Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ultimos Talleres, Last workshops

These are the last workshops we have had in Quito Ecuador with the great program Arteducarte. One of the schools is a girls only school and the other one is co-ed.
Great experiences.

1st Project "Toctes" by Paula Barragan

Paula Barragan is a great collector of nick-knacks, she embarked upon a wonderful project of collecting seeds and seeing how they were constructed, from then she recreated a series of prints. The children in the second all girl school we facilitated the workshop at, were delighted to choose from different seeds to create their own collagraphy. Here are some of the prints

2nd Project: Sara Roitman, from the Museum in a Box projects "Suitcase" which invites children to think about their own travels here and there and the memories they carry within.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Taller en Puerto El Morro

El Museo en una Caja fue socializado en la escuela de la comuna Puerto El Morro en el Guayas con un grupo de niños y con las docentes de la escuela.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

At Center for Art and Public Life

Museo en una Caja / Museum in a Box

Exhibition and Artist Talk with Ana Fernandez

September 7–30, 2009
Center for Art and Public Life, Oakland campus
5275 Broadway

On display September 7 - September 30
in the Center for Art and Public Life Office Gallery
Gallery hours 10am - 4:30pm Mon. - Fri.

Artist Talk with Ana Fernandez

3:15 - 4pm, Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ana will present her project "Museo en una Caja / Museum in a Box" an arts education tool developed to bring contemporary Ecuadorian art to rural communities. Ana conducts art workshops in rural Ecuadorian communities and urban under-served populations. She designed the Museum in a Box so it can be easily transported, seen, touched, passed down to other people, and serve as an inspiration to create art.

The first 20 K-12 teachers who attend the artist talk will receive a free "Museum in a Box" to use in their own classrooms.

About the Artist

Ana Fernandez was born in 1963 and raised in Quito, Ecuador. She graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute with a BFA in Painting and received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from California College of the Arts. She explores the intersection between the real and the fantastic through drawing, painting, writing and random street actions. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krassner Foundation Award, and was an Artist in Residence at Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale New York. She received a grant to develop and Art Program in Yunguilla Ecuador through Center for Art and Public life. Ana is current Drawing and Painting faculty at the School of Fine Arts Central University Quito, also develops a program to bring Contemporary Ecuadorian Art to rural communities through the Central Bank’s Cultural Department. Her work has been shown throughout Latin America, Spain, San Francisco and New York, and is in many collections in those countries. She represents Ecuador in the Cuenca Biennial.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

"El sibarita no toma ginseg, come dulcamara" Wilson Paccha

"Toctes" Paula Barragan

"La torera" Valeria Andrade

"Embedded" Maria Rosa Jijon

"Preocesion" Ana Fernandez

"Te deseo el doble de lo que tu me deseas" Miguel Alvear

"La virgen de los Peluches" Patricio Ponce

"Centro" Patricio Palomeque

"Biancheria" Paulina Leon
"Perro" de Pablo Gamboa

"Tiwintza mon amour" Manuela Ribadeneira

De la serie Cosiendo cocinando de María Salazar
"Libreta telefónica" de Janneth Méndez

"Con esa señorita me caso yo" de Dayana Rivera

"Cobertor" de la serie Prueba tu suerte de Juana Cordova

Sunday, June 28, 2009