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Graduate in Fine Arts
University of Salamanca. 2009
‘Fundación Antonio Gala’ Sholarship for Young Creators 2009/2010
Discipline: Audiovisual Installation
“Art, Politics and Society// Perception and Aesthetic Experience// Event and Subjectivity”
Director of the workshop and curator of the exhibition Depicting Juba. Centre Culturel Français Juba
Contributors: Spanish embassy in Sudan,, AECID, Ministry of Culture and Heritage of South Sudan, University of Juba and Centre Culturel Français Juba. June 2011
‘Young art today will be the ancient art of the future’
Teacher of the workshop, curator and artist.
Exhibition: National Museum of Sudan.
Contributors: Spanish embassy in Sudan, AECID (Spanish Agency for International Cooperation) International, National Museum of Sudan, Sudan University of science and technology. Khartoum. 2009.
Director: Platform for the study of the relationships between the subject and his environment. Scenic staging first released in the experimental program during ‘International Festival of Arts in Castilla y León’ Salamanca, Spain, 2009.
Contributors: Medialab-Padro, USAL (University of Salamanca) and ‘La Máscara Teatro’ (Theater group) of UPSA (Pontifical University of Salamanca).
Scholarship on Video Production. ‘International Festival of Arts in Castilla y León’ Salamanca (Spain), 2009.
International exchange scholarship. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Santiago de Chile, Chile, 2007.
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