Vania Gonzalvez

Vania Gonzalvez

ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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Vania Gonzalvez

Vania Gonzalvez

ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
Projects
  • The Archive is Permanently Under Construction
    The Archive is Permanently Under Constructiona group of young creatives have come together to explore the purpose of archives and the stories they tell.
  • Barbican Young Film Programmers
    Barbican Young Film ProgrammersThe Young Film Programmers is a r programme for people aged between 16 and 25 who are deeply passionate about developing their skills in film programming alongside other young people. The group is co-led by Suzy Gillett and Creative Learning. Participants receive mentoring and guidance from Curators and Film Festival leaders, developing their programming and producing skills, moving on to collectively programme, market and deliver Chronic Youth film events online and at the Barbican Cinema.
  • Subject to Change: New Horizons
    Subject to Change: New HorizonsA multidisciplinary group of young creatives produce new, artistic work that explores the uncertain times we're living in. Beginning in July 2020, 15 artists were commissioned by Creative Learning to respond to the uncertain events throughout 2020-21. The artists were a multidisciplinary group of young creatives, past and present, from Young Poets, Young Film Programmers, Young Visual Arts Group, National Open Youth Orchestra and Drum Works. Each month a new piece was published online respond
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  • Africa Utopia, Southbank Centre
    Africa Utopia, Southbank CentreArticle originally published here, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017 - 16:59 Prepare to be transported to another continent as Africa Utopia takes over Southbank Centre. Our Senior Curator of Contemporary Culture, Hannah Azieb Pool, introduces you to this year’s festival, which takes place at Southbank Centre on 15-16 July. Welcome to this year’s Africa Utopia festival. Now in it’s fifth year, we are delighted to bring the very best contemporary African and diaspora performance, dance, literature, music
  • WoW Southbank 2017
    WoW Southbank 2017WOW – Women of the World festival celebrates women and girls, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential.  Around the world, individuals and communities are insisting on the simple proposition that women must have equal rights and asking the question: 'Why is gender equality taking so long to achieve?' Southbank Centre's WOW - Women of the World festival is a global network of festivals which provides a platform for investigating this question. WOW 2017 speakers inc
Education
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    MFA PhotographyUniversity of the Creative Arts, Farnham
     - Farnham, United Kingdom
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    MA Anthropology Development & RightsGoldsmiths, University of London
     - London, United Kingdom