Bridging Art and Architecture: A Conversation with Visual Artist Carolina Otero
December 17, 2020
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Bridging Art and Architecture: A Conversation with visual artist Carolina Otero
Thursday, December 17, 6pm
Join us for a virtual studio visit and conversation between visual artist Carolina Otero and curator Rosa Ana Orlando. They will discuss the artist’s creative process, inspirations, line of investigation, and the impact of architecture in Otero’s work.
Carolina Otero is a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City. She has developed her artistic career in different cultural surroundings such as the U.S., Norway, France, and her native country, Venezuela. Her work includes painting, drawing, collages, mixed media, printmaking and photography. In addition to her studio practice, she has taught art educators, high school and art school students. Her involvement in Education and Human Development has given her a deep understanding of human perceptions, learning processes and the use of expressive means. She has had both solo and group exhibitions in Venezuela, Norway, France and the United States of America.
Rosa Ana Orlando is a museum specialist with extensive knowledge of art history. She has more than 10 years of experience in art collection management, as well as a strong background in exhibition planning and design. She has taught art appreciation at college level and has been a docent at a variety of institutions including art, history, and children’s museums. Rosa Ana is an engineer with a Master of Liberal Arts, and a Master of Arts in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University. As an independent art curator and consultant, Rosa Ana has led several curatorial projects, a variety of art education programs, and mentoring. Her attention to detail, enthusiasm, and passion about the transformative power of art are reflected in all of her projects. Rosa Ana was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela and has lived in the United States since 2003.