the play.
Radio Teacher, in charge of developing speaking and writing skills in english in a creative way. I worked with students since kindergarden to eleventh grade, covering all groups and ages. Social Studies teacher in primary school. English teacher of English level 4 class.
Radio Teacher, in charge of developing speaking and writing skills in english in a creative way. I worked with students since kindergarden to eleventh grade, covering all groups and ages. English teacher in primary school. English teacher of English level 5 class.
During Part 1 (Nov '17 – Feb '18) participants will learn the ins and outs of how an arts venue works, how to programme events and curate an artistic programme, how to produce events, how to promote events online, how to reach new audiences and to connect with schools and community organisations, and how to make it all work financially! Part 1 incorporates elements of Silver Arts Awards and culminates in participants putting on an event at Rich Mix. Then, during Part 2 (Feb – Oct '18) there will be an opportunity for five participants to complete their Silver Arts Award and receive a work placement at Rich Mix. The placement will include gaining hands on experience in supporting programming, production and promotion of our annual TAKEOVER festival - an arts festival for 16s – 25s - as well as an opportunity to shadow our staff and to contribute to creative work that we do.
Part of Salsa Society and reviewer of the Rebel Children's Literature award