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PANELISTS

NALAC NATIONAL CONFERENCE. SEIZING THE MOMENT NOW Series Selection. He was the recipient of a 2005 New York State Fellowship in Poetry. His poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies and has been translated into French, Dutch, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Catalan.

She teaches Art History at The University of the Arts and Rutgers U., and Cultural Anthropology at Drexel U.

Artist

Susana Amundaraín Artist

Abel López GALA Hispanic Theatre Associate Producing Director

Abel López, Associate Producing Director of GALA Hispanic Theatre, has directed productions that appeared at GALA, Horizons Theatre, the Kennedy Center and theatres around the country and abroad. He is president of the Board of Governors of the Helen Hayes Awards, Vice Chair of Americans for the Arts, and past chair of Theater Communications Group, among many organizations.

Anabelle Rodriguez Chief Curator of the 2012 Diálogo 365

Anabelle is a Future Faculty Fellow in Visual Anthropology, and an M.A., ABD at Temple University. She will defend a Ph.D. thesis on the international circulation, reception, and recognition of Puerto Rican contemporary art as an ethnographic study in the anthropology of visual communication. 29 NALAC MAGAZINE-template-bio actualizadas-correcion #3.indd 31

Carlos Nuñez

Susana Amundaraín is a Venezuelanborn American artist who has exhibited internationally. Her visual language has consistently developed in a nonfigurative direction and her work overlaps different disciplines, from painting and mixed media on paper to scenic design and writing in the form of lyrics and librettos. In August 2012, she completed an artist residency at Yaddo.

Carlos Nuñez was born in Portoviejo, Ecuador. His family migrated to the United States soon thereafter. Nuñez began painting at the age of sixteen. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art where he earned a BFA in 2001. His paintings are inspired by the immigrant struggle. The artist currently resides in Philadelphia, PA with his family.

Gigi Otálvaro-Hormillosa Artist

Andreina Castillo Independent Arts Manager

Born in Venezuela, Andreina is an Independent Arts Manager and Programs Consultant with a solid trajectory in arts administration, cultural programming, curatorial practice, program management, and visual communications. Her professional background stems from world-renowned art museums, international diplomatic entities, hightech firms, and community non-profits.

Gigi Otálvaro-Hormillosa is a San Francisco-based interdisciplinary performance artist, writer, and psychogeographer. Her recently completed M.A. thesis focused on issues of memory, embodiment, and the politics of space in relation to public art and memorials in the aftermath of Argentina’s Dirty War (19761983). Visit www.devilbunny.org to view c.v. and work samples.

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2012 NALAC Conference Program Booklet  

The 2012 NALAC National Conference: Seizing the Moment NOW! was hosted in Philadelphia on October 17-21, 2012. Learn more about the National...

2012 NALAC Conference Program Booklet  

The 2012 NALAC National Conference: Seizing the Moment NOW! was hosted in Philadelphia on October 17-21, 2012. Learn more about the National...

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